Serviced Apartments Aberdeen

Aberdeen is often considered Scotland's third city behind Edinburgh and Glasgow, and as such it exudes the vibrant and dynamic atmosphere associated with cities north of the border. A port town on the east coast, it is overlooked by rolling green hills on one side, with open beaches on the other. The city's unique architecture gives it the nickname of 'the granite city, due to the white granite stones used in much of the construction and its gothic spires contrast with the surrounding countryside.

Steeped in history, Aberdeen features a large concentration of heritage sites, castles and areas of natural beauty making Aberdeen equally appealing to history and nature lovers alike. The diverse landscape is reflected in Aberdeen's equally population, which means visitors can enjoy a host of cultural activities on offer, including  cuisine from around the world and upscale cultural activities.

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Serviced apartments in Aberdeen

Accommodation in Aberdeen is generally excellent value and whether you are visiting the city for business or pleasure, it's a good idea to  invest some time in looking for something centrally located that perfectly meets your requirements.

We offer luxury serviced departments in Aberdeen that are guaranteed to perfectly complement your visit, whether you are looking for short stay apartments for a leisure trip to the city or  corporate housing for an extended stay.

Our high-end studio apartments contain everything you need to enjoy your visit and ensure that you are not left wanting when it comes to Home comforts. Featuring all the modern conveniences one may expect from A luxury apartment, including the Wi-Fi as standard fully equipped kitchens, and exquisite bathrooms. Our properties are located in prime areas and feature secure entry systems for added peace of mind.

Culture & shopping in Aberdeen

Scotland is famed for its rich cultural heritage and connections to its illustrious history and Aberdeen is no exception. The city and its surrounding areas feature around 300 castles, from ancient ruins to stately homes.

Anyone looking to visit the city to experiences cultural attractions will not be disappointed,

The various exhibitions and collections held at Gallery Heinzel, the Aberdeen gallery and the Aberdeen Treasure Hub  are sure to please the discerning art lover, whilst the multitude of heritage sites provide those with and interesting is that Scottish history and insight into how the city can have it unique architecture.

Union Square and Trinity shopping centres meet visitors' shopping needs with numerous mainstream labels and popular retail outlets. The city also has several smaller shopping streets which feature a mix of independent labels, high street favourites and weekend markets.

Getting around in Aberdeen

Aberdeen is a modern city which features of modern transport system. The city is served by domain Central Station which is excellent rail links to the rest of the country and the wider UK. Internally the city has an excellent bus network which means that visitors can get around the shopping districts and night life hotspots with great ease.

Whilst the town itself is very pedestrian friendly and features white Boulevard and walkways, Aberdeen also had an excellent traffic system which makes driving in the centre towards the centre breeze for those on business trips who may need to reach the business parks on periphery.