Amazing bathroom, comfortable room!
It was close to the city centre
the room was absolutely atrocious. The lounge was lovely, there was a nice atmosphere and we had high hopes for our stay. Going up the corridor, the paint was flaking off the walls, the floor and the carpet was uneven. Then we got to our room/prison cell. It was tiny, there was no headboard, it was dated and cold. The table, bedside table and tv stand were all slanted and uneven which I was unsure if it was a quirky thing for the hotel or just really badly made furniture. The bed was extremely uncomfortable and there was no light apart from a bedside lamp. The only saving grace was the size of the bathroom, twice the size of the room although very sparse.
In desperate need of a makeover! The landing on the 2nd floor was like walking on a bouncy castle and the carpet had to of been bought by the Carmelite nuns. The food left a lot to be desired, which is why I never bothered with breakfast. The one plus point was that they had Sky Sports in the bedroom.
the staff were very helpful, happy and willing to help. my wife is a fussy eater and our evening meal and breakfast was cooked and presented just as requested. the whole experience was absolutely spot on many thanks
we was only there one night and didn't find anything wrong
I liked my entrance at the hotel a lot: a stylish, spacious, wellcoming space.
The top floor was a little shabby, especialy the carpets and the windows. This is a pitty because the room furnishings aspire to more.
friendly, modern, relaxed lounge type environment with great wine and above average food, available throughout the day & night.
noisy lift alarm - audible from rooms nearby, noisy seagull sanctuary outside one particular room windowsill!
The whole of the downstairs was very nice, and its in a good position for the centre of Aberdeen
I think when the whole hotel is finished it will be nice, however some of the rooms looked like they were still in need of refurb
The staff are some of the friendliest I have ever come across, they couldnt do enough for you. The public area's are fantastic as is the food! I hope the hotel will refurbish the remainder of their bedrooms soon as this could be Aberdeens first life style hotel!
Very pleasant hotel, good service and good facilities. Very reasonably priced. Good location.
Good city centre location with plenty of helpfull attentive staff in a modern environment. Internet access a bonus.
Surrounded by the cool bars, live music venues and designer boutiques of Aberdeen's Merchant Quarter, Carmelite Hotel matches the individual style and sophistication of its fashionable neighbours. This historic 19th-century building, creatively refurbished to bring it bang up to date, is full of character – with vintage coffee pots, Jenga blocks and a four-poster-bed dining table among its curiosities. The hotel is in the heart of Aberdeen, within walking distance of many of the city's attractions including Aberdeen Maritime Museum and Union Square shopping centre. We're just a 2-minute stroll from the railway and bus stations, as well as being close to Aberdeen Harbour and the ferry terminal. So, whether you're here for a sightseeing trip or a business meeting, we're in a great spot for getting around the city. Relax in our plush open-plan restaurant, bar and lounge area with a cheerful cocktail or a bite to eat from one of our many menus that showcase locally-sourced food. Our 52 guest rooms provide something for every occasion and budget. The third-floor standard rooms offer simplicity and everyday home comforts, while the designer rooms and suites on the first and second floors offer a step up in luxury. They come with super-king-size beds, extravagant baths, large smart TVs and complimentary snacks. Each suite has its own style – one has a circular bed and cherub ceiling painting, while another has a foosball table and huge corner bath. If you're looking for originality, Carmelite Hotel is the place for you!