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Really only slept in hotel and had breakfast but was very happy with the overall experience. The staff were very attentive and efficient both at reception and at breakfast. The room was very clean and facilities were great. It was slightly cold but there may have been a booster fan that I didn't ...
Stayed overnight after a wedding, everything was well managed and although hotel very busy the staff were pleasant and helpfull. No problems parking and access close to front door area. Breakfast was well organised and food was excellent. I would certainly use this hotel again when in the area.
Excellent size rooms with free mini bar and other alcoholic beverages. Comfortable bed ,quiet room. Very friendly and efficient staff, excellent dining room and executive lounge Located right in the heart of Glasgow , no taxis or buses required to move around
Fun-filled adventures for all the family await you in Scotland’s largest city. Glasgow is home to an array of exciting attractions and outdoor pursuits, while the choice of family friendly hotels is second to none.
Children and adults alike will enjoy getting stuck into interactive exhibits at the city centre attractions, like Glasgow Science Centre or nearby destinations like New Lanark Visitor Centre.
Find family accommodation deals to suit different budgets using Expedia’s dedicated search tool. You’ll soon discover that Glasgow hotels offer a range of family-focused options from connecting rooms to extra beds, along with children’s menus at dinnertime and even PlayStations and Wiis for gaming.
Have a blast with the kids at Glasgow Science Centre, where interactive displays bring science to life in a fun way. Younger children will love the ‘Big Explorer’ area where you can captain a ship or climb inside a giant bubble, while big kids will get a real kick out of ‘reverse driving’!
Step back in time at New Lanark Visitor Centre. Learn about life in an 18th century cotton mill village through the eyes of mill girl Annie, before exploring the ‘living community’ village at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The popular Falls of Clyde is nearby as well, perfect for woodland wanderings and glimpses of wildlife like otters and deer.