Erskine Bridge Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Erskine Bridge Hotel
This hotel is great value for money. Lovely views and ideal for getting around to Braehaed, Loch Lomond and Glasgow. Yes the room we were in was waiting for a refurb but it was clean and very comfortable. Apart from this the service, staff, leisure club and food were excellent and this made the stay enjoyable. I suggest if booking you ask for a refurbished room though dont be put off as it is great value for a three star. We will be back.
Judging by the other reviews some of the rooms can't be as bad as the one I had. Stained carpet, peeling wallpaper, stained furniture, mould round bath, leaking toilet, musty smell, generally grubby and needing totally overhauled. The main reception is OK and the food in the restaurant average, pool fine, gym small and showers had a terrible smell. The corridors on each floor are very uninviting with grubby white concrete walls and as someone else has already pointed out the lifts are very temperemental. I couldn't recommend this hotel and hope that there is a refurbishment programme imminent.
Needs a Refurb !
I've stayed here a few times as I get a good business rate. The reception and bar area are actually quite good, spacious and welcoming. Unfortunately the rooms have needed upgrading for quite some time. They're begining to look dilapidated and grubby. The bathrooms aren't much better. Shame - because the hotel is in a good position and the views over the Clyde and the Esrkine Bridge are great.
Home from home
We had a lovely weekend at this hotel in february. The weather was atrocious but the hotel was warm and friendly as was the food in the dining room. Service was excellent and will make a return visit. Bedroom was very comfortable too.
Decor was old
I only stopped the one night, on entering the room I noticed the blue carpets were heavily stained. The furniture was black and the curtains chint! The bathroom sink had make-up smears round it and black mold round the bath. There was also a whole in the wall behind the taps.
Overall the room needed a good clean and the decor and furniture modernising. The hotel restaurant on the other hand was excellent and the food was very good and had a varied menu with lots of choice. The food was well priced and this partly made up for the state of the room.
Breakfast was OK with 'help yourself' buffet and waitress tea/coffee and toast service.
A wet and cold autumn weekend with my husband and children was transformed by a happy stay at the Erskine Bridge Hotel. The views up and down the Clyde were great, with a variety of seabirds in sight with hills behind. The hotel itself is a bit of a concrete tower block, but the swimming pool and big breakfast had us up early each morning.
Waiting for the lift was frustrating, and the stairs proved quicker every time (we had races).
This hotel had some wonderful features. The food was good and the lobby was classy. The location was very convenient. The room we had was a little old and could use a facelift, but the view from the room was spectacular. Our only negative was the surprise to find that breakfast wasn't included.
Stayed here for one night in June on my way to Mexico City(airport hotels were full) and was pleasantly surprised. From the outside, the hotel looks somewhat fortress like with lots of 70's concrete blandness, but inside it was warm and welcoming. The staff were efficient and helpful, the rooms clean and airy. We had a superb view up the Clyde towards the Finieston? crane. Only ten minutes away from Glasgow airport so I'll be using it regularly from now on.
absoulutely fantastic hotel, staff friendly, facilities great and food out of this world, what more can we say about this place!!
A great Stay
Very friendly hotel with excellent facilities. Ideally situated in the peace and quiet of the countryside but only a few miles away from shopping haven i.e Braehead, Ikea and Glasgow city centre. Well worth a visit!!!
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Not off to a good start .............. We were late in leaving this morning because we have misplaced our holiday money!! We spent an hour and a half looking for it everywhere including in the outside bins. Barry remembers sorting the currency out into groups of each currency on Monday. He thinks he left it in the dining room but is not certain. Lynn doesn't remember seeing it but had a ...
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Today was another big drive from Thirsk through to Inchinnan, Glasgow. My friend from Cambridge, Michelle and her husband Craig have lived here for couple of years and I was looking forward to catching up with them. Our first stop on the trip was Whitby, somewhere both Geoff and I wanted to visit, possibly mainly because living in the Mercury Bay where Captain Cook spent some time. I had talked to Michelle the night before and she had told us Whitby was ...
... the People's Palace and Winter's Garden, which was basically a museum with an itty bitty Botanic Garden on the inside. There were lots of old people and young children.
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