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Spotlight on: Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel

Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel

A super stylish and contemporary hotel and spa in Aberdeen, the Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel sits in the heart of the city and is the perfect combination of urban buzz and tranquil oasis. Here’s what you need to know…

It’s in an amazing location

In the beating heart of this vibrant city, the Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel is perfectly located for exploring. Situated in a historic building that was once the Robert Gordon University St Andrews Street campus.

There’s plenty to see and do nearby

From the Royal Aberdeen Golf Club (the sixth oldest golf club in the world), which is less than three miles away from the hotel, to His Majesty’s Theatre, the largest theatre in north-east Scotland, which is just a five-minute walk away, Aberdeen has plenty to see and explore. It is also home to numerous attractions, stadiums, shopping centres ranging from the Maritime Museum to the Beach Boulevard Retail Park.

A contemporary spa

The spa also includes a number of beautifully designed treatment rooms. There’s also a fitness centre where you can work out and shake off the rest of the world. Then unwind in the Signature Spa where facilities include an infrared sauna, a steam room, bespoke manicure and pedicure room and a relaxation area.

Holistic wellbeing in the city

Therapists use natural Ishga products to bring a touch of Hebridean magic to the city. They are known for their organic ingredients which leverage the healing properties of the sea thanks to powerful seaweed extracts renowned for their anti-ageing and antioxidant properties as well as the luxurious experience.

Historic architecture and modern hospitality

Fusing the building’s past with the height of contemporary style, the interiors are bold and contemporary, giving a distinctly luxurious feel and welcoming guests whether it’s for business or pleasure. Meanwhile, the Chop Grill and Bar is a convivial space that you can visit for a pint or a quick lunch or more substantial meals in the evening. It’s also an excellent spot to sit and nurse a whisky or two, collecting your thoughts or putting the world to rights with a friend.


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