beautiful hotel, lovely room, very helpful front office and consierge staff. restaurant also good although breakfast staff not very attentive. champagne bar overlooking the railway has great atmosphere and it is in a terrific location for exploring the city.
The hotel is joined to the architectural marvel that is Glasgow Central Station, surrounded by top boutiques. The …More
Centrally centered hotel. Rooms are clean and the beds very comfortable. The hotel is close to the beautiful old Central Station in Glasgow. There are lots of restaurants and pubs to eat at and shopping on Buchanan Street is within walking distance.
Traveller from Toronto
This modern hotel is situated in the heart of Glasgow; the Gallery of Modern Art is within 800 meters, and Hunterian Art …More
We booked two nights, with one dinner reservation, to take a couple of days away from the Scottish Borders at a time when we were not able to travel much. We therefore wanted a special hotel and dining experience. Malmaison looked architecturally interesting, though this is a bit of an illusion as only a small part has real character. The location is just a little further from walkable city centre spots of merit and the roads in Glasgow are a satnav nightmare due to endless works and changes, but we survived. Despite being midsummer, the hotel was extremely quiet and on the Saturday night we seemed to be one of only three tables dining. The bar was not busy either. Parking was no issue over the weekend, within yards of the hotel, and in fact it feels like a law and financial district which becomes a ghost town out of working hours. On the second night, we asked reception if there were any good pizza/Italian restaurants nearby, and were directed a fair walk to one which had clearly been closed down for some time. Fortunately we found a highly rated one (Gusto) which was half the distance and would have been a better recommendation. Overall it seemed we were in a rather expensive business hotel where you could impress a client, which has failed to become trendy as it's just not in the right place for any kind of 'passing trade' unlike the many places we know in Edinburgh.
Traveller from Kelso
Located in City Centre Glasgow, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St Vincent Street Church, George Square …More
The Citizen M Hotel is very modern and funky. Self check in great idea. Rooms are small but adequate.The bed is HUGE and extremely comfortable however as tucked up against the window wall need to climb over your buddy to get up. Everything controlled by a very clever ipad...TV , blinds , lights ,wake up call and the fantastic colourful mood lighting. The room would not be to everyone's taste...no privacy in loo!!, only suitable for a few nights stay as no wasdrobe as such/only a few coat hangers...needs another mirror, tea/coffee making facilities,a wee mini bar perhaps.Staff are fantastic. ..Soooo friendly and helpful as were all the people we met in Glasgow. Brilliant time was had.
Traveller from Edinburgh
Located in City Centre Glasgow, this boutique hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pavilion Theatre, George Square, and …More
Long an important industrial centre and port, modern Glasgow is one of Britain’s most vibrant cultural cities. The centre features outstanding Victorian architecture and houses over 20 galleries and museums, several boasting world-class collections, and many graced by the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Performing arts venues stage the best acts outside London, with shops (Merchant Square, Buchanan Street, Barras Market) and restaurants to match.