Aberdeen’s beautiful Carmelite takes its name from an order of monks.
Get into the habit of enjoying yourself with today’s Big Deal on a luxurious stay at the Carmelite.
Based in the vibrant Merchant Quarter of the city, the Carmelite has been awarded a Gold Medal for Best Hotel Bedroom Design by Hotel Review Scotland.
Perfectly placed for shopping in Aberdeen city centre or enjoying the area’s lively bars and restaurants, the Carmelite is a stylish and cosmopolitan venue for a revitalising break.
Today’s offer comes in two forms, both of which are available for Thursday to Sunday night stays.
Option one is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay in either a Designer King room or a Dapper Superior Double.
Option two is for two people to stay two consecutive nights in a Designer King room or a Dapper Superior Double.
Both options include a bottle of Chaumet Sparkling Perry in room on arrival and a Not Guilty value breakfast each morning.
The gorgeous Design rooms are smartly decorated with designer wall coverings and feature king-size beds.
The Dapper Doubles feature designer wallpapers, new bathrooms and bespoke furniture.
Twin bedded rooms, larger Executive rooms with baths and bespoke designer Suites are available at upgrade costs starting from £30 per night.
All rooms are ensuite and have Freeview TV and free WiFi.
A five minute walk from the Railway station, Union Square, Union Street and Trinity, the Carmelite is in a great location.
It is also a convenient hotel to stay at for drivers – there are some 3700 car parking spaces within five minutes.
The Carmelite has plenty of fans who love its stylish rooms and central address. Edited from longer reviews, this is what a recent TripAdvisor reviewer had to say of her visit:
‘I love this hotel, I visit there at any chance I get… the rooms were fantastic, beds were comfy and the bathrooms were beautiful with a big roll top bath… I would recommend this hotel and I will definitely be visiting there a lot more in the future.’
Perfect for enjoying a weekend in the Granite City, today’s Big Deal with the Carmelite is the sort of offer that would make even the most dedicated monk break his vows.