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Hotels in Glasgow

Hotels in Glasgow

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Glasgow is the British pound.

£10 = basic lunch with a drink for 1 person or 6 cans of domestic beer.

Local Time

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Frequently Asked Questions

Glasgow's year-round festivals bring different types of tourists and holidaymakers to the city every month. There's a Film Festival in February, jazz events in June, and the Inspiration festival for kids in October. As for the weather, winters are regularly freezing and snowy, and the summer months are relatively mild. From March to May the flowers and plants around the city spring into bloom.
Stay in a hotel near Glasgow’s City Centre and you’ll be close enough to enjoy George Square, a sunny picnic site by summer and a winter wonderland market during the festive period. You can also stroll through Glasgow Green, enjoying lush parkland which dates back to the 15th century.Football fans should choose a hotel in the East End, where they’ll find Celtic FC’s home ground, Celtic Park. Also in the area is Merchant City, which dates back to the 1750s but is now Glasgow’s vibrant cultural heart. Stroll down Ingram Street to check out designer fashion boutiques, or head to Buchanan Street to experience the UK’s second busiest shopping street.When it’s time for dinner, fill up in one of the area’s many excellent restaurants. Hotels near Merchant City are ideal for couples or adult groups looking for a break rich in culture, cocktails and cool art.Hotels in the Shawlands neighbourhood are well suited to families and people looking to avoid the high costs of the City Centre. With Bellahouston Park within half an hour’s drive, you’ll be able to enjoy breathtaking views across the city or take advantage of the area’s excellent nightlife.Go upmarket in Glasgow’s West End, where you can enjoy elegant Victorian architecture, plenty of green spaces like Kelvingrove park and the cool eateries of the Finnieston area. Visit the Clydesdale Distillery to taste the finest whiskies Scotland has to offer, or take in the unique Riverside Museum structure.

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