Hotel du Vin & Bistro Glasgow4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My boyfriend and I planned a last minute romantic night away 5 weeks before our baby arrives - on checkin we were delighted to be upgraded ( the bump helped I think !)to a grand room . Everything about our stay was perfect - the bath is big enough to share , the bed - four poster and fit for a princess ...a pregnant one at that and our meal ( we opted for the dinner bnb package ) was fantastic and the staff couldn’t do enough for us . Staying at Hotel du vin felt like real old school luxury , who needs fancy mod cons when all of the essential parts of a well run , friendly yet glamorous hotel , are there . We hope to be able to find a babysitter at some point in the near future to return ( just the two of us) to enjoy the experience all over again however , next time we plan to try the chateaubriand which looked absolutely incredible ! Incidentally - the cheese trolley , was the best I have had and I have beckoned many a cheese trolley in my time . Thank you hotel du vin staff for such a memorably perfect night x
My wife and were very lucky to be with her family in Scotland and we all had a night at the hotel. Great reception staff and a gentleman dressed in a kilt escorted us to our room, he introduced us to the room in a manner not experienced in other hotels. The room was excellent and large, very clean and a fabulous bed. The bar staff were excellent and knew there wines. Breakfast was excellent, cooked to order and very nice. Highly recommended as a special place to stay.
Stayed for 1 night in October as part of a special celebration. Hotel advertises free parking, this is correct but it's free on-street parking not secure off-street, which was not what we expected. Check in was quick and efficient rather than particularly friendly or welcoming. First impressions of the room were good, but on closer inspection there were some very obvious signs of wear and tear which should certainly have been addressed. For a tariff of £270 B&B really don't expect to find marked walls, damaged wallpaper and ripped soft furnishings. Another pretty concerning issue was the complimentary bottle water provided in the room. We didn't notice until late at night that one of the bottles had already been opened and partially drunk by the previous guest. Doesn't suggest a great attention to detail by the housekeeping staff. We mentioned this issue at check out, the member of staff said 'I'll mention to housekeeping'.....that was it!! Didn't eat dinner in the hotel as there are lots of good restaurants nearby. Breakfast in the morning was good but not exceptional. Would we return.....no sorry the standard of the accommodation simply did not reflect the price paid.
With the feel of a country inn to the restaurant and bar we had a thoroughly relaxing stay. Roons are excellent although a little worn round the edges. Same with the restaurant. Food very good but missed a five star as some of the components to the meal were a bit repetative. Staff friendly and attentive and overall would recommend.
I have wanted to eat here for years and it was so disappointing. The Maitre D was only interested in our It is on Voucher and looked down his nose at us, not at all the welcome you would expect from a Glasgow Hotel. Chaopria was so welcoming and delightful I could hardly believe One Devonshire Gardens has such a prestigious reputation. The food was very nice but the Foreign Somelier needed the sack he was so disinterred it was shocking. The only saving grace was the fact that the barman in the lounge was delightful. I was there for a 70th Birthday treat and will not be returning unless it is complimentary. VERY DISAPPOINTING!!!!
It was our Ruby Wedding yesterday and we chose One Devonshire Gardens to celebrate. From the time we visited to view the place to when we celebrated yesterday staff went out their way to ensure our event was memorable. Food was spectacular, wine was great, service was outstanding. We were not rushed at all. Our waitress Alex was a credit to the hotel. All our guests have been raving about it. Well done. Can't wait until we return again.
On arrival we were met with lovely check in staff and given a up grade to the Krug suite. This suite on fist impressions seems fabulous, has its own gym, sauna, jacuzzi bath with TV . Two bathrooms, four poster bed and lounge. Unfortunately on closer inspection all these rooms are very tired and in need of a upgrade. Shower grout was black with mound, bedside tables covered in stains, net curtains torn and stained. All the sort furniture were stained badly. The view from the bedroom was out to the rubbish bins which were a health hazard. Rubbish all over flowing and laying on the ground round the bins. On the plus side all the staff were lovely and dinner in the restaurant was excellent. I am very surprised that a hotel with this star rating would be so run down.
Stayed for one night as part of trip for my wife to run Glasgow 10k. Really nice hotel - with a number of high quality old town houses being developed into one premise. Rooms very well appointed - great shower and excellent Scottish breakfast Lovely treat
We stayed in a room on the second floor. Although billed as "luxury" I would say there needs to be some money spent updating what's there. No mirror in the bedroom not great for drying your hair. It's very dimly lit needing all the lamps on at once. Lack of sockets, you have to unplug the tv to plug in the kettle, and unplug a lamp to plug in a hairdryer. Can't have a phone charging beside the bed unless you have a 3m cable On the plus side breakfast was good on the Saturday morning but very slow on the Sunday as there was a wedding breakfast. We waited an hour and we weren't alone. Staff were also very friendly so it definetly has its plus points but for the money I'll be spending it elsewhere nextime
The wedding ceremony and reception were all hosted at One Devonshire Gardens and we joined many of the guests in staying over night at the hotel. Our lovely room was in number 5 (as was the wedding celebrations) and was nicely furnished with beautiful toiletries, slippers and fluffy bathrobes. There was however little space around the bed and so much furniture that it was difficult to find a spot for our cases. The rather rainy day meant that we did not have a chance to explore the gardens but the breakfast - along at number 1 in a room set aside for guests- was lovely with self service fruit and cornflakes and the option of a served hot dish. Check out at 11am felt a little early and with longer it would have been nice to relax with the Sunday papers by the fireplace in number 1. We enjoyed our stay and the staff and food were lovely.
- Walking distance to Botanic Gardens
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Dowanhill within a short walk of Botanic Gardens, Hotel du Vin & Bistro Glasgow is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as University of Glasgow. This 49-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant and a bar/lounge, along with free in-room WiFi. It's also close to Riverside Museum and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's bistro, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start each morning off right with full breakfast served for a fee.
All 49 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, coffee makers, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and plasma TVs with cable channels. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Ironing boards and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Hotel du Vin & Bistro Glasgow enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 6 meeting rooms, and conference space. If you decide to drive, there's free offsite parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a terrace.
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91% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1456 reviews