Aberdeen Serviced Apartments


Serviced Apartments in Aberdeen

After Glasgow and Edinburgh, Aberdeen is the third most populous city in Scotland. Home to two universities and a record breaking Britain in Bloom title 10 times, this city is one of a kind. The area of Aberdeen has been a settlement for humans for over 8,000 years, an ideal location for trade this city has a history of being plundered by forces and armies. From the plague to mass fortification of the city borders, Aberdeen has a rich and colourful history which is sure to interest many historians and culture tourists.

Why should you visit Aberdeen

Aberdeen’s expansive history means it is a hub of museums, galleries, and beautiful architecture. Dedicated to preserving the past of Aberdeen, these museums are home to some interesting Scottish artefacts and Aberdeen’s trader history. Despite the misconception that Aberdeen is a “grey city” it is actually one of the sunniest cities in Scotland. Home to 45 parks and gardens this city is all about relaxation and soaking up the Scottish sun. Marine life is abundant across the coastline of Aberdeen, so be sure to take part in a boat tour and go dolphin watching along this beautiful part of the north. Additionally, with such an international community you are surrounded by a variety of shops and exciting dishes to tantalise your taste buds.

New to Serviced Apartments?

When looking for accommodation in Aberdeen, a serviced apartment is the ideal way to spend your stay. All our accommodation is close to the shops, amenities, and eateries of this city. Offering you spacious rooms for your group along with privacy and flexibility, serviced apartments are the perfect accommodation option. Fitted with living areas and kitchens you will have more flexibility to do the things you want to do in the space of your apartment. Live like a local or explore the city, it is up to you.

Things to do in Aberdeen

From a historic prison to Duthie Park, Aberdeen really has it all. Take a relaxing stroll in a large green space or on the coastline, or head to the St. Machar’s Cathedral a site of worship since 530 AD. If you fancy a full day out then head out to the stunning Balmoral Castle and take a tour around the manicured gardens, ballroom, and the castle itself. In Aberdeen you will never be short of things to explore or places to see. Visit on of the numerous museums or head out on a marine wildlife tour across the sea.

Best time of the year to visit Aberdeen

UK weather can be unpredictable, and Aberdeen is no exception, with rainfall consistent throughout the year. However temperatures peak around July and August, and this time of year also offers the littlest rain in comparison with the rest of the year. We recommend during the summer, from May to September to visit this beautiful city.

Places to eat in Aberdeen

Being an international community, Aberdeen boasts a whole range of places to eat no matter what you fancy. From gourmet foods to traditional Scottish dishes, this area is brimming with restaurants.