Radisson Blu Glasgow
What We Love
- A stay in central Glasgow, with breakfast and the option of dinnerDining alongside original artwork by Sir Peter Blake in Collage Restaurant
- Gazing over over the city from your room's floor-to-ceiling windows
- Being right in the heart of friendly Glasgow
What To Know
- Free WiFi in the hotel and a free to use computer and printer in the reception area
- Located right next to Central Station, in the International Financial Services District, and the Glasgow airport is only seven miles away
- Onsite restaurant, Collage, serves eclectic dishes from Mediterranean classics to British favorites
Glasgow is a city that really has it all. Amid its enticing hodge-podge of Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture, you’ll find world-class museums, historical wonders, inviting art galleries and a vibrant music scene. Voted the “world’s friendliest city” by Rough Guides readers, Glasgow is as much about its people as it is its institutions, making it a unique cultural hub with a distinct vibe. With a stay at Radisson Blu Glasgow, you’ll be in the midst of it all, right next to the city’s Central Station.
Radisson Blu Glasgow offers a contemporary respite from the city’s buzz and is home to a go-to restaurant, Collage. Roy Ackerman’s concept has been brought to life here in the form of an eclectic menu that can be enjoyed alongside walls filled with Sir Peter Blake artwork. After a fine-dining experience, head up to your room for a quiet night in with a film, all set to the backdrop of the city’s lights as they twinkle through the floor-to-ceiling window.
Rooms are stylish and modern, with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of light and allow for wonderful views over the city. Standard rooms are 291 square feet in size and come with one double or two twin beds. Business Class rooms are the same size, but offer added perks, like a daily newspaper.
Collage Restaurant, as the name suggests, serves a varied tapestry of dishes within an interior concept specially designed by Roy Ackerman, CBE. Enjoy British classics and Mediterranean dishes alongside a well-curated wine list, within the impressive shadow of Sir Peter Blake’s artwork. Collage Corner Bar is a stylish space, with large windows that allow for people-watching over a coffee, while Grahamston at The Atrium is a concept bar with a menu of premium and exotic spirits, world-class whiskeys and quality wines. Breakfast is served buffet style, with Continental, European and American options all on offer.
Radisson Blu Glasgow is located right next to the city’s main railway station, in the International Financial Services District. Glasgow airport is just seven miles away, and there’s an airport bus that stops just feet from the hotel. Trains to Edinburgh leave Central Station every 15 minutes during peak hours, or every 30 minutes during off-peak hours, and take 40 minutes. Both the M8 and M74 motorways are within easy reach.
How to Get There
The rooms are big ,very comfortable beds,very clean,young and friendly staff,.Breakfast doesnt have big variety but contains local cousine-tastefull, and generally nice.It is not near the center,so we moved with taxi.
The hotels is located in and excellent central location, the large scale public areas are very attractive with good bars and public areas. Good views from glass lifts. Staff very attentive and polite. Woud recommend.
Not particularly impressed with our stay at this hotel and given the choice in Glasgow we wouldn’t go back. The staff didn’t really make an impression and the room was a bit shabby. The view from the room was a derelict building which was disappointing. The furniture was shabby and needed replaced. On the plus side we slept well.