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Welcome to Wellington Hotel

Address: Wellington Road, Aberdeen, AB12 3GH

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Offering modern rooms with private bathrooms, The Wellington Hotel also has a restaurant with a flat-screen TV in each table booths. It provides free parking and is 2.5 miles from Aberdeen’s centre. Each room has a flat-screen TV and free tea and coffee. Most rooms are set to the rear of the building, away from the road, and all have a work area and radio. The restaurant has plenty of natural light from a large window wall, and serves a varied adult and children’s menu. The relaxed bar stocks a range of beers, spirits and wines. The Wellington has a small children’s play area for guests of up to 4 years. Aberdeen’s seafront, with an amusement park, is a 10-minute drive away.

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Robert Gordon University - University

Robert Gordon University - University

Distance 2.3 miles (3.68 km)
Robert Gordon University is an internationally acclaimed institution of higher education, training and educating students from all over the world in many sought after fields of study. Students from 73 countries enrol in this University every year to earn undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. The Times Good University Guide 2010 named Robert Gordon University as the best modern university in the UK. Located in Aberdeen, Europes oil capital, this state-funde...

Aberdeen Centre - Town Centre

Aberdeen Centre - Town Centre

Distance 2.4 miles (3.83 km)
The "Granite City" Aberdeen, which lies between the Rivers Don and Dee, received a Royal Charter in the 12th century and was a thriving port by the 13th century. The original pink granite houses and cobbled streets stand alongside the new Aberdeen which began in 1805 with the building of Union Street when many neo-classical buildings were built using the local grey granite from which the city gets its nickname. Aberdeen today is a major commercial centre as well as the largest fishing port in Scotland. The city has an important university and cathedral and has a wealth of history to explore.