The following facilities are available at Belgrave Glasgow Hotel

  • Maid Service

  • Security Boxes

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Office Facilities & Fax Services

  • Meeting Room Facilities

  • Lounge

Accommodations

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No matter what type of apartment accommodation in Glasgow you want, you will get it at Belgrave Glasgow Hotel.

Things to see and do in Glasgow

Cosmopolitan

The city of Glasgow is a stylish cosmopolitan city with a wealth of tourist attractions, bars, and shopping. City of culture in 1990, Glasgow certainly lives up to its name with many galleries including the Gallery of Modern Art. There are also many parks and gardens in Glasgow giving the city a sense of greenery within the metropolis.

The Belgrave Glasgow Hotel is ideally situated just outside Glasgow City Centre and it’s a B&B type of hotel within easy reach of all the major attractions and business centres.

River Clyde

Glasgow Science Centre is one of the latest tourist attractions in Glasgow and is set alongside the famous River Clyde. The Science Centre includes Glasgow tower, which is the only freestanding structure in the world that can be turned 360 degrees from the base to face into the wind. There are many exhibitions within the science centre and the hands-on displays are sure to keep kids young and old amused. There are plenty of facilities available within the centre including toilets and cafes.

Modern Art

The Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow is the second most visited contemporary art gallery outside of London. Opened in 1996 the gallery has a range of exhibitions from internationally renowned artists as well as work from local artists. There are biannual events held and there is always something to see at the Gallery of Modern Art. Housed in an elegant, neo-classical building in the heart of Glasgow city centre that has been extensively refurbished.

Kelvingrove

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum – you can enjoy a beautiful paints including Salvador Dali Christ of Saint John of the Cross, or paints of Impressionist such as Claude Monet. Moreover you’ll find here designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (one of the famous Scottish designer) Glasgow Tea Rooms (designed for Glasgow tea room owner Miss Cranston). Nearby are the Botanic Gardens, so if you have enough time – do not omit them.

Museum

The Transport Museum of Glasgow is one of the most popular tourist attractions with over half a million visitors each year. The museum captivates the imagination of young and old alike. The museum has been moved recently from Kelvin Hall to a new very modern building at Pointhouse Quay in the Glasgow Harbour regeneration district of Glasgow.

Shopping

Shopping in Glasgow is abundant and Glasgow probably has the best selection of shops in Scotland, there are numerous streets and shopping centres within the city centre (including Buchanan Galleries) and it is possible to spend a whole day shopping if that’s your thing. Break up the day by going for something to eat or drink, there are many cafes, bars and restaurants within the city.

Book your stay in Glasgow

BELGRAVE GLASGOW HOTEL

Belgrave Street
Glasgow
G12 1OP

LOCATION

Located in the heart of the West End of Glasgow, everything is literally on your doorstep