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Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom (ABZ)

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1 King Bed, Non-Smoking, Junior Suite
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1 Double Bed, Non-Smoking, Standard Room
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1 King Bed - BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel - 1

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76 The Scores, St. Andrews, United Kingdom KY16 9BB

A warmly traditional seafront hotel situated adjacent to the first tee of The Old Course and Royal and Ancient golf club Enjoys superb views of St Andrews Bay minutes walk from historic town centre Facilities include a coffee shop and highly regarded restaurant plus two themed bars Small car park ample street parking hairdryer color television radio and work desk are just a few of our hotel amenities Make a reservation today at the BEST WESTERN Scores Hotel

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 632 reviews
Submitted on 01-06-2017
The staff are generally friendly, and the rooms are spacious and comfortable. Breakfast was good, with a splendid view of the Old Course! Check in was quite slow because you have to sign a lot of forms and register your credit card, and the bar was never open, which was a disappointment. Comments I hope the staff take on board. Overall a very nice stay and I'd recommend it as it's good value for money.
from Knutsford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 01-05-2017
This is a old style hotel with nicely furnished rooms and views across to the sea front and along the coast to the Old Course. I guess in summer it is very expensive but I got a good deal for the winter. The restaurant food was reasonable and well cooked although nothing really fancy Very enjoyable stay
from Eastsound, Washington
Submitted on 12-11-2016
My expectations of this hotel were not met. We weren't informed that the restaurant and bar would be closed because of the season. The rooms (both mine and a friend's) were quite small which made it difficult to move around. There was no temperature control in my room, and it was so hot that the window was open when I arrived, and I had to keep it that way day and night despite the very cool weather. And despite only having a small number of guests, my room was not cleaned one day. On the p... Read more
from Paisley, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-25-2016
The hotel has a great position and if you get a front facing room you will have a beautiful view of the water and the Old Course. The room was large and very clean and tidy. The staff were all very pleasant. The hotel is quite at night and no external noise. The food in the Grill was brilliant and Pam the supervisor was brilliant. The hotel was very comfortable and clean and keep up the good work.
from Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-19-2016
Gorgeous views of the sea and the lovely building which houses the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. Front facing bedrooms have the same view but I had a room at the back which overlooks the hotel garden and the rear of various other buildings. Nice sized room though with large bathroom. Hotel was clean and well presented albeit a bit dated. Good choice at breakfast and freshly cooked breakfast too. Good location, in easy walking distance of the shops and attractions and a lovely walk to be had alon... Read more
from Oxford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-09-2016
A breathtaking location, I headed out on a morning run from the hotel which brought the sight of dramatic, crashing waves, rock pools, the famous Old Course, war memorial and ruined castle and cathedral. St. Andrews is small so you are never far from anywhere but the hotel is in the perfect spot. Inside, it's pretty standard and not cheap - a reflection of the wealthy clientele the town attracts - golfers, rich Americans and minor royalty. If you can afford it, an atmospheric place to stay.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-04-2016
This is a lovely hotel in a lovely location. Friendly staff. We had a beautiful room overlooking the sea. It was clean and spacious. Wonderful breakfast to start the day before exploring the wonderful local area. We look forward to staying again.
from wiltshire
Submitted on 11-03-2016
First the positives - the views from the front of the hotel are stunning, and the service was friendly. Now the rest - our trip was a disaster from start to finish. We were travelling with our teenage son so booked a junior suite with a double room and an extra bed. On arriving found we'd been allocated 2 twin beds instead & no extra bed. It took some time for them to switch things round, as the hotel was full, and we were moved to a room in the basement - no views - which obviously hadn't been ... Read more
from Essex, Connecticut
Submitted on 11-02-2016
For a golfer it is a perfect location, 150 yards from the first tee on the Old Course. Book a room with a view of the beach and the sea. There are plenty of restaurants within a 5 minute walk. The hotel is somewhat worn and tired, but we thought it had character and we enjoyed our 3 night stay.
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 11-01-2016
Looking at some of the other reviews for this hotel, I'm somewhat surprised since we had such a good experience here. Our large and comfortable room was on the 3rd floor and looked out on the "Chariots of Fire" beach and the back of the R&A clubhouse, just a few steps away from the Old Course. The staff treated us well from the time we checked in until we left, especially the folks at the front desk. We enjoyed being able to order what we wanted for breakfast and the food was quite good. Another... Read more