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Stayed here before and will again. Lovely facilities and staff are delightful. Only concern: my room this time was in new wing on ground floor and there was a great deal of noise from road and other residents that gave me a pretty disturbed night
We arrived in Glasgow earlier than the booking in time. Since we had a lot of luggage I called the apartments to see if we could leave our luggage somewhere until booking in time. They were so accommodating and advised since the apartment had been serviced we could book in early . The apartment was ...
Myself and my partner decided we would take the hotels offer of a later checkout (4pm) we called the front desk in the morning and advised we would like to extend the stay. The cleaning staff however were not advised of this on two occasions we had cleaning staff try to enter our room, but luckily ...
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.
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!
Glasgow is home to a number of excellent luxury hotels, many of which are architectural marvels. Whether you prefer the tree lined terraces and Victorian splendour of the city’s fashionable West End or a quieter location just outside the city on the banks of Loch Lomond, experience Scottish luxury with Expedia.
One of the most popular areas of the Glasgow is the historic West End. This affluent and bohemian area is home to iconic buildings, attractive parks and trendy bars and restaurants. There are a range of premium hotel options in the area for those looking to stay in top class accommodation.
A typical day in the West End might start with a walk through the University of Glasgow grounds towards Kelvingrove Park. Here, the famous Kelvingrove Museum will keep you entertained for several hours with 22 themed galleries and artwork by Salvador Dali, among others.
Walking towards Byres Road at the heart of the West End, travellers will have a range of dining options from quick pub grub to more lavish restaurants. Shopping in the area is fantastic with designer names and independent boutiques sitting side by side. In the evening, the trendy Ashton Lane area comes alive as the bars and clubs get ready to entertain.
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