Very Disappointing Stay at the Abode Glasgow
This is probably my first bad review. We reserved a Superior Double room with a double bed. We were given two twin beds in a wheelchair accessible room, which means a large wet room bathroom with lukewarm water in the shower (could not get a warm shower despite much effort) water went all over the floor, as the floor was not sloped to flow the water towards the drain, and of course, the sink is at wheelchair level, which makes sense for the room but not for taller people. On top of that, the wifi was extremely slow, it took minutes to send an email with an attachment and watching videos on YouTube was difficult as the videos would have to buffer. Forget streaming GoT! Their ISP does not charge them for wifi, so = extremely slow wifi. We asked to be moved to a different room, but they were booked up that night. We moved the next day to a smaller room, which was better, but the tv did not work and the safe was also not functioning. We told them about the tv and safe, and they did fix the tv but not the safe. The building itself is over a hundred years old, which looks very nice in the lobby and the old elevator is quaint, but with an old building comes less modern things like slow wifi, less outlets in the room, etc. Also, charged for water in the room - basically felt that the hotel nickle and dimed their customers. Most of the UK and Europe gives two bottles of water in the room without charge. Lastly, the lighting in the bathroom was very bad.