YOTEL is set to open a new hotel in Glasgow’s city centre in November 2019.
Located in a prime city centre location opposite Glasgow’s Central Station, the new YOTEL Glasgow will see the Westergate building on Argyle Street transformed into a 256-room hotel that will be equipped with YOTEL’s unique design and technology-driven hospitality offering.
The hotel will also feature Glasgow’s first destination rooftop bar complete with bowling alley.
Known for its seamless technology and cleverly designed spaces, YOTEL Glasgow’s cabins will feature the brand’s signature adjustable SmartBed™ as well as YOTEL’s leading technology offering that includes smart TV’s for guests to stream their own content.
Glasgow's new Radisson Red Hotel is located on the banks of the River Clyde next toThe SSE Hydro. Ideal for city breaks, the 174 studio roomed hotel features state-of-the-art technology across its 10 floors, including the RED app, which makes for effortless food ordering from the stylish and open all day OUIBar + KTCHEN, as well as easy check ins and smartphone access to rooms.
The hotel’s uber-cool rooftop RED Sky Bar offers the chance to enjoy craft beers and RED cocktails whilst watching the sunset over the River Clyde and the contemporary buildings that line its banks. Look out too for the Radisson Red’s adorable resident puppy, Baxter who ensures that four-legged friends are always welcome thanks to the hotel’s pet policy!
Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre West
AccorHotels opened their second hotel in the city – the new Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre West, in August 2018. Located in the city centre at Waterloo Street, just under a five minute walk from Glasgow Central Train Station, this affordable yet stylish hotel has 137 bedrooms, a restaurant and bar.
The hotel pays homage to Glasgow’s iconic music scene with the names of legendary venues and bands, including Franz Ferdinand, Travis and Belle & Sebastian, adorned across the decor.
Guests can enjoy listening to music too by playing vinyl on record players in rooms, choosing a tune from the public jukebox or even having a tinkle on the piano at the entrance. Like Glasgow’s music scene, the Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre West is vibrant, creative and current.
Marriott International is working with partners to create a new brand of boutique affordable hotels to join their family of hotels. The result is Moxy, a design-led, tech-savvy hotel that is aimed at the next generation of travellers.
The 180 room Moxy Glasgow Merchant City hotel with its modern edge, will complement the historic area in which it is set.
Inside, Moxy will have a bright and open lobby that is described as being like a living room with bartenders; whilst outside there will be new landscaping and a public square.
Play is the word at Moxy with their style, lobby, bar and rooms living up to their motto of Play On #atthemoxy.
One Devonshire Gardens by Hotel du Vin
Located in Glasgow’s West-End the stunning property comprises five grand 19th century Grade B listed houses connected on the ground floor and first floors, and boasts 49 guestrooms each with its own distinctive architectural character.
The refurbishment encompasses all 49 rooms, including six luxurious suites and the result is spectacular. Inspired by the flora and fauna of the nearby botanical gardens, as well as Hotel du Vin’s long-standing association with excellent wines and champagnes, the guest rooms boast fresh colour schemes, accented by rich, seasonal colour features to add brightness and vibrancy.
With the heritage of One Devonshire Gardens in mind, the original fireplaces, original ornate cornices and mouldings, along with the magnificent windows, have all been preserved and worked into the overall design. The beautiful style is elevated by sculptural lighting and curated mid-century and re-invented antique furniture, which come together to create an eclectic, original style.
Motel One Group opened its new, 374-room, £22 million (€25 million, US $28 million, CA $37 million, AU$39 million) hotel in September 2018, making it the largest bedroomed hotel in Scotland.
The Motel One Glasgow combines the industrial character of train and rail technology with the special sense of adventure that accompanies a journey by train.
Detailed artworks by Scottish photography duo Matthew Dalziel and Louise Scullion are on show in this city centre hotel, which is located next to Glasgow Central Station. The stunning turquoise-lit building offers superb views of Glasgow's skyline. Rooms boast 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and a refreshing rain shower.
The hotel includes the brand’s signature One Lounge, combining living room, breakfast café and bar all-in-one. The Glasgow One Lounge has a unique style which is themed around the golden era of train travel in Scotland.
The seven storey Anchor Line building was built in 1906 as an office for the eponymous shipping line.
Over 100 years later the ground and basement floors of this A-Listed building have become home to the popular Anchor Line Bar & Restaurant and Atlantic Restaurant.
The restaurant and bar celebrate the grand ocean voyages of the 1920s and 30s from Glasgow to New York, through their décor and menus.
restaurants, the apartments will also celebrate Glasgow’s shipping heritage, recreating the opulence of 1920s ocean liners. Paying homage to the stunning Art Deco of the building, many of the original features remain including glazed tiles, terrazzo flooring, timber wall panelling, safes and fireplaces.