Hotels in Glasgow

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Planning a weekend in Glasgow

Offering so much across the day and into the night, Glasgow is buzzing with things to do against a backdrop of world- class architecture. Whether you want to catch some live local music, weave in and out of the shops or catch a Rangers or Celtic game, you won’t have trouble finding somewhere amazing. Plus, with a jam-packed events calendar, there’ll no doubt be something on when you touch down.

We’ve created this handy city guide to help you make the most of your stay. 
 

  • The Style Mile
    More a square than a mile, the area around Buchanan Street and Argyle Street is heaving with high street, high-end and boutique shops. Outside of London, there’s nowhere better to punish the plastic. 
  • Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
    Weird? Very. Wonderful? Definitely. At Glasgow’s Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, idiosyncratic figures made from scrap metal dance and tell stories that seem to resonate profoundly with the audience. 
  • Charles Rennie Mackintosh tour
    Thanks to Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow has an architectural signature all of its own. Download one of the CRM Society’s walking tours to see the Glasgow luminary’s legacy for yourself. 
  • A play, a pie and a pint
    Doing exactly what it says on the tin, this midday phenomenon takes place at one of Glasgow’s best known venues, Òran Mór. If you’re staying at one of our Glasgow business hotels, this could be a working lunch to remember. 
     
  • Riverside Museum
    Dubbed the ‘Guggenheim of Glasgow’, and designed by Zaha Hadid, this incredible building is home to the Glasgow Museum of Transport. Transport has never been so alluring. 
  • The Museum of Piping
    With three hundred years of bagpipe heritage under one roof, The Museum of Piping embodies the sound of Scotland. 
  • St Mungo Museum
    A fascinating and tranquil space dedicated to religious art, and the exploration and history of the world’s major religions. 
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
    The Kelvingrove is one of the UK’s most visited museums for good reason. It features a mixture of iconic artworks, ancient artefacts and interactive displays across 22 themed galleries.
  • Centre for Contemporary Art
    The CCA is an important hub of contemporary culture. Expect cutting-edge exhibitions from established and emerging talent alongside film, music and performance.