Hotel Co 51 has reopened Moxy Aberdeen Airport to key workers

Hotel Co 51 has reopened Moxy Aberdeen Airport to key workers

Hotel operator Hotel Co 51 has reopened Moxy Aberdeen Airport to key workers, primarily those in the oil and gas industry, and will be ready to welcome others when restrictions are lifted. Like many other hotels, Moxy Aberdeen Airport has had its doors closed for some months.

The hotel boasts 200 bedrooms, as well as a breakfast bar, day bar and fitness centre for guests. Vastint Hospitality developed and owns the hotel. Hotel Co 51 is the lessee and operator.

Hotel General Manager and Captain Colin Gunn says: “It’s great to reopen the hotel to key workers from February 1. We cannot wait for restrictions to be lifted so we can welcome back all of our guests. Our food and drink options have been updated to in keep with government guidelines, yet still offer a great selection for our guests. We’ve even gone so far as to use some of our favourite menu items as the basis for Stallan’s stunning artwork throughout the hotel.”

As part of the reopening, Aberdeen graffiti artist Stallan has collaborated with Moxy to do series of stunning artworks that fit with the playful, affordable, and stylish hotel brand.

Area Sales Manager UK North, Derek MacMillan added: “We’re incredibly excited to get reopened and look forward to hosting guests again, it’s been too long! To celebrate the reopening, we have our Welcome Back promotion on the Marriott website which gets guests a 25% discount on stays as well as free breakfast.”

For the reopening new COVID-19 safety and hygiene procedures have been put in place to comply with Government guidelines to guarantee guests’ and employees’ safety and wellbeing. Consisting of in-house and outside experts in food and water safety, hygiene and infection prevention, and hotel operations, the Moxy Aberdeen Airport is strictly following Marriott Cleanliness Council cleaning and safety standards.