Malmaison Aberdeen

At a glance

  • Location


    Aberdeen boasts a wealth of history, architecture and art, so make time to explore the Exhibition Centre, art gallery and Provost Skene's house - the oldest private house in Aberdeen.

  • Restaurant


    Food and drink are lavishly catered to with a particular dedication to whisky, wine and local produce.

  • Weddings

    Wedding Venue

    Catering to weddings and groups with flair, the hotel provides the perfect atmosphere for a party.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    If Agent Provocateur did hotels it would probably look something like this, making it perfect for girly getaways.


Malmaison Aberdeen

Malmaison Aberdeen, 49-53 Queens Road, Aberdeen, AB15 4YP
AB15 4YP

Spa & Leisure

In contrast to the dark colour palette of the hotel, Le Petit Spa at the Aberdeen Mal is cool, calm urban oasis with bare wood floors and pared-down colours, but retaining the luxury of sensuous textures throughout. There is a gym for those wishing to earn all the laid on luxury, but for those simply wishing to enjoy it, the range of treatments encompasses all specifications from Chakra balancing treatments to Aromatherapy massages, scrubs, wraps, facials, manicures, pedicures – the list goes on.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Malmaison brand specialises in modern opulence and having fun, and their Aberdeen hotel is a prime example. With a rush of tartan and velvet, seductive lighting and sensuous hues, the interiors set the tone for a romantic city hotel with that little touch of Scottish flair.

Rooms are unanimously decadent, with their own range of products and catering to couples and group getaways alike whether you choose to stay in or venture out and enjoy the city, while the dark, low-lit den that constitutes the bar befits the champagne and mojitos on offer. For a cosier evening, the Whisky Snug will find you literally caged in a room of malts, while wine lovers will find no finer evening than chatting to the Sommelier in the Laroche Tasting Room – and that’s just the drinks. No Scotsman worth his kilt would rate a place without a hearty menu, and the Brasserie at the Aberdeen Mal does not disappoint with a wide range of sumptuous dishes served in intimate booths or on the alfresco terrace.