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All Countries > United Kingdom > Aberdeen > Holiday Inn Express ABERDEEN - EXHIBITION CENTRE

Parkway East,Bridge of Don
Aberdeen, AB23 8BL
Nightly Rates (180.04 - 180.04)   2 Star

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Property Description
Enjoy a Restful Stay at the Modern Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen-Exhibition Centre Hotel, this is a fully non smoking hotel Conveniently Located on the A90 Next to the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre There's time for leisurely breakfast which is included in the price in the Great Room as we're just 2 minutes' walk to the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC). After your conference or concert, unwind in your modern Guest room at the Holiday Inn Express with flat-screen TV and free wireless Internet . You won't have to travel far from the Holiday Inn Express. We have 2 on site purpose-built conference rooms . Jet in and out of Aberdeen Airport, a 20-minute drive away, and make use of ample free parking at the hotel. Head for the thrills and spills of Aberdeen Fun Beach, a 10-minute drive from the Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen-Exhibition Centre hotel. The pretty promenade is home to numerous bars and restaurants, a sports centre, golf complex and the famous Codonas Amusement Park. Or stroll round the shops and sights of Aberdeen city centre , 4 miles from the hotel. Keep in touch at all times with 24-hour free Internet access surf the web with free wireless Internet in the comfort of your room. Meet friends and co-workers for a drink in the bar, or ask our friendly 24-hour Front Desk staff for local restaurant recommendations.

  • Accessible facilities

  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room

  • Car rental desk

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Dry cleaning

  • Free parking

  • Golf

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Ice machine

  • Interior corridors

  • Late check-out available

  • Meeting rooms

  • Meeting rooms

  • Non-smoking

  • On-Site parking

  • Parking

  • Pay per view movies on TV

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Safe deposit box

  • Shops and commercial services

  • Tennis court

  • Tour/sightseeing desk

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 2:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  2008 

  • Renovated in  01/01/2007 

  • 135  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 6  floors. 

  • Meeting Facility
  • Finnie Room

  • Wallace

    Recreation Information
    Children's program - Aberdeen also has some beautiful parks and gardens suitable for all the family. Duthie park houses Aberdeens Winter gardens and offers a boating ponding for the young at heart sail there model boats.

  • Aberdeen Exhibition Centre


  • St Machar Cathedral

  • St Machar's Cathedral (or, more formally, the Cathedral Church of St Machar) is a Church of Scotland church in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is located to the north of the city centre, in the former burgh of Old Aberdeen
  • Aberdeen Football Club (Pittodrie Stadium)

  • Home of Aberdeen Football Club, established since 1903. The club shop is open Monday-Saturday and if a match is on on a Sunday.
  • Trump international Balmedie Golf course

  • Aberdeen Newest golf course, Trump international Golf course is located to the north of the city in the stunning setting of the Menie estate, Balmedie. The course has some of the best greens and challenging holes in Scotland , with the north sea as your
  • Royal Aberdeen Golf Course

  • The 6th oldest Golf course in the world -18 Holes over looking the north sea
  • Thomas Blake Glover House - Museum

  • Thomas Blake house was the family home of Thomas Blake Glover, know as the Scottish Samurai.He became one of the founders of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries ltd Company in Nagaski in Japan and was given by Mutsubishi to the Grampain Japan Trust in 1997
  • Aberdeen Art Gallery

  • One of Aberdeens most popular tourist attractions housing one of the finest art collections in Britain with paintings, sculpture and graphics from the 15th century to the present day.
  • Provost Skene's House

  • Sir George Skene, or Provost Skene, was Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Scotland in the 17th century from (1676-1685). Today he is most famous and widely known not for his time as Lord Provost, but for his house which is a major tourist attraction in Aberdeen.
  • Pitmedden Gardens

  • An extravagant scale garden originally laid out in 1675 by Sir Alexander Seton. In the 1950s, the national Trust re-created the gardens orignal design from the 17th century. Features 5 miles of box hedging in intricate patterns to form six parterres.
  • Haddo House

  • Haddo house is a long established self supporting low ground farming and sporting estate in North east scotland. The main house is open to the geral public and plays host to many cultural events through the year.
  • Storybook Glen Childrens Park

  • Story Brook is a magical world of make believe and fun for children of all ages set amidst 28 acres of spectacular scenic beauty on Royal Deeside.Enjoy exquisite flowers and plants,majestic trees, secret waterfalls and your favourite nursey rhymes
  • Royal Deesside

  • Visit the breath taking beauty of the deeside glen with challenging walking areas and picture perfect settings for all to enjoy- Wildlife in natural environment
  • Balmoral Royal Resident

  • Official Residence of the Royal family in Scotland, open to visitors when the royal family are not inresidence only open 1st April until 31st July 2010
  • Aberdeen Exhibition and Conferenc Centre

  • Old Aberdeen

  • walk the cobbled streets of old aberdeen admiring the typically scottish architure
  • Aberdeen Railway Station

  • Kings College and Visitor Centre

  • Found in 1495 by the bishop the Bishop was Formerly an independant university, modelled on the French style of university it has has some of the oldest and best preserved medieval buildings in Scotland
  • Aberdeen International Airport

  • Cordonas Aberdeen Fun Beach

  • ten pin bowling, amusement park, crazy golf and slot machines on a beach front location
  • Murcar Golf Course

  • Voted as the Golf Tourism Scotland "Course of the Year - 2007"; the Murcar Championship Golf Links has a par of 71. Murcar frequently features in the Top 100 courses in the UK, and the Visit Scotland Top 40 Great Scottish Links Collection.