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Glasgow United Kingdom Hotels & Motels

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The Glasgow center point is about the area of City Centre Glasgow and the area of Glasgow School of Art.

Glasgow Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Citizenm Hotel Glasgow
60 Renfrew St. Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 3BW United Kingdom
  • 4-star hotel
Marks Hotel in Glasgow
110 Bath St., Glasgow, G22EN United Kingdom
  • The Marks Hotel in Glasgow is located in the Theatreland District. Each of the 103 guest rooms are unique. Some are designed for families, others have a view of the city, and a few even offer floor-to- ceiling windows. No matter which room you choose, you are sure to enjoy the free wireless Internet, satellite LCD TVs, and the One Ten Bar and Grill. You will find many attractions exist just outside of the hotel's front doors. Nearby is the Museum of Modern Art, Hampden Park, Princes Square, the Glasgow Science Center, Cineworld, and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • 5 suites in hotel
  • Most guests said the beds were comfortable
  • Clean hotel facilities
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Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central - Glasgow Cambridge St., Glasgow, G23HN United Kingdom
  • High end hotel
  • Check-in: 15:00
Holiday Inn Theatreland in Glasgow Theathreland, Glasgow, G1 2RL United Kingdom
  • 3-star property
  • Hotel has 110 rooms
Apex City of Glasgow Hotel - Glasgow 110 Bath St. Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 2EN United Kingdom
  • High-end property
  • Check in time: 14:30
Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland in Glasgow 161 West Nile St., Glasgow, G12RL United Kingdom
  • High-end Downtown property
  • Check in time: 14:00
  • Perfectly clean
  • Room is all right
Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Theatreland 165 West Nile St., Glasgow, G12RL United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 5 floors
  • Most guests found problems with the furniture
  • Reasonably accessible by car
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Abode Glasgow 129 Bath St. Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 2SZ United Kingdom
  • Four-star hotel
  • Hotel has 4 floors
Travelodge Glasgow Central 5 11 Hill St., Glasgow, G3 6RP United Kingdom
  • 3 star property
Baby Abode Hotel in Glasgow
129 Bath St., Glasgow, G22SZ United Kingdom
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 59 rooms
Hampton by Hilton Glasgow Central - Glasgow 140 West Campbell St., Glasgow, G24TZ United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • 88 rooms in property
Park Inn by Radisson Glasgow City Centre - Glasgow
139 & 141 West George St., Glasgow, G22JJ United Kingdom
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 91 rooms
  • Close to public transport
  • TV needs to be updated
Blythswood Square Hotel 11 Blythswood Sq. Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 4AD United Kingdom
  • Luxury 5-star hotel
Carlton George Hotel 44 West George St., Glasgow, G2 1DH United Kingdom
  • 4-star hotel
  • Check-in: 14:00
Novotel Glasgow Centre 181 Pitt St., Glasgow, G24DT United Kingdom
  • 4-star Convention Center property
  • 6 floors in hotel
  • High priced breakfast
  • Average restaurant service
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Malmaison Glasgow 278 West George St. Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 4LL United Kingdom
  • 4-star property
  • 64 rooms in hotel
Dakota Deluxe Glasgow - Glasgow 179 West Regent St. Glasgow, Glasgow, G2 4DP United Kingdom
  • 4-star property
  • 11 suites in hotel
Victorian House Hotel : 212 Renfrew St.
212 Renfrew St., Glasgow, G36TX United Kingdom
  • 2 star Downtown hotel
  • Free complimentary breakfast
  • Located near shopping areas and the city center
  • Bathroom could be optimized
Ibis Hotel Glasgow City Centre - Glasgow 220 West Regent St., Glasgow, G24DQ United Kingdom
  • 2 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 141 rooms
  • Location is great
  • Room is all right
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The Grand Central Hotel Glasgow - Glasgow 99 Gordon St., Glasgow, G13SF United Kingdom
  • The The Grand Central Hotel Glasgow, located in Glasgow, is both a luxury hotel and a choice business venue. Guest rooms within the hotel are decorated around the history of the Caledonian Railway. Each of the rooms are designed with comfort in mind, but the executive suites offer a few special perks, such as fuzzy slippers and a bathrobe. When you get hungry, you can choose to dine at either Deli Central, the Tempus Bar and Restaurant, or Champagne Central, which overlooks Central Station. Corporate guests will appreciate the two floors within the hotel that are dedicated to meeting spaces for special events.
  • Three Star property
  • Check-in: 15:00
Rennie Mackintosh City Hotel - Glasgow 218 To 220 Renfrew St. Glasgow, Glasgow, G3 6TX United Kingdom
  • Three Star property
  • Fitness + Health Center
Grasshopper Hotel Glasgow - Glasgow Caledonian Chambers Glasgow, Glasgow, G1 3TA United Kingdom
  • Affordable property
  • 30 rooms in hotel
Millennium Hotel Glasgow : George Sq.
George Sq., Glasgow, G21DS United Kingdom
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • 116 rooms in property
Premier Suites Plus Glasgow
Olympic House 136 144 Queen St., Glasgow, G1 3BX United Kingdom
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • 45 suites in property
Hotel Indigo Glasgow - Glasgow 75 Waterloo St., Glasgow, G27DA United Kingdom
  • Four-star property
  • Hotel has 5 floors
  • Spacious rooms
  • Plentiful and tasty Sunday breakfast
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Glasgow, United Kingdom summarized

