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- Set in a 65-acre woodland estate in the Cairngorms National Park
- Bar & restaurant on-site
- Free parking at hotel
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At the Hilton Coylumbridge Hotel you can explore the outdoors at a family friendly resort, set in a 65-acre woodland estate in the Cairngorms National Park. This Highland hotel is only a few minutes' drive from the popular town of Aviemore, UK and easily accessible just off the A9 from Perth to Inverness.
At the Hilton Coylumbridge Hotel rooms are welcoming, bright and comfortable. The contemporary room is decorated in cool, calm tones. Stay entertained with on-demand movies, catch up on work at the desk or relax and watch a movie on the TV.
The Hilton Coylumbridge Hotel boasts many restaurants. Dine at Inverdruie, which offers Scottish cuisine with a modern twist. Enjoy the intimate bistro setting of the Foyer Lounge & Bar. Have a snack and drinks at The Woodshed Bar, or dine with the entire family at the American Diner. Meet with friends for coffee and pastries at Costa Coffee Savor a burger while watching the kids play in the Fun House at the American Diner. The Fun House features a soft play area over three floors with ball-pits, slides and tunnels.For fun and adventure, visit Outdoor Discovery at Hilton Coylumbridge Hotel. Enjoy a bounce on the trampolines or learn to ski on the dry ski slope. Indulge in a beauty treatment at Thai Lodge Spa or work out at the gym.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 175
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Trouser Press
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Tennis Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Pool/Snooker Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Childrens' Play Area Free: No
- Name: AVIEMORE
- Distance: 1.8 miles
- Name: INVERNESS
- Distance: 38.5 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: £25.00 credit card deposit reqd.
- Nearest Rail Name: Aviemore Distance: 1.8 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Inverness Distance: 38.5 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Aviemore, view our hotels in Aviemore page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3220 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
lodge or chalet for me please!
Stay Date: 04/2018, Alistair-PK wrote this review.
So we have previously stayed in the hotel at Coylumbridge and we are now delighted to have found the lodges at the back. From the outside they look dated and slightly romantic but not sure how desirable. However, on walking in you notice that these h… See more
So we have previously stayed in the hotel at Coylumbridge and we are now delighted to have found the lodges at the back. From the outside they look dated and slightly romantic but not sure how desirable. However, on walking in you notice that these have been reasonably well maintained and Well equipped, anyway so the good and the bad: We had a 2 bed lodge shaped like an 'A' log cabin. a few steps up to the door but meant there was space to store bikes and a buggy. Good: Very Well equipped, games table in the living room and all the things you need with a young family (Two bathrooms (1shower/1bath&shower), Microwave, washing machine, sky TV (even had the sport...delighted), place setting for 6-8, dishwasher, kettle, electric hop, fridge (no freezer), drying rack, large dining table (with extension in the cupboard), vacuum cleaner (not sure who goes on holiday to vacuum, each to their own!), cloak area, etc. everything worked (not sure about the vacuum)! The lodges are quite spacious we did not feel claustrophobic, infact quite the opposite, we have a family of 4 and it was good, kids slept upstairs and we could continue out evening down stairs. The hotel facilities have been improved ever so slightly, the changing rooms have had a revamp, not rugby changing rooms, more old leisure centre now, the steam room has gone now only a sauna (not too warm a sauna at that possibly too many ppl opening the door!). The kids pool was warm. the Gym is small but well equipped. The food as you would expect from a Hilton was good, breakfast is a a free for all but for young kids ideal. Be aware that there is a kids Buffet menu and if you dine between 5pm and 7pm you are also in for that, if you slight in so you catch the buffet and the evening menu, that would be the best way. Kids club is free, but you need to book them in, runs between 7pm - 9pm good quality beding and comfy bed (this suprised me as i have stayed in chalets in Scotland before...no springs in the back had a good sleep) Woodshed Bar is a good venue to