When you book a hotel in Glasgow you get the opportunity to explore a rich, vibrant city, offering a rich art scene with over 200 art organisations, stunning architecture, chic boutiques and even an array of stylish Glasgow hotels. Explore the impressive works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh whose style adorns much of the architecture throughout the city, as well as some of the best shopping in the UK and the most vibrant and exciting nightlife in Scotland.
Make sure your visit is action packed by combining one of our hotels in Glasgow with return rail or tickets to top attractions. For more information on the best things to do in Glasgow, why not visit our Glasgow travel guide before you book. A world class cultural scene can be found close to most of our hotels in Glasgow and there is no shortage of great places to eat and drink. But don’t forget that our wide choice of Glasgow hotels feature elegant restaurants and bars too, and offer all the facilities you need to ensure an enjoyable and relaxing stay.
We offer a wide selection of hotels in Glasgow to suit a range of needs, from luxurious 5-star properties through to mid-priced and budget options. Many of our hotels are located in the heart of this cosmopolitan city and provide an ideal base for exploring the area. Visit the great museums and galleries in the city centre, many of which are free.
Must see attractions include: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum – Situated on Argyle Street, the 22 themed, stage of the art galleries are one of Glasgow’s most popular attractions. With over 8000 objects on display and host of over collections, it is easy to understand why The Necropolis – One of Glasgow’s spookiest attractions, The Necropolis is a Victoria cemetery modelled on Pere-Lachaise in Paris. A stunning city of the dead, this is a must see for anyone visiting Glasgow, even if it makes you leave your light on in the hotel room at night. The Style Mile – With a name like ‘The Style Mile’ it’s easy to guess that this is a major draw for any serious shopper. Running from Argyle Street to Buchanan Street, this stretch has some of the best fashion stores in the city. Alternatively venture further afield and enjoy the magnificent scenery with the beautiful Clyde Valley hills, breath-taking views of East Dunbartonshire and many historic towns and villages that surround Glasgow.
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