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Hotels near Glasgow Central Station in Glasgow

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Best hotels near Glasgow Central Station, Glasgow

4.5/5103 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent103 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.07km from Glasgow Central Station
We booked this hotel expressly for its convenience to Glasgow's bus and train stations in city centre. We stayed at Grasshoppers twice during the same month, as we were coming off a cruise in Dover, going north to the Highlands, then back to Glasgow, all without a car. The hotel did not disappoint in its location, comfortable accommodations, very good breakfast, and friendly helpful staff. We loved the welcome baked treats (and ice cream if you wished), tea/coffee in room, and quiet atmosphere. Its compact rooms were as advertised, so that was expected. We really liked the art along the corridors, and learned it is from the owner's private collection. Granted the street outside is not classy, but we felt perfectly safe there, and liked that guests must be buzzed in, or already know the door code; there is also a doorman or person at the entry desk. We used the Underground (St Enoch Station is only one block away) to visit the museums. There are lots of cafes, nearby. Another plus is that the Airport Express bus stop is only one block away on St. Vincent St; so even if it's raining, you're not exposed for long. Whenever I needed to email the hotel with questions or to amend a reservation, they replied quickly. Would definitely recommend.
4.7/597 Reviews
4.7/5Outstanding97 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.12km from Glasgow Central Station
We stayed one night. Hotel is lovely and very well maintained. Reception staff friendly. Our room was good with amazingly comfy bed. The bathroom however let it down as grout was a bit mouldy and bath matt dirty. Also room didn't appear to have a hairdryer. The Champagne Central bar was great but our cocktails were such a rip off: £10.50 each and had ice to the brim of tall glasses so hardly anything in the glass to drink - shocking and disappointing. Breakfast very good but wouldn't expect to get my own tea or coffee from a machine or make my own toast at a 4 star hotel.
0/50 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.13km from Glasgow Central Station
In the Glasgow City Centre district of Glasgow, close to George Square, Mitchell Street, Vienna 1 features free WiFi and a washing machine. The property is 400 metres from Glasgow Central Station and 1.7 km from Glasgow Cathedral. This apartment is equipped with 2 bedrooms, a kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a flat-screen TV, a seating area and 2 bathrooms equipped with a shower. Towels and bed linen are provided. Popular points of interest near the apartment include Buchanan Galleries, The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and Glasgow Queen Street Station. The nearest airport is Glasgow Airport, 16 km from Mitchell Street, Vienna 1.
0/50 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.15km from Glasgow Central Station
With a stay at this apartment, you'll be centrally located in Glasgow, within a 10-minute drive of OVO Hydro and Buchanan Street. This apartment is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Merchant City.Make yourself comfortable in your apartment. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected.
4.3/555 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent55 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.17km from Glasgow Central Station
We traveled for a wedding and the hotel was so central easy to get to and everything was near by, google maps took us to the wrong entrance but Aimee on reception gave us a laugh through the intercom and a warm welcome when we checked in. We stayed for 2 nights beds were so comfortable room was spotless and bright. We had an early taxi organised by Jordan at night and checking us out in the morning was aimee who seemed to be as cheery as she was at check in a few days prior. All the staff were great and went above and beyond for any of our needs fresh towels, extra tea, help with bags they really are fantastic. We will be back soon !!
3.7/5103 Reviews
3.7/5103 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.18km from Glasgow Central Station
The city center is cheap and there is a bar on the first floor. And it's 20-30 meters away from the train station center where I'm going to the meeting. This geographical location is absolutely amazing. The house is consistent, always English, but the security is very good, there is a bathtub in it, but the heating is not sure if it is broken or I will not use it.
4.5/548 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent48 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.22km from Glasgow Central Station
Our apartment was really nice and finished to a high standard. Was totally spotless and just overall a great space! The location couldn’t be anymore central, so handy being close to everything. A little noise through the night but thats to be expected in a city centre. Really handy just having codes into the building and your room instead of keys. Option to leave luggage which was really useful when checkout was 11 but we’re travelling later in the day. Will definitely stay here again next time we’re in Glasgow!
