Be sure to take advantage of Sixt car hire in Aberdeen for a premium ride. With a branch office located at Aberdeen Airport, you can pick up your rental vehicle and get swiftly on your way when you arrive by air. We also have a branch at Aberdeen Dyce, just to the north-west of the city, serving both residential and business sectors. Scroll through the drop down menu to find exact location details for both of our Aberdeen offices.
Sixt Car Rental
AB21 7AZ Aberdeen
|Mo. - Sa.||07:00 - 23:00|
|Su.||09:00 - 23:00|
|Bank Holidays||09:00 - 23:00|
Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles, 4x4s
Sixt Car Rental
Marriott Hotel, Overton Circle
AB21 7AZ Aberdeen
|Mo. - Sa.||07:30 - 20:00|
|Su.||09:00 - 20:00|
|Bank Holidays||09:00 - 20:00|
24 h return
Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles, 4x4s, Vans & Trucks
Click on each branch menu to discover a wealth of information about our car rental in Aberdeen, including details of vehicle categories available at each branch. Check here, too, for information about 24 hour return, together with daily, weekend and Bank Holiday opening hours. Click on the second tab to find a helpful overview map showing our locations. A price comparison with other similar rental providers will highlight our affordable prices. Please note that your booking is for a class of vehicle, as a particular make or model cannot be guaranteed.
When you book your car hire in Aberdeen, you can select from a range of vehicle categories to find just the right car hire for your budget and your needs. There are roomy estates and comfy saloons for family travel. If a dynamic drive is your choice, then opt for a sports car or convertible, while 4x4s are ideal for exploring the countryside. Vans and trucks can also be rented if you need to move equipment, install a student, or even move house. Because we understand that car hire requirements are different for everyone, we also offer a host of add ons from which you can select. Book a child seat to keep your little one safe, a Sat Nav to make sure that you don't get lost, or winter tyres if you are travelling on Scotland's snowy roads. One way or long term hire deals, breakdown cover and a vehicle collection or delivery service can also be arranged when you book your car rental in Aberdeen. Upgrade your insurance with loss damage waiver, unlimited mileage, or the addition of an extra driver - ideal if you are touring and don't want to leave all the driving to one person. If you are under 25, check out our insurance package, tailored just for you. Rental cars can be booked online or by phone. The Sixt App also gives you flexibility if you want to hire a car on the go.
The city is served by a network of well-maintained roads, all clearly signed. From the airport, take the A96 into the city centre. The A90, which is notorious for the number of speed cameras in use, is the main route north or south. The west of the city is served by the A93, which can be severely affected by snow in the winter. Major roads are gritted in cold weather, but away from the main routes, you should use snow tyres and drive with care. Snow gates are used to close mountain roads during heavy snowfalls, with online information regularly updated. Parking in the city centre includes on-street metered parking, and pay and display carparks. Considerable savings can be made by pre-booking. Two Park and Ride sites are also popular, particularly at the weekend.
Nicknamed Granite City, because of the locally quarried granite used for building, Aberdeen rose to international renown when oil deposits were discovered offshore more than 50 years ago. Also known as The Oil Capital of Europe, it boasts the world's largest heliport and a substantial infrastructure supporting the oil industry. Prior to this, Aberdeen's reputation was built on its trawler industry. It offers the third largest shopping experience in Scotland, with Union Square proving popular as significant retail area in the city. With a substantial student population, the night life is varied, catering for a wide range of musical tastes. While in Aberdeen, why not try an Aberdeen Buttery, or rowie, widely available in bakeries. It is a local recipe, similar to a pancake and served cold with butter and jam. Situated on the coast between the Rivers Dee and Don, Aberdeen has a sandy beach, and is ideal as a centre from which to tour the Grampian Mountains.
Codonas Amusement Park promises a great day of fun. Log flumes, white knuckle rides and dodgems abound. Try your hand at the Vertigo assault course, or visit the ten pin bowling alley if you want to take your day a little more slowly. With a Kiddies Carousel and Galleon Pirate Ship, there is sure to be plenty of entertainment for everyone.
Aberdeen has a proud seafaring history, and the Maritime Museum, situated in the heart of the bustling harbour, provides a fascinating day out for the whole family. Explore a replica oil platform, soaring upwards over three storeys. Learn about the city's fishing and whaling industries. Discover the speciality of Victorian Aberdeen - sailing clippers that transported tea, wool, opium and emigrants to Australia.
Crathes Castle, which is now in the ownership of the National Trust for Scotland, dates back to the sixteenth century. Enjoy a leisurely walk in the gardens, and spend some time viewing the Renaissance paintings for which the Castle is renowned.
As part of the North Sea Oil industry, BP is a significant employer in Aberdeen. The company's spacious, modern premises offer a pleasant working environment.
Aberdeen Harbour is one of the UK's busiest ports. It handles both commercial shipping and meets the needs of the energy industry, with trading links to over 40 countries worldwide.
Below are the quick answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If you cannot find an answer to your question below or require more details, please visit our car hire FAQs.
Insurance coverage for the vehicle rented includes Third Party Liability with a maximum cover of £5,000,000 for damaged vehicle and unlimited liability for personal injuries. Insurance coverage is limited to Europe only.
Loss Damage Waiver removes the driver's responsibility to a part of the vehicle in case of damage or theft. LDW is mandatory in Great Britain unless the customer is from the US or Canada and has insurance cover through their own credit card.
The Glass and Windscreen coverage waives your responsibility in the event of damages to the windscreen, side windows, rear-window or mirror glass with a deductible of GBP 0.00.
Roadside Protection is an extended breakdown protection during the rental and protects you at home against high service and repair costs for the following incidents caused by you, e.g.: key locked in vehicle, empty tank, flat battery, loss of key and a stuck vehicle.