Campanile Glasgow

Address: 10 Tunnel Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 8HL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Maxwell Park area of Glasgow, is near Glasgow School of Art, The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Buchanan Galleries, and Glasgow Caledonian University.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
          • Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
          • Breakfast Available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Pets allowed


          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Conference facilities
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Glasgow

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Glasgow

          The friends you make and the love you lose.

          A travel blog entry by spizzy on Nov 01, 2015

          ... someone who means a great deal to you. I myself had the fortunate experience of becoming close to someone who i knew very little about, yet within days i felt like i had known them my whole life.

          Its experience's like these whilst on the road that creates bonds and friendships that can stand the test of time (so cliche i know!) and the distance that comes with traveling. The overwhelming feeling you get when you meet a person on your travels that is ...

          A wee bit of fun!

          A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Aug 20, 2015

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... I quickly lost count! We
          got to the Kelvingrove Museum and Gardens and it was very impressive. When it
          was built, the Glaswegians (I love that name!) thought it was too fancy for
          their town, but have grown to love it. It was a great museum that was a
          combination of art and natural history that was very well curated. It is aimed
          at teaching children about the items and had a great “how ...

          Goodbye Lakes District and Hello Scotland!

          A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on Apr 20, 2015

          3 comments, 6 photos

          ... an old church but it is now a restaurant/bar. It is also where they have the Pint a Pie and a Play. Unfortunately this is only a lunch thing and we had well and truly missed it for today and will be long gone for tomorrow. Wayne did comment though that it was the best use of a church that he had seen in a very long time. Walked towards the river passing the university. Very impressive old buildings and the gardens around the river were great, hard to ...

          Our last weekend

          A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 28, 2013

          133 photos

          ... like graduations, and recently went to Helsinki as an external examiner for a PhD there, resplendent in his kilt and academic gown. This lot seemed to be most of the male guests, not just the wedding party, all done up in their respective clan tartans, and at one stage as we sat peacefully in a tiny alcove of the bar lounge, we saw one old codger trotting through with bagpipes as big as he was. Sadly, we didn't hear him play although we could hear the applause after the speeches.

          Bring Doon the Cloot!

          A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Dec 29, 2012

          18 photos

          ... is going on behind the leading characters and they seem to be blissfully unaware. Then of course there's the 'Oh yes he is' which gets the resounding 'Oh no he's not'.

          To explain today's title - at some point in the performance there will be a little song which one of the panto characters wants the audience to sing along to - and it ultimately ends in a competition between both sides of the theatre. ...