Breaking ground: Courtyard by Marriott comes to Inverness Airport

Courtyard by Marriott Inverness Airport
Work has officially started at the Courtyard by Marriott Inverness Airport construction site

Courtyard by Marriott has announced its debut in the city as work officially starts on the multi-million-pound hotel. Owned and developed by Molo Hotels, the property will be operated by RBH and open its doors later this year.

The new Courtyard by Marriott Inverness Airport, a 130-bedroom modular build, will be situated within Inverness Airport Business Park to provide quick and easy access to Inverness Airport. The hotel represents RBH and Molo Hotels’ third partnership in the past two years, having worked together to launch Courtyard by Marriott Luton Airport and Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh West.

“More hotel openings than ever before”

Andrew Robb, chief business development officer at RBH, said: “The start of works on site comes at an exciting time for us, as we kick off a year which will see us undertake more hotel openings than ever before. We look forward to seeing the hotel take shape, and working with Molo Hotels and Marriott to open our doors to guests later this year.”

Courtyard by Marriott Inverness Airport
Courtyard by Marriott Inverness Airport

Courtyard by Marriott Inverness Airport is expected to become a major boost for both IABP and Inverness Airport. As the first new-build hotel development in Inverness for many years, the property will help the tourism sector, along with other local businesses, when it opens later this year.

“A real asset to the wider region”

Graeme Bell, manager at Inverness Airport, added: “We are delighted to have a world-class brand establishing a new hotel adjacent to the airport and I’m certain it will be a real asset to the wider region.

“Inverness Airport continues to grow and is playing an ever-increasing role in improving connectivity in the Highlands. Passengers will soon be able to enjoy the comforts of the Courtyard by Marriot as part of their journey plans.”

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