Crowne Plaza Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:Address: Congress Rd / Glasgow / G3 8QT / Scotland / A modern and stylish hotel overlooking the River Clyde.
Newest Review: ... area, great for people watching! There are a variety of seating options from soft booth style seating, to bar stools and tables, and just outwith the direct bar area are some soft sofas where you can enjoy a drink but can't eat! The food menu offered an excellent selection at fairly reasonable prices. We ordered a club sandwich with french fries, and a cheeseburger with french fries and a ... more
Customer Crowne Plaza Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/09/09, updated on 25/09/09 (Useful, 207 readings)
I have stayed in this hotel before it changed its name - it was previously known as the Millenium hotel and has now changed hands. The interior doesn't appear to have changed much and therefore I assume the overnight experience is relatively unchanged and therefore overall good. Although I haven't stayed overnight at the Crowne Plaza since its name change, we recently visited there after a show at the Armadillo. We booked a table for food at the bar which is in the centre of the reception area, great for people watching! There are a variety of seating options from soft booth style seating, to bar stools and tables, and just outwith the direct bar area are some soft . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I stay at the Crown Plaza Glasgow on a regular basis - at last twice a month for a couple of nights at a time, so I thought I would share my experiences. The hotel is situated beside the SECC, this means that it is only 15minutes from Glasgow airport (£19 in a taxi usually), 5minutes from the train station and 5minutes from the city centre. It has a covered walkway connecting to the SECC so is perfect fir concerts etc. It also has a lovely view of the river out the front. It also has a panoramic lift offering fantastic views over the river and the city - right up to the 16th floor! A little known fact about the hotel is that it is part of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 167 readings)
****Crowne Plaza Glasgow **** On a recent trip to Glasgow i decided to stay at the Crowne Plaza because i had heard good things about it and i wanted something near the SECC. **Directions/getting there** When i got there i didn't really feel like walking as it was raining so i got a taxi from the train station which cost approximately £6.If you were walking from the station,walk down suchiehall street until you get to the bridge over the motorway and turn left where you will see quite a few hotels including premier inn and marriot. **The building** The building is quite nice,as are a few of the others in the area. It is a glass ... Read the complete review
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