Very good service. Comfortable. Quiet although soundproofing of bathrooms needs attention.
Breakfast very good. Somewhat over-priced for facilities.
Not a convenient location if visiting central Glasgow.
This hotel served it's purpose. It was a little tired. Carpet needed to be replaced (dirty, worn) Breakfast was good. Staff wasn't overly friendly. Bathroom was soooooo small. Comfortable enough bed. Someone staying in room next door was up until 4:00 a.m. every night and was speaking very loudly every night very inconsiderate. I would recommend this hotel only if you know all this before you stay!
"Conveniently located in a trendy part of Glasgow."
The hotel is quaint and has an old world charm. Yes the beds are a bit lumpy and the furniture a little worn but in a charming way. This hotel was what I expect when booking into a small non-chain property. Parking was no problem for us because we checked in on a Saturday evening and checked-out on Sunday morning so there was ample parking in front of the building at no charge. Parking is likely more of an issue during the week.
We were supposed to have a single room that would sleep four; however, because of some plumbing problem we were upgraded at no charge to a two room apartment.
We recently stayed at the White House Apartments during a short stay in Glasgow. It was located in the West End in a lovely residential area. It was nicely appointed with everything we needed for our stay. The kitchen was compact, but had what we needed. My only regret is that we did not stay longer. We will definately return. The hotel manager was great.
The north west of Glasgow is home to some of Scotland's most affluent suburbs, with many of the postcodes soaked in elegance. Bishopbriggs provides an impressive range of grand Victorian villas, as well as Huntersville Village, which is a unique mix of locally owned and operated shops and services, including an art gallery, art classes, music classes, and a café.