Hilton (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:1 William Street Glasgow G3 8HT Scotland. General price range: GBP 100 - 190 Tel: 44-141-2045555 Fax: 44-141-20450 ... more
Newest Review: ... a beautiful view, especially in the morning as the sun came up which is something that sticks with me from our stay. The location of the hotel is perfect with public transport links simple to reach and very close by (Charing Cross or Anderston train station are both within a couple of minutes and bus routes run all around the local area so catching a bus here is very easy) and also the likes ... more
Customer Hilton (Glasgow) Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/10/11 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Living about an hour away from Glasgow city centre by bus I sometimes like to take my wife up to the city centre for a special night out with a meal and stay in hotel (this meaning we can go shopping the next day or jump on a train direct to Edinburgh and get a lot earlier start) so when I got offered the chance to stay in the Hilton I could not wait as I was sure this would simply be an amazing hotel to stay in. The hotel itself: Upon arrival the hotel is impressive with a nice big taxi rank outside where there always seem to be at least a couple of taxis and a welcoming reception area when you enter into the hotel itself. The staff were very friendly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I love the Glasgow Hilton :) I have stayed hear twice now with my boyfriend, just because we have managed to get good deals! I allready stay in Glasgow so for me it's very easy to get to, just a train to central station and its about a 15min walk from there. We have managed to get deals for £50 last year and in January 2010 we paid £69 (both prices for B&B Queen size room). The staff are friendly and polite, you are greeted at the door and shown to reception. The first time I stayed i was't too impressed with the room, we asked for smoking and the room was very old fashioned and not too clean so the 2nd time we came we asked for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/03, updated on 23/08/03 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Apologies, again, for the lack of capitalization in the first few paragraphs! The DooYoo bug strikes again! From Glasgow International Airport, the M8 Motorway wends its way towards Edinburgh or Stirling but by about junction 19, roadworks slow you down to a snail's pace as you cross the bridge over the river Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland's second city, and as it happens, that wasn't an entirely bad thing for once. We'd booked two nights at the Glasgow Hilton and this 20-storey monolith is situated right by the aforementioned roadworks and junction. We saw it coming. We were impressed. We found our way there with ease. We parked in the upper floor ... Read the complete review
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