Stunning hotel at gateway to Glasgow’s financial and business districts
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is located near world-class shopping and Glasgow's financial and business district. It is an architectural award winner and past recipient of the Glasgow Hotel of the Year award. The hotel boasts 250 guest rooms and suites, the Collage Restaurant, elite access to LA Fitness and LA Beauty centers and first-floor meeting and event venues. With free high-speed Internet access and helpful concierge, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is the perfect place to stay whether for business or pleasure.
Access to LA Fitness and LA Beauty
Two bars and lounges
Guests of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow choose among several different styles of accommodations including the modern room, the city room and the Nordic room. All are equipped with walk-in showers, floor-to-ceiling windows, TV, hairdryer bathrobes, slippers and mini-bar. City rooms are decorated in vibrant orange and leopard prints, with views of the city center and hotel atrium. For a more serene stay, the Nordic rooms offer relaxing beige and powder blue color schemes as well as coffee and tea provisions and in-room safes. For those looking to upgrade, the corner suite features lounge areas, separate showers, upgraded toiletries and the Super Breakfast Buffet. For the ultimate in swank, the apartment, located on the sixth floor is furnished with three Bang & Olufsen TVs, dining area, two lounge areas and a fully-equipped kitchen and pantry.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow offers guests complimentary access to LA Fitness, chauffeured limousine service, concierge, laundry, babysitting and valet parking. The Collage Restaurant, the joint venture of Sir Peter Blake and Roy Ackerman, serves an unforgettable culinary experience while the Collage and Atrium Bar provides relaxation and delicious cocktails.
Glasgow Airport (9.2 mi/14.8 km)
Glasgow Central train station (0.4 mi/0.6 km)
Queen Street rail station (0.6 mi/1 km)
Golden Z (0.4 mi/0.6 km)
Glasgow School of Art (0.7 mi/1.1 km)
Ibrox Stadium (2.3 mi/3.7 km)
Hampden Park (3 mi/4.8 km)
14 meeting rooms and three large event rooms
Full business center and services
Free high-speed Internet access
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Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
From arrival (One minute walk from Central Station) the staff seemed some of the most helpful I have encountered in my extensive travelling. The first room I was allocated had the most depressing view over the flat roof of the back of the hotel. I
asked to be changed because they gave me a singe bed when I had booked a double.
Nicely appointed room (still not great view), well equipped, poor television reception and expesive mini bar. Great shower, nice large towel (singular).
The downside is the totaly depressing ambience of the Collage restaurant. I was dining alone, early on Burns night. Attractive, helpful, competent young staff. Set meal had an option of cleverly prepared Haggis, neeps and tatties as a starter. It was a small offering but more than enough for me! i was boring and had fish and chips! Briiliantly cooked and a portion far too large for me. Creme Brulee for dessert need a lot more caramilising! Nice large glass of excellent house white!
But depressing beyond words. there is a central area from which breakfast is served and this is screened off with heavy screens - awful.The lighting is neither bright nor subtle - just gloomy! Really annoying taped musc, too loud
That aside the sfaff were so helpful and met my simple needs admirably.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Avoid Collage restarunt and go to the Collage brasserie on the corner of the hotel.
Review of Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
Would not recommend
Jul 2, 2014
Off to Glasgow to review the libertines
Arrived after a delayed flight from London and picked up by a very charming airport cabbie feeding anecdotes about Glasgow. Check in at hotel was a come down after the lift of arriving in a new city. Can I check out late as working and an evening
return flight? No. Fully booked. Any chance of a swim. No. Closed. Maybe a smile!
Cool lift up to second floor and ok room with big glass windows, bit noisy from traffic and shame about twin beds. Shower not very strong but not worst ever.
Time was pressing and wanted to stretch legs so walked to barrow lands to see the libertines warm up for their Hyde park show.
True what they say about gigs in this city, the crowd was incredible put us Londoners to shame.
Arrived back at hotel pretty late after meeting band and managed to get a drink at the ground floor bar after finding someone to serve us.
Check out was fine and was allowed to use computer and printer to confirm evening flight . Got some good tips off the concierge and he booked me an airport taxi. Nice chap.
Spent day sightseeing. The cathedral was beautiful well worth a look.
Alas time was up.
Sat in front lobby waiting for my taxi to airport who also apparently was waiting for me. Front desk had no idea who I was and there was no one in the room 251 ( re no to late check out cheers!) fortunately noticed cabbie man and jumped in.
In conclusion first impressions make the biggest impression and last impressions none more so in hotels