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Welcome to The Aberdeen Altens Hotel

Address: Souterhead Road, Aberdeen, AB12 3LF

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The Aberdeen Altens Hotel is 3 miles from the city centre and just 1 mile from the coast. The Altens has modern rooms with en suite bathrooms and boasts a sauna, spa and indoor pool. Each room has a satellite TV, hairdryer and work desk. Wireless internet is available throughout the hotel and the Altens also provides free parking. Many fitness facilities are available at the on-site Otium Health & Leisure club. There is also a gym, steam room and a range of beauty treatments on offer. The restaurant serves traditional home-cooked favourites and modern European dishes. The Cairngorm Bar is more casual and serves drinks, snacks and light meals. Located south of Aberdeen, Royal Deeside is within easy reach. Duthie Park and Nigg Bay Golf Club are both within a 10-minute drive of the building.

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