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Stay in style at this landmark Victorian hotel with a remarkable history - everyone who was anyone visiting this city slept at this railway hotel opening directly onto Central Station. Rooms are typical of a standard upmarket chain, but there's an extravagant bar and it's a fantastic location for exploring the city - and further afield.

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Glasgow's cultural riches are all within easy reach - a short walk away are The Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, and a quick bus ride will take you to the impressive Burrell Collection, Kelvingrove Museum and Huntarian Gallery. There's a useful Airport Express bus stop, too.

Just along Hope Street is La Laterna, Glasgow's oldest and favourite Italian restaurant, practically unchanged for over 50 years.

By plane: flights from London to Glasgow take 1 hour 15 minutes. The hotel is a 25-minute drive. Parking costs £13.50 per day. Book flights to Glasgow.

By train: 4 hours 30 minutes from London and 3 hours from Manchester. The hotel is a one-minute walk from Glasgow Central station. Book trains to Glasgow.

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This place evokes the romance of train travel and the grand hotels of years gone by, with its low-lit reception, wide marble staircase, lofty ceilings and honey-coloured wood panelling so loved by the Victorians.


Service is always willing but can be haphazard, and information can be hard to come by, so it's worth checking the hotel's website. Luckily there is always a concierge available who will help you out and generally make things happen.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi


There's a range of rooms and two suites; décor is clean and calm in chic shades of taupe, white and deep blue, continuing in smart bathrooms.

Room types: Single, Standard, Premium, Standard Loft, Premium Deluxe, Two-bed Premium Deluxe, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities, desk, flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Sip one of 22 champagnes as you look out onto the commuters in the station below. Fizz is accompanied by east-meets-west small plates, from black pudding and haggis bonbons to slow-roasted char siu pork belly. At breakfast there's a basic hot and cold buffet with self-service tea and coffee.

Champagne Central Lounge: small plates and sharing boards. Open daily from 10am. Afternoon tea served 12-4pm.

The Restaurant: buffet and à la carte breakfast served daily from 7am.

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