First, it was advertised as close to SEEC but in reality it is not close. If you want to be at SEEC by 8:00-8:30am which is what you need if you are exhibiting, forget about the breakfast at the hotel. You simly won't make it in time. If you really must have breakfast, then take a taxi to SEEC. I took a black cab and paid £10 for one way. That shows how close it is!!
Then, the computer. There was a common computer upstairs for general use. It has an internet connection. I used it to check my email. While I was online logging into my email, to my great horror, I saw my cursor moving without being touched by me. My account was taken over by another person in remote. I logged out asap to escape from being stolen all my account details. I run down the stairs to see who was doing this from somewhere in the hotel and I saw a person in the hotel reception suddenly rushing into the room behind the reception. Obviously, that person realised that I had noticed. I strongly suspected that the person from the hotel had been hecking the computer upstairs. As it was, after a few days I started getting junk mails on my email. I am getting hundreds and they are swamping my account.
I will never ever stay in this hotel, obviously and I do not recommend anyone to say in this hotel. Even if you must stay in this hotel please do stay away from the computer. It is not safe!!
- Also Known As:
- Belgrave Hotel Glasgow
- Belgrave Hotel Glasgow, Scotland
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A friendly, family run hotel in the heart of Glasgow's West End. All rooms are en-suite with free Wi-Fi and a computer in each room for you to research the best places to visit in Glasgow! ... more less
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