Must see hotels in Glasgow

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    Amadeus Guest House

    Just off the bustle of Great Western Rd, a minute's walk from the subway but on a quiet street by the riverside pathway, this B&B has compact bright rooms…

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    Alamo Guest House

    The Alamo may not sound like a peaceful spot, but that's exactly what this great place is. Opposite Kelvingrove Park, it feels miles from the city's…

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    Discreetly hidden atop a time-worn railway administration building alongside Central station, this small, well-priced hotel is a modern, upbeat surprise…

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    Glasgow's 19th-century merchants certainly knew how to build a beautiful house, and this 1840s terrace is a sumptuous example. Huge rooms with lofty…

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    Z Hotel

    Just off George Sq, the facade of a historic building conceals a stylish contemporary hotel. Chambers are modern but compact – the idea is that you sleep…

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    Dakota Deluxe

    Suave and seductive in dark wood and grey tones, Dakota carries a strong design concept from low-lit basement restaurant to light-filled suites. Rooms are…

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    Blythswood Square

    In a gorgeous Georgian terrace, this elegant five-star offers inner-city luxury, with grey and cerise providing casual soft-toned style throughout. Rooms …

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    Glasgow SYHA

    Perched on a hill overlooking Kelvingrove Park in a charming townhouse, this place is one of Scotland's best official hostels. Dorms are mostly four to…

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    Flower House

    Cosy, old-style B&B is offered in this pretty Victorian terraced house fronted by a riot of creepers and flowers – you can't miss it. Just off the…

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    Once the power station for early trams, this boutique-chain conversion of an elegant building has resulted in a satisfying, surprisingly quiet option in…

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    Hotel du Vin

    This is traditionally Glasgow's favoured hotel of the rich and famous, and the patriarch of sophistication and comfort. A study in elegance, it's…

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    Citizen M

    This modern chain does away with some normal hotel accoutrements in favour of self-check-in terminals and minimalist, plasticky modern rooms with just two…

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    Pipers' Tryst Hotel

    The name is no tartan tourist trap; rather this intimate, cosy hotel in a noble building is actually run by the adjacent bagpiping centre, and profits go…

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    This former church is a longtime favourite for its decadent decor and plush lines. Stylish rooms with mood lighting have a dark, brooding tone and opulent…

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    Point A

    Offering urban comfort without frills, Point A concentrates on doing the basics well, offering very comfortable beds and reliable showers in minimalist,…

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    Heritage Hotel

    A stone's throw from all the action of the West End, this friendly hotel has an open, airy feel despite the rather dilapidated raised terrace it's located…

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    Grand Central Hotel

    This handsome Victorian hotel is part of the Central station: some rooms overlook the platforms. High ceilings, vast corridors stretching into the…

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    Embassy Apartments

    This elegant self-catering place offers both facilities and location. Situated on a quiet, exclusive street on the edge of the Botanical Gardens, the…

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    McLay's Guesthouse

    The string of cheapish, down-at-heel guesthouses along western Renfrew St offer no luxury but a tempting location right by the Sauchiehall nightlife and…

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    Radisson Blu

    Occupying a stylish contemporary building that does smart things with light and glass, this huge business hotel is handy for everything. There's a raft of…