Premier hotel located on Scotlands east coast
Accommodating leisure and business visitors alike, the Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen features a number of luxury touches as well as convenient access to the vibrant East Scottish city.
Within walking distance of Aberdeens quiet West End, this 4-star property is at the heart of Scotlands third largest city with its fascinating attraction in and around the town centre.
The hotel consists of 89 guestrooms all of which include en-suite bathroom facilities. Other in-room amenities include television with satellite channels, pay-per-view movies, broadband internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, and a wake-up service. Rooms are separated into standard and club rooms (complete with complimentary drinks and snacks), and certain rooms are accessible for those with mobility problems.
Macs Bar, a warm and friendly bar, serves the hotel and is perfect for those looking to relax before or after a hectic jaunt around the city. Similarly its a good location to meet up with friends or colleagues. The hotels restaurant, the 122 Steak and Grill Room, serves both breakfast and dinner. Its menu focuses on fresh and non-GM foods. The local speciality, Aberdeen Angus beef, is a popular choice.
As well as providing suitable lodgings for tourists, the hotel is also primed to serve those with business needs. A number of meeting rooms feature natural lighting and all the amenities needed to ensure that meetings and conferences are successful. Computing, faxing, and copying functions are all available, and wireless internet connectivity is featured throughout the building.
Those staying at the Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen for leisure will find no shortage of activities and events to take part in, or sites to visit. A number of cultural venues can be found throughout the centre. Art galleries, museums, theatres, and exhibition centres can be found. Many of Aberdeens buildings are constructed from granite, leading to its nickname the Granite City.
The city houses a number of historical religious buildings, including three cathedrals. St. Machars (Church of Scotland), St. Marys (Roman Catholic), and St. Andrews (Scottish Episcopal) all offer visitors a stunning view of varying architecture.
The downtown area also features a traditional shopping district, found on Union Street and George Street, as well as a number of indoor shopping centres. A traditional Farmers Market is situated on Belmont Street.
As well as housing 45 gardens and parks, the city is also within reach of the Grampian Mountains. Here visitors can enjoy a comfortable stroll or something a little more rigorous. The parks themselves have seen Aberdeen voted the number one city by the Royal Horticultural City on a multitude of occasions. Visitors can rest assured that trips to the likes of Victoria Park and Johnston Gardens will prove fruitfully relaxing and attractive.
The city also provides good transport links to the rest of Scotland and the UK. The railway station serves Edinburgh, Glasgow, and London. An airport links the city to domestic and foreign locations, whilst the harbour provides necessary links to the likes of the Shetland Islands. Road routes also make Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen a highly accessible city location.