The Station Hotel

Hotel Information

Located in Aberdeen’s city centre, The Station Hotel lies opposite Aberdeen train station and offers rooms with free WiFi access in all areas.

This hotel boasts a bar and restaurant, as well as a 24-hour front desk and a shared lounge area. Rooms at the Hotel  are equipped with a TV and tea/coffee making facilities.

Each room has a seating area and includes a private bathroom fitted with a shower and a hairdryer.

Breakfast is served every morning in the hotel’s dining room and regional cuisine is available for lunch and dinner in the on-site restaurant.

Guests can also get refreshments in the bar throughout the day and enjoy a drink in the lounge.

A 19th-century Aberdeen Art Gallery is located 400 metres from the property and the Music Hall Aberdeen is a 5-minute walk away.

You can play golf at the Nigg Bay Golf Club, which is situated 1.5 km from The Station Hotel. Macduff Marine Aquarium is 47 km away.

Guests Reviews

Perfect location for touring Aberdeen, close to the shopping centre, bus station and the train station. Excellent value for money for bed & breakfast. Great choice of food for breakfast. Car parking available. Will return again to the hotel when back in Aberdeen. Highly recommend this hotel,

Great location, extrordinary breakfast, nice old building and awesome housekeeping approach. Each day we left a DND sign on the door and each day we found a bag with toiletries, towels & stuff in front of it.

We came to stay for Elton John. The hotel is gorgeous. So central to everything right across from the shopping centre. The room was lovely and spacious and the the en suite came with a bath which was lovely. The bed was amazingly comfortable. In fact best night sleep I had for a long time – and i’m pregnant so that’s saying a lot! Thanks for a fab stay at a really low cost

 I have given top marks for all of the categories hence there is little more one can add. It’s just a lovely old sprawling building with wide corridors and high ceilings hi built in the days when buildings were not so constrained due to land and construction costs.Difficult to upkeep I expect so this probably explains comments I heard from some about some rooms in need of a spruce up. My own was fine though.