The spa at Malmaison Aberdeen is a cool, calm urban oasis of luxury and texture. There is a gym for those wishing to earn all the laid on luxury, but for those simply wishing to enjoy it there’s a steam room, relaxation area, and a range of treatments from Chakra balancing therapies to aromatherapy massages, scrubs, wraps, facials, manicures, pedicures.
Urban chic meets laid back cool at this Aberdeen hotel, which boasts a popular Brasserie, bar and whiskey snug as well as access to all of Aberdeen’s sights and delights. Its small but very effective spa is a hidden gem, offering a short but sweet escape from the hustle and bustle of the working day, to a inner city sanctuary that can be enjoyed over time if the hotel is your home for the weekend. Treatments are decadent and delightful, best served in the form of a massage, facial or body wrap.
Spa Night In
One night's bed and breakfast, a choice of 2 course dinner or Mal munchies, a choice of 1 x 25 minute treatment from: Back Massage, Express Facial, Scalp Massage, Full Body Exfoliation, File and Polish on fingers or File and Polish on toes, a cocktail, assorted chocolate truffles in the room on arrival, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the facilities.
At a glance
The hotel offers an array of treatments but does not have a pool or wet facilities.
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.
Food and drink are lavishly catered to accompanied by cocktails and bubbles.
If Agent Provocateur did hotels, it would probably look something like this, making it the perfect place to escape with your partner.
With fun, flair and fizz in abundance the hotel is perfect for girly getaways.
Spa & Leisure
- Relax Room
- Dual Treatment
- Steam Room
Hotel & Accommodation
- Pet Friendly
A vibrant gem in Scotland’s granite city, Malmaison Aberdeen is a stylish and seductive amalgamation of lighting and sensuous hues. The interiors set the tone for a romantic city hotel with that little touch of Scottish flair.
The low-lit den that constitutes the bar befits the champagne and mojitos on offer. Snacks and light bites are also available, but no Scotsman worth his kilt would rate a place without a hearty menu, and the Brasserie does not disappoint, with a wide range of sumptuous dishes served in intimate booths or on the alfresco terrace.
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