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Hotel was nice and clean. Quick easy check in and around about everything in Glasgow.
Ibis Glasgow City Centre – Sauchiehall St£31Ibis Glasgow City Centre – Sauchiehall St£31
it was an old building, no elevator, the lights in the room did not work properly. but it was cheap, it has breakfas (not the best) and the most important thing is that it was very close to the city centre. The same road that the hotel is on, leads to the city centre.
Smiths Hotel£20Smiths Hotel£20
Entry was straight forward, no hassle. Proximity to Oran Mor was a Godsend. Parking might be a problem as there are limited spaces, I chose not to take my car. Hillhead subway station in Byres Road is quite close so no problem getting there. Plenty facilities around, shops pubs.
Kelvin Hotel West End£32Kelvin Hotel West End£32
Our room was clean just wot we needed it for a nite away for the darts & the breakfast was first class would definitely recommend this hotel to our family and friends xx
Charing Cross Guest House£22Charing Cross Guest House£22
The hotel was clean, staff very friendly and accomodating and breakfast and overall service great. Plus the price was amazing so all in all very impressed. Thank you.
Hampton Court Guest House£32Hampton Court Guest House£32
The hotel has good location and a very good service. Rooms are clean.Hotel staff is helpfull and nice. Comparing to the airbnb it was cheaper and closer to the city center. I spent more for first night in Glasgow when I booked it by Airbnb - the flat was so dirty that you cannot imagine. Next I moved ...
The Willow£25The Willow£25
Scotland’s friendly metropolis is the perfect place to spend a short break or a longer stay. Glasgow is famous for the warmth of its welcome and the exciting, cosmopolitan atmosphere that permeates the city.
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Lose all track of time with a visit to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, a much-loved Glasgow icon. Entry is free and the imposing red sandstone building lies on the banks of the River Kelvin, housing over 8,000 objects from art and sculpture to dinosaurs, historic weaponry and even a buzzing beehive!
Glasgow’s cosmopolitan outlook is exemplified in the breadth of Kelvingrove’s international collection. Uncover Ancient Egyptian relics and admire art from celebrated masters like Dali, Rembrandt and Van Gogh, before discovering art and artefacts demonstrating Scotland’s place in the world from prehistoric times to the present day. More free attractions include the Riverside Museum and The People’s Palace.
Admire the city’s natural beauty as you amble through Kelvingrove Park, a glorious green space in the heart of the city, or venture outside the city limits to nearby natural wonders like Loch Lomond. An unbelievable adventure is just a click away.