Ratings based on 92 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 30, 2013
for Getaway With Friendsby Malcolm
Posted Nov 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby Andy from Falkirk
Good placePosted Nov 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Stayed here as it was close to city centre and within reasonable distance from the Hydro where we were attending a concert. The central lift hall is a fine feature and our room was comfortable. My only complaint was that the shower took ages to provide hot water and even then it was only just beyond lukewarm. This aside it was a pleasant stay
Never again.Posted Nov 4, 2013
First room was appalling, possibly the worst hotel room I've encountered... thankfully the bad smell was enough to ask to move. 2nd room much better, but still disappointing. It's one of those great old buildings that needed thought and ingenuity to convert it into a great hotel. Both were missing, such a shame.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Best hotel i have ever stayed in.Posted Oct 19, 2013
Extremely friendly and accommodating staff, I could not fault their customer service skills from beginning to end. The hotel rooms were beautifully decorated and immaculate. I frequently stay in hotels in Glasgow, however I have never stayed in the Arthouse before. By far my favourite hotel and I will most definitely stay there again.
by A verified traveler
DisappointingPosted Sep 18, 2013
Pros: Good exterior, great location and friendly staff
Cons: Ensuring the rooms are fit for purpose and do not have a really strong unpleasant smell when allowing guests to stay in them
Location: Centre of the city and cannot be faulted for being in the heart of everything
Given the photos and the lovely exterior combined with the four stars and price we were expecting good things from the weekend stay. On arrival the staff were very welcoming and friendly and we were pleased to get there after a long and tiring journey up the M6. Our room was on the 3rd floor at the back of the hotel so nice and quiet away from the main street we thought. As we opened the door we were greeted with a very unpleasant smell, a sort of domestos vs drains sort of odour that hung around the whole room forcing us to open the windows as wide as possible to try and air the room. That of course let in all the noises from outside where the hotel backs onto the bars and restaurants of the surrounding area. Faced with the choice of trying to move rooms at 1130 at night / leave the windows open to listen to the bottle banks being emptied and rubbish being collected or close the windows and breathe the disgusting smell we opted to try and tough out the noise from outside. In the morning the smell had dissipated and we asked the reception to ensure that the windows remained open all day and that nobody used any further cleaner in the room. They did offer to try and find another room should the smell come back but pointed out that moving might be to the front where the noise level from the street could be a factor. The key thing for me is that you do not expect to have a room that really stinks on arrival when paying £132 per night
Recommendedby A verified traveler
A `find'Posted Sep 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great building, huge room and very comfortable, room service very reasonable all in all a great place to stay.
for Everyoneby Barry
Excellent central location.Posted Sep 13, 2013
Pros: Loved the public areas
Cons: The mattress was really soft, but this is a minor point
Location: Excellent location. Two minutes from the main areas on Sauciehall Street and about 5 minutes from George Square.
Loved the interiors of the hotel public areas. Rooms were nice too. Had a good one night stay.
Recommendedby Ivo from London
Not the best.Posted Sep 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Renovation has been a disaster. Windows have white paint on the glass and bathroom has been tiled by the TIY amateur. Centre location but very loud noise on Friday nights. Price vice they are out of their minds. Eaven Ibis is better. Service was exelent though. My first negative review:(
Recommendedby Sharon from Hamilton
Gorgeous hotel, large spacious roomsPosted Aug 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel itself is gorgeous with original features with it being a listed building. The front of house staff were able to provide information on the owners of the building in the 18th century and it was very informative. Has a lovely old fashioned lift which you have to pull the gate across to activate, water feature and the rooms themselves are very spacious, spotlessly clean and have beautiful original feature windows. Fantastic location too.