A major £3m hotel refurbishment has recently been unveiled at the Jurys Inn, in Aberdeen. The building’s 147 bedrooms have had a major make-over, a large amount of work has taken place redeveloping the hotel’s meetings and events space.
Broken down, this includes 5 meeting rooms which have been completely recreated to accommodate between six and 400 delegates, depending the level of space hired. Public facilities including the lobby, the Osprey Bar and Osprey Restaurant have also been fully redeveloped to accommodate a wide variety of dining options
FHM chief executive Peter Cashman said: “Following the completion of this initial work we have seen an immediate improvement in food and beverage turnover, and this reflects the very positive comments we have already received from our guests.“The refurbishment programme will now continue over the next year to include guest bedrooms and a new Wi-Fi system.”
The Down at DoubleTree by Hilton Heathrow has also seen a major focus on refurbishment, with hospitality management company Focus Hotels Management (FHM) fuelling the improvement with a £1.5m transformation. The changes do not only include an improvement to all 200 rooms on site, but also sees a full upgrade to all aspects of public facilities including 6 new fully functional meeting areas for business use.