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citizenM Hotel Glasgow
Renfrew Street 60
G2 3BW Glasgow
8.4 / 10
MAX Apartments  Olympic House
142 Queen Street
G1 3BU Glasgow
Blythswood Square Hotel
11 Blythswood Square
G2 4AD Glasgow
The St Enoch Hotel
42-44 Howard Street
G1 4EE Glasgow
Clifton Hotel
26/27 Buckingham Terrace
G12 8ED Glasgow
6.6 / 10
Dreamhouse Apartments Glasgow City Centre
120-140 Ingram Street
G1 1EJ Glasgow
Glasgow Lofts Apartments
134 Renfrew Street
G3 6ST Glasgow
Novotel Glasgow Centre
181 Pitt Street
G2 4DT Glasgow
7.5 / 10
Best Western Glasgow City Hotel
27 Elmbank Street
G2 4PB Glasgow
7.7 / 10
Marks Hotel
110 Bath Street
G2 2EN Glasgow
8.1 / 10
Best Western Garfield House Hotel
Cumbernauld Road
G33 6HW Glasgow
7.4 / 10
Kings Park Hotel
Mill Street
G73 2LX Glasgow
7.0 / 10
Swallow Hotel Glasgow
517 Paisley Road West
G51 1RW Glasgow
6.7 / 10
Millennium Hotel Glasgow
George Square
G2 1DS Glasgow
7.1 / 10
McLays Guest House
260 - 276 Renfrew Street
G3 6TT Glasgow
7.0 / 10
Menzies Hotels Glasgow
27 Washington Street
G3 8AZ Glasgow
8.4 / 10
Euro Hostel Glasgow
318 Clyde Street
G1 4NR Glasgow
Argyll Hotel
973 Sauchiehall Street
G3 7TQ Glasgow
9.0 / 10
Albion Hotel
405 North Woodside Road
G20 6NN Glasgow
6.8 / 10
Glasgow House
Bank Street 3
G12 8JQ Glasgow
Campanile Glasgow
10 Tunnel Street
G3 8HL Glasgow
7.2 / 10
Carlton George Hotel
44 West George Street
G21DH Glasgow
8.3 / 10
Fraser Suites Glasgow
1 - 19 Albion Street
G1 1LH Glasgow
8.0 / 10
Ambassador Hotel
7 Kelvin Drive
G20 8QG Glasgow
7.0 / 10
Glasgow Pond Hotel
Great Western Road
G12OXP Glasgow
7.8 / 10
The Kelvingrove Hotel
944 Sauchiehall Street
G3 7TH Glasgow
7.5 / 10
Campanile Glasgow Airport
2 Row Avenue
G51 4SY Glasgow
7.5 / 10
Acorn Hotel
140, Elderslie Street
G3 7AW Glasgow
7.4 / 10
Park Inn by Radisson Glasgow City Centre
West George Street
G2 2JJ Glasgow
The Largest City in Scotland

Although Glasgow is the largest City in Scotland it is not the capital city and many local residents argue it should be. It is the third largest city in Britain and is serviced by major rail and road networks and an international airport.

Glasgow is situated on the West coast of Scotland and has a population of more than 1.75 million.

Old and New Buildings Combined

The city is based on a grid system on the banks of the River Clyde. The city centre boasts stunning architectural buildings sitting amongst modern buildings both of which delight the tourists.

Try to make a visit to some of the citiy’s cultural venues including the Glasgow royal concert Hall and the Gallery of Modern art both of which are located in the centre of the city.

A City that has Thrived in Adversity

The wealth of Glasgow originated during its trading period in the 18th century when it imported vast quantities of sugar, tobacco and cotton from overseas. The main port being known as Port Glasgow.

It excelled in ship building and manufacturing and was a market leader for the use of industrial machinery and coal industries. As such it became a very important shipping centre and became one of the first cities to reach a population of 1 million.

However, during the 20th century the city started to decline and suffered a Great Depression and industries moved away from Glasgow to other more prosperous countries such as Japan and West Germany.

As a result the city received a large injection of funds to regenerate and a huge program of rebuilding led to some of the most modern and wonderfully designed residential and commercial buildings in Europe.

The bedrock of Glasgow it’s the resilience of its inhabitants who have maintained a strong family and work ethic along with a quick-witted sense of humour which is second to none.

Fine Scottish and European Food

Glasgow has a thriving district known as the West End, which is awash with cafes. Bars and restaurants and if you like good quality food then you should head for this area. You will not be disappointed.

One of the Largest Shopping Centers in Europe

Glasgow is voted one of the top places to shop in the UK apart from London and it offers more than 1500 shops with both designer and high street labels.

In addition you can find small boutique outlets offering vintage clothing and independent record labels which is a rarity in a large city centre with shopping arcades these days.

Head for Style Mile, Buchanan Street or Princes Square for the best bargains and widest variety.