Customer review rating (ALL Rating) 4.6/5 492 reviews
Warm, welcoming and modern, with a comfortable bed and a practical bathroom, our rooms offer everything you need for a great stay.
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ibis Styles Glasgow Centre George Square
74 Miller Street
Telephone +44 141 428 3400
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Access: 100 m / 0.06 mi 3 min walk
Access: 200 m / 0.12 mi 4 min walk / 3 min drive
Access: 1 km / 0.62 mi 7 min walk / 2 min drive
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Offering you a relaxed dining experience, our bright, colourful on-site restaurant & bar is a great spot to grab a quick bite to eat before heading into town to explore what Glasgow has on offer.
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Great Location and Comfortable Room
TripAdvisor rating 5.0/5
31debl TripAdvisor review
This hotel is in a great location to explore Glasgow. The staff were friendly and our room was comfortable. Breakfast was excellent. There were a variety of restaurants within a few blocks. The train station is nearby and lots of shopping within easy walking distance.
Good location - pleased with our stay
TripAdvisor rating 4.0/5
paulj576 Families - TripAdvisor review
My daughter and I recently spent three nights at the Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre George Square in Glasgow, Scotland. The room was included in a Gate 1 tour, so I cannot really comment on the price. The hotel is located in central Glasgow about two blocks from George Square. The Queen Street train station is about three blocks away. There are many bars, restaurants and shops in the area. I would describe this Ibis as a boutique hotel. The registration desk is on the first (US second) floor. The combination lobby/breakfast dining area has plenty of tables and chairs for socializing, albeit in a college cafeteria-type setting. Apparently, the Ibis also offers a limited fastfood-type menu if you’re hungry. Wifi is free. Check-in was courteous and efficient. We were assigned room -813. Like most European hotels, the room was small by US standards, but not unusually so. As is common in Europe, you have to put your room key/card in a slot when you entered to have power in the room. (You also need to use your card to access the elevator.) The room was clean and decorated in what I would consider minimalist modern with nods to Glasgow’s heritage. For example, there were graphics of cranes (a reminder of its ship harbor), design patterns reminiscent of local architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and a picture over the beds of the iconic Duke of Wellington statue with its traffic cone. (See pictures.) There was an actual wardrobe, which was half shelves, half closet. A hairdryer and iron/ironing board were inside. No in-room safe, refrigerator nor telephone. Furniture consisted of a long wide shelf that served as a desk. There also was a desk chair, a small round nightstand table, a small round ottoman/table and a luggage rack. A desk lamp and an electric teapot with assorted coffee/tea fixings were on the desk. A plus was an over-bed table. (See picture.) Our standard double/twin room came with two twin beds. Each bed had two pillows and a duvet. (One extra pillow was in the wardrobe.) The beds were a little soft, but comfortable. Each bed had an individual reading light and USB port. There also was a large flat-screen TV. One minor irritation about the room: very noticeable floor creaking could be heard whenever one walked outside the bathroom door. Petty, but still aggravating. The bathroom was adequately sized with appreciated counter space next to the sink. There was wall-mounted hand soap and hair/body wash (in the shower). Bath towels were nice and large; no washcloths though. The glass shower enclosure was normal-sized. Water pressure could have been stronger, but the temperature was fine. Breakfast was included with the room and was served off the lobby. The offerings consisted of the usual combination of hot & cold items. Overall, we were very pleased with the location of the hotel and would recommend it for anyone wanting to explore the central Glasgow area. For more specific details and pictures, visit the hotel’s website.
Very comfortable hotel with good facilities in an ideal location.
Customer review rating 4.5/5
Iain Friends - Confirmed reviews ALL
Friendly staff. Room was well furnished. Bed very comfortable. Shower excellent. Breakfast choice very good although bacon & tattie scones a bit overdone.
Customer review rating 3.5/5
Anonymous Couples - Confirmed reviews ALL
Great stay apart from a curtain pole and curtains coming down in my hand and hitting me
Customer review rating 5.0/5
The H. Couples - Confirmed reviews ALL
From start to finish we had an excellent stay. Staff were superb and very helpful. The hotel is also next to shops and eateries, which was an added bonus. I will definitely stay there again.
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