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Very nice clean hotel good location. Staff in restaurants were fast and helpful both for the booked dinner and breakfast. Food was excellent on all the occasions. The only slight down side was the length of time it took to get served a meal in the bar both ordering and waiting on the meal. The bar ...
An elegant hotel to experience. The charm and character of this property is exceptional. Although not in the centre of Glasgow I would recommend this hotel.
I really liked the location of this hotel. The staff was really nice and very helpful. The one down side is if you have heavy luggage there are a lot of steps to get up so if you have any knee or back problems this may not be the place for you. The price however makes it worth it.
We were here 4 nights. Staff is generally excellent though the last morning seemed to unravel for some reason. Dinner which was highly touted was adequate but not great. Breakfasts were very good. They do this ordeal of having to come down 30 min. Before seating which is aggravating at the end of ...
Had a great time relaxing in this castle. It's not a huge or ancient castle--but it's a castle. And very nice, very accomodating staff, all very relaxing and different experience. And great Scottish breakfast in the morning.
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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