Shetland Islands Hotels

Average price from £35

Shetland Hotels

Unwind with a break in the tranquil, picturesque Shetland Islands – and get a great night’s sleep in one of Premier Inn’s Shetland hotels.

Premier Inn has hotels throughout Scotland, so booking accommodation for your holiday to the Shetland Islands is simple and you’ll receive a warm welcome from our friendly staff on arrival.

Hotels near Shetland
  • Inverness Centre (Millburn Rd)

    Millburn Road Inverness Scotland IV2 3QX
    (221.8 miles) Based on 401 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Inverness East

    Beechwood Business Park Inverness IV2 3BW
    (222.1 miles) Based on 282 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £39.00
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  • Inverness Centre (River Ness)

    19-21 Huntly Street Inverness IV3 5PR
    (222.5 miles) Based on 1161 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • Inverness West

    Glenurquhart Road Inverness IV3 5TD
    (223.5 miles) Based on 523 traveller reviews
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    £35.00
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  • Elgin

    15 Linkwood Way Elgin Moray IV30 1HY
    (198.4 miles) Based on 388 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £45.00
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Relax in our comfortable Shetland hotels

The Shetland Islands make the perfect destination for any wanting to get away from it all, but they are also easy to get to by air or sea from Scotland. You can fly to Shetland from Aberdeen, Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow, or take a ferry to Lerwick from Aberdeen. And with Premier Inn hotels located in destinations throughout Scotland, you’ll be able to find affordable accommodation wherever you choose to stop on the way.

Famous for its unspoiled countryside and stunning coastal scenery, the Shetland Islands is a popular holiday destination with walkers, nature lovers and anyone partial to outdoor activities. During your stay in the Shetland Islands, you can visit famous archaeological sites like Clickimin Broch and Jarlshof, discover more about the island’s past at the Shetland Museum, and spot puffins and other seabirds at Sumburgh Head.