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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.
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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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- 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
reception very friendly and helpfull.Very good breakfast. Ideally situated for shops and theatre.
Felt it was over priced compared to other hotels in Glasgow. Decor needed updating . Curtains were tatty and hung up back to front . It woud not take a lot to rectify these things
Hill location unfortunately didn't realize that when booking
Convenience - easy paperwork and payment processes. Attentive staff with excellent facility to page them at any time of day or night, with a prompt response from them.
The room was rather small but may not have been typical of other rooms in the house - I had booked a single. Also, the curtain hooks had broken and not been replaced. It was necessary to stand on the bed in order to reach the curtain and attach it to the rail before going to sleep at night.
Price Central location Quiet
The friendliness and the cleanliness and with easy reach of town centre. Breakfast was excellent with no hassle. Staff were informative and helpful.
Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. nothing seemed to be too much trouble, even opening a bottle of wine late on the evening. Breakfast was of a good quality and cooked to order. Beds comfortable. Thank you of making us so welcome.
would have been nice if they had veggie sausages but it didn't ruin the breakfast by not having them.
Looked nice from the outside.
We paid £120 for a basic room. The bedsheet was dirty. The tea and coffee making facilities included just 2 sachets of coffee. The breakfast seemed to be a bunch of cheap muck cobbled together and cereals and juice had to be asked for. God knows what the sausages were made of - pinky-mushy-rusky stuff. The shower head came off as soon as the shower was turned on. As a basic place to stay it seemed OK but the feeling that everything was being done on the cheap was overwhelming and made the stay disappointing. So easily avoidable - I'd rather have paid a bit more and had better quality all round.
location of the guest house to city centre
the attitude of the staff,argueing over the ammount due for the room
The word that comes to mind is "cheap." It felt as if everywhere they could cut a corner to give you less of whatever they were committed to providing, they opted to do.
at least its clean.
No lift Bad wifi (keeps disconnecting) bad breakfast (from 7.30 to 8!!!) I went out and came back in the afternoon (2pm) and waited at the door for 20+ minutes to enter. Absolute worst hotel i have ever stayed in. the location is very very bad.
Pleasant, simple, clean room, comfortable bed, generous storage space; shower room/wc very small but functional and very clean. Hot water REALLY hot. Lack of fuss or bureaucracy on check-in and check-out. I chose to stay in bed longer rather than have breakfast (included in my price) so can't comment, but it smelled good.
Very steep steps up to the front door. The faintly ironical attitude of the gentleman at reception: while not unwelcoming, I found his manner disconcerting, and I overheard him confusing a foreign family who were trying to ask what breakfast consisted of, by telling them "Food". Funny if you speak the language well; potentially off-putting if you don't.
Really good quality-price ratio! Good location.
Location, friendly staff, good service for breakfast
noise from outside could do with better windows.
Location, staff dropped everything to help.
Bed very hard
great location and surprisingly quiet at night. Helpful staff
terrible porridge (in Scotland !!!) and no brown or wholemeal bread on offer. Also room smelt of smoke a bit
customer service - late for breakfast, but I still got some. Excellent quality too
Location means walking up short hills to get to the venue
The liveliness and good humor of the kitchen staff, the location on Garnet Hill is central, convenient, and a block away from the Art School, the television in the room. If you are looking for a modern immaculate hotel, this guest house is not for you. But if you want to see an old aspect of Glasgow, the architecture, the people, the run-down city center, you might like the Willow Guest House. The management staff was kind, helpful, and friendly.
The cleaning staff needs to completely retrained or replaced. The same garbage on the front steps for nine days straight, dirty clothes and food under the bed, food scraps in the desk drawer, black mold and hair in the bathroom, old dirty carpets, dirt and dust all over the common areas. One computer in the lobby set up for guests would be helpful. The TV in my room needed repair. Smoking is still allowed in the rooms, so it adds a dingy aspect to the place. Despite all of this, the room was warm and dry and I enjoyed my stay at the Willow Guest House!
The location was good for nights out as it was a 1 minute walk to the main strip of bars. There were plenty of take aways on hand. Did allow us to have a late checkout but was very expensive.
The shower didnt work. The room was freezing and didn't have any heating. The wardrobe stank of sick and we couldn't access the wifi. staff were mixed one was rude the other happy to help but didn't seem to know much or be able to help.
Location, relatively clean
I appreciate due to commonwealth, prices will be elevated, so £50 to £150 ok. Having left clothing in the room to then be asked to send a postal order to cover the £4 to send it back to me seemed a little steep, And when the breakfast arrived expecting it to be plentiful, surprised it was a couple pieces toast and an egg scrambled and instant coffee. Room was standard, walls were thin, therefore quite noisy, shower was tiny had to employ some shrinking tactics to get in and out. Not great value for money.
Friendly breakfast staff Location
Stairs Receptionists Wifi doesn't work Terrible seagull sounds in the morning Poor cleanliness in the bathroom
I thought the location was good
I didn't think the staff were very friendly, quite abrupt, I was laughed at when I asked if there was a lift, not pleasant at all.
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