Jurys Inn Glasgow
Jurys Inn Glasgow, the largest hotel in Scotland, is situated adjacent to Central Station and within five minutes of Queen Street Station.
Situated in the heart of it all in Glasgow’s city centre and Theatre District, near the SEC, citizenM Glasgow offers affordable luxury in the form of 198 modern non-smoking rooms in Scotland’s largest city
From Celtic Ceilidhs to new musical talents, corporate banquets to weddings, Òran Mór is a hive of cultural activity. Situated on the corner of Byres Road and Great Western Road, opposite the Botanic Gardens, we are in the Heart of the West End.
Awe inspiring to people of all ages, with prams, trains, trams, buses and bicycles, this collection transports you on a journey that is both historic and personal.
Formerly a Greek Orthodox Church in the centre of Glasgow, Malmaison is a daringly different hotel.
The Studio Venue
Situated less than one minute from the platforms at Glasgow Central Station, The Studio Glasgow features 6 vibrant event spaces accommodating from 2 to 250 guests, with all the facilities you need to meet, train and entertain.
Drygate is the UK’s first experiential craft brewery, restaurant, bar and event space.
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.
Metropolitan Cocktail Bar & Restaurant
Set in the historic Merchant Square, site of the famous Victorian Candleriggs market, Metropolitan dominates a covered courtyard with two balconies and a ground floor terrace area.
voco® Grand Central
Relive the golden age of travel at voco® Grand Central - Glasgow, an enduring monument to Victorian glamour in an unbeatable central location.
An integral part of the city’s history, the Evening Citizen was a daily newspaper in the city for over a century. Today, the old offices and print rooms of the newspaper are home to a true taste of Glasgow.