Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel AB10
Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian is an elegant Victorian hotel overlooking Union Terrace Gardens in the city centre. The locally-inspired design, with its Renaissance style of architecture in white Kemnay granite with stained glass windows, reflects Aberdeen’s rich and varied heritage – from the harbour and beach to the many beautiful castles with their colourful histories. Located in the city centre, the hotel is ideal for guests attending for both business and leisure.
Guests can enjoy afternoon tea, a snack or a light meal in the elegant Bistro restaurant. Relax and unwind with a selection of international dishes cooked to perfection by our chef, before grabbing yourself a drink or two at the bar. Away from the hotel, guests can experience the majesty of Union Terrace Gardens. The main train station is just a ten-minute walk away, while Aberdeen’s old fishing Village, Fittie, is just a short distance further.
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Experience the wonder of Christmas all over again…
Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel offers the perfect setting for a memorable Christmas and Hogmanay. The locally-inspired design, with its Renaissance style of architecture in white Kemnay granite with stained glass windows, reflects Aberdeen’s rich and varied heritage – from the harbour and beach to the many beautiful castles with their colourful histories. For your convenience the hotel offers limited on-site parking and complimentary WiFi throughout. Whether you’re joining us to celebrate in style or relax and unwind, let us look after every detail of this festive period.
Step into a magical festive world with Mercure.
A world where grown-ups can tap into their inner child.
Where joy is in the air, and Christmas morning just can’t
come soon enough. Get ready to feel right at home
in our enchanting Christmas experience.
Enter this festive world and discover a cheerful,
whimsical atmosphere. Here, the pre-Christmas party
comes alive as drinks are raised, crackers are pulled, and presents
are exchanged – while festive songs ring into the early hours.