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Located in City Centre Glasgow, this eco-friendly apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Merchant City and Gallery of Modern Art. George Square and Glasgow ...
£50 per night for 2 guestsFraser Suites Glasgow£50
Located in City Centre Glasgow, this hotel is steps away from Merchants' House, Buchanan Street and Buchanan Galleries. George Square and City Chambers are also ...
£74 per night for 2 guestsCarlton George Hotel£74
Located in City Centre Glasgow, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sauchiehall Street, George Square and Gallery of Modern Art. Glasgow Cathedral ...
£94 per night for 2 guestsBlythswood Square Hotel£94
Located in City Centre Glasgow, this boutique hotel is within a 15-minute walk of George Square and Gallery of Modern Art. Glasgow Cathedral and The SSE Hydro ...
£58 per night for 2 guestscitizenM Hotel Glasgow£58
Located in City Centre Glasgow, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sauchiehall Street, George Square and Gallery of Modern Art. University of Glasgow and ...
£47 per night for 2 guestsPark Inn by Radisson Glasgow City Centre£47
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and one of the most welcoming and lively destinations in the UK. Once known for heavy industry, marine engineering and international trade, Glasgow has re-invented itself in the last few decades as a hub of arts and culture. And with some of the best UK shopping outside of London, this is also a great destination to enjoy some retail therapy. Whatever your reasons for visiting, there is a great range of hotels in Glasgow to choose between, from budget properties in the city centre to lavish heritage hotels.
Affectionately nicknamed ‘Dear Green Place’ by locals, Glasgow is characterized by attractive green spaces, distinctive Victorian architecture and world-class galleries and museums. A great night out is always on the cards here, too, and the city has an exceptional live music scene built around legendary venues such as King Tut’s in the city centre and Òran Mór on Byres Road.
Glasgow is one of the UK's cultural capitals, and it has a range of top-class museums and galleries to match. In the city’s fashionable West End, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of Scotland's best cultural attractions. Opened in 1901, the museum has 22 themed collections, covering everything from Ancient Egypt to the Wild West, via various Scottish classics, of course. Our hotels near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum make it easy to pay a visit to this outstanding institution. For a taste of Glasgow's café culture, make a detour to nearby Ashton Lane when you're on this side of the city – a cobbled street full of trendy bars and restaurants just off Byres Road, it's as good for evening drinks as it is for a lazy brunch.
For hundreds of interactive exhibits that will delight kids and adults alike, head to Glasgow Science Centre in the Pacific Quay Area. This distinctive dome-shaped building is also home to an IMAX theatre and a planetarium. Check out our hotels near Glasgow Science Centre if you’re looking to stay in this part of town. When you fancy stretching your legs, there are a number of picturesque in Glasgow. When the weather allows, you can wander through the pretty Botanic Gardens on the Great Western Road. On less sunny day you can enjoy a walk among palm trees and cacti and explore the city’s history in the People’s Palace & Winter Gardens. Our hotels near the Botanic Gardens include the Heritage Hotel and Clifton Hotel.
Glasgow has an impressive heritage of Victorian architecture thanks to the vast industrial wealth generated in the city during the 19th century. The University of Glasgow, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, is a fine example – check out our hotels near the University of Glasgow if you’d like to stay nearby. Another of Glasgow’s most beloved architects is Charles Rennie Mackintosh, who designed the Willow Tea Rooms among other buildings; you can spot his Art Nouveau style throughout the city.
Glasgow’s cultural calendar is packed with entertaining events showcasing local and international talent. For folk and world music fans, Celtic Connections Festival takes place each January. During July Merchant City Festival turns the city into a giant theatre, as music, art, comedy and drama take centre stage. Glasgow Winterfest and the city’s Hogmanay Celebration end the year in style with plenty of festive fireworks. There are concerts and live music in Glasgow throughout the year, with some of the city’s premier venues including the O2 Academy, SECC, the Barrowland Ballroom, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut (usually King Tut's for short), and many more venues around the city.
After a day tramping around museums or a night out on the town it’s easy to get back to your hotel thanks to Glasgow’s public transport connections, which also connect the city’s main ports of entry. Glasgow International Airport is a 15-minute shuttle bus journey from the city centre. The main train stations are Glasgow Central and Queen Street, which are both well connected to other parts of the UK. The city has a two-line subway system with stops near major landmarks and is a historic attraction in its own right, being the third oldest underground train system in the world behind those in London and Budapest. Day tickets are available, and are a sensible option if you’re planning on doing lots of sightseeing.
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