Marriott Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:Address: 500 Argyle Street Glasgow / G3 8RR Strathclyde
Newest Review: ... Central Station; the nearest tube is St Enoch’s which is 0.5 miles away. And I did spot under the M8 Bridge right next to the hotel a station called Anderston Station, I looked this up on the web and it is a rail station, just one stop down from Central Station, now that could be handy if you book this hotel and are travelling by train, no need to get a taxi or “lug” your bags up the road. ... more
Customer Marriott Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/09/06 (Very useful, 474 readings)
The Marriot Hotel, Glasgow. ¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤¤º°`°º¤ø,¸ ¸,ø I booked this hotel for a two night stay starting on the 18th of August 2006. We needed somewhere to stay as we were attending the Ciao Glasgow meet, which incidentally was absolutely brilliant. As we are rather fond of our local Marriot Hotel, we decided as a late Anniversary present, to treat ourselves to a visit to the Glasgow Marriot. We weren’t disappointed. We drove to Glasgow from Inverness, which took about 3 and a half hours and we had directions for the hotel from Maporama.com. The last direction was to take the Clydebank/S.E.C.C. Exit 19 off the M8 heading ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/04, updated on 31/07/04 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I occassionaly work in Glasgow City Centre so the Glasgow Marriott is ideally situated right bang in the middle of Glasgow and just off the M8 motorway. The hotel is typically a concreate and brick building so no prizes for the external looks. Inside the reception and bar areas are light and airy with a typical city hotel style. All the receptionists I have dealt with have been helpful and friendly and most are fluent in a number of foreign languages. The rooms in this hotel left a lot to be desired, they are very small and the bathroom ceiling very low. In saying that all have the usual ... Read the complete review
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