Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens

Address: 1 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow, Scotland, G12 0UX, United Kingdom | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Jordanhill area of Glasgow, is near Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace, House for an Art Lover, The Mackintosh House, and City Hall.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

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          • Room service
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens Glasgow

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Glasgow

          Scotland 5th - 9th

          A travel blog entry by dial on Aug 05, 2015

          1 comment, 49 photos

          5th. Caught the train into Glasgow it reminded us of home we were to catch the 9.55am train but it was cancelled due to lack of staff so had to wait for the 10.25am. Took a tour on the HoHo bus in Glasgow. Got off the second time round at the oldest house in Glasgow but went into the Glasgow Cathedral first. You should see the size of this place it is enormous. Not only on the ground floor but it has a basement just as big really worth the visit ...

          The Glasgow Experience

          A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 16, 2015

          12 photos

          Well, when it's cold and nasty out...might as well wander gothic graveyards! Thus, our introduction to Glasgow was the creepily ostentatious Necropolis; a hilltop testament to the narcissism of 18th and 19th century Glaswegians. Thousands of gravestones adorn the hillside ranging from relatively standard churchyard fare to 40 foot tall statues and Egyptian/greek/roman themed crypts. We stumbled upon a few well known names but William Miller of Wee Willy Winky fame (don't ...

          My dad jumps an old Glaswegian

          A travel blog entry by emily.picardi on Apr 14, 2015

          3 photos

          ... before quickly leaving the area. Once I realized that the poor man had not, in fact, suffered a heart attack I died with laughter. Like, pee your pants laughter. Just an amazing moment in our family history, which I'm sure will provide laughs for years to come.

          Back in the big hotel room and ready to go to bed, but I'm still giggling. Tomorrow we leave Scotland and go back to London- my parents are nearing the end of their trip. Stay tuned, friends.
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          Iona via Glasgow to Cumbria

          A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Sep 21, 2013

          15 photos

          ... in the world - they have their own characteristics and uniqueness, but it's the smaller places that have character and characters. The countryside has been beautiful, and whilst the accents are strange, and sometimes a little hard to understand, the people we have come into contact with have been friendly and on the whole, engaging. Now back in England having stopped in Carlisle in the middle of ...

          Wee lil trip tuh scooootlund

          A travel blog entry by lisakatemclean on Oct 24, 2012

          ... deeply tarnished in a place called Glen Co by something that happened nearly 500 years ago! It all started in the early 17th century when, putting it simply, a Campbell betrayed the clan McDonnell to the English and slaughtered a bunch of their clan. It is known as the Glen Co massacre. It's still a touchy subject even today. This was proven when, a couple years a back, a man from New Zealand named John Campbell tried to stay ...