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We made Glasgow and Hallmark Hotel as our "base" to explore the remainder of Scotland. The Hallmark hotel served that purpose very well. It is about 10 min walk from the Central Station, which serves trains to Edinburgh. It's 25 min (about 6 - 7 pounds by Taxi) from the Queen Street Station, which ...
Room was ok but bed needed a new mattress not topper with 2 sheets on top of it as the sheets just wrinkle up and make bed even worse. Pool has loose tiles but was refreshing after a hot day shopping Bar drinks were extremely pricey. All the staff were very friendly and approachable. Happy to help ...
Excellent room's. Hot cookie on arrival. Assorted teas biscuits coffee bottled water in room. Pool & gym amazing. I will be staying here every time l visit glasgow.
It was a bank holiday Sunday. Sun shining but there was only one guy behind the bar. Two waitresses wandering about aimlessly with sandwich orders. When we did get served the same round of drinks cost us more than £3 difference both times we ordered. Could it be that there was a wedding on??? Regardless ...
the entire staff were great, including the front desk, housekeeping and bar staff. The place was very clean. Pool, sauna and steam room very clean. The wedding we attended was run like clock work. Very well prepared and efficient with serving of all courses. Would recommend this to all.
Wherever you travel, it’s always nice to have access to a pool and spa treatments when you arrive at your chosen accommodation. Glasgow has a number of fantastic hotels with great spa facilities, both in the buzzing centre and in quieter locations on the outskirts of the city. Browse and book luxury hotels in Glasgow using Expedia’s search tool before relaxing in style in Scotland’s largest city.
The Glasgow city region is ideally placed for you to experience the Scottish landscape. With easy access to the Clyde Valley, Trossachs and the West Highland Way travellers have a diverse range of scenery on their doorstep including moors, mountains, woodland, sea and marshland. Within the city itself there are also many parks and gardens.
Take a trip to Glasgow’s south side where stately Pollok House sits in a leafy estate regularly voted one of the UK’s finest parks. Travellers will be able to view The Burrell Collection, one of the world’s great art collections, which sits in a gallery at the heart of the estate.
30 miles southeast of Glasgow in the New Lanark area are the Falls of the Clyde, where you’ll find some amazing nature walks. The trail to the highest waterfall, the Bonnington Linn, takes around an hour and you will see some riverside wildlife on the way.