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Glasgow Boutique Hotels

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Featured Glasgow Hotels

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

Great service
By towser
Stayed here while on family business and was a great location for transport with two major rail lines,subway and bus station in easy walking distance, also could walk to four theatres and national [More] concert hall with lots of options to eat and shop.Only thing as it was so well situated for all these things it could be a bit noisy outside at times but that is city centres everywhere. Will stay here again on my next trip home.. The staff were extremely helpful and courteous, especially housekeeping,front desk and the ladies at breakfast. [Less]
comfortable,secure city base
By cab80
Again ,I have been delighted with the standard of service and comfort of my room in this friendly city centre hotel,which will remain my first choice for any future stay in the city of [More] Glasgow,UK.Reception staff were particularly helpful. [Less]
Night in Glasgow
By mysticrose21
Stayed with a friend to attend Dr Hook concert. Arrived early but as room was ready we were checked in. Staff on front desk were very friendly and helpful. Asked our plans and booked a table for us [More] at local restaurant thereby gaining us a discount on our meal. Many thanks to William for this. Staff couldn't have been nicer and room was lovely with comfortable bed and pillows. Also very close to the Royal Concert Hall for our night out [Less]
Comfortable and quiet room
By mbsp16
Stayed at Crowne Plaza in October 2016 with my partner. The room was immaculate, comfortable and quiet with a great view. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Explained about discounts, free wifi [More] and breakfast rates. Overall a great hotel and would recommend to anyone. Would stay again. [Less]
Overpriced for condition of hotel.
By abz321
The Hotel charges a premium price because of the proximity to the SECC, but the rooms seem a bit tired. There are marks on the bath which look like from non-slip tape strips which have been removed. [More] Only one of the eight light switches beside the bed worked and most of the lights in the room didn't work. Nice friendly staff though and premises were clean. [Less]
Best Glasgow base
By AM92
Although the hotel entry from the car park has a tired, worn-out appearance, this is not reflected in the rest of the building. The public areas are smart and well-kept and the rooms are very [More] comfortable, quiet and spacious. All of the staff we encountered were friendly, courteous and helpful. Overnight car parking is discounted to £6 for guests. Not a lot, but it would be nice if charges could be waived for patrons. This hotel is the ideal base for any visit to the SECC, Clyde Auditorium or Hydro. In addition, public transport to the city centre is readily accessible. [Less]
Well handy for Runners
Right next to M74 south of Glasgow, has Toby carvery next door and a 4 Mile walk/run round strathclyde Loch. Strathclyde Park Motherwell ML1 Scotland for the past year there has been major road [More] works near the roundabout leading to this hotel. so what things need to change for the future its not for ever. [Less]
Handy location adjacent to a country park
By P69Barry
Convenient location based in the Strathclyde Country Park with good walking / biking opportunities. [Less]
Quiet location
By artistontravel
My wife and I arrived here late as we had to drive up from Buckinghamshire. Th elocation was a bit tricky to find as it is inside the park, but after ringing the front desk we managed to get here OK. [More] Th eproperty is a typical Holidayinn Express and offers good value. [Less]

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