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228 Renfrew Street , Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow, G3 6TX , United Kingdom – Show map
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Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and costs GBP 6 per day.
24-hour front desk, Luggage storage
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating
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Until 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Set in the heart of the city centre, McLays Guest House is well located for visiting Glasgow’s many museums and art galleries and is just a few minutes’ walk from lively Sauchiehall Street and...
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Glasgow House is set in the heart of Glasgow’s West End and just 5 minutes’ walk from Kelvinbridge Subway Station and Glasgow University. It offers modern rooms with flat-screen TVs.
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Offering rooms with free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour reception and traditional Scottish breakfasts, this traditional Victorian town house is located just 500 metres from Glasgow’s King's Theatre and Charing...
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Situated in central Glasgow, the Park Inn by Radisson Glasgow City Centre boasts free high-speed Wi-Fi, a gym, and a restaurant.
Score from 1052 reviews Fabulous
Bed was good no noise
Had no towel in bathroom under bed was not clean
Room freezing due to wind blowing through window empty wine bottle under bed from last guests water leaking in bathroom through light fitting above shower and heating only going on in room when arrived and asking for it to be put on
location Close to shops, that is why I booked as could not get closer to city centre. Room warm but curtains blowing with a draft from windows
Quality of room, cleanliness, no hot water, shower poor, very basic. People listening at door. Our neighbouring guest bringing a girl in for sex and making a noise. The night porter shouting through the door at them insisting the door be openned. Wakened from sleep thought it was us that was the problem. Could hear him being told to pay for the "guest " he had taken in. Felt should have had refund but not prepared to wait in morning to argue about and no one on reception. Not a good experience. Happy to leave even though pouring of rain. Did not leaver our car parked by the hotel felt it was not a very desireable area.
No WiFi available. I reported it to one the staff, but apparently at the moment 'too many guests were using it'... I waited but nothing changed The room was not properly clean
The room was cold - no heating at all in bathroom. Lighting intermittent - loud buzz before lights came on. Breakfast barely warm
The hotel was quiet and the bedroom was fairly good size
The price on the board behind reception was £90 but we were charged £120 a difference of 30%..... Felt ripped off as it was not a £.120 quality hotel. The staff were unfriendly
I liked that they let me keep my bags there before I could check in so I could go out and enjoy the town. I liked the location!
The price! Up the road there are hotels with a much, much higher standard for a lower price. The wi-fi didn't work, they didn't check in the dining room to see whether I wanted breakfast (and it wasn't a full Scottish, despite it saying so on the website), the cleaning wasn't that great and no signs to hang on the door telling them to. It disturb.
No hot water in morning. A very basic room with definitely no frills. £120 price for one night is too high in my opinion compared to other accommodations. Was of course hiked up because of the football match that evening at Celtic Park.
The room was dirty Broken furniture Only one very small hand towel available Dampness on the walls Cold - no heating on arrival or during the night. Did have a Food Hygiene Certificate displayed on the wall at reception ....dated 1990!!
I enjoyed leaving this hotel.
There was what looked like human excrement on the bathroom wall and I was left covered in bed big bites after it.
Easy to find ,parking was street but cost was reasonable,very close to theatre and city centre so didn't have to use my car again until we left ,hotel was quiet tidy but not posh and just right for a base to sleep at,breakfast was good value and was in with the price of the hotel.
The plumbing when flushing the toilet occasionally made a fearful nose and the lights above the bed didn't work,however we didn't flush the toilet during the night and it was a mild inconvenience to get out of bed to switch the center lights off when we wanted to settle down for the night.
Does what it says on the tin. Great location, comfy bed in a clean room. Friendly staff and a cooked breakfast included - thanks for a great stay.
Excellent location although the house is on a terrace and the steps from the street are steep. The breakfast was good and the dining room staff helpful and friendly.
The room smelled of cigarette smoke, there was a gap of 1.5 inches at the bottom of the room door. The dining room is a little cramped and the tables too small for four people to eat comfortably.
Staff were brilliant, cannot fault that at all. The house isn't no 5* but we got exactly what we paid for!
1. The room was dirty (toilet in an unacceptable condition. We asked them to clean it again. They did, but the smell of the chlorine was so strong - because they didn't kept the window open- that I almost faint after that. It is something that they should do before clients move in to the room ). 2. There was no water in the bathroom. I went in to take my shower and then realized that there is no water. Had to complain and ask them to be transferred in another room. The water was out of use. They should check this before giving the room. 3. The door could not close safely. 4. There were no sheets on the beds; just the duvet covers, which were not clean indeed. 5. I was asked to pay as soon as I arrived, and I did so. If I hadn't done so, I would have left the place with no second thought. 6. It is no worth it for 70 pounds per night. I would pay 20 pounds (maximum for such a room). Of course we didn't have breakfast; just wanted to leave the place.
View from room, comfy bed, friendly staff, greAt location
Fruit and yoghurt would have been a welcome addition to the heavy carb breakfast!!!
Was on the very last minute for breakfast but the lady who spoke to me in the breakfast room was lovely about it and then breakfast itself was spot. That was important for me that day because I was in Glasgow to run a half marathon/Great Scottish Run. What it says on the tin; clean, warm and comfortable with friendly, genuine people to talk to. Would definitely stay again and recommended:)
Bathroom was a little bit small but it's a period building and I'd rather be in a building with character and small bathrooms than a standard clone of a Travelodge with big bathrooms.
Overall I liked the service, the breakfast, the comfort and cleanliness.
The only problem I had was that the wifi transmission didn't reach my room (no. 26).
Having a place to sleep at all After being canceled very abruptly being cancelled by air B &B
Dirty uncomfortable beds seedy
- Location was rather convenient, next to the city center
- Almost no accessibility to Wi-Fi, although different stated in the Willow Web page - Breakfast for just one hour - A bit rude personnel especially in the afternoon (in the morning it was a kind woman, trying to serve people as much as the conditions allowed) - Quite expensive for the services and quality of living offered
room was large and bright and lovely and warm. Lovely view over the city. Large comfy bed. I'd go again and feel welcome. Staff got me taxis as needed very quickly.Quiet accessible street.
TV reception but just rough weather.
Location, staff and cleanliness were acceptable.
It was expensive for what was provided. The breakfast was very poor both in quality and content. I thought we had moved on from serving tinned tomatoes with a 'FULL' Scottish breakfast
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