4.6/565 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding65 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.24km from Glasgow Central Station
I get what this hotel is trying to do, but it doesn't do it that well! I had good communication prior to my stay, a few texts reminding me. I liked the self check in screen, saves time. The room itself was supposed to be a 'queen' but it was extremely cramped, the bed was a small double at best and there was a weird single bunk bed over the double, which made the room feel so small and oppressive. Floor to ceiling windows in the bathroom were inconvenient. There was a door joining my room to the next which was less than ideal. The whole hotel was very noisy, you could hear doors opening and closing all over the place. There was a lot of noise coming from the room next door which was made worse by the door, as this let more noise in. The party eventually stopped about 3am. This wasn't just me, my colleague had to ask someone to come up and stop a party in the hallway at 1am and he was 2 floors up. No kettle, no water, pretty basic room. This would do for one night maximum IF there was nowhere else.
4.5/5109 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent109 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.29km from Glasgow Central Station
First time ever stayed here. Check in fast reception area beautiful. Staff very helpful do anything for you. Very hip bar and seating area. I had an accessible room very comfortable superking bed. Wet room absolutely beautiful very large and so well thought out. We go to Glasgow a lot and found this hotel is so well thought out. No tap beers but prices were good great selection of cocktails and drinks in line with other pubs hotels found prices on par or cheaper. We didn't do breakfast but it's continental there are plenty of places within 2 minutes walk if want Scottish cooked breakfast. It's within 1inute walk to central station and shops within 5 to 10 minutes St enochs. We were so impressed rebooked with family. Our new hotel of choice in Glasgow
4.3/5105 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent105 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.3km from Glasgow Central Station
Deserves to be a five-star hotel, very comfortable living, large TV and bed, free water provided, large floor-to-ceiling windows, good sound insulation and good sleep quality.
4.6/5111 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding111 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.31km from Glasgow Central Station
Firstly, there was a mix-up with the rooms on the first night. However, this was dealt with impeccably by the management. When we did get into our room (701), we found it to be perfect for our purposes. A perfectly proportioned, well-kitted top floor apartment with outstanding terrace views towards the south-side and over the city. Overall, the whole venue is a modernized, well-appointed building, which is perfect if you were wanting to treat your partner to a romantic stay. The presence of the Atlantic restaurant in the basement of the building is a further attraction. Scott and his team were very helpful and welcoming, and full marks to them for sorting out the initial hiccup with the booking. Mistakes occur in every aspect of life - it's how you address them which counts. Suffice to say, we would return.
4.3/5101 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent101 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.31km from Glasgow Central Station
Just back from a overnight stay and can’t believe the difference in a few years with Carlton George. We were so impressed on our last visit and so much has changed. I am genuinely not one for leaving negative reviews but I feel these need to be addressed as it definitely isn’t your usual Carlton George experience. We booked an executive room with lounge access. No issues with room. Comfortable bed and good shower. Mini bar and decanters. My partner had booked extras which was lovely when we arrived. Part of our package was 3 course meal in rooftop restaurant. The restaurant is lovely and amazing views over glasgow. When we arrived we were taken over to be seated and given menu ( which wasn’t the market menu that we had booked) We then waited about 15 mins to be asked if we wanted a drink. The restaurant only had 2 other tables of customers so wasn’t busy. There was around 4 staff all huddled around bar and could see we were waiting and the fact we were looking over no one seemed bothered. The waiter did eventually explain they were learning a new app to order which was fine but no attention was given to waiting customers. This seemed to be a running theme afterwards. The food was mediocre definitely not the quality we had before or what you are paying for. The lounge was self service. We couldn’t find the ice when we arrived. Behind the lounge is the kitchen and we could hear someone moving around. We asked if they could help us. The chef came out not happy and told us there the bell was ( I might add was not in an obvious place) extremely rude. There was no other staff member around to ask. The mixers were all 2 litre bottles that everyone was sharing. I found it a bit bizarre after pandemic they would have this. The snacks again were not really up to much. I’ve never had popcorn that wasn’t flavoured at all but they had it there. Even some plain crisps would have been better but these are little things. The final straw this morning was breakfast. Now we raved about breakfast to everyone last time we were here, it was outstanding. Also for an extra £5 you get it delivered to your room. The breakfast that arrived was abysmal. We went for Scottish breakfast. 2 potatoes scones, lorne slice tiny amount of beans, egg and no bacon. Turns out the chef forgot to put that on the plate. Toast was not toasted. All these things might not seem important to some people but I genuinely couldn’t fault anything on our last visit. i think a little more tlc is needed altogether. Mainly the customer service. Checking your customers aren’t waiting to long and they have everything they need, not snapping at customers who are asking for help, and maybe an extra member of staff in helping the chef plate up the food so it’s acceptable to the customer.

