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Who's familiar with Aberdeen Scotland?

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We will be spending 1 night in Aberdeen. We're considering staying at the Soprano St Magnus Court Hotel on Guild Street... or the Aberdeen Douglas on Market St.
Any thoughts between the two?

A few questions...
1. If we decide to see a show at Aberdeen Arts Centre, is it safe to walk at night? (Google maps shows it as about a 5-7 min walk from either hotel)
2. Is street parking easy/safe if we want to leave our car at the hotel? If not, what can we expect to pay for a night of parking?
3. Is the hotel restaurant at the Soprano recommended? We're thinking of eating there then going to the show...if we choose the hotel. Otherwise, we can walk somewhere else nearby, if someone has a recommendation.

TIA!

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