The building has 200-bedrooms spread over four levels, high-end fittings and finishes. On the ground floor, the hotel has bars and restaurants and pool, gym and spa facilities.

It was built using a steel frame and composite slabs combined with an inverted insulated roof and composite/standing seam cladding. Traditional construction was combined with modular offsite methods including bathroom pods, and we used cutting-edge BIM technology extensively throughout the project.

Enhancing Aberdeen’s leisure and tourism offer

The hotel construction is part of the £333m project to deliver TECA – The Events Complex Aberdeen – which is expected to contribute an additional 4.5 million visitors, £113 million of visitor spend and £63m net GVA to the Scottish economy.

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