Dreamhouse Apartments Glasgow Merchant City

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

128-140 Ingram St, Glasgow, G1 1EJ, United Kingdom
Dreamhouse Apartments Glasgow Merchant City
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 36% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples92
  • Solo100
  • Business57

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Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by Glen30

hi there,

I am planning to stay one night in a hotel at the airport. can someone recommend a good one even though it's just for 1 night. Do most airport hotels offer shuttle bus to the airport for freer?

Thanks
glen

Re: Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by kathymof

There is a nice Holiday Inn Express there and you literally just walk across the parking lot to get to the terminal. Here is my link

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/85914/4c4af/3/

Re: Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by Glen30

thanks all

Re: Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by hawkhead

Try the Expresss by Holiday Inn - as the previous poster says, it is literally a short walk away. You won't need a shuttle bus for this hotel. There is also a Holiday Inn, a Marriott, and a Premier Inn or is it a Travelodge (one or the other).

Re: Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by Glen30

ok, will do that..tkx

Re: Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by jamesfmunro

The Travelodge does have a shuttle bus, because there is no pedestrian access to part of the airport to which it's closest. You can walk in by a rather convuluted route from the Travelodge, but it would take about 20 minutes.

Re: Glasgow Airport Hotel (GLA)

by Glen30

Thanks james. I have made a reservation with Express by Holiday Inn.

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Look around yourself!

by Rojo72

I'd like to encourage you all to walk around in Glasgow and look at all the beautiful buildings, but also to feel the atmosphere in the city.

For instance: when I walked down Sauchiehall Street my first day in Glasgow I stumbled on some street musicians, but these weren't the ordinary kind of guitar and "streets of London"-singing people, but rather 4 extremely talented youngsters playing classical music. It was sooooo nice!

Football Violence Happens Throughout Europe

by SkipJas

Football violence - between the fans of 2 teams' supporters - is not limited to Glasgow on the odd occasion when it happens. It happens in every city in Europe. All of these comments are blowing it way out of context and are completely giving the wrong impression. It is a much bigger problem in England.
Get over it everybody who keeps commenting on it. Were you subjected to any violence? I'm guessing not - you're only going by the much-hyped media......so move on. You're only fueling the non-existent fire.

Celtic Park

by vichatherly

Home of the green and white side of Glasgow, Celtic FC.

All seater stadium of 60,000, built in 1892 and renovated last in 1995.

I and many others had a great deal of trouble getting into the ground. I turned up early and after having a brief chat with a few friends outside the stadium found myself locked out. The police and stewards had decided that there were enough people inside our particular part of the stadium and that it was full up. So they closed the gates to all those outside, including me who had a valid ticket for the game.

We were then persuaded to leave the stadium vicinity by methods which included being pushed by police on horseback.

Some people decided that enough was enough and headed back into town. After about twenty minutes I made it back to the stadium entrances and hung about hoping that some one would see sense but was told that there was no way that I would be allowed into the stadium.

After about forty minutes I spotted a policeman with a lad in tow looking purposeful. I decided to follow him. The officer managed to get on of the stewards inside the ground to open up one of the exit gates and asked him whether or not they were still letting people in with valid tickets. The steward looked perplexed and shrugged. Obviously no one really knew what was going on. So I took a chance and waived my ticket about and stepped into the stadium. I got inside just as the half time whistle blew and so met my mates upstairs in their seats. It was all a bit unnecessary to say the least.

Wallace's Well & Monument

by RPW

This is a piece of real history that we are talking about here - make no mistake. William Wallace has been made in to a hero for millions of people through the movie Braveheart - although that movie was good for business and also did well for a certain Mr Gibson, ( good man that he is ). Anyway although the movie had it's good points there was a lot that was not factually true and I think people from North Glasgow would be amazed to discover that William Wallace was found and captured at this very point. The well itself is remarkably well preserved, it lies just beyond what was once Robroyston Hospital, it's now a sprawling housing scheme which threatens to eventually take over the land that the well is actually on. It is quite accureately recorded that William Wallace was captured from a cottage very close to this well in 1305 before being executed in London , the well itself has been renovated and now has a granite headstone stating "Wallace's Well". The cottage from where Wallace was taken stood until 1826 and a granite celtic cross in Wallace's honour was erected near the well in 1900. The road that I spent my childhood growing up on is called Wallacewell Road, this is about 2 miles from the actual well.

Heros club

by pisatower about Polacy servicemens club

Nice old private club,originally set up by servicemen who were based in Glasgow from 1938 onwards ,fighting in the polish navy based in Glasgow as well as units of the Polish airforce,and army. Today it is highly popular with local people and the new generation of immigrant workers since April 2005 whenPoland joined the common market and Britain was the only country to hold true to the principals and allow free movement of people immediately.
As you enter there is a smallbar and then some commitee rooms and a fairly large function hall at the end .Polish and non polish speakers are equally welcome,but the language now is predominately english Most people make an effort especially at the weekend.

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