A boutique hotel chain has started taking bookings for its Dundee premises.
It was announced Hotel Indigo, soon to open on Constable Street, is now accepting its first bookings with rooms available from August 31.
It consists of 102 bedrooms including 17 suites, many of which enjoy views over the River Tay.
The hotel has promised to become the city’s newest landmark.
Working to the theme of “jam, jute, journalism and gaming”, guests will be able to enjoy a specially designed gaming area during their stay, and one of the hotel’s meeting rooms has been named after DC Thomson’s iconic cartoon characters.
General manager William Inglis said: “I am very much looking forward to welcoming guests to Hotel Indigo Dundee.
“The transformation from an abandoned mill into a luxury property has been the result of years of hard work from hundreds of people.
“There are few restoration projects which have been so sympathetically handled. We have taken great care to fully celebrate the history of the building and its place in Dundee’s heritage.
“When guests stay at the hotel, we want them to understand what makes Dundee so special.”