If you’re travelling to Glasgow by train you may decide to book a hotel close to the central railway station. If so, we’ve got just the ticket: a list of the best value options for you to choose from.
After assessing more than 100 hotels near Glasgow Central Station, our team at TravelMag.com have come up with our top five picks based on cost, amenities and guest reviews. Whatever your choice, we hope you enjoy your stay.
From £69/ night
Housed in a polished stone building dating back to 1872 and set over 6 floors, the façade of this 3-star hotel contrasts strikingly with its modern interior. The air-conditioned rooms boast 32-inch flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, and ironing supplies, while the en-suite bathrooms come with complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Hotel amenities include free high-speed WiFi, a gym, a bar and a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Glasgow’s wide range of shops, restaurants and nightspots are just moments away.
From £104/ night
Despite being located in Glasgow’s Business District, this 4-star hotel’s boutique rooms provide plenty of character. Notable in-room amenities include flat-screen TVs, quality Egyptian linens, minibars and air conditioning, while bathrooms have fluffy robes and free toiletries. Foodies may well choose to dine in the hotel’s renowned Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar and Grill, but failing that, head outside and you have the city’s wealth of dining options at your fingertips, plus shopping and nightlife.
From £65/ night
This 4-star hotel offers superb value – particularly given that it was recently refurbished to a stylish level. Strikingly furnished rooms feature double-glazed windows, hand-built beds, LCD TVs and personal DVD players, while hotel amenities include 24-hour front desk, laundry/dry cleaning and banqueting facilities. All of the city’s main attractions are within easy walking distance.
From £68/ night
As the name suggests, this stylish hotel is perfect for theatre lovers keen to dip into Glasgow’s vibrant performing arts scene. But it’s not just treading the boards that can be found here; there’s also a wide range of shops, bars, restaurants and nightspots to keep you entertained. As for the hotel itself, rooms feature satellite TV, a radio alarm clock and free tea and coffee, while there is also an on-site bar and fine dining restaurant, the latter serving traditional Scottish breakfasts as well as Mediterranean gourmet fare.
From £28/ night
Modern rooms – some offering views over the River Clyde – combined with a superb location make this an ideal choice for budget travellers looking to stay in the heart of Glasgow. Families, in particular, will appreciate the child-friendly leisure facilities close by, including a 12-screen cinema and bowling alleys, while there’s also an array of shops and restaurants within easy reach. The hotel reception is open 24 hours a day, and there is also free indoor and outdoor car parking.