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Decent location, in nice condition with friendly staff, but tiny rooms and no lift. Few amenities.
We booked our first stay in a standard room at the Blythswood for my husband’s birthday. Before arrival, I left a note on the booking to request a Birthday message be left in the room for us. On arrival, we were informed we had been upgraded to the Executive Suite which was absolutely stunning and ...
Lovely city centre hotel. Friendly and helpful staff. Delicious food in the restaurant.
Great location. Staff and hotel excellent. Love the idea of small lounge area in your room. Brilliant.
Great hotel. Staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. Location is great next to Glasgow Central Station yet the hotel room is very quiet. In walking distance to many great areas for shopping, food, culture etc. It was a great place to stay especially with only a few days in the City. Hotel breakfast ...
Hotel reception very welcoming. Large seating area with restaurant and bar area Room was very nice, large room with toiletries, tea and coffee and lovely fresh linen and towels. Beds comfortable and of a good size. very pleased with our stay
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