- 3 star metro hotel with the
Scottish Tourist Board.
- Stylish & Modern Dining Room.
- Free WI-FI Internet Access.
- Situated adjacent to Kelvingrove
Park in the city’s cosmopolitan
- Close to Kelvingrove Art Gallery
- 15 mins walk from the Glasgow
- 20 minutes walk from Glasgow
All attractions are easily accessible by bus or walking distance from just outside the hotel.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Argyll Street, G3 8AG
Scotland’s most popular attraction. Built in 1901 this impressive building houses spectacular art and history and is approximately a 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel. The building was recently restored and on display are 8000 objects over 3 floors. There is a gallery dedicated to Charles Rennie MackIntosh of Glasgow. Entry to the museum is free of charge.
The Stand Comedy Club 333 Woodlands Rd, Glasgow, G3 6NG
Glasgow’s first built for purpose comedy club offering audiences a superb array of international and Scottish comedians with great value tickets from as little as three pounds. Only a short walk from the Kelvingrove Hotel. 10 minutes aprroximately.
Glasgow Science Centre 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1EA. GSC
Breathes science and technology into life through a multitude of interactive exhibits in the Science Mall and the unique experiences of the GSC IMAX® Theatre and the Glasgow Tower. Mitchell Library North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN www.mitchelllibrary.org Within walking distance to the Kelvingrove Hotel is a superb building that hosts shows, exhibitions and is the largest public reference library in Europe.
The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour 100 Stobcross Road, Glasgow, G3 8QQ.
One of only five tall ships' to be built on the River Clyde and is the last one based here and the only one left in the UK. Visiting The Tall Ship offers an interesting insight into what it may have been like to live back then. The ship has had 30,000 visitors since it's opening in 1999.
Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery Gilbert Scott Building, University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ.
The Hunterian Gallery houses the University of Glasgow's art collection making it dual purpose for both study and pleasure. Boasting a wide range of exhibitions it receives lottery funding to provide its education programme.
Botanic Gardens 730 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 OUE
Best entered at the junction of Great Western Road and Byres Road. From the roadside you can see the impressive glass houses surrounded by the beautiful gardens.
Glasgow SECC Exhibition Way Glasgow, G3 8YW.
The SECC is a landmark architectural triumph which plays hosts to music concerts from both national and international acts, exhibitions - there’s always something to suit everyone, sporting, dance and public events and professional conferences. Part of the SECC is The Clyde Auditorium referred to in Glasgow as the “the Armadillo” and is Glasgow’s most iconic building. It’s only a 15 minute walk from the hotel and accessible by train, bus and taxi.