The four-AA-star Beardmore hotel and conference centre in Clydebank, near Glasgow, is to be rebranded as the Golden Jubilee Conference hotel in January 2016.
The rebrand is part of the hotel's 2020 vision to continue developing as an internationally recognised conference centre of excellence.
The Golden Jubilee Conference hotel will be part of the Golden Jubilee Foundation, the new brand name for a host of facilities including the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, the Golden Jubilee Research Institute and Golden Jubilee Innovation Centre.
Director of the Beardmore hotel, Bronagh Bell, said: "This announcement marks the next stage in our evolution as a provider of first-class meeting and hospitality services. Our shared campus means that our clients, guests and delegates not only have access to our custom-built facilities, but to state-of-the art research and clinical skills suites, live audiovisual links and our new Innovation Centre."
She added: "We are delighted to be a core part of the Golden Jubilee Foundation, which will allow the Golden Jubilee Conference hotel to keep finding pioneering ways to support high level international, medical and innovative conferences and events."
The Beardmore will transition into the new brand over the next few months, officially becoming the Golden Jubilee Conference hotel on 11 January 2016.
The hotel will remain open as usual during this time.
The Beardmore was purchased by the Scottish Executive in 2002 and helps make up the NHS National Waiting Times Centre Board along with the Golden Jubilee National Hospital and the Beardmore Centre for Health Science.