We’ve got Glasgow hotels in the city centre and by the airport, so we can offer you a central location in the heart of the city’s theatre district, a beautiful view of the River Clyde or a bed for the night before an early flight.
Glasgow is home to some of the best shopping outside of London. The area known as the ‘Style Mile’ is home to malls, independent boutiques and upmarket retailers. This is sheer heaven for those seeking indulgent retail shopping.
We have Glasgow hotels situated right in the heart of the city’s theatre district, so we accommodate you on the doorstep of the Pavilion Theatre, Theatre Royal and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, amongst others. This is the place to stay if you’re in Glasgow for a night at the theatre.
The theatre is certainly not the only way to enjoy a night’s stay in Scotland’s second city. Glasgow is also famed for its bustling, vibrant and diverse nightlife. Royal Exchange Square and Sauchiehall Street both boast clubs and bars open until late. Ashton Lane is a quaint, short cobbled road in the West End of the city, which is packed full of bars too. There are also more traditional pubs for those who prefer a good pint of ale to a fancy cocktail.
If you’re in Glasgow for a couple of days, do make time to get around some of the many museums and art galleries. The Glasgow School of Art, the Riverside Museum (Scotland’s Museum of Transport) and the University of Glasgow’s Hunterian are just three examples of several in the city you really should try and visit.
Getting to Glasgow is pretty straightforward. The City has its own airport and we have hotels very close by. Glasgow’s train stations connect the city by direct rail link with London (around 4 and a half hours from Glasgow Central), Edinburgh (around an hour from Glasgow Queen Street) and Birmingham.
So if you are planning a Scottish escape and want to sample this incredible city, pack your bags and book a stay in one of our Glasgow hotels.