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Malmaison Aberdeen is a stone's throw from the city centre and boasts a variety of astounding rooms and suites each with a creative décor, a brasserie restaurant serving iconic dishes prepared with a modern twist and an indulgent spa to unwind & recharge after a day of exploring the Granite City.
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Number of Bedrooms: 79
Parking Spaces: 10
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 12pm
The Malmaison Hotel in Aberdeen shines brightly in Scotland’s Granite City. Originally the Queens Hotel this 4 star boutique hotel in Aberdeen has combined part of the original hotel with a modern new build to create a fresh new feel and a splash of tartan here and there. Whether you are visiting Abedeen for a city break or to visit the wider area the location of the Malmaison Aberdeen is ideal.
Boasting 79 rockin’ rooms and suites with big beds, powers showers and a creative décor you will be spoilt for choice when looking for accommodation in Aberdeen city centre. The hotel rooms at the Malmaison Aberdeen include exclusive toiletries that you're encouraged to take with you, 24 hour room service, fast and free Wi-Fi, and of course the usual handy little numbers like hairdryer, ironing board, iron and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.
Prepare your taste buds to be amazed at the Chez Mal Brasserie, located at the heart of the Malmaison Aberdeen hotel. Enjoy a variety of iconic dishes prepared with a modern twist and served with passion and personality. By day, relax in a laid back vibe as MALBAR Aberdeen is the place for coffees and croissants, conversation and cool meetings. By night, sip on Champagne, cold beers, pre-dinner creative cocktails or wonderful wines.
From the quick fixer to the all-day escape, the Malmaison Spa Aberdeen offers treatments & packages to suit all. The Small and bijou gym located with the hotel is a pocket sized gym fully equipped with just enough to allow you to keep up your fitness levels.
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Huge beds, big baths, flat screen plasma TVs, showers with super-powers and bathroom bottles that are yours for the taking. The Malmaison hotel rooms in Aberdeen include fast and free Wi-Fi, and of course the usual handy little numbers like hairdryer, ironing board, iron and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.
Cosy Double Rooms
All the good stuff, only smaller more compact. There are four cosy doubles located in the original building, all with double bed, ensuite shower and the full set of Malmaison extras.
Standard Double Rooms
There are six standard double rooms located in the original building, all with double bed, ensuite bath and shower and the full set of Malmaison extras. But you know nothing is really standard about these standard hotel rooms in Aberdeen.
Superior Double Rooms
Live like royalty in a Superior King room with Highland inspired design - rich, dark mahogany, slate grey and a touch of tartan. All have king-size double bed, drench shower and separate bath as well as the full set of Malmaison extras.
Superior Twin Rooms
Spacious superior twin room with a generous splash of tartan. Ensuite with drench shower and separate bath and the full set of those all-important Malmaison extras. Share the Superior Malmaison experience...and the take-away toiletries - or keep those for yourself (we won't tell).
Enjoy a luxurious bubble bath in a free-standing tub, revive the senses in the drench shower and sleep like a baby in the king-size bed. Not forgetting the full set of magnificent Malmaison extras. You won't want to leave.
Think big. We're talking a monumental king size sleigh bed, a widescreen TV and beautiful roll-top bath. Your Terrace Suite is your castle at Malmaison as you sip on Champagne and gaze out across Aberdeenshire from the shared terrace - your kingdom for the night. Let's rock this city.
Think even bigger. The two Exec Suites, Balmoral and Crathes boast the biggest sleigh beds in the hotel if not Aberdeen. Indulge in your generous wide-screen TV, spacious lounge area, walk-in monsoon showers, double basins and fabulous feature bath.
Bar & Restaurant
This Malmaison Aberdeen Brasserie seats up to 100 people and is ideal for those with an abundance of good taste, with a coveted Josper Grill charcoal oven cooking the prime cuts to perfection
Don’t forget to pair your meal with a drink from the sterling wine list, impressive selection of whisky’s and a range of carefully crafted cocktails, this is a taste symphony.
