Blue Sky Hostel
Address65 Berkeley street GlasgowSee nearby area
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*Every guest must have valid Identification to stay here, passport or an EU id cards only! No exceptions!*
Blue sky hostel is a great place for single travellers and/or small groups. As there is usually a party here, we cannot accept children or grumpy old people! We cater to ages 18 to 35. We are the cheapest place in town so you can spend more money on seeing the sights, social activities and drunken debauchery! If you are up for a good time and want to meet likeminded travellers we are the place for you! Our staff will do everything possible to make sure you have a good time. Join us in our 10 person Jacuzzi/hot tub after a long day. If you are travelling the world and looking for fun, excitement and a good laugh, come and stay at the Blue Sky Hostel in Glasgow. Experience it for yourself, you will not be disappointed. You have been warned! Remember, we are the cheapest budget priced accommodation outlet for Hostels in Glasgow and ideal for backpackers and tourists.
Identification is required. Passports or EU cards are the only accepted forms of identification. photo copies, bus passes, student cards bank cards will not be accepted as identification. No exceptions!
Cancellations must be made 48 hours before the arrival date. Any late cancellations or no shows will be charged for the full booking
Backpackers only - Age restriction: 18 to 35 years. All guests must adhere to our age restrictions.
For groups larger than 8 people we require full payment 1 week in advance.
We accept payment by Visa and MasterCard.
Any booking guaranteed with a card that expires before arrival date will be cancelled.
For security, each guest must have a key.
Key and bed sheet deposit of £5 per person in cash is required.
Services & facilities
- Hot Tub
- Common Room
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- 24 Hour Security
- Security Lockers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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