Holiday Inn Glasgow Hotel
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One of the Bestfrom A TripAdvisor Member
We had our dinner in the hotel restaurant on the 2nd night of our stay - the service was excellent & the food was fantastic !! (I had the Sea Bass & my wife had the Beef)
We are hoping to to go back to Glasgow again, nearer Christmas time & we will definately be returning to the Holiday Inn - my wife was also really impressed at how close it was to all the shops.
Rubbish hotelfrom Chris029
Very Poor Hotel, Never Againfrom A TripAdvisor Member
My wife and I stayed here for Friday and Saturday just gone (room 104 - Executive Room), and I will not be staying here again.
THE BAD POINTS
First complaint is noise. I can accept external noise (abit of 'bottle-bin' emptying in the morning), but when the noise is constant door banging from inside the hotel and downstairs, during the day at night it's gets infuriating.
Second is the noise and lack of reasonable functionality from the air conditioning. A constant whistling noise is enough to drive a man insane.
Third, Mini-bar key. Where and how to get access?? Say no more, others have covered this.
Fourth, Breakfast - not the usual quality I'd expect from a Holiday Inn.
Fifth, No room service during the night (noted - it was 12:00am, but this is a holiday Inn) and not even a sandwich.
Sixth is on leaving and raising noise issues, got a "we'll look into it". If they offered an apology or some reason for the noise, always helps restore some faith
THE GOOD POINTS
First, Receptionist (on Friday) went out of her way to find and book a Teppenyaki Resturant for me and party of 7. Great service and thanks!
Second, the Exec. room although small, was clean tidy and reasonably furnished. Let down over noise issues.
Although a priority club member, didn't seen to make too much difference. Travelling globally, and be an 'expereinced hotel lodger', from now on I'll be sticking with the Hilton or Sheraton (with only one exception - Holiday Inn, Edinburgh (Zoo)) which is a great position and meets the standard I expect from A Holiday Inn).
Was Okay, not a 4 star !!from lesta_boy
I would stay there again if I had a cheap rate and because of the location, otherwise no I would not.
Very poorfrom LondonIsis
The hotel is a very simple medium class hotel that has been given a fancy name but has neither the facilities nor the staff to live up to the ridiculous prices they charge.
I was fed up with the place and had breakfast across the road at Lang's (much nicer, bigger rooms, pleasant staff and the same price)
Staff are a big problem. Hostile receptionist ("No" was a stock answer to any request) No smiles, no "have a nice day" and not even a thank you when I paid the bill. Lucky she didn't ask if I had enjoyed my stay or I would have told her!
Another reviewer mentioned the problem with mini bar keys. That comment was made some months ago but the hotel still does not have keys! I had to ask three times for a key until I finally got one. What is their problem - don't they want to sell over-priced drinks?
The hotel is clearly living well on its brand name and the flow of customers this brings. It is a good example of a franchise gone wrong.
The physical problems of the hotel are one thing but even a half-decent management could improve matters a great deal by proper staff training in basic courtesy.
Try elsewherefrom andyboy6672
central locationfrom GrantsNorthumberland
Excellentfrom A TripAdvisor Member
will definately boko again - great value for money
t Botherfrom NICK1971
Good value, great locationfrom mrypg9
Our room was rather small and the TV didn't work very well, but an effort had been made to decorate in a kind of Charles Rennie Mackintosh style. We'll use it again as it is a 4* (just!) and we paid £144 for two nights (no breakfast). Good value.
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Other names for Holiday Inn Glasgow Hotel
- holiday inn glasgow
- glasgow holiday inn
- Address: 161 West Nile St. - Glasgow - Scotland - G1 2RL - United Kingdom
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