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42-44 Howard Street, Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow, G1 4EE, United Kingdom – Show map
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|Family Room (6 Adults)|
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No parking available.
24-hour front desk
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Non-smoking throughout
From 15:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted 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.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
When booking for more than 9 persons, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Nothing at all
Every thing about my stay
Value for cash.it was great
Location Bathroom in the room
Not enough sockets
Travelled 10 hours from where I live by bus to get to Glasgow and once I did the receptionists were helpful quick and to the point. The rooms were small but I paid for what I got and I don't think its a bad choice after all of you only plan sleeping there. The staff was so so so friendly it was unreal! I love them to be honest! :) of anything they talk to you and help you with your queries but they're more like friendly to you rather than someone who's working for you. Overall since I loved the staff there and the amazing location I will be definitely be going back to the same budget hotel if I'm given the chance to go back to Glasgow. It is clean and it is literally in central location around EVERYTHING. Do recommend you go there if you are just looking for some place to sleep really.
It was clean although at night it would get a bit too cold in the room because the heater would only work a tiny bit. The bathroom door would not completely close either but I mean that's okay it's not the end of of the worlds. Also the shower could be too hot sometimes and you had to adjust it and it would take some time but other than that there were no problems or things I disliked.
Low price, good staff and excellent location. If your aim is to visit Glasgow (rather than be pampered at a hotel) and you want a friendly convenient place to stay, this is it. They don't have a bar or dining room but they have a deal with the very good pub next door (open for breakfast). You get what they advertise, no more, no less.
Perhaps some rooms could use a lick of paint. I have been a few times and I am already booked for more visits so it isn't bothering me. I just think they have everything else right for a budget hotel and paint doesn't cost much. It would enhance the experience for not much outlay.
Price. Location. Tea and coffee and TV were nice bonuses. The staff were excellent and very willing to help (bringing bags upstairs and organising taxi's - very impressed).
No elevator and we were on the top floor. There were no extra toilets on a floor so when someone was using the room's toilet it was inconveinent. There was hair and dirt in my bed, it didn't appear the sheets had been washed (this was pretty appauling). The shower pressure was so bad it was almost unusable. There was a hole in the bathroom door.
The location, close to everything (Clyde, subway, Tesco and like a million other stores). Clean enough. Alright for its price (budget hotel, remember?) I would definitely stay again if on a budget.
Like others mentioned, the room is sloped, which can be a bit annoying when on bed trying to sleep, but not much. What IS annoying and - unlike the sloped floor - is something that could (and should) be fixed quite easily, is the atrocious WiFi speed. Depending on the time, it could rival the speed of a vintage 56k. Other than that, a very nice budget hotel.
TV, hot drink facilities and bathroom in dorm room. Great location in town and close to transport stations.
The main reason I chose st Enoch was due to location and it being one of the cheaper hotels in Glasgow. I was back home in Glasgow for a family wedding and needed to be central and st Enoch came up as cheapest at time of booking.
To be honest I think as it's a place just to sleep and to wash and there no breakfast facilities, I would say that even £139.00 for 5 nights is too much as £100.00 for 5 nights would be more reasonable. I noticed the tap for hot water in my room 24 was broken and turned right around when trying to use water, and I think that it was just a empty the bin and place a new towel on bed when cleaner went in as I would have thought that the cleaner would clean the room a bit more. Think the building needs a decoration too as looks tackie and don't think in my next visit to Glasgow of which i do at least 3 times a year that I would stay again at st Enoch hotel.
The location is great. The staff, especially when I booked in and they couldn't find my booking were great.
You pay for what you get. They'd lost my booking, so that might be why when they found me a room it was so dreadful - mostly taken up by a bunk bed. Daren't attempt the top bunk, and fro the bottom bunk - couldn't see the TV, couldn't see the light.. just the bottom of a grungy mattress. Might just be bad luck but it wasn't nice. And that room, number 7, is worth avoiding. Get to hear the live music from the next door pub with awesome clarity and volume. But I wasn't paying much.
Need to be more modern decor, carpets
Hotel centrally located, 24 hour reception. Staff informative when questions were asked.
The location was central to almost anything based within the city. The room had everything you needed for everyday use.
The staff were really apathetic. There was no welcome nor 'how was your stay'. Overall, it felt like a stop-shop. I probably would not return as a smile and a friendly word is sometimes worth that little extra.
Excellent value. After booking I heard from friends this was not even worth the small sum I paid. It surpassed my expectations and provided service not far off those of the more expensive hotels but at a fraction of the price
Uneven floors meant when opening doors the carpet got caught on the door
The stuff was very friendly
The WLan was incredible bad
The general feel of the place, felt like an eerie hostel. The shower didn't work, so I had to have a sink wash!! And when I told reception they laughed and agreed with me??? Well fix it then.... Really bad customer service
For me and my husband was the perfect location. It's very close to all the main streets and attractions of the city. It's also close to the railway and the bus station. Many restaurants, pubs and clubs in the area, it has also everything you need in the room. Very good price for the rooms as well.
You get what you pay for and this was very fair for the money I paid. The room was much better than it looked. I felt good there. The floor was terrible and really needs fixing, but nothing that matters to me. I'm very well aware that this building is a lot more than 100 years old. I was only staying there to sleep and relax in bed. Bed and sheets were clean with good mattress an the TV worked well. Wifi connection was stable and worked good. Shower was warm and worked well, visitors get clean towels, soap and shampoo and I got a new towel daily. The hotel has security cameras all over and it gave me a nice feeling, since I was shopping and filled my room with expensive things I bought. The room was warm and had a new window glass, toilet, and shower-head. Workers were fixing things around the building while I stayed there and I did not miss any sleep because of them. Staff was nice and helpful. Coffee, tea and biscuits at the room. I am happy with our stay at St. Enoch hotel. Cheap, reliable and a good night sleep.
I can't complain about anything at this hotel. It is old, not looking good and floors really need fixing. This building would never be aloud as a hotel in my country. However, they offer a breakfast deal at the Hooternanny restaurant next to the hotel and they use to much oil in everything there. Even sandwich with oil, oily onion rings and so on. I recommand to eat at other places. But beer was fine at the Hooternanny ;) The owner was however rude to the girls working at this restaurant. Maybe the hotel should point guests to another restaurant for breakfast.
It was centre of town
Was terrible, unclean, woke up itching, even budget hotels are suppose to have standards. Think of worse hostel you've ever stayed and that would be 5 star in comparison. Would not recommend at all.
Walking distance of shops, restaurants and transports.
No living room No proper kitchen Carpets on the floor Ensuite bath
Good location, price & staff
No breakfast (cereal & milk) this time. Not that I am really bothered.
Very good location, nearby St Enoch shopping centre for a very convenient price. Comfortable bed.
A bit noisy (hear the music from a pub downstairs). Despite being non-smoking, a very strong cigarette smell on the corridors and in my room.
Perfect location Great value for money Wifi in the room
old beds old bathroom limited hot water in shower
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