Malmaison Hotel in Dundee, Scotland opens after setbacks

The Malmaison hotel in Dundee, Scotland, opened its doors after months of setbacks. Malmaison held its official launch on Monday approximately two months after its original scheduled opening.

Flooding put a halt to preparations to open the renovated building in December. The former Tay Hotel building dates back to 1889. Renovation work started in the spring of 2012 and the B-listed building has been transformed at a cost of $25 million.

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