Glasgow: One Night Stay For Two With Three-Course Meal for £65 at The Award-Winning easyHotel Glasgow
- The Scottish Hotel Awards' Rising Star Budget Hotel
- Modern rooms
- City centre location
- One night stay for two people
- Meal for two at Di Maggio's (Theatreland)
- Flat-screen TV
- 24 hours' complimentary parking at City Parking Cambridge Street
- £35 for additional evening in standard double room (payable during booking)
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. Booking required between 9am-8pm Mon-Sun. Non-cancellable and cannot be rescheduled once booked. Please present voucher on arrival. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 10am. Valid for standard double or twin room with window. Di Maggio’s (Theatreland) 161 West Nile Street, G1 3RL only. easyHotel menu only, 3-course meal redeemable for lunch or dinner, excludes drinks. Parking for one car only, at City Parking Cambridge Street, charges apply for stays over 24 hours. Baggage storage with incur a supplement; see website for details. Original value based on hotel rack rate for bookings on 21 July 2012. Original value verified 6 July 2012 at 5.34pm.
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Close to the Glasgow School of Art at the heart of the metropolis, easyHotel Glasgow City sits within reach of a bright urban environment that sweeps from imposing gothic architecture and fine art to an exciting music scene throbbing in down-at-heel bars.
See the Glasgow show with today's Groupon from easyHotel Glasgow:
• £65 for a one night stay (Up to 46% off)
Standard double room with a three course meal at Di Maggio's (Theatreland)
Making simple work of modern accommodation in the city centre, the easyHotel Glasgow City has drawn recognition from the Scottish Hotel Awards, winning the Rising Star Budget Hotel Award. The rooms feature tight-tucked beds and en suite bathrooms, and the hotel has teamed up with City Parking, Cambridge Street to ensure safe stowage of the steel steed. A more appetising partnership with
Di Maggio's (Theatreland) offers guests a taste of modern Italian cuisine a short skip around the corner.
Wander out from the hotel and head south-east to George Square to get your bearings, and then pop into the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art to check out an impressive and recently expanded permanent collection. For a broad overview of the history and architecture of the city, hop on an open-top bus tour and glide through the city streets, then perhaps get the metro to the West End. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum host regular exhibitions alongside its collection, much of which is dominated by the influence of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The Hunterian Museum sits atop the hill inside the main university building, with a broad investigation into the work of scientists Kelvin and Hunter, as well as an excellent section on nests.
• Standard double room with en suite shower room and flat-screen TV
• Three-course meal at Di Maggio's (Theatreland)
• 24 hours' complimentary parking
Rail: Glasgow Central station is a 13 minute walk away, with services via the West Coast mainline to London Euston, and a swift shuttle to Edinburgh.
Road: Exit the M8 at Junction 17, following West Graham Street onto Cowcaddens road, turning right onto Cambridge street and right again onto Hill street, where the hotel will be on the left.
TripAdvisors award easyHotel a decent 3.5/5 stars. While noting their modest size, reviewers praise the well-maintained rooms, as well as the convenient location and helpful personnel. In addition, easyHotel earnt Rising Star Budget Hotel at The Scottish Hotel Awards 2012, and a team member won Superstar Housekeeper. TripAdvisors rate Di Maggio’s a favourable 4/5 stars. While some encountered a wait for meals, reviewers compliment the standard of cuisine and value for money.
Had a one night stay in the city centre on our way to England, and Hotel was brilliant. Staff were [sic] very friendly and helpful, and place clean and fresh. Room was compact but adequate, but for the price it was well worth it. Will stay there again.
– FDonnelly (reviewing easyHotel), TripAdvisor, May 2012
Good menu, large portions of nicely-cooked food ! Service very friendly, happy to recommend.
– RickersScotland (reviewing Di Maggio’s), TripAdvisor, Mar 2012