Four-storey 41-bed boutique could be approved as extension to Aberdeen city centre bar


A new plan has been submitted to build an extension to a bar in Aberdeen’s city centre, which would be home to 41 bedrooms and be four storeys high.

Aberdeen Hotel Holdings put forward a proposal to add a hotel building at the back of the popular Albyn Bar, and as a result would redesign the existing bar and restaurant.

A statement sent to council planners from agents Halliday Fraser and Munro says: “This planning application seeks full planning permission for the creation of a new boutique hotel accommodation through the redevelopment of the existing rear extension at 11 Albyn Place, Aberdeen.

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“The proposed extension will allow a new use to be introduced to the popular existing bar and restaurant.

“The extension, which will be occupied by hotel accommodation, will be four storeys in height, sitting in line with the existing traditional granite building.

“The proposed materials will be flat aluminium panels to give a modern look to the development while the grey colouring will be in-keeping with the ‘traditional context’ of the area’s granite presence.”

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