Hotels in Dyce, Aberdeen

Average price from £39

Hotels in Dyce, Aberdeen

For hotels in Dyce, Aberdeen, look no further than the Premier Inn. Offering visitors comfortable accommodation to the north of Aberdeen, Premier Inn hotels make a great place to stay when visiting Dyce, Aberdeen and the surrounding area. 

From the suburb of Dyce, guests can easily explore the best of the two sides of Scotland - the thoroughly modern city centre of Aberdeen and the rugged rural expanse just minutes from Dyce. What's more, visitors will enjoy close proximity to Aberdeen Airport, the largest transit hub in the area.

Hotel in Dyce, Aberdeen
  • Aberdeen North (Bridge Of Don)

    Ellon Road Murcar Bridge Of Don AB23 8BP
    (3.7 miles) Based on 307 traveller reviews
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    £43.50
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  • Aberdeen City Centre

    Inverlair House West North Street Aberdeen AB24 5AS
    (5.2 miles) Based on 849 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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  • Aberdeen (Anderson Drive)

    North Anderson Drive Aberdeen Aberdeenshire AB15 6DW
    (4.3 miles) Based on 268 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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  • Aberdeen South (Portlethen)

    Mains Of Balquharn Portlethen Aberdeen AB12 4QS
    (10.1 miles) Based on 254 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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  • Aberdeen Airport (Dyce)

    Aberdeen Airport Main Terminal Argyll Way AB21 0BN
    (1.1 miles) Based on 264 traveller reviews
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    £39.00
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Work and play from hotels in Dyce

Dyce has a long history as a Scottish settlement, and has become an important business centre in the Aberdeen area over the years. Several international companies have offices in Dyce, making it a frequent destination for some business travellers. The location of the airport means hotels in Dyce will be ready to accommodate business travellers.

However, Dyce isn't all about work. The Aberdeen suburb has an interesting structure in the St Fergus Chapel, which displays relics from the 7th to 9th centuries, including those from the Picts. Additionally, Dyce lies close to the foothills and meadows surrounding Aberdeen, a popular location for hikers (and whisky aficionados), and the beaches along the North Sea.