Glasgow: One Night Stay For Two With Dinner, Prosecco and Breakfast for £99 at the 4* Hotel Novotel Glasgow (Up to 63% Off)
- Four star central hotel
- International restaurant
- Fitness and relaxation suite
- Standard queen room with convertible sofa bed
- Bottle of Prosecco on arrival
- Three course dinner
- LCD TV and hospitality tray in the room
- Use of leisure facilities
- Upgrade to executive room £15
Expires 30 June 2012. Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid for stay in standard queen room with convertible sofa. Check-in from 2pm; check-out by midday. Up to 2 children aged under 14 can stay for free sharing sofa bed with breakfast included. Dinner is from the hotel's table d'hôte menu. Upgrade to executive room for £15. Original value based on hotel rack rates. Original values verified 10 April 2012 at 12.30pm.
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Dotted amongst the close complex of Victorian buildings that make up the centre of Glasgow, the four star Hotel Novotel Glasgow shares a locality with arty, edgy, and live-music filled sites on an historically-rich city canvas.
Feel it for yourself with today's Groupon from Hotel Novotel Glasgow:
• £99 for a Friday night stay for two (Up to 63% off)
In a luxury queen room with a bottle of Prosecco on arrival, a three course dinner, breakfast, and use of the leisure suite.
This four star hotel occupies a central spot within easy reach of Glasgow's many cultural checkpoints. Featuring a comprehensive fitness centre, the hotel offers guests plentiful leisurely and energetic opportunities, whether it’s reclining in the sauna or putting the body to rights on a treadmill. City visitors can re-fuel after tiring steam room visits with a meal, snack, or drink in the on-site restaurant, which serves a tasty arrangement of local and international cuisine.
For a peek into Glasgow's veritable treasure trove of arts, take a trip to the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), which features work that is indelibly linked to the city. Or move away from the modern with a visit to the Medieval reaches of Glasgow Cathedral. Standing tall since 1136, the cathedral is well worth an outing for its imposing architecture and post-war stained glass windows. For an evening of revelry walk to Glasgow's nearby West End, where drinking and dining are in ample supply in a busy centre of pubs, bistros, bars and restaurants.
• Standard queen room with convertible sofa
• LCD TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, and large work area in room
• Bottle of Prosecco on arrival
• Three course dinner
• Use of luxury leisure suite
• Up to two children can stay for free
Rail: Glasgow is on the West coast mainline, with regular services and connections to most of Scotland and England.
Road: Disembark the M8 at Junction 18 and follow signs for The Glasgow School of Art, taking a right turn onto Pitt Street just before you reach the school.
Novotel Glasgow received a King sized 4/5 from TripAdvisors, while 88% of LateRooms.com visitors would stay again. Though there were a few mixed opinions on the housekeeping at times, visitors noted the hotel’s food, attentive service, and convenient location.
One of the most satisfactory vacation stays. Close to important points and public transportation. The readiness of the service requested was impressive.
– H M Pai, LateRooms.com, Feb 2012
Rooms are clean and comfortable and there is car parking with limited spaces at the back of the property. Receptionists were very helpful on check in and check out and bar staff were good too.
– TheDunsBuns, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012