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Where to stay in Greater Glasgow

Your Guide to Greater Glasgow Hotels

Scotland’s largest city is an excellent city break destination offering visitors a wealth of quality hotels in prime locations.

This vibrant and energetic city has some of Great Britain’s top art galleries, museums, universities, shopping areas, restaurants and music venues. Also a European City of Culture, there’s so much more than meets the eye to this post-industrial city. Glasgow plays host to some of the country’s top music, fashion, sporting and arts events, drawing a diverse crowd throughout the year. In 2014 it will plays host city to the Commonwealth Games again making its mark as a top class city.

Whether you’re planning a visit to Glasgow in pursuit of the city’s excellent shopping facilities, to enjoy a leading international musical act in concert, or cheering on your team during an international football match, you’re certain to find an affordable hotel within easy reach of your desired attraction. Glasgow has a wealth of good quality hotels to suit all visitors.

You’ll find with excellent and good value Glasgow hotel options, by the River Clyde in the heart of the city centre or beside the green sprawling parks of the west end. Glasgow’s west end is a popular nightspot and is well-liked area for its lively and laid-back restaurants and bars.

Some of Glasgow’s glamorous offerings are located conveniently around the central George Square area and in the fashionable Merchant City nearby.

On the morning after, grab a big Scottish breakfast or hearty brunch in Glasgow, as there are many great locales throughout, in the university quarters of the city, the city centre, Merchant city and around Byres Road. From eleven in the morning you can usually enjoy a hair of the dog to boot!

You won’t have to look far for something to suit you and your party as there is something for all tastes and budgets in Glasgow, just remember to pack a brolly as the city is quite famous for its rainy weather.

If you’re looking for a hotel on a short business trip or when passing through Glasgow, you’ll find conveniently placed hotels beside the city’s two airports and main train stations with plenty of taxis to get you to your destination. Don’t deny yourself an opportunity to experience vibrant Glasgow.

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