Mar 3, 2020 - Mar 4, 2020
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Where to stay in Glasgow
Scotland's largest city Glasgow is a thriving and modern metropolis that has grown from its industrial past to become a hub of culture offering visitors the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, as well as acclaimed museums and a popular music scene.
Getting around the central parts of the city are simple with a plentiful supply of taxis and a reliable bus service, while car rental in Glasgow is also a popular option – although visitors should note that the road system and several one-way routes take a bit of getting used to.
Glasgow City Center Hotels
Glasgow has a wide range of accommodation choices to suit every budget and every taste. Staying in the city center gives visitors easy access to world-class shopping, dining and entertainment outlets.
A prestigious address in Glasgow, Blythswood Square overlooks a private garden square and is one of the city's best-established and most luxurious hotels – and also the first to receive an AA five-star rating. The hotel includes an award-winning spa and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.
Located in a vibrant city center neighborhood, the Hotel Indigo Glasgow dates back to the 1800s and its birth as one of Glasgow's first power stations. This mid-price hotel offers everything on its doorstep from local cuisine and museums, to sporting events and world-class shopping choices. The hotel also offers complimentary Wi-Fi access and a full-equipped fitness center.
The Ibis Budget Glasgow is a cheaper option and centrally located within walking distance of the world class entertainment venue The SSE Hydro. The vibrant city center is a short walk away from this chic hotel that is both stylish and affordable with free Wi-Fi and 24-hour refreshment availability from the modern in-house café, bar and restaurant area.
Glasgow Airport Hotels
Glasgow Airport has a number of well-appointed hotels on its doorstep each offering a perfect resting place before discovering the rest of Scotland or before departing the country on an international or domestic flight.
Located right by Glasgow Airport, the Holiday Inn is convenient for Paisley Abbey and offers complimentary Wi-Fi and a business center.
The three-star Watermill Hotel is less than three miles from the airport just a short trip from Glasgow city center. Offering the personal touch, the hotel offers views of Paisley Abbey and the Hamills waterfall as well as 51 comfortable and modern rooms.
A Georgian House in a quiet residential area, the Scotia Airport Hotel is a budget option less than ten minutes from Glasgow Airport. All the bedrooms are en-suite and modern with complimentary Wi-Fi throughout.
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If a fabulous city with plenty to visit you will never be short of places to see and it is cheap to go everywhere
If you want a taste of the real Scotland, come to Glasgow. Although not as picturesque as Edinburgh, the city offers a wide range of interesting restaurants and a plethora or bars and nightclubs. The people here are super friendly and always willing to help you and talk to you. The city is very traditionally Scottish and if you want to experience Scottish culture, come here.
Although I only had 24 hours in Glasgow, I can say that I'm so ready to come back and see even more. When visiting, the commonwealth games were going on and the city was dressed to a tee in everything Scottish. The culture, the people, the food, and the hospitality were better than I could have every imagined. This city is so vibrant with culture and history but has the modern feel to it. I definitely recommend all travelers to visit this beautiful city.
Glasgow was quiet and laid back city. I had a chance to visit back in 2004 with my previous job, visiting our office there. Last day after work, I got to walk around the city and have a few scotch drinks and some local food. Night life here doesn't come alive til after 11pm, when I was already very sleepy.