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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 stay. Was an overnight resting point on a journey to England. From Start to finish I couldn't fault Hotel. Was a great rest breakfast was lovely Staff were great Reception very welcoming. would definitely stay again.
Old traditional style building in the heart of the Merchant City, Glasgow. Welcoming, friendly staff. Clean, spacious and comfortable rooms. Buffet breakfast included in price; good choice of foods. Narrow streets on approach to hotel & spiral staircase wouldn't be suitable for those who have mobility ...
Elegant,roomy, beautiful and great location in the West End which is a hip area. Lots of restaurants and bars and a park in this University of Glasgow area Wonderful breakfast too!
Pleasantly surprised to find that our suite had two large bedrooms, each with twin beds, a good bathroom and function kitchen -living area. A great base for exploring Glasgow. I will certainly consider using the suites again.
Experience the sights and sounds of Glasgow from the comfort of one of the city’s many historic hotels. With its abundance of elegant Victorian architecture, grand urban parks and city centre shopping, Glasgow is the perfect destination to book a brilliant city-break. Browse flights, accommodation and transport links with Expedia.
Glasgow owes much of its impressive, historic architecture to the immense wealth generated in the area during the Industrial Revolution. The River Clyde was once a hub of maritime trade with strong connections to all corners of the globe. A world leader in shipbuilding and steel production, the Glasgow expression ‘Clydebuilt’ was synonymous with quality engineering. Such quality is reflected in the city’s grand civic structures.
In the heart of the city centre, the magnificent Clock Tower above Glasgow Central Station was completed in 1884 and its lead clad summit is still striking today. On nearby Mitchell Street you will find the former Glasgow Herald building designed by the celebrated Charles Rennie Macintosh, completed in 1895. The tower was renovated in 1999 into a visitor centre offering fantastic views of the city.
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