Planning permission has been granted to turn a former nursing home, most-recently used as offices for Dundee University, into a 13-bedroom boutique hotel.
Developer Molinaro Group said in the application that the Nethergate hotel would offer guests “exquisite and exclusive accommodation” in individually-themed rooms, according to a report in thecourier.co.uk.
A council planning officer said: “The external alterations to the building are minimal and respectful to the character and appearance of the building and surrounding area.
“The proposed development will establish a viable future for the building, whilst maintaining its architectural, historic and social significance.”
A stone boundary wall will have to be breached to create a car park entrance.