Glasgow, United Kingdom
944 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G3 7TH
Most recent booking for this hotel was 18/05/2013 at 09:49
The McQuade group proudly presents the newest member of our family, The Kelvingrove Hotel. 25 well-appointed and spacious en-suite rooms with free internet access for guests ensuring the most comfortable and carefree stay possible. Recently renovated in March 2011.
Embedded on the edge of the stylish yet laid-back West End, the Kelvingrove hotel offers the best of both worlds, being only walking distance from the energetic city centre while remaining a stone throw from the lush Kelvingrove public park and the chic bars of the West End further ahead.
The hotel also enjoys close proximity to a number of attractions such Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, the Museum of Transport, the SECC and the Science Centre, while bus routes on its doorstep make travel to these amenities and other areas in the city even easier.
This family run hotel retains an endearing, homely feel to it where every guest is made to feel truly welcome by its pleasant and hard working staff. This atmosphere has been praised by many guests to date, and on the back of such reviews the hotel can deservedly regard itself amongst the best in the city.
- Check in/Check out Check in 1.30pm, Check out 11am
- Internet Free Guest computer
- Luggage storage
- Parking £2 Per 4 hours, free after 6pm and weekend
- Smoking Policy Non smoking hotel
- Wake Up wake up calls available
- WiFi Free WIFI in all rooms
- Ironing Facilities
- WiFi free wifi
Our customer reviews
Bev from Prudhoe
“ The hotel has an elegant appearance from the kerb and is well situated for the park area and West end attractions of Glasgow. Inside the reception area is modern but slightly dark. Our room was a tad tired in decor - wallpaper slightly peeling away in places and the carpet had definitely seen better days. The major let down was the size of the shower - it was so small it was difficult to point the shower head to give a direct aim without it shooting straight across to the opposite wall. Anyone larger than average probably wouldn't fit in it at all. The mirrors in both the bedroom and bathroom were so low down, you have to stoop to get a good look at yourself (I'm only 5FT 8).The beds were very comfortable though and the linen clean. Breakfast was excellent and the dining area very nice - again very dark though. Our room was looking onto Sauchiehall Street and it was very noisey on Saturday night with fighting, shouting and bottles being broken right outside our window. Overall though no major complaints - it wasn't expensive, however, I would definitely want to try somewhere else next time to compare value for money.
Vivien from Duns
Nice hotel, a bit noisy during the night with passing traffice and late night passers by.
Was a bit of blocked drain smell coming from the bathroom and plumbing made peculiar noises.
Bed was comfy and breakfast was fine.
Dan from London
really good scottish brekkie bu not far away from an American NY diner but more expensive.
Room was comfortible & quiet with d/glazing all round - great for blocking out most of the local entertainment
“ Top Tip: a very nice & cheap music bar almost opposite the hotel, ok if you love NEW indie music
Stephen from Isle Of South Uist
“ some areas had obviously had a face lift but essentials like the bathroom had been missed out unfortunately. the shower was horrible as the water didn't drain and there was an unpleasant smell from the toilet. the bedroom however was lovely but had a strong smell not unlike a plug in air freshener (we looked but there wasn't one!) that just didn't go away-which was a shame. the staff at the front desk could not have been more friendly and helpful.
“ Top Tip: mother india - a great meal 5 mins away
Derek from Spennymoor
“ The hotel was excellently situated for our needs. we were able to walk into the city centre without any problems, but for those unable to walk very far or the weather conditions are poor, then there are excellent transport facilities available. We would certainly recommend this hotel and we would use it again when the need arises.
“ Top Tip: The red sightseeing open-top bus stops about twenty yards away. The price may seem a little expensive but it is well worth it, lasts for two days, and you can hop on or off at any of the stops.
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