Euro Hostel

318 Clyde Street, Glasgow, G1 4NR, United Kingdom
#62 of 225 hotels in Glasgow
Pleasant (2.5 out of 5.0) 10 reviews
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Cheap and safe

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 7, 2012

Euro hostel is centrally located 2 minutes from the train station. It's cheap but pleasant to stay here. The best thing about it is the large screen in the bar downstairs for watching football!

cold ,dampsmelling and empty

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 14, 2009

Despite the hype ,this old hotel packed with bunk beds was cold and unappetising.They may have sold you a twin or 4 bedded room but when you arrive you could end up with 2 beds in a 14 bedded dorm with all the atmosphere as a damp barracks.
ceiling and carpet s are stained some like tree rings so whatever the problem is ,its been on going and not fixed.
Also value for money is a joke as we found better,cheaper and more lively in the Charing cross area som8$ ahead cheaper so dont believe the hype.
If they cant heat the place in January it sjould be closed till season starts.The hostel we did move to had atmosphere,style and people!!!!!!!!!

Unique Quality: Tremendous internet hype over well nothing really

garage type of hostel,in "difficult area of town"

by written on August 13, 2008

Stayed there once but would not do it again.
The staff had no idea
The security was hopeless
The dorms were huge
the concept is just wrong.
Hostels are supposed to be about meeting people,sharing etc but here its just dull and intimidating.
ITS also the most expensive in town.

Unique Quality: a multistory plumbers nightmare which you can experience all for yourself today if you do not plan safely.

Directions: do not go there,stay anywhere else like www.glasgowbackpackers.co.uk which is an award winning site.

very, very expensive ,no value for money not here

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 26, 2007

my bag got wet with a plumbing problem ,thought i had escaped from the cities worst the bluesky where the man told me i could not put my pasta in fridge ,it was half eaten and i was saving rest for next day . but being dry is also good too.Also the rooms are packed with bunks 14 and do not go their to sleep it is noisy all night inside and out in street a very busy street with all the late night bus stops to the suburbs.

Unique Quality: running water
huge water pressure in shower ,,,it hurt
noise

Directions: right by the river but that is not why it is a wet place.it is real poor managed.

a garage atmosphere+ clinically clean

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 1, 2006

very expensive for the huge 14 bedded dorms and the kitchen facilities are a joke for the number of people that it holds.head for the better and cheaper youth hostel yha near charing cross,for small dorms and better prices.its a good £3 cheaper. The rather excellent Globetrotters is also £3-4 pounds cheaper and has the advantage of not being up a long hill{like the y.h.a. which incidentally has a curfew}~
The twin rooms are more expensive than a decent local bnb in the city centre.
Breakfast is a runaround joke .

Unique Quality: very close to the central station and itinerant homeless shelters around it. Not really good value but has a lot of advertising budget to cover up its peccadillos.staff dont know their city and are functionally abrupt.
Really you are well worth seeking accom in the west end of the city centre around charing cross.

Directions: not where you want to be.The block is pretty run down and within minutes there are homeless canteens + bars you really do not want to be near. Seedy is not the word and its most expensive in the city with the atmosphere of a social security office.

Really neat hostel,in City Centre....

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 19, 2006

This is a place that I have not stayed at.But the people that I have met have had pretty positive reports.This used to be an accomodation place for University Students,and is in the heart of the City Centre.This means that you could get to see a great deal of Glasgow,by just walking out the door.No costly fares.That is a big deal if you are on a restricted budget.

Unique Quality: This place has great views over the City.It is also within walking distance of Carling Academy,The Arches,Sauchiehall St.,Argyle Street.Also nearby is The Horseshoe Bar which used to claim that they had the cheapest Bar Meals.Worth a look just to see this beautiful bar!!!

Directions: Near Jamaica Street.On Clyde Street,which also has a Roman Catholic Cathedral some doors away from hostel,if you like churches!!!

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hostel central

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 10, 2005

The hostel was in a greay location very central and just down the road from Central train Station.
it has a bar and breakfast was included not that we made it down for it.
The room was clean and very basic. The walls are like cardboard so the noisy buggers next door came very close to unleashing my temper.
The check in time of 3.00p.m. is RIDICULOUS. Especially as you've to be out of the room for 11.00a.m.
Eh how long does it take to clean a room.
Fire Alarm went off and being on the 7th floor up with 2 flights of stairs per floor, well lets just say if the fire was serious we'd be toast and we weren't on the top floor. I think there should be exits to outside stairways or something really.
I'd use it again but only cos it reasonable price.

Directions: Come out of Central station through the Union Street entrance, go right, straight down 2 minutes and it on your left. You'll see a sign on the back of it

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Nice budget hostel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 13, 2004

The euro hostel is large, but not noisy. Very strangly decorated with bright colours in the hallways.

We arrived really early, but could leave our luggage at the hostel, and the staff was quite helpful.

We stayed at a 2 bedded rom, with a bunk bed. The bed was quite comfortable, and the room was small, but enough for 2 people to sleep in. Also a bathroom, which was great.

But don't bother showing up for breakfast, it was really crap. A few cereals and if you wanted toast, you had to stand in line to toast it yourself. And the room was very crowded and disorganized, stay away!!

Unique Quality: The hostel was not outstanding in any way, but was a good place to sleep and save money, centrally located near the railway station.

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Not the best, but quite ok

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 3, 2004

The room was fine, 2 beds, bathroom.
It was a quiet place to stay and we did meet people from all over the world in the elevator.

But I don't have enny thing good to say about their breakfast.. we did eat ones there, to many in one room, no service... no good food.. We did buy sandwich the evening before..

So if you want a good english breakfast... this is not the place to stay.

Unique Quality: They have a wash room, a good thing for backpackers :)

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Friendly

by written on June 24, 2003

Clean, friendly hostel at the corner of Jamaica/ Clyde St., a stones throw away from the River Clyde and a walk away from Glasgows heart and Central railway station.

Unique Quality: Spacious dorms with en suite facilities, big big lockers, huge lounge/ kitchen area, free morning breakfast, games room and a great location. Also, sometimes has free entertainment...from a karaoke bar next door!!! This isn't too bad when there's a good singer on the mic, but otherwise... Ask for a 'entertainment free' room.

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