escape for a drink or two. Small Park onsite (good for amusing the kids in between things) Softplay onsite (they have finally upgraded the lighting, it no longer feels you are stuck in, on a winters night) could still do with some windows! Great cycle and walking paths nearby Very safe environment for kids and we left kids scooters outside, unlocked (not advised) but no one touched them. some other kids were about and our kids started playing with them. Bad: The lodge we were in had an old green leather sofa, it was in very good condition but i would say it did not seem to go with the rest of the lodge, seems a shame, it was old but it must have been reupholstered. We were charged £28+ for heating and electricity for 4 days.....not sure what factor they multiplied the rates by but that we thought was quite high considering. Swimming pool changing rooms were busy after 3pm, they could still do with some more investment but an improvement from the past year. Tennis courts at the back need some TLC, usable but considering the charge should be improved. We went in Easter although the slopes were open, the onsite outdoor centre did not have bikes for hire....they missed a trick here because the hire place at Rothiemurcus had new bikes Trek bikes for hire (tad pricey but i guess that's tourism in Scotland!) The walls are thin but because of the layout it was not an issue. Finally: We really enjoyed this stay, felt rested and relaxed, we did use the Spa lodge which was only 3 lodges away! This is a very good family location for holiday, if you can get one, I would suggest a lodge. The hotel can do with investment and updating. We will be back next year! Collapse
Way Too Expensive
Stay Date: 04/2018, Stewart G wrote this review.
We had 3 rooms consisting of 1 with 2 single beds and 2 with 2 double beds. It was almost £550 for these rooms with dinner and breakfast, there were 4 of us. Dinner service was ok, dinner food portions were enough however I felt slightly let down on… See more
We had 3 rooms consisting of 1 with 2 single beds and 2 with 2 double beds. It was almost £550 for these rooms with dinner and breakfast, there were 4 of us. Dinner service was ok, dinner food portions were enough however I felt slightly let down on the evening (20.15) dining experience with kids running around the dining area and 1 annoyed, "I'm not a waitress" waitress. The food was ok. Breakfast was great, chef made as requested and a massive selection of varied food available. There were 2 3pin plugs outside which was the electric car charge points. My room was noisy from next room and felt thin walled, I could hear people talking and going to the toilet next door. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, 289cat wrote this review.
Disapointing from the outset. Booked a family deal only to discover on arrival that childrens meals were extra and even the adult menu had various supplements. Decor very dated, drinks expensive. Booked and paid the extra to have our dog only to disc… See more
Disapointing from the outset. Booked a family deal only to discover on arrival that childrens meals were extra and even the adult menu had various supplements. Decor very dated, drinks expensive. Booked and paid the extra to have our dog only to discover that there wasnt a dog friendly lounge or social area. When we eventually did get dinner the meal was very poor and the staff seemed to be distracted. Will not be back and would not recommend it. Collapse
Needs to take stock
Stay Date: 04/2018, LindaGrayScotland wrote this review.
Granted reasonable price BUT not great. Rooms dated Altho beds v comfy , shower worse than awful. Drains smell ����. Breakfast great. Family evening buffet disgusting at best. Needs a good clean and refurb do it soon before you lose customers. Cobw… See more
Granted reasonable price BUT not great. Rooms dated Altho beds v comfy , shower worse than awful. Drains smell ����. Breakfast great. Family evening buffet disgusting at best. Needs a good clean and refurb do it soon before you lose customers. Cobwebs in dining room ���� Massage hut was v good Collapse
Ideal for families
Stay Date: 04/2018, devonJ wrote this review.
Having stayed for two nights found it to value for money for D,B and B. Rooms slightly dated and tired but ideal location and very family friendly. Good meal choice and entertainment. Very busy restaurant especially at breakfast .
Having stayed for two nights found it to value for money for D,B and B. Rooms slightly dated and tired but ideal location and very family friendly. Good meal choice and entertainment. Very busy restaurant especially at breakfast . Collapse
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