Premier Inn (Glasgow City Centre) Reviews
Description:Address: 187 George Street / Glasgow / G1 1YU / Scotland / Situated in the heart of Glasgow's cosmopolitan city centre.
Newest Review: ... or less be over at that time and it had crossed my mind that it might be slow going in a taxi but in our panic we hailed a cab anyway. Usually it would take ten minutes on foot and two minutes by taxi. I don't know whether this building has always been a hotel, it does rather have a look of a former office block. It's in the Merchants' Area of the city, not quite on George Square, but that ... more
Customer Premier Inn (Glasgow City Centre) Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/08/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
NOTE - although Dooyoo describe this room as Glasgow Central, there are now so many branches of Premier Inn in the city that Premier Inn call it Premier Inn George Square Expecting to spend only approximately five hours in a hotel room in Glasgow, it is understandable (as least I think it should be) that I did not want to spend a great deal of money on a room. We were travelling up from Newcastle to watch our beloved NK Maribor beat Rangers in the knock out round of the Europa Cup and needed to be close to the central station to pick up an early train back to Geordieland the next morning, and within easy reach of an underground station to get to Ibrox and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I stayed at this hotel a few weeks ago with my girlfriend as we were through in Glasgow attending a concert at the SECC. I found the location of the hotel to be excellent both in terms of how close it was to the SECC (5 min drive or 30 min walk) and also how close it is to the main shopping streets of Glasgow which were only a 5 minute walk away. In terms of the hotel itself the room was lovely for the price we paid. It was a nice size with modern decor and huge bed. The room also had a stylish plasma screen TV which was a nice touch. The bathroom was also a decent size and very modern. One of the best parts of my stay at this particular Premier Inn was the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Premier Inn promotes themself as a budget chain of hotels. They struggle to compete with my personal favourite chain, Travelodge, but are they any good? Over the last year I have visited the Premier Inn Glasgow City Centre, on a number of occasions as friends and family have stayed there. *Location* Located just off George Square you can't really get a much more central location. Within 5 minutes walk of the city's 2 main train stations, bus station and the heart of the shopping district you will certainly find lots to do here. *Bar/Restaurant* Past the hotel reception is a medium sized bar/restaurant where the ... Read the complete review
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