Glasgow: One Night Break For Two With Breakfast, Bottle of Wine, Champagne, and Chocolates for £92 at Grand Central Hotel (Up to 53% Off)
- Winner of two 2012 Scottish Hotel Awards including Scottish Hotel Team of the Year
- Established in 1883
- Elaborate and grand decor
- City centre location
- King-sized or twin beds
- Includes full English breakfast
- Bottle of wine to share
- Glass of champagne each
- Box of chocolates
- Children welcome for £35 per room (maximum of 2 children per room)
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. No cancellations once booking is confirmed. Excludes Saturdays. Limited availability in August. Reservations can be made Mon-Fri 8am-6pm on 0141 240 3733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID. Check in after 3pm, check out by midday. May add up to 2 children under 12 for £35 surcharge per room including breakfast. Maximum of 2 children per room. Original values based on hotel rack rates. Original values verified 8 June 2012 at 11.15am.
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Armed with a couple of 2012 Scottish Hotel Awards and a splendorous facade that matches its opulent interiors of marble and domed ceilings, this city sleepery has been living up to its name since 1883. Take time out for grandeur with today's Groupon from Grand Central Hotel.
• £92 for a one night break (Up to 53% off)
In an en suite room with king-sized or twin beds with breakfast, a bottle of wine, champagne, and chocolates
As proud wingman to Glasgow’s Grand Central railway station, this hotel is a hub of lavish architecture and sparkling tipples, with Champagne Central scooping up the best hotel bar award. The team of dedicated staff welcome wearied travellers in to plush, cosy and contemporary rooms, with king-sized beds for romance-driven wanderers. Tempus Bar and Restaurant dishes out locally sourced and lavishly plated Scottish grub to pop a culinary cherry on top of modern and majestic hospitality.
Take to the streets of the city to marvel at a landscape of rich architectural and industrial history, be baffled at the Glasgow science centre, or indulge in some retail therapy. Although the hotel is in prime position for city wanderings, its connection to Grand Central Station also offers easy daytrips to Edinburgh or the engineering central of Falkirk. If you’ve got wheels at your disposal, take a quick vroom to Loch Lomond for a bit of hilly greenery, some fresh air, and a little taste of Scotland’s vast watery heritage.
• One night stay in en suite king-sized or twin beds
• Bottle of wine
• Glass of champagne each
• Box of chocolates
• Full English breakfast
• Free Wi-Fi
• Bathrobes and slippers provided
• Turn down service
Train: The Grand Central Hotel is directly next to Glasgow Grand Central railway station which is well connected to the rest of Scotland and the UK.
Road: From the M74, merge on to the A74, and then follow London Road in to Central Glasgow. When this becomes Trongate turn right one to Glassford Street, left to Ingram Street, and right on to Queen Street. Turn left on to St Vincent Place and again on to Union street. Turn right past Grand Central Station and the hotel will make up the corner on the left. There is public parking nearby.
The Grand Central Hotel was recommended by 92% of LateRooms.com reviewers, and was rated a dreamy 4/5 by TripAdvisors. While some felt the area was noisy at times, most visitors were eager to praise the staff and décor, though special mentions went to the hotel’s central location.
What a great hotel, lovely building very tastefully modernised but retaining a certain old charm and elegance. Nice rooms, comfortable bed and very clean and well presented as were all of the hotel public rooms, nice champagne bar overlooking the station plaza.
– Rob_and_Karen_Bent, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
Beautifully decorated room with modern stylish bathroom. I could walk to many must see places in Glasgow city centre from the hotel and the bus stops to cathedral and airport were very close from the hotel.
– therooms, TripAdvisor, May 2012