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We were here 4 nights. Staff is generally excellent though the last morning seemed to unravel for some reason. Dinner which was highly touted was adequate but not great. Breakfasts were very good. They do this ordeal of having to come down 30 min. Before seating which is aggravating at the end of ...
It is couple of minutes from Glasgow central station. The reception staff are friendly. The dormitory or eight had two showers and one toilet. The single beds were made and were clean. I did for disturbed as few people came in late but that is what dormitory is. Overall great experience
Lovely hotel with wonderful views of local area. Good location, handy for nearby tourist attractions. Staff were all polite, helpful and friendly. Breakfast was ok and had plenty of choice.
Wonderful music, fusion/techno, greeted me, followed by nice desk staff. Kindly provided a room upgrade to business class. Room was wonderful. Easy walk to great restaurants.
Nice hotel within walking distance to SSE Hydro, believe that there is also bus available to arena. Had a meal in restaurant before our concert and unfortunately was not very impressed with choice on menu or with the children's portion size, my niece unfortunately left the restaurant still hungry ...
Lovely hotel alongside river Clyde. Walking distance from city centre as well as a number of attractions. The outside lounge is beautiful when the sun comes out
Glasgow’s hotels are an excellent place to base yourself if you’re after an action-packed adventure sports holiday.
From abseiling and paragliding to snowsports and a wealth of watersports, Glasgow delivers thrills and spills to suit all tastes.
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High-octane fun can be found throughout the city and its immediate surrounds. If you’re keen to tick bungee off the bucket list or you’re a passionate petrol-head looking for a go-karting fix, make your way to Clydebank.
At Snow Factor at intu Braehead, avid snowboarders and ski-lovers will enjoy the feel of real snow as they hit the slopes. Adrenaline junkies can also find a state-of-the-art aerial assault course, rock climbing and even adventure golf within the intu Braehead complex.
Scotland’s breathtaking natural playground is right on your doorstep. Visit Castle Semple Loch in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park for watersports galore. Here and at other nearby lochs you’ll find plenty of opportunities to get the adrenaline pumping with everything from windsurfing to water zorbing.