Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Most Certainly not for Families!!Posted Aug 21, 2013
The hotel was expensive (£109) per night and was booked for a family of 5. However on arrival we were shown to a room with only a double bed! When questioning staff they said they do not provide family rooms only extra beds (they then however proceeded to tell us it would be an extra £30 per extra bed per night!!). We were provided with 2 single beds jammed hard against the double bed and the wall and a cot resulting in an extremely overcrowded small room with too many people and most definately not enough space. I would not stay here again with families!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great Hotel for an overnight in GlasgowPosted Jun 3, 2013
A fantastic, cheeky and quirky hotel! Great room and a lovely bar. Highly recommended for a Glasgow stopover
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New Jersey
A Good Place to Stay in Glascow!Posted Oct 30, 2011
Very pleasant hotel, though a little out of the way, if you've never previously been to Glascow. The staff was very helpful. We tried the breakfast buffet one morning, although being a separate expense from our room, we found it quite expensive. Wish there were more contnental options. I would, however, recommend this hotel to others and also definitely tell them that they should not try to walk from the nearest airport bus drop-off stop because of the steep hill which is quite difficult with luggage. Take a cab from the airport, and in the spirit of "getting what you pay for" which is important to remember when on vacation, also book the buffet breakfast ahead with your room!
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Northamptionshire
Room very good Dinner poor Interesting Hotel location GoodPosted Aug 22, 2007
Was not impressed when two selected main courses were not available ( table next to us returned main course three times)Was not impressed with square black wooden slabs representing plates so large it was difficult to place vegetable dishes at side, Potatoes/chips served up in large paper wrap. Not stylish when entertaining in what is supposed to be an up market hotel. Breakfast food excellent, service slow.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Warwick
Love The MalmaisonPosted Jul 6, 2007
Lovely hotel overall service and comfort good. My only disappointment was room service. Food arrived within time quoted however, the food although presented well was cold, and I was too tired and hungry to complain after a long day. The staff as ever are all helpful and polite.