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The St Enoch Hotel - Hostel
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2.9/5 (145 reviews)
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"Not really a hostel, just an old hotel repurposed as a hostel. They have dumped bunk beds in existing rooms, making it really cramped. The beds themselves are old and seem like they will give way anytime soon. Service is poor, I once entered the washroom only to realise there was no toilet paper. ..."…"

Reviewed on 23 Jul 2019

The St Enoch Hotel - Hostel

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Pocket Guide: 1 Star Hotels in Glasgow

Whether you’re planning a holiday in Glasgow or staying on business, the city’s range of welcoming 1 star hotels are a smart choice for the budget-conscious traveller.

Browse Glasgow’s 1 star hotels using Expedia’s handy search tool and find good value hotel deals. You may also discover that some of the cheaper accommodation is in the form of guesthouses, bed & breakfasts, or even hostels offering private rooms as well as dorms.

Location is often a key factor when choosing your accommodation, and you’ll frequently find low cost options near transport hubs like Queen Street or Glasgow Central Stations.

Seeing the Sights of Glasgow

Glasgow is a very walkable city, with serene parks and gardens appearing suddenly amid the stunning industrial architecture. Wandering on foot is a great way to get a real feel for this lively place.

The city also has a comprehensive travel network, with buses, trains and a busy Subway system servicing central Glasgow and the surrounding areas.

Jump aboard one of the ‘hop-on, hop-off’ City Sightseeing bus tours for an enthralling overview of what to see and do in Glasgow. ‘Hop off’ to explore the city’s free museums and art galleries, or magnificent historic structures like Glasgow Cathedral.

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