Ratings based on 450 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Abdn Scotland
Glasgow TripPosted Sep 10, 2014
Pros: Staff were local people who were very friendly and extremely helpful. Breakfast very good value for money.
Cons: Older building in light need of "freshening up" but not too much
Location: Shopping and places of interest
Have used hotel before so knew what to expect. We were in town for a concert at Glasgow Concert Halls at Buchannan Galleries, a 10/15 min walk away from hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Fort William
awesome hotel close to the station.Posted Sep 10, 2014
Pros: Everything! location, atmosphere, staff and comfy beds!
Cons: can't think of anything !!!
Location: Glasgow ! there is some thing for everyone here.
I was looking for a hotel close to Queen Street Station in Glasgow because my mum has some minor mobility issues while waiting for a knee replacement. It couldn't have been better, the staff where kind, efficient and very helpful. The room ( a twin) was immaculate and spacious, the beds so comfortable i didn't want to get up. ( if i could have nicked the mattress i would have) could not fault it! We where there over the weekend and on saturday we where able to borrow a courtesy wheelchair and wander along Suchiehall street ( a feat impossible for my mother at this point) The concierge was amazing, allowing us to put my mothers medication in there fridge, nothing was too much trouble for the most excellent staff. We are already planning to book for christmas. : )
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Good valuePosted Sep 10, 2014
Pros: Location and the fact that bar and restaurant were comfortable. We also had very good service.
Cons: The general state of the room and a very small thing was that there were no tissues in the room.
Location: Shopping, galleries and night life.
Overall the hotel was great value for the money we paid and very central to all Glasgow's amenities. The staff were polite and helpful. The only downside was the room was slightly tired, but for what we paid for our two night stay did not put us off staying again.
by A verified traveler from birlington Ont
Visit to GlasgowPosted Aug 27, 2014
Parking away from hotel, garage locked until 7.30 am
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from C
Beautiful hotel near train stationPosted Aug 24, 2014
This old hotel shares an entrance with the Queen Street Station. Around the corner is George Park and a posh shopping mall. also nearby is a concert hall
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great position on George Square in the centre of tPosted Aug 18, 2014
Pros: Location of hotel is excellent.
Cons: Hotel requires major refurbishment.
Location: Location excellent in the centre of town.
Hotel in need of modernisation, but , adequate. Staff very friendly.
by A verified traveler from San Francisco
Not what we expected from the Expedia listingPosted Aug 13, 2014
Pros: Good location.
Cons: Hotel needs to practice truth in advertising, upgrade their accommodations, and not "give you something bad when they can do better"!
Location: George Square is a great location but try a different place to sleep! Convenient for the hop on bus and for Rabbies tours pick up, both good buys!
Most of the staff were cheerful and accommodating and the location was great. However.... we were given a room that was designed for single occupancy with linen for one, and a bed for 1 1/2, and a windowless closet that barely had a shower/toilet/sink. We complained and were moved to the room next door with more space, a std double bed, and a large bathroom that included a tub. (poorly painted, old furniture, warped doors,etc.) No reason was given why we should have accepted the small room as there was no difference in price. Unfortunately the toilet did not flush properly regardless of the next three days of people coming to fix it. It continued to howl and take four flushes to get enough water to eliminate. The climate control was a heating system that would not stop and they did not have the advertised air-conditioning. The hot water was off in the hotel on the 4th day. We have traveled extensively around the world and the Hotel's and Expedia advertisement lead us to expect much better! And we felt Expedia let us down!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from scotland
Great location in the city.Posted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: Mostly the location,and the very friendly staff at check in.
Cons: Can't think of anything.
Location: The hotel is very centrally located,beside one of the main train stations in Glasgow,handy for lots of restaurants,and pubs,and the Glasgow bus tour!
Had a lovely overnight stay here in millenium Glasgow,have stayed several times before and it has always been a good experience,would stay again and definitely would recommend it to others.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Lovely friendly well run hotelPosted Jul 25, 2014
Pros: Friendly staff clean rooms
Cons: The only fault we had was the fact we couldnt open the windows as it was stifling hot had problem sleeping which resulted in going out at 3am for air
Location: Close to all shops , slight walk to Cathedral and Merchant City but great in the recent hot spell!
Friendly welcoming staff,clean well kept rooms . Close to shops and other sight seeing venues all manageable on foot!
by A verified traveler from Virginia Beach, VA
Hotel in need of an upgradePosted Jul 17, 2014
Pros: The staff was polite and efficient.
Cons: The hotel needs air conditioning, room refurbishment, and a reasonably priced breakfast.
Location: The location is very convenient, especially if you need a bus to or from the GLA airport.
Once upon a time the Millennium, Glasgow, was clearly a grand hotel. Today it is tired and out of date. The welcome was courteous, the sheets were clean, the bed firm, and the bathroom had modern fixtures. However, the room was rather warm and the threadbare chair symbolized the age of the room. For a please to sleep two nights the hotel was adequate, and the staff polite, but if you want more for your money it cannot be had at the Millennium. We were taken aback that breakfast at the Millennium was more costly than at the Intercontinental, Park Lane, in London. We hope that with planned upgrades (air conditioning) and major room renovation the hotel will return to some of its fine past. If you stay I suggest avoiding the fourth (top) floor where the rooms seem a little smaller.