Glasgow Loft Apartments
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Historical Traveler Reviews Glasgow Loft Apartments
Top notch apartment.
We had a great stay in April and would love to stay there again. The desk staff are fantastic and are quite helpful. The cleaning staff on the other hand are pushy and rude. They came into our place and started cleaning while we were still in the apt. It would've been nice if they "waited" for us to leave. Other than that, the suite is very large (about 900 sq ft or more) and all the amenities are there. As another reader mentioned, the Selfridges & Marks & Spender shops are both very close and are having the kitchen makes dining at home quite nice. Buchanan Bus Station is close as well as the subway and train connections. Wonderful pad and we'd definately recommend it to anyone.
All you need
Stayed at Glasgow Lofts in May whilst on a business trip to Europe and the U.K. During the course of the three week trip I stayed in nine different hotels and this was by far the best. Don't be put off by the outside appearance, once you go through the doors and up the lift it all changes! We had two bedrooms, two bathrooms (one with a spa bath and a seperate shower - the other with a shower) and a lounge with open plan kitchen. The lofts are modern and beautifully appointed - light wood floors and cupboards, stainless steel and granite fittings, washer/tumble drier, dishwasher, microwave, convection oven and definately the most comfortable bed of my entire trip. Lots of thoughful touches - detergent for the washing machine, some muffins (with a welcome note attached), bottled water in the fridge and a packet of savoury biscuits as well a really good toiletries. One block down you will find a pedestrian mall with many busy shops - these include Selfridges and Marks & Spencer so you can stock up on microwavable dinners. Free wi-fi internet (very unusual for the UK!) was also much appreciated. I certainly won't be staying anywhere else on my next trip to Glasgow.
Just returned from agreat stay in these lovely apartments. Very modern and comfortable. The floor to ceiling windows were novel BUT offered no privacy as the apartments were overlooked by Travel Lodge and flats. So when in bed the blinds had to be closed! No safe deposit box and we were not offered use of the gym or swimming pool! A great stay though
Loved the interior - don't expect much from the outside
These are apartments as they state ie don't expect hotel service.Tthis is for those who prefer flat type accomodation when away. We found a bit of difficulty locating the entrace as it is tucked away beside an entrance to a furniture shop. From the outside the tower block looks like 60's style flats but the interiors more than make up for it. Rooms are fantastic and location just paralell to Sauchiehall St behind the Theatre is great for out and about night life in the city centre without having to worry about taxis if you are willing to take a 5-10 minute walk. Would we stay again? Most definitely.
Huge, modern, great location!
The apartment was beautiful. Very modern appliances with floor to ceiling windows in the large open kitchen/dining/living room and in each of the two bedrooms. The location was great, too. Karen, who checked us in and out, was very helpful.
Talk about the wow factor ...
The Loft was perfect. My husband and I made use of the 3 for 2 nights option offered on Expedia and stayed the Fri-Mon.
Talk about the wow factor - as soon as you open the door you walk into an open plan kitchen and living area which looks out onto the Glasgow sky line with floor to celing windows. The apartment we stayed in had a fully equipped kitchen (with all the means to cook a meal if you really want to), 2 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms!
It is extremely clean and well kitted out. It is at the top of the shopping area, with a M&S across the road if you run out of milk.
I would recommend this accommadation to anyone wanting to be near the shopping or theatre district of Glasgow.
This place is so good it should be kept a secret!!!
Stunning from start to finish ! Loved the jacuzzi, loved the whole thing!!!
A birthday treat
I really enjoyed an overnight stay here and would definitely stay again and recommend it. The concierge was extremely helpful, the apartment was spotless and thanks to laterooms I got a bargain deal on the room rate.
Perfection in the middle of Glasgow
I was a bit hesitant about renting a flat as apposed to staying in a hotel in Glasgow, but as I have tried most of city?s hotels I thought I should give it a go, and what a pleasant surprise Glasgow Lofts turned out to be.
The lofts are perfectly laid out and equipped with everything to make you feel right at home. I was so comfortable and pleased with the loft that I had to force myself to leave daily as I would have been perfectly happy to spend my days gazing out of the floor to ceiling windows overlooking the city, or sitting in the Jacuzzi reading a book.
This really sets the bench mark for this type of accommodation. I travel monthly and have rented flats on three different continents and Glasgow Lofts are definitely in a league of their own. Superb. My only worry is that they will become so popular that I will have trouble booking in the future!
Glasgow Lofts what can I say! Perfect! Luxurious! Home from Home! Stylish!
Some colleagues, friends and I - 9 women in all - checked in to the Glasgow Lofts for a weekend after flying up from Torquay in Devon. We found the welcome warm, the apartments fabulous and all this situated in the heart of stylish Glasgow! Margaret the lady who organised all this for us was wonderfully efficient and we were able to hit the shops less than an hour after we had settled in. (a great base to tour Scotland too with rail links nearby).
These apartments are fitted out to the standard of a 5 star hotel but without the need to dress for breakfast or stick to set mealtimes. Some of my friends had never been to Scotland but will be back and have decided that with the cheap flights available it is as economical to go to Glasgow than it is to go to London - besides Glasgow is more stylish and fun!
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We got lucky with our accommodation at Glasgow. Lucy had met a Scottish girl in Italy who said we could stay in her apartment as she was still in Italy. It was a student share flat but everyone was half moved out for the summer so we had the place to ourselves and there was still furniture and most stuff in there. There were definitely some interesting characters in the neighbourhood.. But was ...
... summer. We headed to the tattoo and piercing shop for Jaz to get a new nose ring and Tina got the top of her ear done. I offered to get my nipples done and both of the kids were neatly physically sick at the thought. I then got a new pair of Doc Martins and they are a lot easier to wear in now. Dinner was at McDonald's and then back to the hotel for a night of DVDs and making sure that everything sorted for tomorrow's drive to ...
... forward to another a cab home at 4am and head on pillow… The hostel bed went from being springs in the back to feeling like a soft cloud J ahhhh so good!
Sunday 13th July
Another day in Glasgow, another hangover L
We just made check out and needed to go back to the souvenir shops to buy out Glasgow merchandise. Walking back through town very slowly and wounded we got our key rings and kept walking around ...
... at £10 and I'd already had great views of the town from the castle walls. While I was in the castle I received a phone call telling me that I'd been able to get on a 5 day tour of the highlands that I'd enquired about which was good news as it's a difficult area to tour around on your own. As as the tour was leaving from Edinburgh on Wednesday morning (I was at Stirling castle on Monday) at 8am it was decided that the easiest option of would be to spend ...
... ordeal. Needless to say, I didn't sleep very well. The next morning it was raining - again - and I asked if I could have the cabin for another night. I knew the trail was going to be rough and really didn't see myself making it the 8.5 miles over the 'Devil's Stairway'. They were full. I would have to go on. It was only 8.5 miles, after all. I had done more. I got a little confused leaving town. This would be a recurring theme, the Ways aren't marked well in the towns ...