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I enjoyed my stay back in civilisation after spending two days on Nevis. I was really looking forwards to a hot shower and a comfortable bed and this hotel delivered. Slight knock for the partially blocked shower which meant I had to be out fairly quickly for fear of flooding the place.
I stayed for two weeks. The hotel itself is quite nice. It's location in City Center allows you access to many different things in Glasgow, with both subway and rail lines very close to get you anywhere else in the city or Scotland you wish to go. The room was quite nice. I had the superior double. ...
Blythswood Square Hotel£107Blythswood Square Hotel£107
Our stay at Mar Hall was excellent. We received a room upgrade to a junior Suite, which was massive with a great view. Dinner was excellent and a walk in the nice gardens closed out the evening. The breakfast buffet was very good, ordered food slow to arrive, but ok. Overall very nice stay
Mar Hall Golf & Spa Resort£107Mar Hall Golf & Spa Resort£107
Our hostess, Francesca, provided a lovely experience from the moment she opened the door to this beautiful old home in Paisley. We had a lovely large room with many features, including mood lighting, a great shower and bath, and snacks/goodies. Francesca also provided very helpful tips to us regarding ...
We had a disastrous check in because it was late and had a rude duty manager on the phone who hung up on me. But ince checked in we lived the property and location. With no staff and usual hotel amenities this seemed like our own apt in the centre of Glasgow. Loved it and we will use Dreamhouse again. ...
The largest city in Scotland is full of personality, with many facets to appease a range of visitors. Glasgow is well known for its glitzy side with top end restaurants, bars, designer stores and five stars hotels in abundance to cater for its well-heeled clientele.
The Scottish metropolis has stylish five star hotels dotted throughout, whether you prefer to stay waterside overlooking the vast River Clyde, take in the stunning mesh of old and new architecture in the city centre, or be within easy reach of the impressive Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and impressive Botanic Gardens.
You can even get a fabulous five star hotel within stiletto steps of shopper’s Mecca, Sauchiehall Street and Merchant City. Many of the city’s five star hotels have reputable restaurants and spa facilities to ensure your every need is catered for.
If you do choose a five star hotel in Glasgow, expect the royal treatment from start to finish as the Glasgow banter and friendliness are world-renowned.