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Victorian House, Glasgow

The three-star Victorian House offers 63 rooms within walking distance of Glasgow’s central King Theater and Charing Cross station.

7.6 Guest Rating

From
$82
Alexander Thomson, Glasgow

The three-star Alexander Thomson Hotel is located in central Glasgow close to the train station and within walking distance of many museums.

7.3 Guest Rating

From
$48
Euro Hostel Glasgow, Glasgow

Situated within walking distance of Glasgow’s main train station, the two-star Euro Hostel Glasgow offers budget accommodations in the center of town.

7.7 Guest Rating

From
$21
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Situated in Glasgow’s south end and within walking distance of the Science Center, the three-star Swallow Hotel offers 117 budget-friendly rooms.

7.0 Guest Rating

From
$40
ibis Glasgow Centre, Glasgow

The Ibis Glasgow Centre is a standard two-star chain hotel with 141 rooms; it’s centrally situated just a few blocks from Prince's Square.

7.4 Guest Rating

From
$42
Beersbridge Lodge, Glasgow

The ten-room Beersbridge Lodge guest house is located close to many Glasgow sights and overlooks nearby Kelvin Grove Park.

7.5 Guest Rating

From
$62
McLays Guest House, Glasgow

Situated just a short walk from Glasgow’s central train station, the Mclays Guest House offers bed-and-breakfast-style accommodation.

7.0 Guest Rating

From
$51
Hampton Court Guesthouse, Glasgow

Located close to many of Glasgow’s central sights and lots of shopping, the two-star Hampton Court Guest House has 18 simple rooms on offer.

7.1 Guest Rating

From
$35

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