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Sep

Glasgow offices to be transformed into Ibis Styles hotel

A disused office block on Glasgow’s Waterloo Street is set to be transformed into a new hotel.

The hotel, which will include 137 bedrooms, is due to open its doors next summer under the Ibis Styles brand following a franchise deal with Maven Capital Partners and operator Redefine BDL Hotels (RBH).

Cristina De Oliveira-Frewen, AccorHotels’ senior vice-president for franchise hotels in the UK and Ireland, said: “This will be a great new hotel in a prime site in the heart of Glasgow and marks another step in the growth of our brands in the UK.

“Accelerating the franchise growth of the Ibis Styles brand is one of our strategic priorities and this is the kind of opportunity we’re looking to replicate in the right sites across the UK.”

Maven investment director Paul Johnston said: “Glasgow is one of the strongest-performing hotel markets and the Ibis Styles brand is a perfect fit for the regeneration that Glasgow, a city famous for culture, music and sport, has undergone in recent years.”

Read the full article from the Scotsman


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