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Glasgow Boutique Hotels

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Once the picture of post-industrial decline, Glasgow, Scotland's biggest city, is now the site of an exciting urban renaissance. As the proud bearer of an UNESCO Creative City designation and the host of numerous musical events each week, Glasgow provides more opportunities for cultural indulgence than you'll have time for in one visit. While you're in town, make sure to book into a centrally located boutique Glasgow hotel, where you'll find all of the comfort you need to rest up, relax, and discover all that this rapidly rejuvenating city has to offer.

Formerly known as the "second city of the empire," Glasgow's city architecture benefited from an influx of cotton and textile production wealth, enabling the construction of dazzling ornate buildings and an extensive public parks system. Begin your visit with a walking tour of the Victorian and Edwardian buildings on display in the city centre, including the Glasgow Cathedral and the City Chambers.

Glasgow has a number of artistic attractions you won't want to miss. Browse the 9,000 strong Burrell Collection or the always innovative Gallery of Modern Art for a glimpse into Scottish and international art from yesterday and today. Alternatively, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum provides a fascinating look into the history of the Scottish people, as well as a number of interactive displays. The Glasgow Science Centre is also highly interactive, as is the Police Museum, which details the history of Britain's oldest police force.

If it's outdoor pursuits that get your heart pumping, Glasgow features a number of green attractions you won't want to miss. Point your feet in the direction of the Botanic Gardens, Glasgow Green or Kelvingrove Park for tropical flora and fauna, or take a look at Nelson's Memorial. Alternatively, Fossil Grove, located within Victoria Park, offers an up close look at an ancient preserved forest, while Tollcross Park will wow you with its rose and winter gardens. If you'd like to get in your dose of outdoors living while seated in a stadium, head to Hampden Park, Celtic Park, Ibrox Stadium or Firhill to see the local or national teams play. As the national stadium, Hampden also features a fascinating exhibit on the history of Scottish football (soccer), and provides regular tours.

After all of your adventures, you're sure to have worked up an appetite. But if traditional Scottish haggis doesn't get your stomach rumbling, don't worry; Glasgow is a truly international city with diverse fare to please even the pickiest of eaters. Naturally, fish and chips are a popular choice, but so too is Asian, Italian, Mexican and fine European fare available a number of high end eateries. And of course, the Indian cuisine here is not to be missed, rated as some of the best in the UK.

Looking to get a little shopping done? Head to the pedestrianized Golden Z (known otherwise as Argyle, Buchanan and Sauchiehall Streets) or the Buchanan Galleries for a high end experience. For something a little livelier, the numerous stalls at the Barras in Glasgow's East End sell just about everything under the sun, and they'll provide a much more dynamic look into Scottish culture.

From bars and clubs to grand symphony halls, Glasgow offers more theatrical and musical performances than you'll be able to sample in one visit. The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, the Royal Scottish Academy of Arts and Drama, the Theatre Royal, the King's Theatre, the Pavillion and the Panopticon Music Hall are just a few venues whose billings you'll want to be sure to check before planning your night out.

From Glasgow it's easy to reach other top destinations on the A82, such as the beautiful Loch Lomond. Edinburgh can be reached easily via train or bus, while the West Highland Railway will provide you with enough stunning sights to last a lifetime.

With so much to offer, it's important to choose a comfortable place to return to each night when visiting this busy and exciting city. You'll do just that when you choose to stay in one of our boutique hotels in Glasgow, where friendly staff and a host of amenities will ensure you always have a home away from home. Book today and begin dreaming of your unique Glasgow adventure.



Latest Glasgow Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Glasgow Hotel
(4.4 / 5) of 9200 reviews
Great hotel
By jmqu
Great hotel which is placed just right to visit Glasgow city Parking is not bad but at a cost [Less]
Close to city centre.
By loftyrob198
An outstanding Hotel in the best traditions of Holiday Inns. The staff in all Departments were excellent; the rooms were clean and very comfortable and peaceful. The food was plentiful and excellent. [More] This Hotel is very close to a huge shopping mall and the main streets of Glasgow. Highly recommended. [Less]
holiday inn express
By cb123321
Good hotel, ended up paying extra as changed date from friday to saturday though so extra £30 spend [Less]
Leisure break in Stirling
By Georgina66
We were due to stay in Stirling for only 4 days, but on the last day I had an accident and ended up in Falkirk Hospital with my leg in plaster! All the staff at the Holiday Inn Express, Stirling [More] went out of their way to help my husband in any way they could, which made his extended stay all the more bearable. All the staff, in our eyes, are STARS, and we'd recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area. [Less]
Friendly Staff
By sheils6
Hotel was very nice and staff lovely and friendly. We had a view of Stirling Castle and Wallace Monument from our bedroom. Breakfast could have had more variety. The fruit was tinned peaches which [More] I don't think is a breakfast food. [Less]
Kenny
By Ken101
Love staying at this hotel as staff are friendly and it is usually good value for money. we will be back soon, thank you! [Less]
Comfortable and Quiet
By DX Gas
Friendly clean quiet hotel lovely beds and beautiful breakfast [Less]
Great stay but standard breakfast
By Bob Bobbo
A very good holiday inn express. Just wish that the breakfast could be improved with better quality ingredients and more choice. But as you know that is standard across HIE [Less]
Great hotel.
By Clayfer
First class hotel which was a great base for a social gathering. Staff were professional and assisted by allowing us early check in. Would stay here again without hesitation. [Less]

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