Hotel Indigo Dundee has been named as Scotland’s best hotel in the Sunday Times Top 100 Great British Hotels just four months after opening its doors.
The hotel opened this summer following a multi-million pound renovation that transformed the 200-year-old former mill into a chic four-star property.
With 102 bedrooms and in-house restaurant Daisy Tasker, Hotel Indigo Dundee was praised for its chic, industrial interiors and witty nods to Dundee’s history and heritage.
General Manager William Inglis said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be named as Scotland’s top hotel by The Sunday Times. We hope it will encourage more people to visit Dundee from further afield. 2018 has been a pivotal year for the city, and we look forward to continuing to offer the highest level of service for our guests.”
Hotel Indigo Dundee is Focus Hotels Management’s first Scottish property and has been quickly followed by the addition of Stirling’s Hotel Colessio. Focus Hotels’ third property, Staybridge Suites Dundee, is scheduled to open early 2019.
FHM director Steven Frewer said: “Having been involved with the development since 2013, we are delighted the hotel has been recognised for the outstanding quality of design celebrating the rich history of Dundee, along with the exceptional locally-sourced food and service provided.”
Focus Hotels Management is a leading independent hospitality company with a UK portfolio of 16 hotels, with more than 1,500 bedrooms.
As well as operating independent hotels, including Sketchley Grange Hotel and Spa and Oxford Witney Hotel, the company also operates hotels under franchise agreements with Hilton, Accor and IHG.