We have now stayed in six Premier Inns in the last year and have not had any serious complaint about any one of them, but this must be a leading contender for our favourite. The bedroom we were given ( number 63 ) was enormous. There were two comfortable armchairs and enough floor space for the most vigorous morning exercise ( although I did not participate out of consideration for the people below ).
The hotel is ideally placed for visiting Aberdeen centre, being a five minute drive from Bridge of Don park-and-ride scheme, where you can obtain a reasonably priced bus into the heart of the city.
We also found the accompanying restaurant to be excellent and opted to have both of our evening meals there.More