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42-44 Howard Street, Glasgow, G1 4EE, United Kingdom – Show map
|Bed in 6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room|
|Bed in 6-Bed Female Dormitory Room|
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|Family Room (6 Adults)|
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24-Hour Front Desk
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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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 in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
When booking for more than 9 people, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 789 reviews
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In Glasgow city center on one of the main shopping streets, this hotel is just 220 yards from Glasgow Central Train Station. A buffet breakfast is available and all rooms have a private bathroom.
Score from 3151 reviews Good
Rennie Mackintosh Hotel is right in the center of Glasgow, next to the Central Station. It has a 24-hour front desk, free Wi-Fi and a bar.
Score from 2169 reviews Good
In the heart of the city, McLays Guest House is well located for visiting Glasgow’s many museums and art galleries and is just a short walk from lively Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street.
Score from 1069 reviews Review score
In the center of Glasgow, Euro Hostel Glasgow features free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk. The modern hostel is just a 5-minute walk from Glasgow Central Train Station.
Score from 1158 reviews Good
The staff were very helpful. The hotel is well located. It is no frills but that was what we were looking for.
ideal really, excellent price and a few little touches also
nothing really everything was fine
The location was good.
Someone must have pissed at the bed before! There was strong smell of urine of the bed and a large yellow piece of the sheet! Oh so disgusting!!! I requested to change a room. The second room did not have that smell, but was dirty as well. Everything of the hotel was bad except for the location. This was no doubt the dirtiest hostel/hotel I've ever stayed in!
location, value for money
really grubby luggage storage; felt very unsafe
Location , friendly staff,
Comfort an staff efficiency at a reasonable price
Bit of an odour from kebab shop below.
Nothing to like apart from location
Horrible rude staff, dirty and filthy, heating and shower don't work at all. No lifts.
Very close to the shopping and train station. We just wanted a bed
Heater was on the blink, but the lovely lass brought us up a portable one. No lift and a few stairs
Tea and Biscuits Cheap
Grotty Decor Grubby & poor Ensuite (decided not to use shower) Poor noise insulation Generally tacky
partying in corridors drinking and singing at 9 30 on Saturday night would not be quiet when told so by receptionist
Going to see fifty shade of gray at the cinima
The hotel and rooms are very run down
Location to shops
The location was ideal for where I was going
The stairs to get to top floor were to much and room was badly in need of decorating but for the money we payed it was ok
Hostel is placed in the city centre, close to the train station, bus stops, shops, touristic sites. The beds are comfortable and clean and the rooms are warm.
The bathroom was somewhat ratchet, but functioning.
Great place friendly staff and lovely situated close to food outlets and transport
Location is very central
the staff gave us wrong key and we ended up in other people's room. but, they changed the key later. poor administration.
not one thing
it was a family room 2 adults 2 children we were give a room that looked like a cell with 2 sets of bunk beds we complained we were told if you dont like it theres the door by a threating man we were very alarmed
The bathroom was to small
Very comfortable. Hotel was expecting some noisy guests so they gave me a room 2 floors above so I wouldn't hear them. Great value
at hotel one night only location was perfect for my needs
It was warm and quiet, exactly what I needed on a wintery day after traveling from another continent. Will probably stay there again if I need to stay over in Glasgow.
The location was brilliant and staff were very friendly. We travelled as a group and wanted to do it in a cheap way so it was great value for our money!
Room Really cleans and confortable but with a little bit smell of old furniture
I guess £32 isn't much to pay for a night in central Glasgow, but ... (1) The floor of the room was tilted, so the bed was on a slope. I didn't roll out, but it wasn't very comfortable. (2) The bed had no pillow. (3) The remote for the TV was missing, and the TV couldn't be switched on. (4) The general state of the room was poor - peeling wallpaper, badly stained carpet etc. No shower, just a toilet and handbasin. A general air of neglect and slight grubbiness ... (5) The 'duvet' was like something you might find in an underfunded institution. Much worse than youth hostel. (6) When I picked up the phone to call reception about a pillow, I discovered that the phone wasn't working either. I had to choose between trekking back down three flights of stairs (no lifts) or rolling up my jacket ... I mentioned my difficulties to the receptionist in the morning, who said 'Oh dear. Well ... we don't actually use that room much.' I don't suppose I'll be using it again either ... Better than sleeping on the pavement, I guess.
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