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Our daughter and her boyfriend treated themselves on their anniversary, the staff were so thoughtful and couldn't do enough for them. A fantastic place with amazing staff. The grand Central hotel is a hidden gem, even though it is passed by thousands of people every...More
We recently stayed here for 8 days while visiting family that live on the outskirts of Glasgow. I booked it thinking how easy it would be getting back and forth since it is in a corner of the central train station. This beautiful hotel turned...More
We received a perfunctory welcome at reception. A 'have you booked' attitude rather than a 'welcome to the Grand Central' one. Some customer service training would not go a miss here. Our room was large with a huge, comfortable bed. There was a big ripple...More
Went for breakfast while waiting on connection ,ordered and paid for two full Scottish breakfasts ,we were given to reheats which were stone cold ,then given as a replacement ,3 links ,two slice of half cooked bacon ,scrambled egg ,
Disgrace for a hotel of...More
As a member of the applause scheme which gives 10% off to members and as a member all your details are on file we stayed at the Grand Central in Glasgow where we were given an accessible room as my wife is disabled. The room...More
Response from fredatheflea | Reviewed this property |
I don't think it does; it's a city centre hotel and I know that doesn't preclude fitness rooms but the hotel offers other charms! There is bound to be gyms nearby and I suspect the hotel may have reciprocal arrangements. I... More
I don't think it does; it's a city centre hotel and I know that doesn't preclude fitness rooms but the hotel offers other charms! There is bound to be gyms nearby and I suspect the hotel may have reciprocal arrangements. I suggest an email to the hotel directly asking that question. If you're a runner, and don't mind pounding the pavements, you are in an ideal location to see some fabulous Glasgow architecture as you run!