Aberdeen Airport, Dyce
Farburn Terrace, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 7DW
Tel: 01224 723101 | Email: email@example.com
General Manager: Victoria Main
If you need a hotel near Aberdeen Airport, the Menzies Aberdeen Airport Hotel in Dyce, which offers newly refurbished bedrooms, a stylish restaurant and a comfortable lounge and bar area, is the perfect choice.
Found in the parish of Dyce, Aberdeen, the Menzies Aberdeen Airport hotel is ideal for a leisure stay, whether it’s a weekend break or as a base for exploring the magnificent Highlands and the glorious Scottish coastline.
Menzies Aberdeen hotel also has a regular airport shuttle service, which makes it the ideal stopover choice for Aberdeen airport.
Conveniently located six miles north west of Aberdeen and just half a mile from Aberdeen Airport, the Menzies Aberdeen Airport hotel is renowned as a hotel for all occasions and is ideal for both business and leisure guests.
Brasserie Style Dining
Quality and excellent choice awaits you at our special a la carte restaurant. Our head chef produces wonderful menus with something for every palate, using the finest ingredients and seasonal produce. Choose from classic favourites or dishes inspired by the finest continental cuisine. Whether it’s an intimate dinner for two in our Brasserie restaurant or a banquet for large groups, our staff will be delighted to welcome you.
Conference Functions and Events
Our hotel in Dyce, Aberdeen, offers four superb function suites and our team of experienced conference and event organisers based onsite, at the Menzies Aberdeen Airport hotel, are always on hand to help and offer advice so as to meet all of your event requirements.
We’re proud to offer our guests a superb range of facilities to compliment your stay, including free Wi-Fi access in all bedrooms and conference rooms,shuttle facilities for Aberdeen Airport and onsite car park charged at £3 per day (ParkingEye now operates at the car park and guests are requested to register and prepay their parking at check in. Failure to register could result in a fine of £100).