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We had a wonderful stay at this lovely hotel on Blythswood Square in the Center of Glasgow. The service and friendliest of the entire staff, from the doorman, to the reception, to the concierge, to the waitstaff were exceptional. The hotel is beautifully done, and was formerly the location of the ...
Beautiful place but looked very similar to a lot of the nice homes surrounding it. Our room was out of the main castle building but still very nice. Room looked onto the small garden but not much else. It took us a total of 5 minutes to walk around the entire estate. Breakfast was lovely and the ...
The quietest room we have stayed in when visiting Glasgow (Our room was on back and the hotel is on a no through road.) The room was interesting in that the shower and loo were in a tiny alcove inside the room door and and the beds and a washbasin were down several steps. If you are big you will ...
We have stayed at this hotel previously, which was our reason for returning. Didn't start off too well, with no kettle and tv remote, but they were soon provided. Staff were very good, and our room clean. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the main shopping area and transport links. We ...
The hotel was a very old building that had been refurbished, the rooms were big and set out well, the bathroom was also very big. However there is no air conditioning and the room was very hot, they did supply a pedestal fan but for spring the room was hot, don't think I'd like to stay on a hot summers ...
Stayed here for 1 night but would stay for longer if I had the chance lovely rooms and the staff were very welcoming and attentive would highly recommend
Right in the city center. Walk to restaurants, bus and train. Great friendly and helpful staff. Nice clean and quiet room. Only negative is access. Climb 2 sets of stairs to the lobby. Especially bad if you have luggage and/or mobility issues.
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Culture vultures will feel like they’ve landed in paradise with a visit to Scotland’s largest city. Check out the Trongate 103, an innovative contemporary arts space for seeing and making art which is also home to the beguiling Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre.
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Oran Mor’s ‘A Play, a Pie and a Pint’ sessions have become a much-loved Glasgow institution, while back upstairs in the main Auditorium your eyes will be drawn to the astonishing Alasdair Gray mural covering the ceiling. Murals by this iconic Glasgow artist and writer can be found throughout Glasgow’s West End and beyond.