Aberdeen Youth Hostel
About About this youth hostel
Aberdeen Youth Hostel is located in a quiet residential area on the west side of the Granite City.
This 4 star youth hostel offers guests a range of shared accommodation and private rooms, some ensuite. Facilities include a contemporary living space with TV and gas effect wood-burner, a large self-catering kitchen and modern dining area.
A great location for individuals, groups and families, Aberdeen Youth Hostel is within walking distance of the city centre with regular buses outside the youth hostel.
Facilities & Services
Open all year
07:00 - 02:00
15:00 - 22:00
07:00 - 10:00
Access to rooms from 14.00
Private Rooms Available
En Suite Rooms Available
Family Rooms Available
Suitable for Groups
Self Catering Kitchen
Towel Hire Available
Free Parking (nearby or onsite)
Access with limited mobility
Complimentary Tea and Coffee available in Self Catering Kitchen
Good clean hostel with a 15 minute walking distance to the city centre...
The place to stay in Aberdeen, great value and customer service. Clean rooms and amazing showers.
I have travelled all over Europe staying in different hostels and this was probably the one with the best facilities by miles. The location is great, a scarce 10 minutes from the centre. It's on Queen's Road, a part of town that you wouldn't perhaps visit if you weren't there, but you would definitely be missing out. Overall 9/10.
Nice and safe area to walk in, and it's not far from the main areas. Still a welcoming building to stay in. I like the recent upgrade - excellent!
crazy dave - Scotland
I was there off season, so there weren't many people around to chat with, but the staff were amazing. They know a lot about the city and its history, so don't hesitate to ask them. The facilities were on point, among the best I have seen.
Aberdeen Youth Hostel, is not in the centre of the city, but well served by regular buses with bus stops close by. I didn't cook a meal, but the kitchen was large and spacious. I returned to the hostel late evening and was able to sit comfortably in the lounge to watch a favourite TV programme and after that to surf the internet on my laptop. As I wasn't leaving Aberdeen until the afternoon, staff were happy to oblige with securely storing my rucksack.
Reasons to visit
Aberdeen is often overlooked for the beauty of the Highlands or the bright lights and glamour of Edinburgh or Glasgow, but what many don't realise is that Aberdeen and the surrounding area possess many of the attributes that people love about Scotland - breathtaking scenery, mouth-watering food and drink, rich history and distinctive culture.
From the cobbled streets and historic university buildings in the north of the city to the quaint fishing quarter of Footdee to the east, the city of Aberdeen has something for everyone.
The newly launched North East 250 is driving route that takes you through Speyside, the Cairngorms, Royal Deeside, the East Coast and the Moray Firth Coast and looks set to emulate the success of the hugely popular North Coast 500.
Scotland's Castle Trail is a must when staying at the hostel, with around 300 castles. stately homes and ruins dotting the Aberdeenshire landscape.
No trip to Aberdeen is complete without a comforting dram or a pint of craft beer. Aberdeen is home to the UK's first BrewDog pub, not far from where the company began in Fraserburgh, and the wider Aberdeenshire region is home to a number of distilleries, so there are plenty of opportunities to sample Scotland's national drink.