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DD4 6JE, Dundee, 101 Broughty Ferry Rd
Located in Dundee, Craigtay Hotel boasts an on-site restaurant and a bar, and offers rooms with contemporary design and on-site private parking free of charge. The property benefits from free WiFi in all rooms. Rooms... read more
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DD1 1SD, Dundee, High Street
Set within 5 beautifully restored period buildings, one of which dates back to the 16th century, this unique hostel offers a selection of private rooms on Dundee’s bustling High Street. Centrally located, the Dundee Backpackers... read more
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DD1 4AY, Dundee, The Former Tay Hotel, 28-42 Whitehall Crescent
Located just 100m from the riverfront, Malmaison Dundee provides stylish, boutique accommodation in the heart of the city. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout. Located in the former premises of the famous Tay Hotel, Malmaison Dundee... read more
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DD1 3DR, Dundee, 41 Dock Street
In the heart of the city centre, Holiday Inn Express Dundee offers contemporary rooms, just 550 metres from Dundee Rail Station. Free Wi-Fi and fully equipped meeting rooms are available in the hotel. Each modern... read more
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DD1 1QP, Dundee, 1 Argyllgait
Situated just 400 metres from the University of Dundee in Dundee, Hampton by Hilton Dundee welcomes guests with a restaurant and bar. Free WiFi is available throughout. Each room has an HD flat-screen TV, tea/coffee... read more
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DD4 6AD, Dundee, Lower Dens Mill
Boasting a bar and free WiFi, Hotel Indigo - Dundee is situated in Dundee, 1 km from Discovery Point. Around 1.4 km from University of Dundee, the property is also close to Dundee Central Library.... read more
£ 58.65View Rates
DD2 1HQ, Dundee, 1 Hyndford Street
Located in the West End of Dundee, the Shaftesbury Lodge Guest House is a 5-minute taxi journey from Dundee city centre. Local restaurants can be reached after 5 minutes’ walk and free Wi-Fi is available... read more
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DD1 4DU, Dundee, 160 Nethergate
In the heart of Dundee's bustling city centre, Best Western Queens Hotel offers spacious rooms with free WiFi. With an on-site restaurant and free parking, Dundee Riverside Airport is 5 minutes away. The modern rooms... read more
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DD1 3JP, Dundee, 1 West Victoria Dock Road
In Dundee’s City Quay and 5 minutes' walk from the city centre, the luxury Apex City Quay Hotel & Spa has a Japanese-themed spa, a bar and restaurant. Guests can enjoy free use of the... read more
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DD3 6JD, Dundee, 10 Union Terace
Set in a Victorian town house, the family run Dunlaw House Hotel is only 5 minutes’ walk from Dundee’s city centre. Offering free Wi-Fi and free parking, guests can enjoy this conservation area of the... read more
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The city centre is the most noticeable landmark in the region. The law, an extinct volcano hill is at the heart of the city and is fully lit at night. The beautiful scenery from the top of the law is worth the evening walk and visitors are made aware of the law that governs the hill not to be called a law hill but the law. Popular while staying in town is a trip to nearby Glamis Castle.
What to see while staying in central Dundee for the night, weekend…
The word ‘spectacular’ is an understatement when it comes to defining the bustling activities of Scotland’s fourth largest city, Dundee. Dubbed as ‘one city, thousand discoveries,’ Dundee has been on the limelight for scientific and educational reasons. For instance, the first electric light bulb was invented here and this is the city that gave the world a pain reliever – the aspirin; the town still promises other discoveries.
Come on, do not be swayed by the laboratory activities, this city is fun unlimited. Dundee’s citizens make its special with their warm welcoming attitude and their simple mantra, “we’ve got the full package.”
There are many reasons why people come to Dundee. Thousands of events for everyone happen everywhere. The city centre is compact and loaded with festivities in film, literature, culture, science, flowers and foods – exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Center are a frenzy in this Sun City. Arrival is by bus, train or air; tours and travel companies are available from the airport or train station to transport individuals or groups to various destinations of the south facing City.
