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218 Renfrew Street Garnethill, Behind Glasgow Dental Hospital, Next ToSchool Of Art, Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow, G3 6TX, United Kingdom – Show map
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24-hour front desk, Luggage storage, Shoeshine
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Non-smoking throughout
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All children are welcome.
All children under 8 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
Extra beds are not available.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 1993 reviews Good
Very helpful and freindly reception. Lovely big room and bathroom. Ideal location for Kelvingrove art gallery and for the shops and restaurants of city centre.
Staff were ever helpful and welcoming.
Nothing to do with the hotel. If you are walking to it from the local rail station the last bit to walk is a very steep hill. However it became easier the longer I was there, so I must have improved my fitness. Would not put me off going there.
Stairs,noisy street,rooms esp bathroom dated,
Location and parking
The hotel needs a makeover. There were holes in the carpets(lobby and rooms), paint was peeling in places and the entrance leading to the hotel was dirty. Breakfast was ok but the service was bad
Helpful reception, clean rooms, bargain rates on both rooms and full breakfast.
friendly, neat and tidy, comfy
i could have done with an earlier breakfast, but I did not ask if it were possible, and had I done so, I bet they would have arranged it.
In thte heart of Glasgow, just near the Scool of Art. Sauchiehall just the next road.
Ver weak Internet access. Essentially limited to the reception area. Breakfast promised black pudding but never available.
Uncomfy beds. Dated. Poor breakfast served by harsh staff. Overpriced and will not return
Bathroom Damp on ceiling
Location handy to the Glasgow School of Art
the interior of the hotel (Mackintosh inspired) needs an overhaul especially the colour scheme in the central stairwell as does the bedrooms and bathroom as they were very dated. As a Mackintosh design enthusiast I was disappointed.
Location Price Beds
Tired appearance and need for redecoration and deep clean
It's bit further from city centre but it's got value for money. The breakfast is very good
central location, good value for what u pay, friendly helpful staff
position of hair dryer under fire alarm
Friendly staff, clean and great location. Will definitely be back
I was shocked on arriving at the state of the hotel compared to the price. I paid £240 for 3 nights and the hotel was tired and old. The staff were ok but one member in particular had no self awareness and talked at me for a length of time making references to things that were inappropriate such as calling me a millionaire and suggesting I 'bring someone with me next time' when he had no awareness of my reason for travel or personal situation. I will certainly not be going back
clean comfort good night sleep value for money i will go back
Jobs worth staff who claimed no ownership of issues Noisy room above giving disturbance every day at 5 am !!! And no full length wardrobe
Noise of heating the drip coming from the ceiling. Awful.
I had been upgraded free of charge to a larger room which was spacious, clean and had a modern flat screen tv. Room was cleaned daily, towels changed and bed made, all to a very high standard. Water was always piping hot, plenty tea/coffee in room which was replenished daily. Staff were very helpful. Breakfast was more than excellent for the price - £4 for table service and to select from cereals, fruit juice, fruit bowl, yoghurt, porridge, tea/coffee, toast, bacon, sausage, all types of egg, beans, tattie scones, mushrooms and tomatoes. Location was brilliant. I was only a few minutes from cinema, theatre, shops and museums in either direction. There was a Tesco Metro which was 2 minutes away. Location was excellent for shops, cinema, theatre, cafes, restaurants, pubs and museums in either direction (west end or city centre)
As I had been located a room on the top floor I had been told on check in that wifi wouldn't reach the room at all and I'd need to sit in reception. They said that if that would be a problem I could be moved. When I saw how brilliant the room was though I chose to stay there. I found out that I could connect to the wifi in the room 75% of the time anyway. Just don't rely on a connection on the top floor though.
Looking into my account after booking very rude you confirmed booking them ringing me and telling me about my account how cheeky what a liberty
The carpets are very old, same as the shower,kettle and the toilet tissue holder.
Location to theatres and clubs
Breakfast service was slow and dining room was a bit cramped
We liked nearly everything; the experience was practically perfect. The fact that you have to hand in the key every time you leave the building may annoy people used to key cards, but considering the state of the building and that alterations will be restricted, it seemed fair, and made sense with the health and safety restrictions regarding fire evacuation - if you're booked in but the room key is present, the staff know you aren't in the building and no one has to go and find you. In addition, the reception is right next to the door and is staffed 24hrs, and every member of staff we met was brilliant, so it's no problem to get your key back when you come back in. Plus, the doors automatically lock when closed, so you don't have to worry about your belongings when you leave. Our room was amazing, nice and big and great views; I'm definitely going to try and get that room again. Location was pretty great too. The hill from Sauchiehall St is quiet steep and rather daunting, so I recommend turning on to Renfrew St much earlier than the dental hospital - turn right at the next crossing after Dunnes (on to Rose St, where you should see the Glasgow Film Theatre), then left on to Renfrew St, which involves a much gentler slope.
The only thing we DIDN'T like about the hotel was the fire alarm going off at 9:15am! Considering it was a drill, we had been out the night before to celebrate a birthday and didn't get in until 2am, we really did NOT appreciate being woken up so abruptly! I've since been told that many hotels do this to ensure a) guest are awake in time for check-out, which was at 10:30am, and b) that the fire alarm is working, of course. While I understand that, I still do not appreciate having to drag myself out of bed after very little sleep, think about grabbing shoes and jacket, my phone and the key and going outside in my pajamas, only to have the alarm stop. I can't imagine it's very much fun for anyone staying multiple nights, either. It was especially galling considering it was a Sunday, but what was even worse in our minds was that our alarms were set for 9:30am anyway! So yes, I'd recommend the hotel and I thoroughly enjoyed staying there (my sleep was excellent until being so abruptly awoken). I'd just warn everyone not to expect a long lie!
A short walk to city centre . Was ok for one night but wouldnt have wanted to stay longer.
Not warm and inviting Needs a good redecoratio
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