"Excellent position in Glasgow to visit O2 and SECC"
Staff extremely courteous and friendly especially in the restaurant where nothing was too much trouble. Food was particularly good and the added bonus was that we could take our two small dogs into the bar.
My two friends and I stayed in the family room with 4 single beds (which was huge) and were very happy with our stay. We had a great big window with a view of the street. The bathroom tiles were SUPER slippery though, almost wiped out a few times!
Traveller from London
A short stroll takes you into cosmopolitan Glasgow - Byres Road a favourite haunt of Academia with its many and varied bars …More
I had a very pleasant 3 night stay at this lovely hotel. The rooms are comfortable, breakfast is good and the staff is very friendly. WiFi unfortunately didn't work in my room (full signal but my phone didn't connect), worked very well in the breakfast area though. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
"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.
3rd time staying. Reception staff very helpful and friendly. spa treatment at short notice, available and staff respectful and professional.
Room very comfortable, unfortunately, upgrading work in hotel noisy above us. This was fed back on checkout, our breakfast cost was kindly refunded.
Breakfast available with a lot to choose from. However, despite mentioning that we required gluten free menu, this wasnt made available to us. After 2nd request for toast and sausages, we received. It appeared to be a lack of staff available for service or members of staff new to the job and under going training? On the positive, a male member of staff was working very hard and was polite, helpful and appeared to be working 2 areas, very good customer service observed and received.
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.