Aberdeen

Aberdeen's hotel market is showing small signs of improvement, says the latest report from LJ Research. Photo: Thinkstock/Colin Hunter

Aberdeen's hotel market 'gets back on its feet'

By Emma Eversham

Aberdeen's hotel market, hit heavily by the oil and gas downturn, is showing signs of 'getting back on its feet' as a steadying decline in occupancy levels stabilised last month. 

Robert Cook addressing delegates at The Annual Hotel Conference in Manchester last week. Cook told the audience how he 'seized the day' and urged more hotel companies to consider Aberdeen for expansion.

Aberdeen is new hotel hotspot says De Vere's Robert Cook

By Emma Eversham

De Vere Hotels and Village Urban Resorts Robert Cook has urged hotel companies to consider Aberdeen as a city to expand to as its strong oil and gas industry has made it a ‘hot’ city for hotels.

Rock & Oyster's head chef Ryan Fowler wants the restaurant to offer 'high-calibre cooking in relaxed, friendly surroundings with exceptional service'

Rock & Oyster seafood restaurant opening in Aberdeen

By Luke Nicholls

Rock & Oyster, a new seafood restaurant situated in the heart of Aberdeen, is opening tomorrow (8 August), with the 25-year-old head chef wanting to bring a bit of informality back to the city’s dining scene.