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Skene House Whitehall Suites
2 Whitehall Place
Aberdeen
Grampian

AB25 2NX | View map
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The luxury HotelSuites at Skene House Whitehall offer an extra dimension to the Skene House portfolio - private gardens in which to relax, read the papers, eat a meal or play with the children. The gardens help create a more residential feel at Skene House Whitehall and make this the perfect place for longer-stays or family trips with younger children.

Skene House Whitehall’s interiors are easily the most eclectic of the Skene House collection. From the dramatic grandeur of the reception and Grosvenor Lounge which houses the honour bar to the cheerily floral breakfast room, Whitehall’s HotelSuites are hard to categorise and HotelSuites that offer interiors that range from country house comfort to modern, minimal studios.

This top hotel offers many facilities such as free parking, Wi-Fi, concierge service and use of a partner gym, breakfast restaurant and much more. We also have a group of partner restaurants in and around the city centre supplying a terrific choice of dining options when staying in Aberdeen. From the hotel you can enjoy many activities including golf, fishing, visit one of the Scottish Castles or distilleries, take a shopping trip or relax in one of the many parks and gardens with friends or family.

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