Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Airport
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Airport Paisley
Good deal for inclusive parking
Stayed here for one night prior to holiday. Price includes continental breakfast and two weeks off site car parking - £75.50. Rooms very clean, spacious and comfortable. Two minutes undercover walkway to terminal.
In morning we booked in our cases and returned to hotel for breakfast. Sat in room for a while instead of airport as a lot quieter. On return from holiday across to hotel where our car was waiting for us. This is so much easier than having to find way out of an offsite car park as done frequently in the past so will definitely stay here again.
We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express - Glasgow airport in September 2004. The hotel is walking distance from the terminal.
The lobby is quite busy as there is a good deal of folks coming in and out. There is a nice bar and the restaurant is ok. Breakfast is very nice...dinner is so-so.
The rooms are very small but amazingly functional. Everything was new and in great working order.
The staff, while busy, is extremely nice. They let us store our excess luggage for 6 nights while we went to London and Dublin. We would have had to pay to leave it at the airport or pay fines from RyanAir for being too heavy.
I would not recommend long stays here but for short stays or before/after flights, great hotel.
Best option at Glasgow Airport
We stayed here recently and took advantage of the excellent parking-inclusive rate. We asked for a quiet room away from Reception and that is exactly what we got. Everywhere was super-clean and the staff were friendly. We always enjoy the breakfasts at the HI Express and this was no exception. When we returned from our holiday our car had been collected from secure-parking and was waiting for us in the hotel car-park, no problem. Great service.
An excellent hotel
I concur with all the other reviewers. This is a great hotel with great prices. The staff are attentive and pleasant, and the place is bright and clean all around. It is also such a delight to be able to walk from your room to the airport terminal...no mad rush, no traffic, no rental car returns. If you are travelling via Glasgow airport, I highly recommend staying here the night before you depart, as it greatly simplifies your trip and you can set out feeling refreshed.
Nice Way to End the Trip Before Going Home
It is difficult to find sleeping arrangements for a family of five; however Holiday Inn solved the problem. We were pleased with the room and spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing from our busy schedule of sightseeing for four weeks. It was great to have a breakfast before walking over to the airport. I would stay here again for the great internet rate I received (cheaper than quoted at the hotel).
Glasgow Airport Holiday Inn
Excellent Hotel; nice bar off the lobby. Across the street from the terminal. Only problem experienced is leaving the M8 to the hotel. You can find yourself going the wrong way on a one way street. Staff was very helpful.
Superb airport budget hotel with car parking deals
I note this super hotel is not on the site. Very surprising indeed since I think it's the best budget hotel experience at the airport and has super parking deals too. Owned and run by the people who won the Hotel Review Scotland Budget Hotel of the Year award and it's easy to see why. Spotlessly clean and fresh, very quiet, a good night's sleep, great value rates, and very friendly helpful staff.
Most comfortable beds in all of Scotland! Good food, too!
We have stayed there twice and we loved it! The rooms are clean, the staff are helpful and friendly. Our son loved the food. The rooms are quiet and peaceful, and the beds were SOOOO comfortable. We plan to stay there again next month when we go to Scotland. Highly recommend!
The Express is a surprise
Let me tell you about this tired American's experience with the Holiday Inn Express at the Glasgow Airport: I LOVED IT! When I apologized for my early arrival and stated I knew I would have to wait, they handed me a key to my room!!!! The staff is friendly and competent, the rooms are very clean, albeit small, and the Continental Breakfast and papers hit the spot in the morning. And if you email the Express before you embark, you'll get a timely answer. The only worry is crossing the busy road from the airport to get to the walkway, but it's a tiny distance to trundle a suitcase once you're across. I was so impressed with the hotel and their rates that I'm rebooking with them for three days in July.
i sent an e mail to the hotel with a query and i received a reply. the hotel is a short walk from the airport and transport into glasgow and paisley. the staff at the reception are friendly.
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