I stayed here for a girls trip to Glasgow and was very impressed with the hotel.
It is centrally located, about a 5 min walk max to Glasgow Central station and 10 mins to the mai shopping areas.
The check in for the party was quick and efficient however my room wasn't ready for about 45 mins after eveyone elses. This was not a problem but it would of been nice if me and my room mate had been offered a complimentary drink whilst we waited.
Once in the room, we were on the 2nd floor overlooking the rear and another building but it was lovely and quiet, we were not disappointed. There were 2 double beds, flat screen tv, which bizarrely was at the end of one bed not between them both!!, a mini bar with free soft drinks and crisps and a welcome chocolate card. There was an iron and ironing board in the cupboard and the hairdryer was a proper one that you plugged in and didn't have to hold the on button down all the time, when in use!! There were also great reading lights on the walls and a useful full length mirror. The bathroom was big with a great rain shower and free toiletries and lovely ambient lighting. The colour scheme was bright green and browns that worked really well. There is also an ipod docking station by the bed.
We used the bar at night after a night out and it was still fairly busy at 0130 in the morning. The bar is colourful and modern in bright pinks and greens. The girl on reception recommended an Indian restaurant which she booked for us "the Kama Sutra". It was very good especially the haggis pakoras. The girl who booked it was very helpful and polite.
We had breakfast included in our stay. It was a scottish, cooked breakfast, with cereals, cold meats, toast and tea/coffee and fresh juice. I personally prefer a hot buffet breakfast than cooked to order, but it was fine and plentiful when it arrived. The continental was buffet.
I am very picky when it comes to hotels but though there were a few small issues I had to score highly because the rooms were big, modern and clean with everything you need, the beds were comfy, the staff polite and helpful and the location excellent. The price was pretty good too!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Indigo Glasgow, is an exciting modernization and re-creation of a beautiful Victorian historic building right in the heart of the Glasgow financial services district. Refreshingly different, inspirational and intriguing, this inviting Glasgow hotel has 94 bedrooms with the ultimate business communication facilities and the latest luxury hotel room comforts. With Egyptian cotton linen, luxury toiletries and soft towels with invigorating rain fall showers, the bedrooms are a haven from the bustle of the day. ... more less
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- Hotel Indigo Glasgow Scotland