Cairn Hotel Group has invested £5m into its hotel in Aberdeen as part of a rolling refurbishment at the venue.
The Station Hotel, which has been part of the family-owned Cairn Group since the early 1990s, is currently undergoing a programme of renovations, with its new-look lounge, reception and bar now unveiled.
The works also coincide with the hotel’s 125th anniversary.
A new Station Brasserie dining destination has also been created and 50 bedrooms refreshed in a bid to meet demand.
During the next phase of work, more bedrooms will be worked on and function rooms will also be upgraded.
To date, an additional 15 jobs have also been created as a result of the project which is expected to total £10m on completion.
Commenting on the refurbishment, Station Hotel, Aberdeen general manager Linda Matthew said: “This wonderful building really is a grand old lady of the city so we have to ensure that the venue retains its charm and personality in any changes we make.
“We have worked hard to bring the hotel back to life and celebrate its individuality in a way which will appeal to leisure and business customers who have a long connection with the place, and those whom we look forward to welcoming for the first time.”
Nick Gamble, Cairn Hotel Group’s operations director for Scotland added: “The investment in the Station Hotel has been significant and we are delighted with the results. We have been sympathetic to this period property, protecting many of the original features and style accents.”