Crowne Plaza Glasgow
Crowne Plaza Glasgow is an ideal place to host the most sophisticated of events. Situated on the banks of the River Clyde.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Concert Hall is a multi-purpose venue, presenting a varied programme of music and cultural events as well as hosting exhibitions, conferences and meetings.
The discreet elegance of the castle together with its breath-taking location makes Crossbasket Castle a perfect retreat for business meetings, presentations and corporate entertaining. Only a short drive from Glasgow, Crossbasket Castle provides a beautiful rural setting for conferences, gala dinners for up to 250 guests and corporate away days. We provide flexible, elegant spaces that can be set up to suit your particular requirements.
The hotel is ideally located in the heart of the IFSD (International Financial Services District) and just a few minutes’ walk from the vibrant city shopping area, with many bars and restaurants also located nearby.
Native Apartments Glasgow
Located in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre and moments from George Square, you’ll find the historic Art Deco Anchor Line building is home to 64 Native apartments, packed with original features.
Proud host venue of Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony Celtic Park is now recognised as one of Europe’s top stadia and premier event venues.
Courtyard By Marriott
The new state-of-the-art lobby at Courtyard by Marriott provides greater flexibility and choices for guests. At the centre of it all is The Bistro, your destination for a great breakfast, or drinks and dinner during the evening.
Mackintosh at The Willow
This integral part of Glasgow’s history is a must see for any food lover or architecture fan looking for the ultimate Charles Rennie Mackintosh experience.
29 at Royal Exchange Square is an unique variety of restaurants, bars and meeting rooms with stunning views over the city centre and Gallery of Modern Art.
The Hill House is considered to be Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece.