Glasgow Marriott Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Visited this hotel for a short stay just after new year We wanted to visit Glasgow to do some shopping and eating out We found the shopping very easy to access and lots of street and shopping malls to be found we were eating out also We grabbed some food on the go as we weaved in and out of shops and malls over two days We found the bars excellent as we also grabbed the odd refreshing drink on our travels The highlight of our trip was our visit to the restaurant butcher shop bar and grill in sauchiehall street it was superb from start to finish Everything from entering the establishment until we left around 2 1/2 hours later was 10/10 it was really 1st class all employees were super friendly towards everyone in our company and other diners Glasgow we will be back
It is a great hotel no doubt about that (see the view of the city in pic)... rooms are great and breakfast is just awesome. Very close to the Central Station and the river, if you need a a great evening walk then just go out...cross the street and have a walk on the banks of river and see BBC office and other city landmarks. Housekeeping is great, no flaws and the local beer in the bar is must try. The executive lounge is great. Concierge are helpful and ensure you take a discount coupon of Glengoyne distillery tour :) Lot of Indian restaurants in the city which are must to be tried. I will certainly stay in this hotel again
we spent 2 nights in the Hotel from 26th Dec 17 , the check in was excellent and the room was spacious with two double beds. If I am being picky the mattresses were too soft and left me with a back ache but if your used to softer beds then this wont be a problem. The hotel and its room was very clean and the lifts and lobby always had a wonderful smell piped through them. My only negative was that the Restaurant was not open on either of the evenings we were there and we were disappointed in our first mornings breakfast, the fried eggs were well under cooked and the black pudding was very dry and rock hard from sitting under the lamps for a little too long, but on the second morning whatever the issue had been was resolved and we had a delicious breakfast.
I was here for our Christmas Party, price was £53 per person which included half a bottle of wine per person. The menu was take it or leave it, no choice what so ever. Potato and leek soup, it was just that, smallest serving of soup I've ever had. Main course was breast of chicken which had been stuffed, one carrot, one piece of parsnip, one pig in a blanket, 3 roast potatoes and 3 brussel sprouts. Dessert was supposed to be cheesecake, what we received looked like a deconstructed cheesecake, except it wasn't cheesecake it was mouse, not special at all and the wafer was soggy. The wine was nasty and cheap, whole evening was a rip off, totally disappointed. Security guards with full uniform on the doors with an attitude to match, a few smartly dressed bouncers with a pleasant manner would have been much more appealing and suited to the evening.
Lovely hotel a nice stroll away from city centre. Staff were superb in all aspects of service. We had a couple of rooms on the executive level which were well equipped and very comfortable. The drinks reception before the dinner and ball was very busy but drinks were free flowing and plenty of staff on hand to ensure no one missed out. The dinner was superb and beautifully presented - although I do have to admit the Belgian Chocolate Torte was tasteless. The party afterwards was superb and we are looking forward to going back next year. Highly recommended.
Stayed there for one night and left on New Year's eve. Bar was good. Bar food was OK. Bar service was excellent. Rooms were neat and tidy. NO Mini Bar though. The tea and coffee provided in the room had exactly 2 tea bags and 2 coffee sachets. No drinking water bottles. No sign in the bathroom to indicate whether water from the tap is fit for human consumption or not. Thankfully had our own water bottles. Room service had very limited food to offer plus a tray charge of £4 was added to our order. The food brought over wasn't covered so it traveled all the way from the kitchen to the sixth floor gathering all sorts on its way. Parking wasn't free for guests. Had to pay £10 for parking (valid until 5 pm the following day). Room was very hot although we had turned the heating off completely. The sound proofing wasn't good. We could hear kids screaming ans staff chatting in the corridors. Pillows and mattress were crap (in my opinion).
Recently stay here with a friend. Good and helpful staff. Room was clean and tidy. Could not fault it. The only negative was the pool area is in need revamping and tackle the damp issue they have. Pool was crowded with young children, but not a major problem. No jacuzzi - which was disappointing. Seemed odd not to have one. Would definitely go back and recommend.
We have just returned from two nights at this hotel for New Year and have mainly positive things to say. The hotel is easy to find as you come off the motorway into Glasgow and in a good location for the SECC and the city centre. The hotel has a nice entrance, reception and bar area which was decorated for Christmas/New Year and had a lovely seasonal cinnamon smell. We were happy with all the food which we ate in the hotel, including the room service with one exception - we ordered fish fingers for our son at the Family Hogmanay Bash and they looked far from appetising. They were supposed to be served with mash and veg but came with chips instead and were made up of cheap whitefish which had black strips/flecks through it. A discretionary service charge of £12 was added to our drinks bill at the Hogmanay party and a tray charge of £4 was added to our room service order. We were quite disappointed that no mini fridge was provided in the room despite this being listed as one of the features in the room when we booked. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay at this hotel again.
Staff very good. Hotel bedrooms very dated and in need of investment and upgrading. Good food and service in restaurant for dinner and breakfast. Rates can be expensive in comparison to other Hotels at same standard which would be deserving if rooms were modernised.
Booked here for Christmas day one night with my husband. We have had Christmas at ours last two years and just wanted a relaxing time this year. We got a one nights stay, use of all spa facilities, full Christmas dinner 3 courses and a cooked breakfast in the morning for £137 all in for two people. Fantastic deal and it was great just what we needed. Check in was easy and efficient, room was clean and had everything you needed. Bar was great busier than we thought but staff were brilliant really friendly and helpful. Our meal was lovely and we had a few cocktails just a lovely Christmas. Would do this again. Only two negatives are you need to pay for parking if staying over at hotel it's £10 per night or if just going for the day £16. Our room was also very hot and couldn't get the AC to work properly but really everything else was brilliant. Would recommend and will be back.
- Close to Gallery of Modern Art and George Square
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in City Centre Glasgow, Glasgow Marriott Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Gallery of Modern Art and George Square. This 302-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an indoor pool. Located in central Glasgow, the hotel is also near The SSE Hydro and Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Glasgow Marriott Hotel's 302 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, laptop-compatible safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find WiFi and 32-inch LED TVs with digital channels and Netflix. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Ironing boards and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Glasgow Marriott Hotel enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. Self parking is available for GBP 10.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and 15 meeting rooms.
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76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2036 reviews