We booked this at a good price, very convenient andlovely reception. Unfortunately our room was quite small and a little tired, some missing veneer on the furniture and the information folder was very worn and shabby. Food was good and staff helpful. Ridiculously small lifts and one is shared wth staff. Although near the station we were not disturbed by any noise.
This is a wonderful hotel. Right in the heart of the city close to all the shops, bars and restaurants.
Very modern room and comfy bed but wish there had of been more windows to open as was a bit warm.
Fantastic breakfast and had lots of lovely champagne cocktails in the stunning champagne central bar. Would thoroughly recommend!!
Arrived late into Glasgow and had a full schedule ahead of me the following day so simply needed a relaxing hotel and good customer service. I got all of this in and more!! Front of house were courteous and efficient, room service arrived promptly and the breakfast options are fantastic. Thoroughly recommend this place as a place to stay if you are on business in the Glasgow area.
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We were delighted with Malnaison in Glascow. Location is perfect, walking distance from both art galleries and nightlife, with a park nearby. Malnaison is in a tastefully renovated church. While the rooms aren't large, they had everything we needed. Charming staff willing to help with anything.
As other have said, having a gourmet restaurant on premises is a real plus. Variety of prix fixe menus. Again attentive service
Great stay, friendly staff, great breakfast. Room ready from 12 so could check in earlier than stated. Room too cold when we arrived but soon rectified when we had got the hang of the air conditioning.
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.