Macdonald Aviemore Resort is situated at the very heart of the Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands - a truly magical location. Enjoy a short break in one of our distinctive hotels or relax amidst ancient Caledonian pine forests in one of our cosy woodland lodges.
You'll everything you need and more within the resort - from a great choice of 4 star hotels and woodland lodges to a fantastic selection of restaurants and bars. Catch the latest movies in our cinema or the latest brand fashion in our luxury retail outlet. Need to entertain the family? Check out our huge activity centre featuring a large leisure pool, soft play and multi activity rooms for babies up to teens. For golfers, there's Macdonald Spey Valley Championship Golf Course. Voted one of the best in Scotland, this course boasts some of the most breathtaking views in the world and the longest hole in Scotland measuring 635 yards!
Our resort also boasts a world-class conference centre, capable of holding up to 1,150 people - a natural choice for large national and international businesses, both large and small, for meetings and conferences in a unique location.
Check-in from 3pm for hotels & lodges and check-out at 11am
Check in at our main Resort Reception
Fully accessible to wheelchair users
Guide dogs are welcome and stay for free
Dogs welcome in Macdonald Aviemore Hotel only at a fee of £15 per pet per night
Room service available 24 hours a day only in Highlands Hotel
There are free parking spaces available
SAVE 20% ON SUMMER BREAKS IN AVIEMORE
From £229 per family per night.
From £249 per family per night
Road Situated off Grampian Road
Rail 0.06 miles from Aviemore Station
Air 26 miles from Inverness Airport
Set in the heart of Aviemore and the Cairngorms National Park, Macdonald Aviemore Resort is surrounded by an abundance of breath-taking scenery, outdoor activities and local attractions. From stunning natural landscapes, wildlife, historical sights, golf courses, ski slopes and family days out - it's the perfect year round destination in Scotland.