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About Glasgow

How can I find hotels in Glasgow?

Dynamic, friendly, exciting and ever-changing, Glasgow is a city forever on the move. This vibrant Scottish city is packed with things to do, with plenty of museums, entertainment, leisure facilities, superb shopping and great food. See the mural trail, visit Kelvingrove museum or enjoy the quirky and bohemian vibe of the West End. Many of the city's exhibits are also free, making it a perfect spot for an affordable weekend away or short break. When you're looking for a hotel in Glasgow, there are also many options for across the spectrum. Stay in large, big-name 4-star hotels in the city centre, choose more affordable travel hotels around the main transport hubs or treat yourself to one of the many boutique, spa or independent traveller accommodations dotted around the city and its surrounding neighbourhoods. It couldn't be easier to book a hotel with eDreams. Just use the powerful filters on the website to add the details of your trip - including preferred travel dates and your group - and the search engine will instantly search the internet for the best hotel deals and most enticing offers. See all Glasgow hotels that meet your criteria, peruse photos, read detailed descriptions and see what other visitors thought. When you've picked your favourite, simply book online and then manage your reservation within your private eDreams customer account. 

What must I see in Glasgow?

Whether you're staying for the weekend or for a longer break, be prepared to get your walking shoes on and explore the delights of this energetic city for yourself. You can also use the convenient Glasgow Subway or hop onto a sightseeing bus with a weekend ticket to travel as much as you wish. Start at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which is entirely free and packed with 8,000 fascinating exhibits, and then take a wander around Kelvingrove Park just next door. For refreshments, walk down bohemian Byres Road which is packed with independent cafes, restaurants and bars. Learn about transport and admire the striking architecture of the Riverside Museum before heading into the city centre for some retail therapy. If you fancy natural greenery, there are a whopping 90 parks in Glasgow to explore, and the eerie Necropolis is a popular if ghoulish visitor attraction too. Take in a football match at Celtic Park, stroll along The Clyde and enjoy one of the many whisky tasting experiences and live music venues in the city as the sun goes down. Glasgow parties until the small hours, and you'll find legendary nightclubs at Merchant City, Argyle Street, Sauchiehall Street and the West End.

Where should I stay in Glasgow?

When looking for a hotel in Glasgow, there is accommodation across the city. The city centre itself is an obvious choice if you want retail, dining and nightlife to be in easy walking distance, and there are hotels dotted all around the central streets and train station. The West End is a great spot for trendy hotels and stylish venues with plenty of upscale options. Finnieston is one of Britain's hippest locations and filled with trendy venues and small, boutique hotels. As well as these three tourist accommodation hotspots, you'll find plenty of hotels in districts such as Scotstoun, Shawlands and Hillhead. Just be sure to book your cheap hotels in advance to get the best prices and to secure your rooms, especially if you are planning to visit at peak season or when there is a large event on in the city. Sign up for eDreams alerts to get all of the latest promotions and deals as they go live.

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Hôtels à Glasgow