Touring this section of Scotland would not end without visiting the Glamis Castle. Legends and folklore about the castle have been evolving since the 14th century and are mostly scary when told. The actual visit to Glamis castle is an experience that is arguably unforgettable.
Hang around the West End sections of the town and bump on a number of bars, cheap hotels with respectable and reasonably priced b&b’s, sprawl inns with stronger tipples to serve and restaurants serving sumptuous meals. The evening gets busier in both the city and the surrounding suburbs as locals get together to enjoy the iconic Scottish whiskey.
Dundonians are in love with live on stage bands since Jute Mill days, live gigs are entertaining and the open mic nights gives you a chance to exploit your singing ambitions. Retire to your spotless guest rooms in the accommodation block as you anticipate the next day’s fun and adventure.
Free parking and free Wi-Fi accompany bed and breakfast package as this standard is applicable in almost the entire city. Most of the rooms have the fantastic Edwardian era décor that blends amicably with the visitor’s mood. The level of attention to detail paid by most hoteliers when they are offering bed and breakfast is above stock.
Budget Friendly Accommodations
Just a short walk from the railway station and the Overgate Retail Centre is very popular 4 star Dundee Hilton hotel. This guest accommodation offers spacious bedrooms and features a bar/grill, a café and a health club. Another excellent accommodation within easy reach of the train stop is four star Apex City Quay.
This luxury place to stay can be found in the City Quay, a 5 minutes’ walk from the lively city centre. The Apex City Quay boasts a range of leisure facilities, including the Technogym and Yu Spa. The Spa includes an ozone pool, sauna, hot tubs, and Elemis Spa treatment rooms.
A cheap and highly recommended lodging property in the heart of the city is low budget 2 star Holiday Inn Express. The Holiday Inn Express Dundee offers contemporary, good value bedrooms, just a 5-minute drive from the Airport. The main rail station is also close by.
Seagate Bus and Coach Station DD1 2HR
Huge discounts for hotel, apartments and bed & breakfast near Seagate bus terminal, located 5 minutes walk from the heart of the city.
Address Seagate Bus Station : Seagate, Dundee, Angus, DD1 2HR
Find the perfect stay in central Dundee United Kingdom. Hotels and bed & breakfasts nearby Tay Bridge and Broughthy train or railway station, Seagate bus or coach stop, in the city centre, University of Dundee, Abertay UNI, Repertory theatre, Caird Hall, Ice Arena, Dens Park and Tannadice Park football ground, Ninewells Hospital, in the Discovery City Quay, West End area, …
Dundee Train Station
Address Dundee Railway Station : South Union Street, Dundee DD1 4BY Scotland
Main city center rail station well connected by rail with other towns and cities across Scotland. Trains are operated by First ScotRail, East Coast and CrossCountry and run frequently to among Glasgow city centre, Perth rail hub, Aberdeen train station and central Edinburgh. There is also 1 train per day running from the town to London Euston station (see accommodation).
City of Dundee in Scotland UK
Location : this friendly city is located in the north-east of Scotland, and lies on the north bank of the Firth of Tay.
Dundee is also called “City of Discovery”, named after Captain Scott’s famous Antarctic exploration vessel, the RRS Discovery.
Region : East Central Lowlands
County : Angus
Country : Scotland
Nearby Attractions and Sights
(Riverside Drive, DD1 4XA Scotland)
Home to exploration ship RRS Discovery. Go onboard the vessel and learn the history of early polar exploration. Well worth a visit.
(W Henderson’s Wynd, DD1 5BT United Kingdom)
Former jute mill situated in the Blackness area of the city. The museum gives you a fascinating insight into life and work during the height of the Jute age.
The McManus Museum and Art Gallery
(Albert Square, Meadowside DD1 1DA, Scotland)
Museum and art gallery showcasing very interesting exhibitions of local history. Entry is free.
(Broughty Ferry, DD5 2PE Scotland)
Ancient castle in Broughty Ferry, home to a local area museum. The castle has amazing views over the River Tay. Free admission.