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We had a wonderful stay at this lovely hotel on Blythswood Square in the Center of Glasgow. The service and friendliest of the entire staff, from the doorman, to the reception, to the concierge, to the waitstaff were exceptional. The hotel is beautifully done, and was formerly the location of the ...
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.
Had a 1 night stay on Friday and was so impressed. The staff are so nice very polite and professional. The rooms are lovely, very spacious and spotless. Nice big comfy bed and temperature control which was a good idea as it was very warm. Had a bite to eat in the bar on Friday which was lovely. If ...
We stayed overnight at the beginning and end of our trip. On both occasions all staff were pleasant and helpful. Highly recommend.
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.