It was almost like a little flat, spacious hallway with 5 doors.
There was a small kitchen with All the equipment you would need and a large living area with a sofa and a small dining table.
The bathroom was small but had a bath with a shower over the top and a toilet and sink so had everything you need. The main bedroom was large with a double bed and plenty of cupboard space and a chest of drawers.
The second bedroom we didn't use but it was slightly small with a single bed in it- no complaints there.
I had an amazing night there for my valentines. Though the decor was slightly "old fashioned" and could maybe use updating, it was cosy and had great lighting for a romantic night in.
The whole place was spotless which is always great!
I had a fantastic night here and would definitely recommend it, especially for a romantic gesture! And it's perfect for going into town as the bars are only a 5 minute walk!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Skene House Holburn occupies an enviable location where the West End meets the City Centre. Across the road you'll find one of our Partner Gyms; a stroll up the cobbled street and you'll feel the buzz of Union Street's restaurants and bars; around the corner you'll find Rose and Thistle Street's stylish boutiques and cafes. The professional business district, which flank Rubislaw and Queen's Terrace Gardens, in 'on the doorstep' making Holburn a convenient place to stay for Business and Leisure Holburn's 39, 1-3 bedroom apartments in a range of 6 classic and chic interior designs ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Skene Hotel Aberdeen
- Skene Hotel Holburn
- Skene House Holburn Aberdeen, Scotland