The Old Fire Station (Unite Students)

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Description taken from Unite Students' website:

- Central location close to university, shops and nightlife 
- Friendly, on-site team to help you settle in and provide support throughout your stay 
- Largest Unite Students common room in Aberdeen 
- Feel safe with 24-hour security

The Old Fire Station is ideally located just minutes from the city centre. With a bus stop right outside the property, students have great access to the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University Garthdee Campus. Aberdeen College and Aberdeen Sports Village are also just a 10-minute walk away.

Aberdeen city centre is just a five-minute walk from the property and a 10-minute walk from the beach fairground and cinema complex. The Old Fire Station’s great central location means you are close to the main areas for shopping, entertainment, nightlife and restaurants. The property also benefits from convenient local shops and takeaways.
 
Our student accommodation in Aberdeen includes Wi-Fi access, contents insurance and all bills in the price, so you don’t have to worry about any unexpected costs.


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