Dominvs Hospitality buys £30m Aberdeen hotel site

21 November 2013 by
Dominvs Hospitality buys £30m Aberdeen hotel site

Dominvs Hospitality has bought an Aberdeen hotel site for £30m as part of plans to expand into key cities across the UK.

The four acre site at Aberdeen International airport will be used to build a three-star and a four-star hotel, with 251 bedrooms in total.

"The Aberdeen market has been in our sights since our company's inception. The location, size and potential of this site could not be more ideal, we as a company cannot wait to begin work on this project," commented Preet Ahluwalia, director of Dominvs Hospitality, part of the Dominvs Group.

The acquisition of the site in Aberdeen is the sixth purchas by Dominvs Hospitality since its inception in 2012.

"Aberdeen is a leading business hub and one of eight ‘super cities' spearheading the UK's economy. Our 112-bedroom three-star and 139-bedroom four-star hotel will be the fresh new answer the thriving Aberdeen market is calling out for."

Aberdeen Airport has forecasted passenger traffic of five million people by 2040 and an additional 1,100 jobs are expected to be created by 2030.

More than £10m has been invested into the airport in recent years with a further £5m earmarked to be spent in 2014/2015.

The new hotels are expected to open to the public in 2016.

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