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Booked an overnight stay at The Grand Central as a surprise for my husband's 60th birthday. Check in was quick and easy the reception staff could not have been nicer, we were given vouchers for 2 glasses of champagne in the Champagne Central as we...More
Checked in for a one night stay before going to a concert and I must admit I was initially very disappointed with my room. Having booked a superior room and being a ph rewards member I had expected something with a bit more wow factor....More
I’d really recommend the Grand Central if you’re visiting Glasgow. The location couldn’t be better for shopping, food and drinks. As the name suggests, it’s central to Glasgow City and the staff are fantastic! So polite and helpful! The room was gorgeous, spacious and spotlessly...More
Such a well known hotel has all you would expect. Good location for city centre, all amenities required except car park. Rooms clean & suite was very spacious tho layout a little strange. But what makes a hotel great is it's staff and staff here...More
I have stayed here before and chose this hotel for it's convenience, as I had in the past for being literally part of Glasgow Central station. I was arriving mid evening with an 07.00 start next day so it was ideal. I was please to...More
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I don't think it does; it's a city centre hotel and I know that doesn't preclude fitness rooms but the hotel offers other charms! There is bound to be gyms nearby and I suspect the hotel may have reciprocal arrangements. I... More
I don't think it does; it's a city centre hotel and I know that doesn't preclude fitness rooms but the hotel offers other charms! There is bound to be gyms nearby and I suspect the hotel may have reciprocal arrangements. I suggest an email to the hotel directly asking that question. If you're a runner, and don't mind pounding the pavements, you are in an ideal location to see some fabulous Glasgow architecture as you run!