Ratings based on 116 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good locationPosted Dec 1, 2013
Great spot, good facilities and comfortable. Only downside was the shower spraying all over the bathroom floor as the shower screen was too small.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
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for Everyoneby Keith from scotland
Good apartment, great location, some tired fitingsPosted Oct 10, 2013
Needed 2 bedroom accomodation for my wife and 4 year old as I find sharing a room more stressful. Our apartment was fine and a great city location. With that comes a higher noise level, traffic and pedestrian. However this was tolerable. The room was fine, but at the luxury end of the spectrum I found the fittings and floorcoverings tired and in need of upgrading or replacement. The tv was broken on our arrival which could have been significant especially with a 4 year old however this was replaced quickly and efficiently. The shower tray in the en suite was partially blocked and the waste-disposal drain in the kitchen were also faulty but I guess these are running repairs that could happen any time and the staff appeared genuine when I reported it. In conclusion, there were faults but they were fixed quickly, it would benefit from an update in floor coverings and fixings but otherwise was ideal for our needs.
for Familiesby Jeff from San Jose, California
Adequate but not greatPosted Aug 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
My wife and I stayed for three nights on a recent weekend. We were visiting Glasgow to attend the World Pipe Band Championships so I was looking for a place within walking distance to Glasgow Green. This hotel did provide that, but apart from that we weren't very happy or comfortable. The bed -- two twins shoved together to make a "double" -- was very uncomfortable and uneven, and it was even more difficult to get a decent night's sleep with the noise of drunken, rowdy people out in the street below in the wee hours of the morning. It was also a bit too warm in the rooms, and I was unable to find a way to adjust that. The floors creaked loudly, and I found the design of the curtains in the bedroom odd because they let in too much light at night. The bathroom has recessed lighting but no light fixture above the basin, which makes shaving, etc., a little more difficult. The shower door is the kind now popular everywhere in Europe apparently -- just a half-door which swings out and doesn't extend very far, so water splashes everywhere all over the floor and walls, and you are cold all the while you're showering.. Puzzles me why hotels install those. The only good things about the hotel (which, as the name implies, is really apartments) is that you do have a full kitchen, plenty of space, and a decent wifi network.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Located and Comfort of having a bit more roomPosted Aug 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was nice to have a more home style stay on our trip. It was very nice staying here. I would recommend it to others that want room and a good place to unwind.
for Everyoneby dee from Tucson, AZ
an apartmentPosted Jul 29, 2013
worked out good for 4, good location for walking in town
for Familiesby Jim from Ann Arbor, Michigan
Great locationPosted Jul 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
Conveniently located near the railway station, but (as is the case with all such areas) that section of Glasgow is a bit rundown. There's a small food store located nearby, and another near the station, which is larger--we found it too late. Nice to have breakfast and some dinners in the room--helps one stay healthy while on a trip. Very helpful staff--the maintenance man wheeled in a second frig when ours stopped working and was terrific about it. The floor of the room could have done with a bit more vacuum-cleaning, frankly, but that's my only gripe about cleanliness. Word to the wise: if you're a very light sleeper, you might ask for a room away from Oswald Street, which is a feeder route across a river bridge into the city. Our room was on the first floor on the street side, but my wife and I were so tired it hardly mattered. We had to keep the window open b/c it was hot, but that's unusual. Otherwise, the windows were well-insulated from noise. Read the other reviews. They're on the button.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice apartment, close to city centrePosted Jul 8, 2013
Nice apartment, close to city center, convenient, well equipped and comfortable
for Everyoneby Pete from Croydon, Greater London, UK
Excellent value for moneyPosted Jun 22, 2013
Pros: Spacious, with contemporary decor. Plenty of towels. Good shower.
Cons: Unlike a hotel, obviously breakfast is not provided. Not a problem, with dining options nearby.
Location: For drivers, the apartments are within a few minutes of the M8. Glasgow Central railway station is 200 yards away.
Excellent location. It was an ideal base for myself and two friends who were in the city for Bruce Springsteen's concert at Hampden Park. Two twin-bedded rooms also perfect for a family. The secure car park beneath the apartment was full, but the public car park across the street was secure and was not a problem. Recommended.
for Everyoneby Penny from Hove, The City of Brighton and Hove, UK
Modern and functionalPosted Jun 17, 2013
Pros: Good lighting and plenty of natural light from large windows
Cons: Early check out time
Location: Opposite NCP car park but very handy for said car park, Central railway station, bus stops and air coach.
Clean, well stocked and plenty of space. Good lights and plumbing. It is possible to make the apartment your home if you are away on an extended trip. I really liked the fast and free wifi, which was easy to connect to. Pros: did allow me early check-in at 1.00 pm Cons: check-out time is 10.00 am even on a Sunday morning - so be warned. I thought it was noon like a lot of places so I was a bit shocked by a knock at 10.30 telling me that I had until 11.00 am or pay a fine (another night's fee?) I suppose I can't expect to have it both ways! Views not great - looking over a car park.