Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport is perfectly situated on Argyll Road, AB21 0AF - 350 metres from Aberdeen airport and just a short distance from Dyce train station making it easily accessible whether you’re travelling by car or using public transport. The hotel is also located 7 miles from the city centre which will take you approximately 15 minutes to reach by car. If you need help in planning any activities during your trip, the City Guide can help you find something exciting to do.
The hotel has free extensive car parking exclusively for overnight hotel guests, whilst long stay car parking is available at competitive prices
Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport is a 27 minute drive from the ferry terminal. Take the A956 (Inverurie Road) for 6 miles and exit the Dyce Road roundabout onto Dyce Road to Argyll Road.
Walk for about 8 minutes (0.5 miles) from the ferry terminal to the Union Square Bus Station and take the no. 727 bus towards Aberdeen Airport. Exit at the Argyll Close stop and walk a few metres to Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport. This should take approx. 45 minutes.
Guests can simply hop on the free door-to-door shuttle bus from the terminal.
This is a complimentary service and is not available 24/7. Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport recommend that guests check the shuttle availability on arrival at the hotel to ensure it will be available/operational for travel. Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport is not responsible to supply or pay for any onward travel should this service be unavailable.
Dyce train station is just an 8 minute drive from Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport.
The 727 bus leaves from outside Aberdeen airport every few minutes and drives towards Aberdeen city centre. You will need to change bus at Manor Drive where the 37 bus will bring you the rest of the way to Dyce train station.
Aberdeen Airport terminal building is 350 metres from Leonardo Inn Hotel Aberdeen Airport
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