The best luxury hotels in Glasgow can be found in every part of the city, including the Merchant City area, the West End, and in Glasgow City Centre. They include popular boutique chains such as Malmaison and Hotel du Vin, and established names such as Hilton and Millennium.
The Brasserie at Malmaison in Glasgow
Hilton Glasgow Hotel
1 William Street, Glasgow City Centre
The Hilton is typically large with 331 rooms and will appeal to guests who like the choice of three restaurants, including Cameron's serving the finest Scottish cuisine. There are also all the many onsite amenities including 15-metre heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and Jacuzzi, health centre with personal trainer, business centre, and executive lounge.
Hotel du Vin
1 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow West End
Previously known by its address, One Devonshire Gardens, the Hotel du Vin is a luxury boutique hotel with 49 bedrooms and suites. It has a fitness centre and massage facilities, an acclaimed bistro restaurant and bar, and free wifi wireless internet access. The Hotel du Vin is housed in some fine historic buildings, constructed in 1880.
278 West George Street, Glasgow City Centre
Malmaison hotels caused a style revolution when they burst on the British scene several years ago, with their designer boutique chic, and the Malmaison in Glasgow (right) is no exception. It is set in an early 19th-century former church, and although it's been open for 15 years it remains one of the coolest places to stay in the city. It has its own brasserie, bar, swimming pool and Gymtonic gym.
Millennium Hotel Glasgow
George Square, Merchant City
The building may be a handsome Victorian one but the amenities inside the Millennium are as up-to-date as can be after a recent multi-million modernisation. Its main restaurant, the Brasserie on George Square, is one of the most popular eating places in the city for guests and non-guests alike, while other facilities include the Millennium Lounge café and bar, a business centre and the Soul Therapies Health and Beauty Room.
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