The Devonshire Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:5 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow, G12 0UX. Tel: 0141 339 7878.
Newest Review: ... To get to our room we climbed a majestic central staircase which had been painstakingly restored to the carved glory of a bygone era, past a charming conservetory on the half landing which is highlighted by original stained glass windows.. The lighting is subdued and the walls adorned with countless original paintings. There are only 14 bedrooms, each named after a Scottish mountain and ... more
Customer The Devonshire Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/06/01, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
With past guests including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Bryan Adams, I thought that The Royal Devonshire Hotel in Glasgow would be big, brash and very expensive. It wasn't. The hotel stands on the corner of an imposing tree-lined Victorian terrace set in the west end of Glasgow. We spent a night there on our way to the Scottish Highlands. On arrival we checked in at a small reception area in the foyer of the hotel. We were greeted by exceptionally friendly and helpful staff who carried our cases up two flights of stairs. (There are no lifts) To get to our room we climbed a majestic central staircase which had been painstakingly restored to the ... Read the complete review
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