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Botanic Gardens Hotel Guide

Botanic Gardens is not only a favored spot here, it is also a great entry point to other places you'll want to see in the area.

If you've not heard of Glasgow, the place where it's located, you might be familiar with the country's capital, Edinburgh, from which it is 45 miles.

Discover your ideal hotel a short walk away. You'll find 58 within 2 miles of Botanic Gardens. The Dreamhouse Apartments Glasgow West End, the Blythswood Square Hotel and the Hotel Indigo Glasgow are a few you ought to think about. They're 0.9 miles, 1 mile and 2 miles away, respectively.

The selection of close-by economical accommodation options is popular with many travelers. Two popular choices are the Georgian House Hotel - Guest house, 0.09 miles away, and the Kelvin Hotel West End, situated just 0.1 miles away.

Some people just prefer something on the extravagant side. Luckily, you'll find a great range of distinguished upmarket hotels in this area. The Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel and the Lorne Hotel Glasgow are the cream of the crop. They are located 0.2 miles and 0.9 miles away, respectively.

When you're exploring the area around Botanic Gardens, do not forget to taste the coffee and mouth-watering treats at Naked Soup. If you've really worked up a hunger, visit The Tearoom At Glasgow Botanic Gardens, which is also nearby, for a complete meal. To finish the night right, take one final walk and grab a couple of beers at Òran Mór.

Other Places to Visit near Botanic Gardens

Of course, there are also some other things happening in proximity to Botanic Gardens:

  • Mackintosh House allows your inner historian the chance to explore a building of historic prominence.
  • Your family doesn't need to be Christian to enjoy seeing and learning about Cathedral of St. Luke.
  • Go to University of Glasgow and admire the structure's impressive architecture. You can also make arrangements and wander through the hallowed halls where many alumni, including some who have made significant contributions to today's society, once roamed.
  • Educate yourself on the region's past peoples at Hunterian Museum, a thought-provoking museum that offers its visitors a great range of historical exhibitions.
  • Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery boasts engaging exhibits on the people, stories and events that molded this region.

You’ll be able to walk to Botanic Gardens from Partick. 1 mile away, this is the nearest rail station and a hassle-free way to reach the sight.