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The Victorian House - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
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The Victorian House

212 Renfrew Street, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, close to Mitchell Library."
I was able to walk the shopping precinct of Glasgow, Queen Street and Glasgow Central Railway Stations. If I visit Glasgow again, I certainly would like to stay in this hotel again.
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The Victorian House hotel is a well-placed property which lies in the heart of the city centre giving you easy access the …More
Glasgow Pond Hotel - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Glasgow Pond Hotel

Great Western Road, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"Ok has bunk beds in the toom and can take 2 +2"
Average however room can take 2 adults and 2 children
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Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre

Finnieston Quay, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"2 - night stay"
The positives of this Hotel is the Fitness suite which is good. The late night bar along the Quay side - which is clean and friendly. The food, fish and chips is expensive, but, very nice. The comfortable and fairly quite room. The negative's is the rather dusty room, with the stained carpet in the room. Finally, I arrived back on the second day at 4pm after a walk around the City Centre to find my room had not been cleaned. I spoke to the Receptionist who told me that the rooms were still being cleaned. At 4.30pm, thirty minutes later, the cleaner knocked, politely on my door to say, they were really busy today and I can now clean your room. I replied that it was to late, as I would have to vacate the room again. This was not something I wanted to do having been out for the majority of the morning and afternoon. Overall a good but not great stay at this Hotel.
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Manor Park Guest House - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Manor Park Guest House

28 Balshagray Drive, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"Great B&B"
Wonderful stay for one night on our way to Aberdeen. Lovely location and friendly host and hostess.
Traveller from Urah
The Hotel has been restored to its former glory offering personal service at affordable prices, with only a short distance to …More
The Hawthorns - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Hawthorns

The Square, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"Very friendly owners and great service. "
Check in was quick. Both Jane n her husband were very friendly and helpful to us. Jane gave us good information about places to visit nearby Hotel. Happy with the breakfast and other facilities provided. Only downside for us was private bathroom which had to be accessed from outside of our room. We found it little bit cumbersome especially in the night. Other than this we had great stay at the hotel.
Traveller from Wrexham, UK
Clifton Hotel - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Clifton Hotel

26/27 Buckingham Terrace, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"Good value close to transport and eating."
We found the Clifton to be exactly what we required. The Hotel has refurbished ensuites and has low cost secure car parking, full breakfast and attentive staff. Our overnight stay allowed us ready access to the nearby many eating choices in the neighbourhood. Although we did not require transport, there are regular services past the front door of the hotel. A nice surprise was the shop at in the reception area, a very good choice of necessities and souvenirs were available and saved us considerable shopping time.
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Boasting all the splendour of a bygone era, the Clifton Hotel, Glasgow lavishes guests with elegance and style. This …More
Merchant City Inn - Glasgow Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Merchant City Inn

52 Virginia Street, Glasgow - Map
 
 
not bad place to stay. when we were there is was very peaceful at bedtime n throughout the night, breakfast wasn't bad. lots of choice. sausages awful and the bacon dry-but hey it was made for me so not bad. most of staff were very helpful, very pleasant and smiley happy. would stay again x
Traveller from ribble valley. lancashire

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    Absorbing Attractions in Glasgow

    Make sure you fuel up for the day with a delicious traditional Scottish breakfast before you venture out to discover the delights of this vibrant city.

    The Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery is Scotland’s oldest public museum, and one of the most remarkable. Ancient Egyptian and Roman artefacts compete for your attention alongside scientific instruments, a 330 million-year-old shark and a beguiling gallery of fine art. Pride of place is given to the Charles Rennie Mackintosh collection and the Mackintosh House, the meticulously reconstructed home of the Mackintoshes.

    Not far from Glasgow is Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life. This leading attraction chronicles the social and industrial history of the region. Jump on Scotland’s only electric ‘heritage’ tramway as you explore working machinery, an unreconstructed mine and mineworkers’ cottages.

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