One of Aberdeen’s best-loved hotels, Ardoe House Hotel & Spa, is set to re-open its doors on Monday 14th June.  

Previously run by hotel group Mercure, it returns to business under Perth-based 7 Hospitality Management (7H).   

A healthy list of events are already confirmed, the hotel plans to host 50 events by the end of the year! The team have confirmed that all event bookings made prior to closure will be honoured.   

Under 7H, the hotel and its grounds will undergo a two-phase redevelopment. The first will include investment in hotel infrastructure, guest rooms and public areas; the second, a longer-term plan, will focus on the estate and popular health centre. 

Chris Hodgens (Hotel Manager) said: “The hotel is the subject of much affection, both locally and much, much further afield and it goes without saying that we are delighted to be re-opening the hotel. With our first tour operator arriving later this month and a major conference taking place within the hotel in August, we look forward to showcasing the hotel in the light its best known for and we also look forward to welcoming locals back to our bar, outside terrace and restaurant. 

“We will have a number of introductory offers running throughout the hotel to welcome guests, which will include our gym and leisure facilities, £99 for a three-month membership, various accommodation offers and our renowned afternoon tea will be returning at £20 per person.” 

Rekha Sohun (Chief Commercial Officer, 7H) added: “Following an incredibly difficult year for the tourism and hospitality sectors, and as the UK begins to open up we are excited to be bringing Ardoe House Hotel & Spa back to life. 

“By reopening Ardoe’s doors to the public, as well as providing almost 70 jobs and additional supplier opportunities to local individuals and companies, we are reflecting the more positive times we find ourselves in and we look forward to developing this Aberdeen institution as we protect its future.”