Express By Holiday Inn (Glasgow City-Riverside) Reviews
Description:Address: Stockwell Street / Glasgow / G1 4LW / Scotland / Just minutes from Glasgow central station.
Newest Review: ... we bought a couple and then an extra overnight one I think which goes from 5pm till 10 am . RECEPTION We then had to walk back from the car park with all our stuff and there was quite a lot because we had been self catering the week before. Usually we would have left it in the car but in a public car park we didn't feel it was wise. We had a good block to walk which was a real pain and in ... more
Customer Express By Holiday Inn (Glasgow City-Riverside) Reviews (4)
by - written on 01/04/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Holiday Inn Express Stockwell Street Glasgow, Scotland Last September we spent a few days In Glasgow exploring the city and particularly the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and we stayed in this hotel which we booked prior to arriving in the city. We particularly chose this hotel as it was pretty central to the places we wanted to visit and also said it had parking. Parking in a city centre hotel is pretty essential if you arrive by car as it can be very expensive to pay for car parking for a stay of a few days. PARKING AND ARRIVING We eventually found the hotel but there was no obvious place to park and not even a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/11 (Useful, 8 readings)
I stayed in this hotel for one night with a friend at the end of november 2011. We booked the room around 3 weeks in advance and it cost £65 including breakfast. The hotel is very central (just behind the st enoch centre) and cost us under a fiver to get a taxi from queen street station. The hotel itself is very clean and tidy, check in was quick and easy and the receptionist was very pleasant. The room was quite small and basic but it is what we expected. The room had a television, hair-drier, wardrobe, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. The bathroom was small but clean and had a toilet, sink and a very good shower in it. The beds were comfy and we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I was visiting Glasgow for a music event at Bellahouston Park and due to it finishing late I wanted a hotel to spend the night in. I didn't spend a great deal of time looking as it would only be for the one night, and after comparing Travelodge, Premier Inn and Holiday Inn Express I decided the latter would be my best option as it includes a free breakfast. I pre-booked the room on the Holiday Inn Express website, the room rate was £99 which is expensive; however it has a central location not too far away from the train station and of course included that breakfast. We walked to the hotel from Glasgow central train station and only took us about 10-15 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 68 readings)
This Glasgow hotel is situated about 5 minutes walk from Central Station in Stockwell Street, near to the River Clyde, but tucked away in a fairly quiet side street. This makes it an ideal location for a trip to the city. This was the purpose of my visit a few weeks ago when I went to visit my daughters. One of them stayed with me in this hotel as she is based in St Andrews and had travelled here to spend time with myself and my other daughter who is Glasgow based. You can book through many agents but the best way is to go to www.hiexpress.co.uk and to join their priority scheme, which will allow you to collect points towards future stays and to have priority ... Read the complete review
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