One of only 10 Scottish hotels to be acknowledged by the paper, the hotel’s 2 AA rosette restaurant Daisy Tasker was acknowledged in the piece, which praised the hotel’s “clever” interiors and “value for money”.
The news comes only three months after the hotel celebrated its first birthday this summer, which followed a £23m renovation, transforming the 200-year-old former mill into a four-star property.
At the time its general manager William Inglis said: “This is a unique and beautiful hotel and through clever design, we’ve really brought its heritage to the forefront.”
The hotel, which features 102 bedrooms and 2 AA Rosette in-house restaurant Daisy Tasker, was lauded for its “chic, industrial interiors and witty nods” to Dundee’s history and heritage.
The dundee property is one of 27 of IHG’s Indigo branded hotels in Europe.