The hotel above Dundee’s railway station has been named City Budget Hotel of the Year at an awards bash in Glasgow.
A wedding venue has gone on the market, just two years after its new owner announced ambitious plans to grow his Scottish portfolio.
New York’s world-famous Times Square is known for its transience, with people from all corners of the earth converging and then dispersing, before another wave of newcomers arrive for a temporary stay.
It can be said that big cities with millions of people squashed together can feel the loneliest of places.
Hustle, bustle, noise and chaos are a few of the elements that make New York a city like no other.
Shocked families have been left hundreds of pounds out of pocket after a Fife hotel closed abruptly.
Travelodge has revealed the most bizarre requests some of its customers have made while staying in the chain’s 44 Scottish hotels this year.
Dundee City Council is preparing to splash more than £20 million of taxpayers’ money on building a new luxury hotel at the Waterfront’s controversial Site 6.
A thief duped staff at a Dundee hotel before breaking into lockers in the building’s swimming pool and stealing hundreds of pounds’ worth of contents.
Chinese e-commerce and technology giant Alibaba has unveiled its latest project – a robotic waiter used to carry items around hotels.
The future of the Dundee's old Custom House is still being explored following the introduction of a watersports park to the area.
A Yotel is to open in Glasgow city centre with the creation of more than 100 jobs.
One of the most exciting hotel renovation projects undertaken in Scotland for years is set to open in Dundee today.
The go-ahead has been given for the creation of a 24-bed hotel on the Arbroath gateway Seaforth site ravaged by fire more than a decade ago.
A boutique hotel chain has started taking bookings for its Dundee premises.
Dundee Civic Trust has voiced “serious concerns” about the cinema complex that has been proposed for a barren city centre brownfield site.
Around 300 new jobs are to be created in a £20 million project after two new hotels won approval in Dundee city centre.
A former furniture store will be reopened as a new £20 million hotel and restaurant development, after councillors approved the plan.
Dundee councillors will be asked next week to approve plans for a £20 million hotels development in the city centre.
Dundee’s planning chief has given an assurance that the new Marriott hotel on the city’s Waterfront will not destabilise the local hotel industry.