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Our recommended hotels in Glasgow

Charing Cross Guest House
Renfrew Street 310
G3 6UW Glasgow
7.2 / 10
Go Glasgow Urban Hotel
Paisley Road West 517
G51 1RW Glasgow
9.3 / 10
McLays Guest House
260 - 276 Renfrew Street
G3 6TT Glasgow
7.1 / 10
Albion Hotel
405-407 North Woodside Rd
G20 6NN Glasgow
6.9 / 10
Malmaison Glasgow
West George Street 278
G2 4LL Glasgow
9.7 / 10
Acorn Hotel
Elderslie Street 140
G3 7JR Glasgow
7.1 / 10
Menzies Hotels Glasgow
Washington Street 27
G3 8AZ Glasgow
8.5 / 10
Rennie Mackintosh Station Hotel
59 Union Street
G1 3RB Glasgow
The Merchant Lodge Hotel
52 Virginia Street
G1 1TY Glasgow
6.3 / 10
The Kelvingrove Hotel
944 Sauchiehall Street
G3 7TH Glasgow
7.1 / 10
Millennium Hotel Glasgow
George Square
G2 1DS Glasgow
7.0 / 10
Kelvin Hotel West End
Buckingham Terrace 1-7
G12 8EB Glasgow
2.0 / 10
Ambassador Hotel
Kelvin Drive 7
G20 8QG Glasgow
7.1 / 10
Best Western Glasgow City Hotel
27 Elm Bank Street
G2 4PB Glasgow
7.7 / 10
Clifton Hotel
Buckingham Terrace 27
G12 8ED Glasgow
5.8 / 10
Abbotsinch Paisley
PA3 2TE Glasgow
7.8 / 10
Crowne Plaza Hotel Glasgow
Congress Road
G3 8QT Glasgow
7.9 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Glasgow City Ctr-Theatreland
Theatreland,165 West Nile Street
G1 2RL Glasgow
7.4 / 10
Busby Hotel
1 Field Road Clarkston
G76 8RX Glasgow
Holiday Inn Glasgow City Centre-Theatreland
161 West Nile Street
G1 2RL Glasgow
7.7 / 10
Hotel Indigo Glasgow
75 Waterloo Street
G2 7DA Glasgow
8.8 / 10
Hotel The Spires
77 Glassford Street
G1 1BQ Glasgow
7.6 / 10
Mercure Glasgow City Hotel
201 Ingram Street
G1 1DQ Glasgow
7.3 / 10
Novotel Glasgow Centre
181 Pitt Street
G2 4DT Glasgow
7.5 / 10
Kings Park Hotel
Mill Street
G73 2LX Glasgow
6.8 / 10
Glasgow House
Bank Street 3
G12 8JQ Glasgow
Campanile Glasgow
Tunnel Street 10
G3 8HL Glasgow
7.2 / 10
Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre
Finnieston Quay
G3 8HN Glasgow
7.7 / 10

The Exciting Cultural Capital of Scotland: Glasgow

Glasgow is a port city on the River Clyde, and due to its prosperity in the 18th-20th Century, it is famous for its Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture. On top of this, the city as also become Scotland’s capital for culture. The Scottish Opera, Royal Ballet and National Theatre are all based in Glasgow. As the largest city in Scotland it has a lot to offer and the people are known for their friendliness.

All aboard!

As the largest city in Scotland, Glaswegians are very reliant on the public transport system, especially bus and underground. The best point to start is The Travel Centre at St Enoch Square. If you are arrive into the airport, then there is a bus directly to Buchanen Square that leaves every ten minutes between 08:00 and 17:00.

Not-to-be-missed attractions

One of the main attractions of Glasgow is the wonderful architecture and buzz as you walk around the city, but if you feel like stopping off at some famous sights, then here are a couple of recommendations:

The Burrell Collection

Sir William Burrell and his wife gifted a collection of over 9,000 works of art to Glasgow. They collected art from as early as their teenage years, and the museum houses important artifacts from medieval art to paintings by Degas.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

The building is a fine example of the Victorian architecture for which Glasgow is famous. Inside you can gaze in wonder at a fabulously varied collection. You can see a Spitfire Plane, but also see a painting by Salvador Dali! However, the museum flows nicely from piece to piece, and the free-hour long tour is great (starts daily at 11am or 2:30pm)

Relaxing and a little bit of entertainment

Glasgow is great of an afternoon of shopping and bar hopping along the Left Bank but it also wonderful for live music. Here are a few places to keep an eye out for:

King Tut’s Wah-Wah Hut

This is a concert venue that is renown across the UK for hosting new and upcoming bands, as well as having an amazing atmosphere and buzz. There serve their own lager and food from 12pm, and maybe you’ll be lucky enough to catch an intimate performance by the next big act! (272a St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5RL.)

Ubiquitous Chip

This is arguably the best place to see Scottish cuisine at its very best. Unlike the name may suggest, Ubiquitous Chip serves much more than just the famous Chip. It champions local produce, but adds a certain French twist to its flavours. Just down a little alley, near the University, you’ll find this Glaswegian favourite, and make sure to check out the extensive wine list! (12 Ashton Lane, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G12 8SJ)

Time to Catch Forty Winks

There are manny great places to stay in Glasgow, very very different budgets. Depending on whether you want to be in the centre of the nightlife or find a tranquil spot on a quiet street, there are many options available to you. Here are a couple of our suggestions:

The Merchant Lodge

This 300 year old building is packed full of character and within easy walking distance of Glasgow cathedral. The rooms are well-presented, with all the essential facilities, and the hotel also offers a restaurant, if you don’t feel like venturing out. However, the hotel is perfectly positioned for your to exxplore the city, and the famous Glaswegian nightlife. (52 Virginia Street, G1 1TY Glasgow)

The Grand Central Hotel

This fabulous 4-star hotel is located in the heart of Glasgow and combines it grand architecture with the famous art deco design. The hotel has recently undergon refurbishment, so that wonderful old charm is combined with the newest facilities and rooms finisehd to the highest standards. The staff are on hand for any requests and are extremely helpful and friendly. (99 Gordon Street, G1 3SF Glasgow)

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