Holiday Inn Express (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:Glasgow City, Central Station, Stockwell Street, Glasgow, G1 4LT. Tel. 01415 485000 Fax. 01415 485048
Newest Review: ... with 2 under 5's and 2 non smoking adults. On the left handside is a vert clean and nicely decorated open plan restaurant. I glanced at the menu and it was quite posh and looked expensive. We'd had dinner and it was 7pm as we were checking in so wasn't a problem. The restaurant leads all the way up the left hand side and towards the top of the restaurant and opposite it is the reception desk. ... more
Customer Holiday Inn Express (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/11/04, updated on 06/01/05 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Recently we went to Salou on holiday and unfortunately we had to travel through to Glasgow for the flight rather than a 10 minute drive to Edinburgh. We realised that we needed to check in around 5am which would mean probably getting up at 3am, so we decided to book a hotel near the airport. Express by Holiday Inn seemed to be the best for families and at the same time allow us to have breakfast at 4am. The Hotel is easily seen from the M8 westbound and when you get to the roundabout rather than going to the airport take exit leading along towards the hotel. You go into a very busy car park and find a space. Then we unloaded the kids and all our lugagge and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/01, updated on 18/12/01 (Useful, 444 readings)
We've been to the Hiexpress Central several times and we won't go to another hotel when being in Glasgow (only when it would be fully-booked and then we would try the Hiexpress Theaterland. The hotel is extremely clean, has very friendly staff. There are double-rooms with a sofa bed (for another adult or two children) or twin-bed rooms. All rooms have private bathrooms with shower and WC. Tea/Coffee making facilities in the room, telephone and TV is standard. There is no restaurant, only a bar but no problem there is a microwave and dishes in the lobby so you can always make your meal and eat on your room. There is only home-delivery information available at ... Read the complete review
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