Pull yourself away from your comfy slumber, to a beautiful breakfast to set you up for the day. Choose from an array of home-baked pastries, yoghurts, berries and fruits, freshly-squeezed juices and pots of steaming tea and coffee, our continental breakfast is full of tasty delights.
Or you can order a cooked breakfast for the full Malmaison breakfast experience. There's a reason this was crowned the most important meal of the day.
Monday to Friday - 6.30 am to 10am
Weekends and Bank Holidays - 8am to 11am
DINNER IN ABERDEEN
As the evening settles in and the mood becomes more sultry, with lower lights, a relaxing yet vibrant vibe runs through the Brasserie. So whether a romantic dinner for two or a fun-time birthday bash with family and friends, you'll fit right in.
Decide which delicious dishes you fancy, and bring on the food, glorious food for a fabulous evening of divine dining at Malmaison.
A LA CARTE MENU
The chefs are renowned for their magic touch, and the new seasonal a la carte menu really does have something extraordinary about it. From tiger prawns alla busara, – and beautifully-balanced flair dishes such as Crisp West Country lamb, your dining companions will be envious of whatever you choose.
Monday to Thursday, Sunday - 6pm to 10pm
Friday and Saturday 6pm to 10.30pm
Brasserie-style lunches with fresh light bites and artisan sandwiches that really hit the spot are available in the Malbar at the Malmaison Aberdeen.
With all sorts from a mega-tasty mug o' soup to fish finger sandwiches or the classic Mal Burger, you'll never skip lunch again.
This cocktail bar in Aberdeen shakes things up with a tempting list of classic and signature cocktails, mixed with a vibrant and unique atmosphere all at the heart of Malmaison
Earthy, robust, fruity, light, fresh, or oaky - let us know your favourite flavours and we'll recommend wines to suit your taste.
If you could take a spa home with you, this would be it - Malmaison Spa Aberdeen. It's a deeply soulful spa for those who need time to unwind & recharge before bravely heading out into the retail jungle or the corporate front line. It's handy, it's small but perfectly formed and it's your little secret while you're staying at the Malmaison Aberdeen.
Monday - Friday 10am to 8pm
Saturday 9am to 6pm
Sunday 10am to 5pm
It's a gym. But not as you know it. Small and bijou, this pocket sized gym is perfect for middle-of-the-day workouts where 20 minutes is all you can muster amidst your manic schedule.
Or for keeping up your fitness levels whilst on your travels with a before breaky burst of energy or an after meeting wind-down. It's handy. It's fully equipped with just enough for your needs. And it helps keep your conscience clear when choosing that irresistible pudding from the menu later on.
Monday 10am to 5pm
Tuesday - Friday 9am to 9pm
Saturday 9am to 6pm
Sunday 10am to 5pm
Directions to Malmaison Hotel in Aberdeen
The closest station is Aberdeen station. From the station, Malmaison Aberdeen is a 15 minute journey by car or taxi.
FROM THE SOUTH AND EAST
From the North Circular join the M1, then exit at Junction 19 onto the M6. After entering Scotland, follow signs for Glasgow/Edinburgh, continue onto the M74. Join the M9 briefly before following signs for Perth (A9). Join the A90 following signs for Aberdeen. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Forfar Rd, then at Garthdee Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto S Anderson Dr. Go through 2 roundabouts then at Queen's Road, take the 3rd exit - Malmaison Aberdeen will be on your right.
FROM THE NORTH
Take the M6 towards Manchester, then exit at Junction 9 onto the M6 towards Leeds. After entering Scotland, follow signs for Glasgow/Edinburgh, continue onto the M74. Join the M9 briefly before following signs for Perth (A9). Join the A90 following signs for Aberdeen. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Forfar Rd, then at Garthdee Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto S Anderson Dr. Go through 2 roundabouts then at Queen's Road, take the 3rd exit - Malmaison Aberdeen will be on your right.
