Here you’ll find a list of the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Glasgow which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The ratings you see are an aggregate from several platforms, and it’s always higher than 4 out of 5 stars. Our ratings are to be trusted as they include both customer reviews and expert opinions.
This is the largest city in Scotland and ranks as one of the most visited cities in the whole of the UK. Historically a center of the Scottish Enlightenment, the city grew to become a major hub of transatlantic trade with North America and West Indies.
The city is even more famous for its distinct dialect which is noted for being difficult for visitors to understand. This makes it very fascinating and interesting and as a result a popular tourist attraction. The recent, continuous and ever booming economic growth and development of the city have made it an attraction for investment, corporate headquarters, and resort centers.
The city of Glasgow is the second most visited city in the whole of Scotland while it ranks fifth in all of the UK. Several fascinating landmarks and places are situated in Glasgow contributing to its attractiveness to tourism and hospitality.
The main building of the University of Glasgow is one of the unique landmarks in the city while the Skyline of Glasgow Harbour makes for a fine attraction and view. The Clyde Arc bridge crossing the River Clyde is also one of the visited places in the city.
“Once the legendary One Devonshire Gardens hotel, frequented by such celebrities as Luciano Pavarotti and Elizabeth Taylor, the Hotel du Vin Glasgow is still a destination for those in search of luxury.”
Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Glasgow.
“Part of a new wave of well-designed cheap hotels with noticeably smaller rooms, Point A offers extremely comfortable beds, small bathrooms and a great breakfast just steps from many of the bars, restaurants and other attractions in the City Centre, perhaps making the lack of space somewhat less of an issue.”
Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Glasgow, United Kingdom.