A Highland hotelier has urged Jeane Freeman to provide more Covid-19 testing for hospitality staff working in rural and remote areas.
Aberdeen hospitality businesses can reopen today as lockdown restrictions are lifted.
New measures have been brought in by pubs and restaurants in Aberdeenshire to stop residents visiting from the city.
A north-east hotel has shut their indoor pub and postponed an event due to the spike in Covid-19 cases in Aberdeen.
Finally, the arts are being thrown a lifeline in the devastating storm of coronavirus.
Pub goers have been making the most of the dry weather as outdoor service resumes for the first time since lockdown on March 20.
Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of The Three Chimneys on Skye, says he feels ashamed by recent scenes discouraging visitors from over the borders and beyond.
A north-east hotel has announced plans to reopen next month.
An Aberdeen hotel has announced plans to reopen next month.
A popular Aberdeen city centre hotel has announced plans to reopen at the end of July.
The planned reopening of beer gardens and outdoor seating areas in the hospitality sector has been described as a "glimmer of hope" for pubs - although hoteliers are seeking further guidelines on operational limitations.
A north-east MSP has called for more support for hotels amid fears they could close due to the coronavirus crisis.
A UK-wide budget hotel chain is supporting the Aberdeen community by keeping its central site open during the coronavirus lockdown.
A tourism tax would put more pressure on already under-fire hotels, a prominent hotelier fears.
Brexit could lead to staff shortages in the hospitality sector, according to a north-east hotel body.
The opening of a £333 million exhibition centre in Aberdeen will be a “game changer” for the hotels in the north-east, according to an industry chief.
Taxi drivers and hotel owners have been urged to help in the search for a man who has been missing from his north-east home for two days.
Aberdeen’s new £333million conference centre will “without question” boost hotels hit by the oil downturn, according to its managing director.
An international real estate advisor is predicting a boost to the hotel business in Aberdeen.
North-east tourism experts say Aberdeen’s hotel market is at last showing signs of bouncing back after a fraught few years since the oil price slump.
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North-east firms have been spared from massive rates increases after warnings of job cuts and closures if they were imposed.
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has capped business rate increases for the hospitality sector in response to widespread concern about the impact of a controversial revaluation.
More than half of Aberdeen’s hotel rooms were booked at the end of last year, but many venues were still having to offer reduced rates to attract customers.
A HOTEL association leader has today said there is confidence business will pick up - despite a drop in occupancy rates.