Aberdeen’s Northern Hotel, an Art Deco ‘landmark’ in the Granite City, has been placed on the market for £1.5m as its current owners plan to retire.
Built in 1938, the Aberdeen Northern Hotel is situated on the northern side of Aberdeen, with a distinctive V-plan layout and curved angles.
The building, which is Category A listed, is home to 32 bedrooms, plus restaurants, bars, dining and conference facilities. The Mackenzie room and Ballroom combine to form a cinema-style curved function suite, which can accommodate 200 people.
Alistair Letham, a director in the UK hotels agency team at Colliers International, commented: “Not only is the Aberdeen Northern Hotel a unique architectural gem, it continues to trade well, drawing custom from locals, visitors and local businesses alike.
“It is being sold at a time of great opportunity for buyers: After the downturn in the oil and gas industry, the future of Aberdeen is set to be diversified, with strategic plans for £4.8 billion of inward investment.
“The hotel industry will likely be a key beneficiary of this and now is, therefore, the time to be buying in Aberdeen.”