There is, of course, a romantic side to hotels.
More than two thirds of hotel industry investors say Brexit has made regional UK cities less attractive.
A well-known Deeside hotel is to be sold, two years after shutting its bar and restaurant because of soaring business rates.
A tourism boss has set out hopes that a series of oil and gas events could help bring a recovery for Aberdeen’s hotel market this year.
A fast-growing Asian hotel chain is targeting the north and north-east as part of its continued international expansion.
Hotels in and around Aberdeen are showing signs of recovery after the impact of the 2014 oil price slump but their occupancy rates still lag most of the rest of the UK, a study has found.
A West Highland businessman has put a trio of north hotels up for sale, seeking offers in the region of £6.85 million for all three.
Punch and Judy stand, pets, Loch Ness Monster and elderly relative among list of items left behind at hotels in 2018
A Punch and Judy booth, a 10ft tall model of the Loch Ness Monster and even a bewildered great-granny were all left behind by forgetful hotel customers last year.
Hospitality group Macdonald Hotels and Resorts has said one of its key Highland operations has seen a “sharp upturn” in corporate bookings following a significant investment in its meetings and conference facilities.
Hotel reveals list of bizarre guest requests from cage dives with the Loch Ness Monster to afternoon tea with the Queen
Cage dives with the Loch Ness Monster and afternoon tea with the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are just some of the bizarre requests a hotel chain has received.
High occupancy rates and strong customer demand will see Premier Inn’s Inverness operation expanding over the next few months with the addition of 54 new bedrooms across its Millburn and Inshes Gate sites.
Plans have been submitted for a “stylish, cutting-edge urban hotel” in the centre of Inverness which will create more than 60 jobs.
Aberdeen hotels had the worst occupancy rates in the UK during 2017, new figures show.
North-east tourism experts say Aberdeen’s hotel market is at last showing signs of bouncing back after a fraught few years since the oil price slump.
A leading north-east hospitality chief has predicted Aberdeen’s beleaguered sector will “struggle” with a large increase in the number of hotels in the city.
A Deeside hotel, which was destroyed by a huge blaze two years ago, is almost ready to re-open.
Two of the world's most influential art dealers hope their "unique" multi-million pound revamp of a 19th-century Deeside hotel can be one of the top resorts of its kind in Scotland.
A refurbished north-east hotel has been showered with seven gongs at an awards ceremony.
Growing demand for rooms in Inverness over the past five years contributed to an overall increase in occupancy and revenues across the Scottish hotel market, a new report says.
The completion of a £1million extension at a Lochaber hotel has spurred an upturn in bookings ahead of the 2016 summer season, its owner has said.
An Inverness hotel said yesterday it had completed its fourth acquisition in two years after snapping up the guest house next door.
The Aberdeen-based construction arm of Robertson Group said yesterday that hotel projects were still at the heart of its plans, despite the hospitality sector’s struggles in the north-east.
A 19th century Aberdeenshire landmark will be restored to its former glory after a multi-million pound revamp was approved.
Aberdeen had the largest fall in hotel occupancy and revenue of anywhere in the UK, new figures have shown. The latest report by accountants and business advisers, BDO LLP, showed occupancy in the Granite City fell by 19.7% compared with 2014. Read the full article on Energy Voice.
The masterplan for a massive £100million development - which would bring a five-star hotel to an Aberdeenshire town - will be scrutinised next week.
Fresh plans to rebuild an Aberdeenshire hotel, destroyed in a gas explosion almost six years ago, have been lodged.
An Aberdeenshire hotel destroyed during in a fire earlier this year could be reopened by spring.
The future of an Aberdeenshire village's only pub remains in limbo after plans to convert it into a family home were rejected by the local authority.
One of the most popular chains in the world has been granted permission to build a budget hotel in a fast-growing Aberdeenshire town.
Aberdeen is going through a “period of reinvention” to move away from a reliance on visitors linked to the oil and gas sector, a tourism expert said yesterday.
Low oil and gas prices steered Aberdeen hotels to double-digit percentage falls in both occupancy and revenue for the second month on the trot, a new report says.
The only pub in a north-east village is expected to close its doors in a matter of weeks.