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Whether you are looking for something sumptuously historic or a bit of modern luxury, you are sure to find the perfect place to stay right in the heart of Glasgow. 

Radisson Red

Radisson Red is the newest addition to the SEC campus and is the first of its kind in the UK.  It's a cool, quirky hotel located in the hippest part of town, Finnieston. 

No other hotel in the city has a unique colour-changing frontage and a partially open roof top bar with views of Glasgow...not to mention a very cute hotel dog named Baxter!  

Dakota Deluxe 

Dakota is a bit of a hidden gem.  It’s an intriguing dark black building on the outside and once you walk through the doors you are met with unassuming luxury with a very trendy laid back vibe throughout. 

The hotel boasts a Champagne room for special occasions and delicious food in the hotel restaurant.

Blythswood Hotel 

Blythswood Square has been a prestigious address since the early 19th century. Overlooking a private garden square, the hotel's Georgian townhouses were originally home to wealthy merchants and were later turned into the headquarters for The Royal Scottish Automobile Club.

Today, Blythswood Square Hotel is one of Glasgow’s most luxurious hotels, and is the only one with an AA five-star accreditation.  Rejuvenate in its luxury spa which offers a range of holistic face and body treatments, crystal steam room, thermal suite, relaxation pools and lounge area. 

One Devonshire Gardens 

One of Scotland's most iconic and best loved hotels has recently undergone a renovation led by interior designer, Anita Rosato.  Inspired by the flora and fauna of the nearby botanical gardens, as well as Hotel du Vin’s long-standing association with excellent wines and champagnes, the guest rooms boast fresh colour schemes, accented by rich, seasonal colour features to add brightness and vibrancy. With the hotel’s heritage in mind, the original fireplaces, original ornate cornices and mouldings, along with the magnificent windows, have all been preserved and worked into the overall design.

The hotel is set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in the fashionable West End, just 30 minutes from Loch Lomond.

Anchor Line Apartments (Native Glasgow) 

Found in an Edwardian building formerly home to the Anchor Line Shipping Company’s headquarters, this gorgeous Glasgow city centre aparthotel draws on the opulence of a 1920s ocean liner. With original 1906 features kept intact, you’ll find glazed tiles, terrazzo flooring, timber wall-panelling, fireplaces and even the original safes.

Located above the stunning Anchor Line restaurant where you will be served breakfast and on the doorstep of George Square, you couldn't be more central.  

CitizenM 

Located in Glasgow's City Centre, the citizenM is filled with affordable luxuries.  Enjoy free movies, high pressure rain showers with bespoke amenities, and a luxurious XL king-size bed you’ll want to fall into and never leave. Relax in the contemporary Vitra lobby designed like a modern living room with free iMac access for your business or social networking needs, and a 24/7 on-site eatery and bar to quench your every hunger and thirst. 

Malmaison

This boutique hotel was formerly a Greek Orthodox Church and is situated right in the heart of the city.  In the vaulted basement you'll find the Chez Mal restaurant which serves up seasonal Scottish produce with a French brassiere twist.  Make sure you grab a cocktail from their expert mixologists too!

Grand Central Hotel 

One of the city's most prestigious buildings, the hotel has welcomed many famous guests including Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill, throughout the years. It is located in the heart of Glasgow and has recently undergone a £20 million refurbishment.  Its Champagne bar overlooks Central Station and evokes the golden age of travel. Vintage Champagne is served in coupes, and bottles chilled in elegant vintage ice buckets.

Radisson Blu 

Opened in 2003 and designed by pioneering Glasgow-based architects Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is a striking building, known for its sculptural copper wall that runs down Argyle Street. 

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