Reviews of Hotels near Glasgow Central Station in Glasgow

Premier Suites Plus Glasgow George Square
4.1/574 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.4km from city center
We stayed during Christmas season and there was a Xmas market next door. The hotel is spacious and all the necessary facilities, including kitchen and washing machine are provided.
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Premier Inn Glasgow Braehead
4/541 Reviews
Glasgow
|6.58km from city center
Booked this hotel because I’d heard good things about their broccoli dishes. Imagine my surprise when we sat down for dinner we were promptly told, ‘we’ve nae broccoli’. This instantly put a dampener on things and what also put a dampener on things was the constant rain we had. It rained solid for a week. Now I get that’s not the Premier Inns fault as Scotland, especially the west of Scotland is known for being rather moist. Next night we were greeted by a cheery chappy called Kevin who again informed us of the lack of broccoli much too my chagrin. He kindly offered to plant some at the side of the hotel so we could get our broccoli fix but after survey o turf it was deemed to swampy for the seeds to take, plus the likely hood of it growing to an adult size portion in the two short weeks I was staying there was probably slim but the thought was there for sure. Broccoli aside, the hotel was comfortable, staff we mostly pleasant, shout out to Shannon who helped us out with the WiFi which was intermittent to say the least but they were transitioning to a new system by all accounts. The £15 I spent on ultimate wifi was a waste of time as i couldn’t log in. The last two days there was a rather unhelpful lady on the desk (hence the 4 stars) who didn’t seem bothered about my wifi situ and went on to say she had worked in many hotels and the wifi at this particular branch was probably the best. Fine if it let you log on I suppose, I told her I’d used 20gb of data on my phone data she wasn’t for moving, printing off a code would’ve been nice but even though I showed her my receipt she lacked compassion and muttered something about ******, which of course I’m not, I’ve had my fare share of birds let me tell thee. Big shout out to Ronnie behind the bar who was off to the big game, hopefully he enjoyed watching his team win 3-3 at the nearby football stadium. Think there was a parade of the ‘we won the second half cup’ the next day but I couldn’t attend due to work commitments. Back home now and have been overdosing on broccoli as it seems the local Aldi has so much of the green stuff, they sell it. Maybe Premier Inn should do their shopping there, they’d probably save themselves a few bob as I got a big back for 89p. Also big should out to Kevin for swapping my nights about.
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Macdonald Crutherland House
3.7/598 Reviews
Glasgow
|15.3km from city center
I really wanted to leave a great review for this hotel. We stayed for an ultimate spa break to celebrate my daughter finishing her exams and leaving school. She was really looking forward to it. Our initial impressions were good, the grounds are beautiful and the reception staff were attentive and friendly. When we reached our room we were a bit disappointed as the room wasn’t to the same standard as other McDonald hotels we have stayed in and sadly that became our constant thought throughout the whole stay. The decor is very tired and the whole place could do with an overhaul. Paper peeling from walls, we had tissue paper stuck underneath the handles on the windows to keep them closed. The relaxation room of the spa was horrible as the ceiling looked mouldy and the paper was peeling off the walls. We had dinner the first night. We had looked at the menu online however it was totally different when we went into the restaurant and the choices weren’t great. We ordered cocktails and both agreed they were the worst cocktails we had ever had, they cost £9.95 each and I didn’t drink mjne at all. Breakfast the next morning was shambolic, there was 8 of us in the restaurant and the staff were running around like headless chickens saying they were so busy and tables weren’t cleaned, we waited a ridiculous length of time to order our food and it took forever to come. We had afternoon tea booked as part of the deal, again it wasn’t great. It had obviously been made well in advance of our booking time and the break on the sandwiches were hard and the cakes cheap and uninteresting. We ate out elsewhere our second evening. We both enjoyed our spa treatments which helped rescue the weekend. Breakfast on our final morning was better as it was a buffet style although we had to wait ages to ask staff for plates as there were none available to lift up (apparently the plate warmer was broken so they weren’t leaving plates out). I think that the staff of Crutherland House are doing the best they can however something has gone wrong with the running of this hotel and it needs attention . We wouldn’t recommend it to friends and next time will go somewhere else
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Yotel Glasgow
4.6/565 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.77km from city center
I get what this hotel is trying to do, but it doesn't do it that well! I had good communication prior to my stay, a few texts reminding me. I liked the self check in screen, saves time. The room itself was supposed to be a 'queen' but it was extremely cramped, the bed was a small double at best and there was a weird single bunk bed over the double, which made the room feel so small and oppressive. Floor to ceiling windows in the bathroom were inconvenient. There was a door joining my room to the next which was less than ideal. The whole hotel was very noisy, you could hear doors opening and closing all over the place. There was a lot of noise coming from the room next door which was made worse by the door, as this let more noise in. The party eventually stopped about 3am. This wasn't just me, my colleague had to ask someone to come up and stop a party in the hallway at 1am and he was 2 floors up. No kettle, no water, pretty basic room. This would do for one night maximum IF there was nowhere else.