Being the largest city in Scotland, Glasgow is a Mecca for travelers from all over Europe and the world. It brims with attractions and things to do so that tourists who choose to visit the city will never be bored exploring it. The hotel is a mix of contemporary and period architecture that never fails to amaze travelers. There is so much that a traveler can do in Glasgow. Don't forget to check out Clyde Auditorium for shows and performances. Sometimes compared with the architecture of the Sydney Opera House, this auditorium is actually created with a ship's hull as inspiration. The auditorium has hosted plenty of world class performances. Famous for its music scene, the city has plenty of nightclubs and performance venues. The city is not just music and arts but also a mix of various activities and destinations. Lots of green parks are spread across the city so that travelers can breathe in some fresh air and also enjoy the views of these modern parks. Glasgow is also a big fan of football so that 3 major stadiums are located in the city. The city comes alive every time there are games in any of these stadiums.

'I remember living in a shared flat near the University Lane in Glasgow when I was 20 or 21. I remember all the good people of my Glasgow who were generous enough to give me odd jobs to do to make a living. No matter how long I live in LA, Glasgow is my first and last home.'
Craig Ferguson, noted Scottish comedian and stage actor, thus gave way to his love for his home city at an even held to raise funds for a charity. Ferguson, like many others, left Glasgow in search for better opportunities for elsewhere, and ended up being a star host of a late night show in Los Angeles. Despite all the riches and the fame, Ferguson hasn't shied away from making public his affection for Glasgow. That's one thing that has always separated Glaswegians from others. 

In a typically Scottish way, Glasgow residents do not take too kindly to any comparisons with fellow Englishmen, and definitely not with Londoners. But still, being called the London on Clyde comes as an honor to Glasgow that not many Glaswegians would be willing to forgo. 

At its very core, Glasgow is a city of historic monuments and impregnable castles, windy hills and uneven, vast stretches of lowlands, riverside piers and seagulls, to-and-fro traffic of merchant ships and incessant running of trains, universities and schools, opera houses and theaters, celebrities and commoners. 

A trip to Glasgow (if that's what is on your mind these days) is usually a trip worth remembering for tourists. Loaded with innumerable sights and sounds, Glasgow, even in the strictest sense of the word, is a true tourism hotspot. 

Budget Hotels in Glasgow  

A trip to Glasgow can be made a whole lot more enjoyable and inexpensive if you choose to stay at one of many cheap hotels that are housed by the city of Glasgow. The speciality of such cheap hotels here is that most of them are built in a way to provide the most basic amenities at most reasonable prices. Many take the form of bed and breakfast units, while others take the form of cheap inns that are perfectly fit for the stay of a night or two, if not longer. 

