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• The hotel’s bar and restaurant was constructed in 2009.
• The hotel’s bar and restaurant was constructed in 2009.

Who will move in on Soprano St Magnus Court Hotel?

THE Soprano St Magnus Court Hotel in the heart of Aberdeen’s Merchant Quarter is up for sale.
The property, which was built in 1872 and was originally the Caledonian Railway Hotel, has 29 bedrooms; a further three are said to be under construction.
The hotel’s kitchen, bar and restaurant, along with a separate public entrance accessible from the main street, were constructed in 2009.
Christie & Co, the firm marketing the hotel, said the property has an “enviable location”, within walking distance of Aberdeen’s art galleries, museums and theatres, as well as the Union Square shopping centre and transport hub.
Christie & Co’s Ken Sims said: “Our client acquired the hotel in 2005 before the new adjacent Union Square shopping centre and integrated transport system were constructed.
“They have added seven new bedrooms, a function room and installed a brand new kitchen, bar and restaurant. All the bedrooms, services and public areas have been substantially upgraded.”
Christie & Co is seeking offers of £1.8 million for the freehold interest.