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The Merchant City Inn
3.5/562 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.63km from city center
The triple room is on the top of the building, quiet and clean, like a castle. There is breakfast, bathroom and toilet. Stayed 2 nights. Close to the square, shopping center and subway. It is 1.5 kilometers to the long-distance bus station.
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Premier Inn Glasgow (Cambuslang/M74, J2A)
4/541 Reviews
Glasgow
|5.96km from city center
We chose to stay here as it was cheaper than staying in Glasgow Centre.. The rooms are standard premier inn rooms. The bed was comfortable, however, smaller than expected. For some reason, we had to ask for another set of towels that was only given one, even though the room was booked for 2 adults. The bathroom wasn't very clean, but useable There is no air-conditioning or lifts within the hotel..There is a table table restaurant next door. But keep your options open as there is also Costa, Starbucks, KFC, and McDonald's all within walking distance.. The closest station is a 10-minute walk away, which makes it easy access to both Dalmarnock for Celtic Park and Glasgow Central Station.. Cheap for overnight stay for football, would stay again.
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Premier Inn Glasgow City (George Square)
4/544 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.57km from city center
The English breakfast was hearty and delicious. The hotel has complete facilities, elegant environment and high security. It is only a 5-minute walk from the university where my daughter is studying. There is a cafe downstairs, and afternoon tea is convenient.
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Village Hotel Glasgow
4.1/5105 Reviews
Glasgow
|2.51km from city center
Overnight stay for concert at armadillo great location for this, free parking was a bonus! Service in bar restaurant was poor but this was down to lack of staff not the staff ability otherwise ok . Was a bit pricey for the room but the hotel was fine had no real issues
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Moxy Glasgow Merchant City
4.2/5112 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.88km from city center
Overall our stay was great. The staff were very friendly. The room was small but desgined really well and very comofrtable. The hotel had a great atmosphere to it, with lots of young guests and things to do in the reception area. The wifi was hit and miss - trying to make a zoom call in the reception area was nearly impossible even at 7am.
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Ibis Glasgow City Centre - Sauchiehall Street
4.1/5120 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.89km from city center
Stayed here for one night to attend a gig. First night away as a married couple without the baby! The hotel Is very easy to find excellent location. 24 hour reception was handy as we didn't get back from the gig until very late. The drinks options at the bar were excellent and very reasonably priced. The bed was comfy the room and bathroom were absolutely spotless. I really liked the fact that you had to use an electricity card for power in the room this is a fantastic initiative. The disabled access to the rooms and hotel make it easy to manage around. The handle on the toilet door was the easiest to use and it meant that you couldn't lock yourself in a phobia I have had since young. The breakfast was absolutely scrumptious and a huge variety to select from - pastries, cereals, hot food, toast, yogurts and a variety of drinks. Check out was simple and easy. Staff were wonderful.
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The Z Hotel Glasgow
4.3/554 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.34km from city center
Not bad~ The room will be a bit small but it’s enough. It’s five minutes walk next to the city center. When we checked in, the waiter thought that we didn’t pay and had to pay again. Hahaha. Just look at the check-in confirmation form.
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Aparthotel Adagio Glasgow Central
4.5/580 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.91km from city center
Thank you to the staff, as a solo traveller I was quite nervous but I felt so safe. Check in was smooth and friendly. The hotel is clean, stylish and smart. You need your room key to use the lifts so I felt so safe going to my room. I stayed in a double room and it was so spacious! Everything was tidy and well placed. Even though there was a fun fair on the next street it didn’t really bother me when I shut the window. It was my first time staying in an apart-hotel and I would definitely recommend! I didn’t know that having ice in the freezer and cutlery would make me so happy haha. I could chill my water and have a lovely meal in my room without having to fork out for a more expensive takeaway. I used the Tesco express down the street to get myself fresh food. The bathroom had a lovely heated towel Rail too so I had the warmest, fluffiest towel! Down in the lobby they have a Brita water filter, board games, extra kitchen equipment and food and drink. Will certainly return if I ever visit Glasgow again!
