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The hotel itself was fine and represented good value for money. The problem I have with it is that although the title of the location is Sauchiehall St it isn't in Sauchiehall St bur two blocks over. Consequently I walked the length of Sauchiehall St. before going into another hotel to get directions ...
Everything was awesome-from check in to check out.Really friendly stuff and the room was very nice,clean and smelled good.Hotel is walking distance from city center as well.I'll definitely stay there again.
this hotel is in a great area of glasgow plenty of pubs and restraunts nearby its very cosmopolition being situated near the university
Very nice, great location, close to University and they accommodated our cat, just what we needed. Brian at guesthouse very helpful to me and William very nice.
Was ok. The bacon at at breakfast was cooked in a strange way. It wasn't freshly grilled but I think just emptied out of a plastic bag straight into the microwave. Tasted very strange.
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.