Four people are being treated in hospital after a fire broke out at a five-star hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond.
Dozens of firefighters were called to Cameron House at around 6.40am on Monday.
Two adults and a baby, believed to be from one family, were taken to hospital in Glasgow for treatment, while a fourth patient was taken to the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley.
The baby was reportedly rescued from a third-floor window.
Pictures on social media showed guests and staff standing outside the hotel while emergency services took control of the area.
Dozens of firefighters were called to Cameron House at around 6.40am on Monday
Firefighters could also be seen tackling the blaze in the roof of the hotel from an aerial unit.
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: ‘We received a call at 6.44am today to attend an incident at the Cameron House Hotel.
‘We dispatched four ambulances, our special operations response team and the trauma team to the scene.
‘Three patients, two adults and one child, were taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
‘A fourth patient was taken to the Royal Alexandra Hospital.’
Police said other guests were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.
The hotel is a popular wedding venue, has a championship standard course for golfers and houses the Michelin star Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond restaurant.
The luxury hotel is owned by US investment firm KSL Capital Partners, which was reported to have paid between £70 million and £80m for the 132-room property in 2015.
Firefighters could also be seen tackling the blaze in the roof of the hotel from an aerial unit
Cameron House is one of Scotland’s most luxurious hotels, with views across Loch Lomond
On its Facebook page, Cameron House said the fire was within the main building.
The owner of the nearby Duck Bay Hotel has offered to provide tea, coffee and refreshments to emergency services at the scene.
Guests are being sheltered in the hotel’s Boathouse restaurant while the situation is ongoing.
Cameron House will remain closed to arriving guests for at least the next 48 hours.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said officers were carrying out a search of the building, which has more than 130 bedrooms.
A spokeswoman said: ‘Operations Control has mobilised a total of 12 appliances to the scene.
‘Firefighters are currently in the process of searching the building while fighting the fire using powerful water jets.
‘The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service remains in attendance.’
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: ‘Around 6.50am on Monday, 18 December, police were called to a report of a fire at Cameron House Hotel near Alexandria.
‘A number of guests have been evacuated from the hotel and officers are at the scene and working with other emergency services.
‘A number of guests have been treated at the scene for smoke inhalation.’