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DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central
4.2/556 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.53km from city center
The hotel is situated in the centre of the town which makes you easy to go anywhere. Don’t forget to park your car in their car park which is more cheaper than you put your car in somewhere.
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Crowne Plaza Glasgow
4.1/5114 Reviews
Glasgow
|2.41km from city center
I booked for 2 nights 15th- 17th September for leisure purposes. It was my 40th birthday and my husband had bought tickets to see Kevin Bridges at the Hydro next door. As a special occasion, we booked a Suite & decided to stay longer to make a nicer and relaxing stay. I booked via Booking.com earlier in the year. Extremely easy to get to the Hotel, easy to park & clear signage. Like the walkway into the hotel itself which kept us off the road and the parking tablets on Reception made the process very easy. (Not always a given in a City Centre Hotel - so appreciated) Check In- extremely efficient and staff were brilliant. Was disappointed to be notified that the swimming pool was closed & would be shut the following day from 1430. It was part of the reason I’d chosen the hotel over others in the area. Unfortunately got to the room and it wasn’t a suite. Went back down to Reception & issue was quickly resolved (thank goodness- over £200 per night for a standard double was not what I was quoted when first looking at room options) I received a drinks voucher for 2 due to inconvenience which I thought was a kind gesture. Suite- (1106) Liked the space & loved the views over the River Clyde & beyond. Carpets were stained in multiple areas, cupboards broken on all units, remote control for the TV in living space didn’t work, room service menu was filthy with food marks, and carpets were dirty under the furniture where I presume it was trickier to get a hoover although still very visible. There were bits of debris & dust under the unit in the living space. Even more off putting was opening a bottle of sparkling water provided and finding it had already been opened and someone had clearly taken a swig already. Bar- Decided to go and use our drinks vouchers in the Bar before getting ready for the show. Waited with staff not acknowledging us & talking whilst unloading the dishwasher. When eventually served, was advised I couldn’t have a cocktail due to the show next door. I have no idea of the rationale of this policy but didn’t want to question further. I recognise it’s not the bar staff that write the policies & didn’t want to cause any bad feeling. I asked for a large white wine instead & was then informed that I couldn’t have a large size with the drinks voucher & a medium was then promptly served. I would understand if I’d asked for a Dalmore 62 or a pint of Vodka, but I thought 75 ml extra of wine was tight & poor customer experience especially in the circumstances considering the voucher being received in the first place. I was then asked by the Bar Staff member “Let me guess, you got the voucher due to a problem with the room?” I agreed. “ Doesn’t surprise, this isn’t a good hotel” was the response. When sitting in the bar, I noticed other guests were clearly being served cocktails. I felt extremely put out by this & added to my overall bad impressions of the hotel. Next morning- breakfast in the club lounge- Helped myself to cereal, yo
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Leonardo Royal Hotel Glasgow
4.5/5100 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.92km from city center
Having stayed here a few times before due to its location and reasonable price, I was left disappointed this time. I had booked this hotel because for some reason every hotel in Glasgow that weekend was unusually expensive. Hotels I would have expected to pay >£100 were £150/180. The jury’s was £111. A warm welcome from reception staff and the main lobby is modern and clean. The room we were allocated (618) was a bit dated. It was spacious because it was an accessible room, not at our request so maybe why it was cheaper than others. The above two points didn’t really bother us because it was just somewhere to sleep as we were attending a gig. Unfortunately we did not sleep very well. The windows didn’t do enough to soundproof the outside street noise, the walls were paper thin and you could hear the neighbours talking, plugging and unplugging electrical items- all minor quiet stuff which you shouldn’t really be able to here. Our room had a buzzing noise coming from the vent in the room which kept us awake til 7.30am… and then the neighbours started getting ready to check out. We never complained during the night because we were so tired after being out all night and the noise was intermittent so just when you thought you were back to sleep, it started again. The room was clean but as I said dated, and for this reason I don’t think I’d chose to stay here again.