FROM THE CITY CENTRE
Located 5 minutes from the city centre, Head southwest onto the A9013 Union Street toward St Catherine's Wynd, continue on Albyn Place. At Queen's Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto B9119 Queens Road.
There are a limited number of complimentary parking spaces on-site. Please contact the hotel for more information. *Car parking spaces are not in a secured car park. Vehicles and their contents left in the car parking facility are at the owner’s sole risk in all respects.
From Aberdeen-Dyce Airport you can take a 20-30 minute taxi journey or follow the below driving instructions. This route takes approximately 30 minutes.
Head west on Upper Farburn Road and take the 1st exit onto Argyll Rd. Turn left at Dyce Dr, at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the A96. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on the A96. At Haudagain Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto N Anderson Dr heading to Perth. Go through 3 roundabouts at Queen's Rd, Malmaison Aberdeen will be on your right.
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*Please note that the leisure and spa facilities are currently closed due to government guidance on covid 19. We will update guests if there are any changes to this*
Additional beds can only be supplied for young ones aged 3-14 years old and are only available in Superior Rooms.
Well behaved dogs over 1 year old may share their owners room for a charge of £10 per night inc of VAT. Dogs are welcome in designated guest rooms with their owners, but not in food service areas. This will include most of the hotel public areas including lounges and bistros. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are an exception to the above policy and are allowed access to food service areas. Guests are asked not to leave dogs unattended in rooms at any time without first advising reception.
The city is somewhat one of Scotland’s hidden gems, with a number of shopping, dining, and drinking hotspots. The Malmaison Aberdeen hotel is close to the city centre but tucked away in a quieter spot, making it the ideal place to retire to after a day of shopping and sightseeing.
Union Street is Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare, lined with grand, grey sandstone architecture and plenty of pubs, bars, shops and restaurants. Here, you’ll also find Union Square, which is Aberdeen’s top shopping destination and features over 50 shops.
If you’d prefer to immerse yourself in art and culture, there are plenty of art galleries and museums in the city centre. The Aberdeen Art Gallery is currently undergoing a major revamp and is due to open in Autumn 2019.
Nearby, the Aberdeen Maritime Museum showcases the city’s long relationship with the sea, including a unique collection of ships and displays on the North Sea oil industry.
The Merchant Quarter is part of Aberdeen’s medieval centre and is considered the beating heart of the city. Here you’ll find an array of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as an eclectic mix of bars, live music and entertainment, so you certainly won’t be stuck for choice.
The David Welch Winter Gardens at Duthie Park are one of Europe’s largest indoor gardens, located just to the south of the city. This spacious greenhouse complex is home to a diverse range of plants and flowers creating the perfect environment for a relaxing stroll, and even better for those rainy days! Duthie Park itself provides acres of parkland complete with a boating lake and adventure playground for the kids.
To the east of the city, close to the harbour, lies the old fishing village of Footdee, known by locals as ‘Fittie’. This medieval village is made up of tiny cottages and outhouses, all uniquely designed to resemble an eclectic patchwork of colour and curiosity. It is now a conservation area, which the locals are proud to show off.
Just a 30-minute drive north of the city, you’ll find the stunning Pitmedden Garden & Museum of Farming Life. The 17th-century walled garden is a snapshot of Scottish Renaissance in rural Aberdeenshire, close to the towns of Pitmedden and Ellon. Over 30,000 bedding plants make up colourful designs interspersed with fountains, and topiary – the perfect place to wander and unwind.
Just over an hour’s drive from Aberdeen is Balmoral Castle, a stunning estate house near the village of Ballater. The castle is famous for being the official Scottish residence of the Royal Family and the Scottish retreat of choice for the Queen’s annual trip to Scotland.
Finally, a trip to Aberdeenshire wouldn’t be complete without seeing the famous Dunnottar Castle. Perched on a cliff edge just 30-minutes outside of the city, this medieval fortress is a dramatic reminder of Scotland’s past. The evocative ruin was once the home of one of Scotland’s most powerful families and is an unforgettable experience for anyone who visits!