I really enjoyed my stay. The staff were extremely courteous and helpful, and the room was splendid. It's a perfect location if you're going to the concert hall or doing some shopping. And the restaurant/pub is really nice, too.
Stayed on a Saturday night when attending a concert at the City Halls, 2 minute walk away. Lots of restaurants/bars in vicinity. Hotel is 10 minute, fairly flat, walk from Queen St station, less to Strathclyde University. Sitting area is comfortable, bedroom has good storage and good sized bed. Noise from the street was intrusive and as it was a Saturday that carried on beyond 2.00am. I was surprised as the windows are double glazed and look a good fit.
Great location, especially if you get the bus from the Airport, Shuttle 500. I was kindly upgraded to a deluxe room which was very nice. Only drawback was that it faced out to the main street with the bus depot, so there was considerable noise late into the night,
we stayed in a 2 bed appartment which was well furnished and large rooms. clean and tidy. had a few scruffs. good city location and 10 mins walk to shopping. only problem we had was there was no hot water in so had to resort to the electric shower for washing as we only stayed for 2 nights. did report it to the hotel but by the time the maintance guy turned up it was time to go. overall we would use it again as long as the hot water is on.
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Long an important industrial centre and port, modern Glasgow is one of Britain’s most vibrant cultural cities. The centre features outstanding Victorian architecture and houses over 20 galleries and museums, several boasting world-class collections, and many graced by the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Performing arts venues stage the best acts outside London, with shops (Merchant Square, Buchanan Street, Barras Market) and restaurants to match.