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Stylish Hotel Provides Setting to Eat, Drink, Connect Near Aberdeen International Airport

The Bistro, Offers High-Tech Spaces Inside Courtyard Aberdeen Airport Hotel

DYCE ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 04/23/14 -- A warm and inviting place for business and pleasure, The Courtyard in Dyce Aberdeen is gaining attention for its comfortable atmosphere, high-tech amenities and delicious menu.

Welcoming travellers and locals The Bistro restaurant situated within the Courtyard Aberdeen Airport hotel is becoming known as an ideal choice for meeting colleagues or socialising with friends throughout the day. The Bistro offers tasty breakfast and evening meals that can be paired with refreshing beverages including Starbucks coffee, beer and wine and features high-tech Media Pods for semi-private meetings as well as comfortable seating areas. Along with complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, the Bistro has plenty of stylish space as well as Media Pods equipped with HDTVs that can be connected to a laptop or other portable devices for intimate presentations and networking in a relaxed and comfortable setting. Add up to two hours of free parking, and there's nothing not to love about this impressive gathering space.

Ideal for a breakfast meeting or an evening planning session among associates, this productive working environment allows guests to eat, drink and connect away from the pressures of a hectic office atmosphere. The Bistro opens daily at 6 a.m. and serves breakfast until 10 a.m., offering hot options including bacon, sausage and egg as well as pastries, cold meats and cheese, fruits, juices, cereal and more so it's easy to enjoy a quick and healthy start whether planning leisure activities or maintaining a hectic business schedule. The Bistro bar, open until late, serves Starbucks coffee drinks during the day, adding wine and beer for the evening hours. The Market, situated in the lobby is open 24 hours selling a range of snacks, lunch items such as sandwiches, salads as well as hot meals. If you are visiting the Courtyard for lunch be sure to grab a sandwich, salad or snack and enjoy in our Bistro with a Starbucks. Beginning at 5 p.m., The Bistro offers popular menu favourites that include the Bistro Burger, Steak and Ale Pie, Fish 'n' Chips, soups and salads.

Always striving to meet the needs of busy travellers, the Courtyard near the airport features a high-tech boardroom for businesses that want to come together in a private and formal setting. Use of the well-equipped and neatly furnished space includes complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access and comfortable seating for up to 12 delegates.

The Courtyard's chic hotel lobby also features a lounge area with a large flat screen TV, a boarding pass station, business centre and the brand's popular GoBoard touch screen technology so guests can easily access the latest news, weather and local information.

For more information or to make reservations, call 01224 432000 or visit the hotel website at http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/abzcy-courtyard-aberdeen-airport/

About the Courtyard Aberdeen Airport
The Courtyard Aberdeen Airport hotel welcomes travellers to the Granite City with the Courtyard brand's new European design concept which incorporates modern style and business-friendly amenities to ensure a remarkable hotel experience. The stylish hotel features contemporary rooms that are sleek and simple, yet designed for comfort and productivity, so guests can make the most of their time in Aberdeen. Plenty of lighting, a movable desk with comfortable seating, spa-inspired bathroom and Marriott's Revive bedding ensembles combine for an environment that leaves guests well-rested and energized for the day ahead.

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Courtyard Aberdeen Airport
Argyll Way, Aberdeen Airport,
Dyce Aberdeen Scotland AB21 0AF United Kingdom
44-1224-432 000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/abzcy-courtyard-aberdeen-airport/

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