At check-in got my door swipe key and off I went to my room, swiped my card on the door reader, door did not open, tried it several times, no luck. Back down to reception I went, the recepitionest re activated it and off I went to my room again, same thing happned on my second trip, feeling a bit ...
Great scenery; The River Clyde, the mountains across the water, people fishing, walkers, joggers, seagulls swooping and gliding. beautiful walking area. It is close to a couple of fast food restaurants, large grocery stores, the train station and the Green Oak Mall. The room had everything we required, ...
Stayed at The Pond for 8 nights and was very impressed. From check in to check out I experienced no problems. The staff, including those who work in the room service department were nothing but courteous and kind. The room was cleaned to perfection each day and they even offered to call for a taxi ...
This is a centrally located hotel, very close to the main train stations and highly walkable to Glasgow sights and transportation systems. This is a very new facility so everything is nice an clean, new and functional. It's a low cost hotel. What you gain in savings you give up in space so don't ...
I have filed a complaint against Orbitz over a week ago and have not heard a response. If I do not hear back this week, I will take my business elsewhere. The hotel is in a terrible location as far as getting to it and checking in. Charges for parking. That is why the overall rating is low.
The Argyll Guest House is an annex of the Argyll Hotel, located in the basement across the street. The hotel itself and staff was lovely and in a wonderful location. But the guest house across the street has 3 single rooms in the basement with windows that open out into a court yard where sewage from the building is flushed out. The staff were wonderful and the breakfast lovely, but I couldn't get over the overwhelming stench of sewage permeating my room. Because the hotel was completely booked they couldn't move me but they did absolutely nothing, like comping my breakfast. This is a known problem and the excuse is "well, you have a budget room". If I had known budget meant sewage stench, I would not have booked the room.
I stayed at this hotel in March of 2015 and it was incredible for the price (close to the cost of a hostel at the time). It was inexpensive, the rooms were very comfortable and clean, the hotel was in a fantastic location (not far from Buchannan Street), the staff was wonderful, and the tradition Scottish breakfast was superb. I would definitely recommend this place!
Room was clean, comfortable and quiet. They have noise reducing windows which blocked any highway and airport sound. Ten minutes walk to the airport and bus access to Glasgow City Center.
What a fabulous hotel- great location (right next to the Marriott and 5 minutes from Center City Glasgow). Extremely helpful staff, car park accross the street (very reasonable 3 pounds [$6.00] a day with unlimited in/out)-fabulous scottish breakfast, free newspaper. This was a real find and great bargain- they could not do enough for us-
Barshaw Park, McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Robertson Park — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Greenock. And with 12 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Location and Hotel Staff, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.Hotels in Greenock
Barshaw Park, McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Robertson Park — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Greenock. And with 12 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Location and Hotel Staff, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.Arts and culture in Greenock
Put a little culture on your itinerary in Greenock. The exhibits at Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Museum and Heritage Centre, Renfrew Town Hall and Museum, and Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Museum and Heritage Centre are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.
You can also learn a thing or two in Greenock — just dive into the books at Greenock Central Library and Watt Library.Where to shop in Greenock
While traveling, not all events are planned, but Greenock has you covered. Pick up new clothes or any forgotten essentials at Oak Mall Greenock Ltd, Primark Stores Ltd and Peacocks Greenock.
Dorothy Perkins may have a stylish remedy for tired feet.
Jewelry stores like MacGillivray's Scottish Gifts and electronics stores like Currys are on hand for picking up gifts, the latest tech gadgets and more.Where to eat in Greenock
You have to eat while in Greenock, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at Barshaw Park, McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Robertson Park and Well Park.Activities and entertainment in Greenock
Whether you're traveling solo or with the entire family in tow, you can find something fun to do in Greenock. Hit the rides at D & D Amusements before filling up on indulgent treats. For a different kind of rush, catch a game or concert at Cappielow Park.
For a relaxing bit of fun, hit the bowling lanes at Grosvenor or head to The Waterfront Cinema's theaters. NB Beauty is always on hand to help you relax and forget about work for a while.Getting to Greenock
If you're flying in, head for Glasgow Airport — it's one of Greenock's main transportation hubs.Where to eat in Greenock
You have to eat while in Greenock, so why not enjoy it? Grab a snack or order up some serious grub at Barshaw Park, McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Robertson Park and Well Park.Best times to visit Greenock
Greenock is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but February, January and March are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 28%, 28% and 24%, respectively.
Toast to your vacation in one of Greenock's nightlife offerings. Among them, you'll find such lively locale as The James Watt Bar, The Old Bank Bar and The Water Line.