Old Fruitmarket & City Halls
Prepare to be caught under the spell of the Old Fruitmarket & City Halls as soon as you walk through its doors. Hidden from view in the city's cultural Merchant City these two adjoining spaces combine to make an ideal venue for a variety of events from concerts and exhibitions to receptions and award ceremonies.
The Butterfly and The Pig
Situated in the heart of Glasgow City Centre, we have restored an old Georgian townhouse to create multiple venues with their own unique style.
Scottish Event Campus
Scottish Event Campus is the UK's largest integrated conference and exhibition centre.
Are you tired of dining in yet another corporate function suite? Looking for a location that is totally original?
Magnificent Pollok House is an elegant stately home set in 340 acres of rolling parkland, just 3 miles from Glasgow’s city centre. With an outstanding collection of art including Goya, Blake, Murillo and the world-renowned Lady in Fur Wrap by El Greco, this spectacular venue was designed for corporate entertaining.
200 St Vincent Street is a dynamic concept in conference and business facilities located in the heart of Glasgow’s bustling commercial Centre.
Formerly a Greek Orthodox Church in the centre of Glasgow, Malmaison is a daringly different hotel.
Novotel Hotel Glasgow
Novotel Glasgow Centre is a stylish hotel conveniently located in the business district of Glasgow City Centre. Being within easy reach of the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Buchanan Galleries and the Kings Theatre the hotel is an excellent base for exploring the city.
Premier Inn Buchanan Galleries
Situated in the heart of Glasgow City Centre, the recently opened Premier Inn, Buchanan Galleries is the perfect accommodation choice for both business and leisure guests.
Grand Central Hotel
Grand Central Hotel is a much-loved icon in the city, having undergone a £20 million refurbishment the hotel has been transformed into one of Glasgow's most superior, conference, banqueting venues.
Scotland Street School Museum
This is a fine, yet little known, example of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's architecture. Here you are able to see his clean lines, rose embellishments and positive use of space.