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I chose this hotel because we were going to a concert at the Hydro. Turned out to be a great choice! 5 minutes walk (at most)...great before the concert (no issues with traffic or parking) & wonderful after, as we were back in our room in no time. Bus-stops close to the hotel mean easy access to ...
We only stayed one night. Nice hotel but neighbourhood is a bit dodgy late at night. Also no parking on site so you have to pay for parking at public lot and walk a block and a half with luggage. Good location for being downtown and near train stations.
Amazing staff who are so helpful, clean rooms and very prompt response to any requests. The hotel is modern inside and the beds are comfortable. Great access to transport, absolutely loved my first visit to Glasgow.
I stayed for 5 nights and my room was always beautifully cleaned. It was surprisingly quiet as well, considering the location. I did not eat at any of the restaurants, so I can't speak to that. The only complaint I might have is that the bed wasn't the most comfortable I've had in a hotel, but it ...
Overall not bad....the buffet was great butbthe a la carte menu was a bit dull......the beds weren't comfortable at all.....very hard mattresses.....the cleaning crew didn't clean well....on one occasion the bins weren't emptied and on another day the table wasn't cleaned also complementary water ...
Scotland’s largest and most spirited of cities plays host to conferences, exhibitions and iconic events all year round. The The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) leads the pack, but Glasgow has a broad spectrum of conference venues. With that in mind, if you are travelling here for a popular event or festival, it’s best to book your hotel well in advance .
The SECC has its own train station, so a wealth of comfortable city centre accommodation to suit all budgets is only a short train ride away in Glasgow city centre. But if you'd rather stay close to the action, the SECC complex also offers convenient on-site hotel options.
Whether you’re only in town for a conference, or you are planning to extend your stay to relax and explore, the Expedia search tool can help you browse the options and find the best hotel deals.
The SECC, and by association its sister venue the Clyde Auditorium (affectionately known as ‘the Armadillo’), are iconic landmarks in their own right. Why not check out other emblematic attractions in your downtime? The eye-catching Riverside Museum and the Tall Ship at Riverside are both within walking distance of the conference centre and well worth discovering.
Alternatively, head into town for some post-conference entertainment, as you enjoy top class dining and take in a show at one of the city’s popular theatres like the King’s Theatre or the Citizens Theatre.