Hotels in Glasgow

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Style-savvy, culturally clued-up, edgy and authentic - just some of the reasons why Glasgow is one of the coolest cities in the UK. It’s revered for its music culture and underground nightlife, appreciated for its architecture and contemporary art, and perfectly placed for exploring the surrounding lochs. It’s also known for being super friendly, so you can expect a warm welcome at our Glasgow hotels as well as some proper Scottish hospitality when you’re out and about

Glasgow hotels

Things to do in Glasgow

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. 

Loch Lomond

Glasgow is a handful of miles from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, so whilst you’re in the area, why not spend some time in nature to balance out all that urban activity? 

…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. 

Glasgow museums and galleries

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.