Premier Inn Hotel operates in at least four locations in Glasgow, all of which are reputed to be comfortably cheap lodging options, fit for short stays. Out of these, Premier Inn Hotel at George Square is particularly popular with travelers because of its proximity with the railway station

Travelodge Glasgow at Paisley Road also offers basic amenities at affordable prices. Glasgow Pond Hotel can be chosen by tourists who are traveling with families, as it is often considered to be the best among family friendly budget hotels in Glasgow. 

Raising The Bar Higher 

Living in a cheap hotel is often not the idea of a great trip that some tourists associate themselves with. These usually form the class of tourists who love to indulge in all the pleasures of comfort that a luxury hotel is ready to accord them with. 

Living in a luxury hotel in Glasgow can be quite an expensive affair, if you stretch your day anywhere beyond 3 nights. In American currency, $499 per night is an average figure indicating the nightly price charged by such Glasgow hotels per guest! 

Hotel Indigo Glasgow is worthy of a special mention in this category. Located on the outskirts of the city limits, Hotel Indigo is famous for its Victorian architecture and a fully-fledge Scottish kitchen. 

Hotel Novotel Glasgow is also a crowd favorite, marking the excellence of services that Novotel is best known for around the world. Sherbrooke Castle Hotel is an aristocratic house turned into a hotel, usually used for lavish wedding parties. 

Independent Hotels in Glasgow 

Glasgow is home to some of the most beautiful independent hotel and resort properties in the UK. Undulating stretches of hills and grass make for a perfect golf setting that can only be accentuated by the presence of a stately home rented out for a family vacation. 

Holiday rentals has been a long standing tradition in Glasgow tourism, and the one that makes sense, too. Renting an old villa or a modern apartment is usually much more economical in the long run, as compared to paying the nightly price for a lavish suite in posh hotels in Glasgow. 

Outskirts of the city are dotted with many such holiday rentals that are quite difficult to find vacant, come summer months. 

Things to Remember While Sightseeing in Glasgow 

Glasgow, contrary to a popular perception, is not merely a city of castles. There are quite a few other attractions to see and events to attend if you are thorough enough in your research to unearth them. 

Hiring a local guide is often recommended while in Glasgow. But then again, it should be you who needs to be making calls regarding which attractions to attend and which ones to skip. By relying too much on a guide, you would be forsaking the very possibility of chalking your trip your way. 

Also, having a good enough knowledge of local dialect and vernacular can be quite handy, especially to break ice with locals. 

Most Fitting Time to Visit Glasgow 

The most ideal time to visit Glasgow is the month of May. On a broader scale, any week in April to June can be good enough to allow you to enjoy your trip to Glasgow the most. These weeks are usually marked by warm weather, long hours of daylight, perfectly balmy air, many food and art festivals and local events jam-packed into Glasgow's social calendar. On the side, however, this period also marks the annual hiking of room tariffs by most Glasgow hotels. 

Planning your trip to Glasgow on a weekend makes the most sense as the streets of Glasgow are vacated to a certain degree during weekends as almost all travelers who were in Glasgow on their business return to their respective homes. 

Verified reviews of the city of Glasgow

Below are reviews of the city of Glasgow, United Kingdom from an actual visitor's perspective.

"A Vibrant, Friendly City."
Score 4.0 / 5

I was very pleasantly surprised by Glasgow as I had heard some very negative comments. I found it to be a vibrant, friendly city.Our party stumbled across a restaurant called Fratelli Sarti and it was fantastic absolutely, 5 star authentic Italian.I would definitely visit again.

Karen B., from 03-Nov-2014
"Interesting Place"
Score 4.0 / 5

Glasgow is a very busy city, but interesting.

Sandra S., from 05-Jun-2014
The average traveler rating of the city of Glasgow, United Kingdom shown above is 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
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