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Britannia Inn Glasgow
3.9/5117 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|1.13km from city center
My wife and I planned a night out in Glasgow for our friends 40th birthday and booked this hotel for the night. I must say this hotel wasn't what I was expecting the front of house staff were really friendly and professional however that manager needs to learn she is in her position because of the customers and she should learn to speak to the customer in a more professional manner. In the space of 10 minutes while we were checking in we both saw her being disrespectful to 4 different customers. THE BAR and RESTAURANT The choice of drinks were ok however there was no draft beer available. They also had cocktails in the fridge however the barman refused to sell any to us due to the management not allowing him to do so. We paid for morning breakfast and they had a choice of continental or hot breakfast. The breakfast was the best part of the stay. THE ROOM The room was very simple. It had a small TV with standard free channels. The issue I had with the room was the staff only put 1 towel in the bathroom. If there are 2 people staying it should be policy that you get 2 towels. I cannot recommend this hotel until these issues are fixed and I will not be returning.
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Ibis Budget Glasgow
3.9/5130 Reviews
Glasgow
|1.89km from city center
Excellent value for money for three adults including breakfast. Good location, free parking , helpful reception staff. Clean warm room. Comfy bed. Shower and toilet in room. I took travel kettle as no coffee tea making facilities in room, but is available for self service in cafe near reception. Continental breakfast good variety pastries/ meats/ cheese as well as cereals/ toast. Would definitely stay here again.
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Campanile Glasgow Secc - Hydro
4/540 Reviews
Glasgow
|2.04km from city center
Our trip to Glasgow was only to attend a concert at the SSE Hydro arena, so we booked our stay based upon that event. I found the Campanile Hotel online as one of the closest hotels surrounding the arena and the price was good compared to the other hotels, which was the main selling point. I read reviews that it was a ‘no frills’ hotel which was fine by me as we didn’t plan to be in the hotel other than to sleep and for breakfast. On arriving I knew we couldn’t check in until three but we arrived at one knowing there was a lounge area to hang out in until our room was ready. The bar didn’t open till half 2 which was slightly annoying and there wasn’t a great area for ‘lounging’ but fortunately we were informed by the person on the desk that a room may be available sooner if house keeping had finished, so we managed to get in to our room for half 1 which was good! I did unfortunately notice a group of girls trying to check in at half 1 after being told online they could pay for early check, only to find out on arrival that no such thing existed. Our room was basic but fine for what we needed the room for. Could have been cleaner but again, I didn’t expect much when I booked. The bed was comfy and the pillows were good. Considering we booked the hotel based on a concert it was a surprisingly quiet sleep once the event was over. We knew there could be a chance of other noisy guests but gone midnight the hotel quietened down and I had a good sleep. We were first down for breakfast at 7am. Breakfast was very basic, again, no frills but did the job with all the usual options of a hot breakfast buffet style and a few cereals/pastries. The hotel were happy to book us a taxi for our return to the airport which was useful. Going on my personal experience our trip to Glasgow and our stay at the Campanile was good, couldn’t have gone better BUT I was very aware of other visitors not having the same experience with a few visitors having issues checking in. The hotel couldn’t be better situated for events at the SSE so I would recommend based on location, but everything else I would mark as average at best.
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Malmaison Glasgow
4/5101 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.82km from city center
You can walk from Central Station, but it's a little difficult if you have luggage because it's on a hill. It takes 6-7 minutes to get to the bus stop for the airport, so it's safe even early in the morning. The room was clean, had a bathtub, and was comfortable. The classical and calm atmosphere was also nice.
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Babbity Bowster
4.5/51 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.84km from city center
The boss is very welcoming, the breakfast is delicious, the single room is a little small, but I am enough for me to transfer this night, the facilities are complete, the environment is great, the service is thoughtful
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Brunswick Merchant City Hotel
3.8/550 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.66km from city center
The hotel is like a newly renovated hotel with a small door in the city centre. The location is good. It is within walking distance of George Square, Princes Street, Queen Station and coach station. Next to the hotel is a bar, like a hotel, the day the front desk said to go to the bar to eat and 10% off. I have already paid the fee online, but I have to take out the card and record the card number. The front desk said that it is only for confirmation and will not deduct the money. There is no deduction, but there is always a sense of insecurity in the leakage of information. Early arrival, free luggage storage, hotel elevator, narrow corridor, room space is OK, the double bed is small, and there are no two single beds, the room is adjustable, do not understand the size of the Europeans, why the bed is this size? The bar next to it is very awkward, but it seems to have stopped after 12:00, because it is too tired, not affected by the bar.
