A former abandoned linen mill in Dundee has been converted into the first Staybridge Suites property in Scotland.
Many of the 85 one bedroom and studio suites include original features including brick ceilings and iron beams.
The InterContinental Hotels Group property is adjacent to sister-property Hotel Indigo Dundee which opened last July.
Suites are designed to cater for guests making extended stays with living areas, kitchens and flexible work spaces.
A number of midweek ‘socials’ are run by the hotel to give guests a chance to meet others over drinks and snacks.
The lobby features a pantry where food and essentials can be purchased 24 hours a day.
Free wi-fi, complimentary breakfast, laundry facilities and a fitness room are included.
General manager Dianna Brucesaid: “We are absolutely thrilled to be opening Scotland’s first Staybridge Suites in Dundee.
“Designed for the modern traveller, we have created a hotel where our guests can live rather than merely stay, and it’s perfect for business and family travellers alike.”
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