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Glasgow's Exciting Hotel Developments
Guest blog post by Lisa Kerr
PwC's latest Hotels Forecast shows Glasgow's hotel sector is growing faster than any other UK city - so it's certainly an exciting time to be working in the tourism and hospitality sector!
For almost 20 years I have been looking after accommodation for conferences, events and media for Glasgow Convention Bureau. In that time I have watched the city develop and with that the number and range of hotels grow too.
Since Glasgow hosted the Commonwealth Games in 2014, we have seen around 15 new hotels open in the city and have another 12 new hotels due to open by 2020.
Each of these offer something different but check out some of the latest additions which really stand out:
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.
Opening November 2018, Moxy Hotel Merchant City Glasgow is only the second in Scotland.
This hotel is based around fun, offering a complimentary cocktail on check in and lots of games including a football table in the public areas.
All 181 rooms offer contemporary chic surroundings with a real focus on technology – ideal for the modern traveller.
This is just a small selection of the hotels Glasgow has to offer.
From 2019 onwards, we will see brands such as Maldron, Clayton and Meininger building in the city centre as well as a second Moxy Hotel and Courtyard by Marriott open new additions at the SEC Campus.
Collectively, these openings will have a hugely positive economic impact on Glasgow. As well as creating jobs, it will help us to strengthen our reputation as a major conference and events city by allowing us to attract larger conventions while simultaneously running a number of major events throughout the year.