Right across from the Botanical Gardens. Staff was so wonderful and the room was amazing. We would definitely stay there again! Parking was free so we left our car there and took a short walk to the subway to get to downtown. This was very convenient. This hotel is very quiet, relaxing and we really enjoyed our time there.
I used the Albion Hotel for a night as I was in Glasgow for a meeting and wanted somewhere close to the subway that was comfortable and friendly. I had a fabulous room, and although I arrived quite late, after 10pm, was welcomed nicely without being made to feel that I had kept anyone waiting. The room was great, very clean and well equipped. and the breakfast was excellent.
"Great Hotel! Close to several great Restaurants!"
Walking into the hotel we were greeted by a friendly and welcoming member of staff behind the reception desk. Check in was quick and easy and the receptionist seemed genuinely happy to help. The room was clean and comfortable, with great decor and all of the necessary facilities. I would definitely recommend the Lorne hotel and I will definitely be returning.
This lovely little hotel is a favourite of mine and I have stayed there many times over the years. The very best thing about the hotel is the quality of the staff: the welcome, attention to detail and above all the MAGNIFICENT breakfast, cooked to order and simply the best full Scottish I've ever had.
Room was clean, comfortable, and well maintained. The only issues for us is that we did not understand that most of the hotel's rooms were below street level. The light in our room was good, because there was a big bay window that opened up to a street-facing below-ground courtyard. BUT because the plumbing was "below grade" the waste water from the toilet, sink, and shower needed to be pumped out. The pump was quite loud when activated, and there was a bit of a smell now and then. The toilet also needed several flushes. For the price, the hotel was still a good value, but we would have taken the above into account when selecting a hotel.
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Embedded on the edge of the stylish yet laid-back West End, the Kelvingrove hotel offers the best of both worlds, being only …More
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.