St. Enoch Hotel

44 Howard St., St. Enoch Square, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 4EE, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the City Centre area of Glasgow, is near Cawdor Castle, Dunrobin Castle and Gardens, The Lighthouse, and West Highland Way.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSt. Enoch Hotel Glasgow

    Reviewed by onceuponatrip

    Bom custo beneficio

    Reviewed Dec 30, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Belo Horizonte , Brazil Flag of Brazil

    Estavamos em um grupo de 6 pessoas. No entanto, alugamos um quarto para quatro pessoas e outro para o casal que estava conosco. O quarto era pequeno, possuia duas beliches, tinha um pequeno banheiro e uma televisao. Deitei em uma das camas de baixo e tinha um aquecedor de parede colado nas minhas costas. Ao mesmo tempo que era bom para me aquecer, era perigoso me queimar. Tivemos diariamente um cafe da manha deixado no quarto a moda antiga. Acordavamos e haviam sacos de papel com sucos, leite, cereal e biscoitos colocado ao pe da porta. Nao tinha cozinha nem restaurante no albergue, mas tinha um restaurante turco ao lado, com um senhor super simpatico e que nos ganhou com sua simplicidade e educacao. Vale a pena experimentar a pizza que ele faz. O albergue e bem localizado, perto de tudo no centro de Glasgow. Apesar do tamanho e dos detalhes citados, tinha tudo que precisavamos e satisfazia nossa necessidade. Bom custo beneficio.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews St. Enoch Hotel Glasgow

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