Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 355
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by spiaco12 Average with a twist
Very interesting hotel in terms of design (though personally I didn't much care for it); room service and restaurant were very good and value for money.
Breakfast was a very bad experience; extremely slow, not enough variety and could not cope with more than 5 people at a time.
Also, toiletries were not replaced in the 4 days I spent there.
June 27, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Reenmeen Fantastic Hotel, super location - most comfortable bed ever!
This hotel is fab
I love the design and eclectic style.
Room was super - loved the bed and big flat screen!
Walk-in shower was perfect!
Loved the White company amenities too!
Problem with wireless connectivitiy.
Breakfast somewhat bland
June 26, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by K40KKD Super Suite and Great Stay
Recently came down to Glasgow for a weekend of shopping, drinking and eating and decided to stay here and booked the suite. Stayed in a lot of 5* hotels and the suite really did stand out - on the small side especially the bathroom and shame no room for a bath - shower was also not very powerful, however that is the only niggles - everything else was perfect! Lots of nice little touches, really nicely decorated, exceptionally clean, free mini bar regularly topped up and just a really great experience. We only had drinks in the bar as we were eating out both nights, but bar is very trendy as well and staff really friendly. We will definitely be coming back to stay here. Not sure what the standard rooms are like but highly recommend the suite ! Thanks again for a wonderful stay.
June 23, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BobaLu 5 Days in June, 2012
Location, front-desk staff, concierge, hotel design (especially bathrooms) were all excellent for us. The room was quiet and bright with sufficient closet and shelf space. We had a wonderful time in Edinburgh (including a day of golf at the Braid Hill public course, which requires the legs of a mountain goat but has fantastic views of the City and surroundings). Definitely walk to Leith and have oysters at Fishers Tower restaurant (or any of the great pubs near the canal). National Portrait Gallery very close and supurb (with great coffee bar)
- My wife is 5'2" - she found the bed too high - could have used a step to climb onto it.
- Room could have used a night light in the bathroom - turning on the full bathroom light will immediately wake up anyone who is still sleeping (especially with the very odd glass panels in the bathroom door)
-- Why are bathroom light switches OUTSIDE the bathroom? - again, any sleeping partner will be disturbed if you turn on the bathroom light and open the door to enter the bathroom
- Whoever cleaned our room could have used a CheckList to make sure everything was replaced (shampoo missing one day, coffee bags another day, milk another, and so on). But cleaning ws excellent
- How about dedicating a computer and printer for airline boarding passes?
But these were minor dissapointments - we would definitely stay here again.
June 22, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by imrm1984 Great - again
Another fabulous stay in Indigo Glasgow. Very central for city centre yet quiet location. Beautifully designed. Super staff, discreet yet helpful. Reduced cost parking facilities next door if needed. Always happy to return.
June 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 nice hotel , good location
location not very far from city cintre .. just 2 minutes walk to central and about 7 min to queen street station .. and there is a bus stop just infront of the hotel ..
rooms are very nice and wide .. king bed , the shower is very nice
June 15, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sylvieinlove I want my house to look like that!
My boyfriend booked this hotel as a birthday surprise. We only stayed one night as we had tickets to go to the Ideal Home Show at the SECC in Glasgow the following day. From the moment I walked in I loved the place! It's so stylish and, yet, comfortable. The lobby is very welcoming and the bar next to it very cosy and colourful! We stayed in a superior room on the 4th floor. I loved everything in it. The decor was fantastic, again, very colourful which I love! It was also very clean and it had all the things to would expect to find at a top hotel. The bathroom wasn't huge, though, a very good size with a superb shower.
We also had food at the bar at night which was very tasty. Though it was only a snack (croque monsieur,chips, salad, etc.) it was very well cooked/presented. Some places can't even get a sandwich right!
Overall we loved this hotel and should I have the opportunity again, I will definitely like to stay here again.
June 14, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kate Comfortable beds, fun design, but......
Business requires that I travel a lot. This was a vacation trip.
We found the room design very modern and fun. Beds very comfortable and the shower was GREAT!
We did encounter a couple of inconveniences:
No bellman to assist with luggage, had to wait a long time to get checked in -- clerks very busy on the phone.
