Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow

Address: 301 Argyle Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G2 8DL, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 301 Argyle Street, Glasgow, is near The Lighthouse, King Tut's Wah-Wah Hut, St. Enoch Travel Centre, and Egyptian Halls.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsBrekkeseter Hovringen

          Reviewed by cluttercat

          York England stayed 2 nights

          Reviewed Sep 15, 2013
          by (6 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          See description. Nice place, great breakfast

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by m_rosas91

          Radisson Blu - Glasgow

          Reviewed May 25, 2013
          by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Great hotel - great decor, friendly staff, and very clean!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Historical Traveler Reviews Brekkeseter Hovringen

          Fresh Modern Hotel

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          I must take exception with the negative Review by the person from Perth, noting that all the Reviews from people outside Scotland are exceptionally positive. I work opposite the Radisson SAS. This area is by Central Station and can get lively at night, but the best thing to do is have a few drinks and join in with the locals! The Wetherspoons pub opposite is very cheap, popular with office workers and comfortable. The 'Horseshoe' Bar the other side of Central Station is famous for its long bar and there are signed Albums by local Bands. A block away from the Hotel, much investment is taking place in new Offices and Apartments. PS Just to warn the prudes, the Waterloo pub opposite has a large gay following, and the streets to the north of here house the red light area but this is well policed. If you're staying a while, the little riverbus stops nearby on the broomielaw and takes you to the new shopping mall at Braehead with a commentary on the River Clyde. In summer the paddleship Waverley starts from a few blocks away and cruises up the Clyde, not to be missed. Hope you have a great time here.

          Wonderful hotel in the heart of glasgow

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          I have just spent 4 days at this wonderful hotel in the heart of Glasgow. The Hotel rooms were excellently furnished and the staff were only too pleased to help. The Health Suite was easily accessible and very clean with ever helpful staff.The Breakfasts were excellent value for money and I have no hesitation in reccomending this top quality hotel.

          SAS - Such A Shame

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          For a start, Glasgow has shaken off it's old image, but unfortunately the new hotel is in a "Dodge City" area of Glasgow. We got a good deal, but the hidden cost was that we did not wish to venture out after dark - so ate terrible, overpriced food in a brightly lit, canteen environment called Collage. Not impressed at all - like something a bit more reflecting the town I stay in, than the hotel chain.

          Loved everything about this hotel.

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          Fantastic, start to finish. We didn't get around to using the health club, but we looked around it and it was great. The staff was wonderful, the room was gorgeous (we had metro, or modern, forget what it was called) and the location was perfect. I know where I'm staying if I'm ever in Glasgow again.

          Super hotel, super staff

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          Decided to stay at the Radisson for a leisure break to Glasgow after checking out existing web reviews. They are all spot on. The hotel, while new, had a tremendous feel to it which made it very easy to relax. This was helped no end by the staff. Without exception, they were cheerful and helpful. I'd have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.

          My favorite hotel over 3 week European trip

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          I was very pleasantly surprised by the Radisson in Glasgow. I never knew Radisson had hotels like this. Beautiful, modern, spacious, comfy beds. I just loved the look of the whole place. And they didn't skimp on the rooms either. I loved the decor, the bathroom was so nice I wanted to take a picture. We got a great deal on the rate too. The breakfast buffet was a bit pricey, but it was very good and if you want a lot of food you'll want to eat there. The location was pretty good.

          We only had to walk a couple of blocks to get to the shopping district and lots of restaurants, although the Radisson appears to have a very nice restaurant of its own. All in all I loved it, and I would definitely go back to Glasgow just to stay at the Radisson.

          Old style Glasgow welcome, new Glasgow style hotel

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          I was here for a conference in June and intend coming back for a weekend break this Autumn. I thought the hotel was beautiful, clean, airy; staff willing, friendly and efficient; food excellent. Even the minibar had nice unusual things in it and unexpectedly reasonable prices. Also loved the funky shampoo, soap etc. At our conference, staff kept the bottled water coming and everywhere was lavishly supplied with pens, paper and (happy days!) wrapped chocolates. There wasn't anything I didn't like about the hotel and look forward to going back with my partner.

          Modern stylish and good breakfast!!!!!!!

          from

          check in was very polite and quick. took a twin room which was big enough to share without being too intimate. the mini-bar surprisingly reasonable if you needed it. rooms very very clean and comfortable and good bathroom products which were replaced every day. the style of the hotel is very modern with a great lobby and bar area which is good for post evening drinks. . . and the breakfasts are very good quality with lots of fresh fruit in a good surrounding. staff very polite and helpful throughout. have booked to go back next month and would recommend it over other hilton-type hotels

          Fabbo!

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          Managed to stay at the Radisson Glasgow while in the UK. Fantastic, beautiful room, and very friendly staff. Excellent position in the city. Would definately recommend this hotel.

          Radisson SAS - perfect

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          Radisson Glasgow opened in November 2002. I found it to be excellent. Rooms were spacious and very comfortable. Meals were also very good - especially the breakfast.

          Staff very helpful also.

          Hotel is in the middle of Glasgow's shopping area and beside the Central Railway Station.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Brekkeseter Hovringen

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

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