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Glasgow
4.4/5120 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.82km from city center
This was always my favourite hotel to stay in. Noticed over the last few times it’s slowly going down hill, the ambience has gone from it, this time we were giving a room that looked like it hadn’t been cleaned. Bed was poorly made. Mould around shower screen. Badly cleaned coffee mugs. We were then moved to slightly better room. Broken shelve on bedside table. Every time we have checked in the restaurant has been closed.( must be a weekend thing) or maybe not enough bookings? although we always go else where. Would be nice to have that option. Breakfast is poor. But staff attentive. I’ve never really understood the help your self breakfast. It’s like a staff canteen. Cooked breakfast was cold. This is not a complaint. Just feedback. Why change what was good before. Breakfast was cooked to order. Pots of tea and coffee brought to you.
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Boutique 50
4.3/557 Reviews
Glasgow
|2.14km from city center
The room is very big, there is a record player, coffee machine, so much love Hygienic: conditions are very good Environment: Near the University of Glasgow, next to the Botanic Garden, natural oxygen bar Service: Very good, warm and thoughtful. Breakfast is English bread, milk, coffee, etc. Although it is monotonous, it is really delicious.
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Radisson Red Glasgow
4.4/5116 Reviews
Glasgow
|2.01km from city center
Afternoon tea Had an excellent visit a couple of months ago for Afternoon tea up on the roof Brilliant views and brilliant service We were served exceptionally and a slight delay was solved with a complimentary drink The afternoon tea presented well with a very good selection The view from the windows looking down was brilliant and there was a friendly atmosphere and excellent artwork
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One Devonshire Gardens a Hotel du Vin
4.5/5105 Reviews
Glasgow
|3.83km from city center
This hotel is beautiful. We booked a junior suite and we’re pleasantly surprised with the size of our ground-floor room. The decor is very nice, and we enjoyed the large tub in the bathroom. The hotel provides water, which was also appreciated, as well as tea and coffee. The price was reasonable, and it is just a 10 minute walk or so to the botanical gardens. If you go just a little further, you will hot many restaurants, pubs, and shops. The only negative was that it’s a bit far out from the center, so if you need to go back and forth, the cab fare may add up. I prefer the quiet of being away from the center.
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Glassford Residence
4.4/55 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.76km from city center
I was slightly concerned with the negative reviews on tripadvisor - after I had booked a 3 night stay. I have previously stayed with Destiny in Edinburgh and the experience was excellent. Anyway, the checkin was faultless, code provided and effortless entry. The apartment was spotless and the furnishing / equipment were to a high standard. The location was perfect and any city noise was to be expected & something I had come to experience. Seriously, if you don't want to hear people having fun, going about their business - i don't think a city centre break is for you !!! the seagulls were very well behaved ! 5 stars for me and i wouldn't hesitate to recommend.
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Apex City of Glasgow Hotel
4.6/544 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.41km from city center
Had a lovely overnight stay at this hotel. The staff were all very welcoming and professional. Forgot to get the girl's name who checked us in but she was amazing, very helpful and exactly the type of person you want as first point of contact for your business. The room was spacious, stylish and had an exceptionally comfortable bed. Definitely look forward to staying here again and would highly recommend to anyone looking to stay over in Glasgow. It is a short walk from both Queen Street/Central train station and Buchanan bus station.
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Artto Hotel
3.7/5103 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.71km from city center
The city center is cheap and there is a bar on the first floor. And it's 20-30 meters away from the train station center where I'm going to the meeting. This geographical location is absolutely amazing. The house is consistent, always English, but the security is very good, there is a bathtub in it, but the heating is not sure if it is broken or I will not use it.
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Point A Hotel Glasgow
4.1/5102 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|0.33km from city center
Perfect location surrounded by a lot of restaurants and pubs. A nearby bus stop to go to the airport. The room was not 100% clean and the furniture looked a bit old. Sometimes it was a bit noisy as you can hear clearly when others walked and talked in the hallway but I didn’t mind so much as the prices were very reasonable! I didn’t try the breakfast but the area looked very comfy!
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Safestay Glasgow
3.7/557 Reviews
Central
Glasgow
|1.03km from city center
The location of the hotel is a quiet area, not far from the city center, and it is convenient to go to the pedestrian street. The service staff is more enthusiastic, the breakfast is more abundant, and the variety is more complete. The bathroom sink hot and cold water faucet is separate and not very used. The overall experience is better.
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