No valet parking, self-parking is in garage across the street so it was close by, but difficult without valet assistance.
After a long drive that day, we would have appreciated a quick check-in and luggage assistance!
June 13, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gordonp19 Fab hotel!
I luv this hotel! Stayed here 3 times on a DBB package and every time it has been great. Rooms are very modern, decent size and the shower is fab. Dinner in the Limelight restaurant was lovely, cocktails are great with a good selection, if anything a bit pricey at approx £7.50 each!! Breakfast had a great selection of all the usual cereals, fruit, yogurt and pastries with hot breakfast made to order. Would always look to stay in this hotel if visiting Glasgow.
June 12, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gavrob Relaxing break
From the first step through the front door of the Hotel we new we had pick the right hotel for our break, Bright vibrant and refreshing surrounding, welcoming friendly staff . We had two nights in this hotel our room was modern and very comfortable, breakfast and dinner at the hotel were lovely what more could one want.
June 12, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Billymsck Very comfortable all round
Had a very nice one night stay last weekend. Breakfast was freshly cooked - much nicer than from a buffet. Only slight niggle was the lack of connectivity of iPad to the wifi in bedrooms which the hotel was aware of, but with no hint of intent to rectify.
June 10, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AJAY Excellent Property
I stayed during a business trip, rooms were neat & clean, hotel staff is very friendly & helpful. Location is also excellent.
June 10, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JOE1 Excellent Hotel - You will love it !
I travel a lot on business and pleasure so trust me I know value for money, quality of service and overall a good hotel experience.
I've stayed at the Glasgow Indigo now on several occasions and it's always my first choice when in Glasgow. Why ? Because it ticks all the boxes and more. It's fresh and with a modern twist. The rooms are devine, opulent, spacious and luxurious.The free,yes free mini bar topped it off.
The Glasgow breakfast. Well, it's cooked to order,not the standard lukewarm buffet sadly common to most chain hotels. Ayrshire bacon,lorne square sausage,potato scone - classic. The restaurant walls are adorned with portraits of famous Glaswegians/Scots. I just loved having breakfast under the magical,the one and only Jimmy Johnstone of Celtic and Scotland fame !
Praise also to the staff. All were welcoming and professional with a special mention for Colm from Belfast, front of house. Outstanding attention, a great credit to the hotel.
The location also is very good. In downtown Glasgow and what a city this is. North American by design with the central street area laid out in a grid fashion so easy to get around. You will just love the architecture here ! For me it's the Uk's answer to New York. It's sassy, vibrant and chique all in one - it's a must see place !
The hotel Indigo Glasgow fits well with this great city,hand in glove I'd say. Do yourself a favour, visit and stay at the hotel Indigo .Like me you'll be waxing lyrical. Can't wait to return !
June 7, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by beaugency QUICK TO REACT
Arrived at the Glasgow Indigo and was greeted warmly and shown up to 'upgraded' room (I am a Platinum member). All was well until the TV was switced on and nothing happened (frozen screen). Went back to reception and was immediately put in an equal quality romm with apologies. This is how to treat customers! A most enjoyable stay and a very funky bar and barman!
On the basis of this very positive experience, booked into the brand new Edinburgh Indigo on its 1st week of opening (26th March), Super experience, very welcoming anfd obliging young team, even though there were some usual opening 'hiccups' - to be expected. However, no record of my stay on Priority Club nor any points! Can this be resolved??
June 7, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RDEN Exceptional hotel
Warm, friendly staff greet you on arrival. Excellent service from all staff nothing is too much trouble for them.
Wonderful choice of hot breakfast, cooked to order, a great change from serve yourself buffet.
June 7, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Causie Indigo Glasgow
Elegant Hotel with superb rooms.
Staff friendly and attentive from reception to the bar and restaurant.
June 7, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ed19 Great stay at the Indigo
We have now stayed twice at the hotel indigo and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The rooms are among the most comfortable we have experienced and appreciate the little extras in the room - a nice touch. All staff we came in contact with both at reception, bar and restaurant were extremely helpful and friendly - they are an asset to the hotel - well done. Location is good with easy parking. Looking forward to our next stay.
June 6, 2012