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Front staff were very good housekeeping was not. They did not leave any towels one day, never took dirty glasses or relaced them. Made mistake in restaurants, fed gluten to celiac sister etc Overall I was not happy with the hotel although it was nice and was close to shopping and main part of ...
Good stay including reasonably priced upgrade to Exec floor for some extra facilities in room and access to the (small but perfectly fine) Exec Lounge. Only criticism is the staff - majority appear totally disinterested. Not rude, just "absent". In particular at the bar for lunch where it was a real ...
Room small, heating not working, in need of a refurb. New manager and breakfast staff very friendly. Receptionists not too friendly- very inflexible re booking into room. Food good but pricey.
The hotel is rated 4 star. Luckily we got a very good price for a Sunday night and the room was fine for the money we paid. However, if I had to pay the full rate I think I would have been disappointed. The room was looking a little tatty around the edges. In my opinion the rooms in a Premier Inn ...
Scotland is famous for its hospitality, and for those looking to relax in style with authentic Scottish cuisine and even kilted concierges, Glasgow ticks all the boxes. The thriving city offers a variety of hotels with spa facilities, swimming pools and gym complexes within walking distance of its famous landmarks.
Looking to shop till you drop? Glasgow has some of the best shopping in the UK outside of London and the city centre is bustling with big brand names and stylish boutiques.
Buchanan Street, Glasgow’s main shopping area, has an excellent range of shops – its well-maintained pedestrianized layout gives it a laidback atmosphere. Nearby Sauchiehall Street offers a similar experience, with street performances and bagpipers not uncommon occurrences. For a stylish shopping mall, travellers should head to Princes Square.
A short walk from the city centre is Barras Market. Awash with local banter and thrifty traders, you will find stalls selling bargain items from shoes to flowers. Designer names need not apply!
After a hard day’s shopping, why not chill out by the swimming pool, before heading to the trendy bars and rustic pubs in the Merchant City area for a bite to eat and a local craft beer.
At rest or at play Glasgow is an amazing destination. Enter your travel dates into our search tool to view the best deals on hotels in the city.