City of Culture, City of Music, Capital of Sport - Glasgow goes by many names, and you need only step outside your Holiday Inn® Glasgow hotel to see why.
Scotland's largest city boasts lively streets, chalk full of unique shops, cafes and restaurants, a world-renowned music scene, beautiful parks, romantic architecture, and countless museums and art galleries. Don't be surprised if you have to plan another trip to take it all in.
Our Glasgow hotels are always ready to welcome you.
Metropolitan Glasgow is divided into two major areas: the bohemian West End and the more commercial City Center, where you'll find Glasgow's main shopping, business and entertainment districts, as well as Medieval Merchant City, a must-see during your Glasgow hotel stay. Despite its age, the real draw of Merchant City is its turn of the century buildings and houses, excellent examples of Glasgow's Victorian architecture.
There's upscale shopping on Ingram St., the Gallery of Modern Art in Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow Cathedral and the hauntingly beautiful Necropolis Cemetery.
Next, indulge your cultural side with a trip to the West End, home of the prestigious University of Glasgow and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The University area boasts an eclectic mix of eateries and boutiques and quaint tree-lined streets make it a pleasure to explore by foot.
Stop by the award-winning Ubiquitous Chip for upscale pub food, good wine, lively conversation and to see the Chip's famous mural by Glaswegian author and artist, Alasdair Gray.
Visitors to our Glasgow hotels will also appreciate the variety of family friendly activities this city offers. The Glasgow Science Center has a science mall with over 250 interactive exhibits, an IMAX cinema, and the impressive Glasgow Tower, the tallest rotating tower in the world.
A trip to Fossil Grove in Victoria Park is well worth the trek out of the city.
There's beautiful gardens, a museum with prehistoric tree fossils and even a maze on the grounds. Round out your Glasgow hotel stay with a traditional Scottish soccer game. Glasgow has two professional teams, the Rangers and the Celtics, and some of the biggest stadiums in the United Kingdom.
Latest Glasgow Hotel Reviews
Average Rating for Glasgow Hotel
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Holiday Inn Express Glasgow - City Ctr Theatreland
We had a very difficult journey and the night manager was so kind and helpful when we arrived much later than we had said.
We were able to eat at 11:30 from a small simple menu and go to bed in a[More] peaceful clean room on comfy beds. The pillows were enormous!!!
I had to dispense with the big one.
There was cooked breakfast I noticed, but I don't eat that so no comment.
The coffee and croissants were just fine.[Less]
great hotel and staff
great hotel and great helpful staff....thanks for making our stay so worthwhile[Less]
Helpful and friendly staff
The hotel and the staff were excelent. we have used the hotel several times in the past and would do again. We stay overnight before going on holiday. This time Iost my bag with my passport. money[More] ect.on our journey to Glasgow The staff could not be fore more helpful, My bag was found later but I was forced to cancell my holiday.I would like to think the hotel staff for their help and concern during this worrying tme[Less]
The case of the missing plug.
Had a great time at the Crowne Plaza Glasgow. Great room looking right down the River Clyde and over to Ibrox Stadium. Food great with a magnificent breakfast. Staff were up to the standard you would[More] expect in Glasgow and all in all a great stay. Now to review title.... Trying to use the kettle was an experience as the hole in the desk did not seem to work and it meant clambering under the desk on hands and knees to plug the kettle in and making coffee on the floor! Did not affect our stay but unusual.[Less]
pleasant stay and room aminites exelent
By see it now
on the whole a pleasant stay but the rooms could do with some maintenance for instance edge of the dressing table chipped all the way across. in the bath room a lot of the paintwork requires[More] touching up. the shower hose requires replacing and a seal on the bath needs attention[Less]
Relax and Unwind
After a busy day both travelling and rushed work schedule it was great to close the bedroom door soak in the bath and relax. While the hotel is a little way outside the city center I found the river[More] walk both relaxing and not too long.[Less]
Comfortable Motel in the middle of major roadworks
Enjoyed our stay, pleasant room, carvery good value well served. Please warn visitors to mammoth road works and difficulties of finding the motel. Better sign posts to the hotel entry point please.[Less]
A good Stop Over Hotel
I stopped at this hotel 20 years ago on business. We returned as we were travelling up to Invernes the next morning.
We arrived late and found the speed of check in very good, the staff behind the[More] Bar.[Less]
we say there is no bed like home but after staying at hotel I can say i felt it like home, nice staff, fresh breakfast, overall Excellent....... will definitely stay again[Less]