These images show what a proposed city centre boutique hotel would look like.
The scheme would mean extending The Albyn bar, on Albyn Place.
The development, which has been put forward by Aberdeen Hotel Holdings Ltd, would be four storeys high and would include 41 rooms.
If approved, the hotel would be built towards the rear of the Albyn.
The existing bar and restaurant area at the front of the bar would also be redesigned.
A total of 10 out of the 12 car parking spaces would be retained at the back of the building.
It comes just months after former owners European Development Holdings (EDH) went into administration.
AlixPartners is handling the administration of the firm and is understood to still be running the bar.
The developers are being represented by planning consultants Halliday, Fraser and Munro.
In a statement supporting the application, the consultants have said: “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.
“The proposed extension will allow a new use to be introduced to the popular existing bar and restaurant.
“Car parking, access and servicing from Albyn Lane will be retained and would not cause adverse traffic implications from the present circumstances. The design of the extension is modest; proposing a high-quality modern design with materials which will complement the surrounding context.
“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 aluminum 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.”
The statement confirms building a four-storey extension wouldn’t impact negatively on neighbouring buildings, including The Royal Northern and University Club.
“Privacy of the neighbouring properties has been fully considered in the designs,” adds the statement.
“We therefore respectfully request that Aberdeen City Council support this planning application.”