Truly a scottish gem with modern twist in a great location...loved the antique elevator and amazing breakfasts!
We’ve stayed here several times. They have a great pool and sauna, which is a huge plus and kids can swim until 7pm. Some of the staff is amazing and very kind. The rooms are alright for 4 of us, just wish they were a little bigger or had outlets near the bed. The hotel needs some upkeep for sure and the menu leaves something to be desired. Even though there are some things that I’m not super happy about, we’ll stay there again, because it’s comfortable.
great hotel for a good price i would go back and stay at this hotel
Very nice hotel, excellent location, close to everything.
From campground accommodations and youth hostels to beautiful Victorian inns and luxury suites, the selection of hotels Glasgow has to offer leaves no budget unsatisfied. Scotland's largest metropolis boasts an equally diverse population of more than two million people. There is no shortage of entertainment in Glasgow, where one may enjoy stand-up comedy at The Stand, or opera, symphonies, and drama at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and The King's Theater.
Tourists attending trade shows, conventions, and major events like Championship Boxing and Disney on Ice at the Scottish Exhibition and Convention Center can find numerous hotels in Glasgow within a short walking or riding distance.
Glasgow is the "Curry Capital of Britain," so one must sample savories from some of the city's best curry houses, such as The Dabbah, The Dahkin, and Cafe India, in the Merchant City neighborhood.
Glasgow is quite famous for its music scene, and there are hundreds of live music venues throughout the city, but the hottest acts play at The Barrowland Ballroom and King Tut's Wah Wah Hut.
The "Golden Z" should be the target for guests who want rooms in Glasgow hotels near the best shopping venues. Argyle, Buchanan and Sauchiehall Streets offer world-class retailers like House of Fraser and Ralph Lauren.
Glasgow has a huge football culture, which is evident in the fact that it is home to three of the world's largest football stadiums: Celtic Park, Hampden Park, and Ibrox Stadium.