Fraser Suites

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1 Albion St, Glasgow, G11NY, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
15%
53
Poor
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18
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10

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  • Couples79
  • Solo80
  • Business74

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airlines

by celtic10

Hi
its me again, keep thinking of things. Just wondering we have a happy hour in Australia where airlines put out cheaper tickets for set routes, is there anything like that in UK or is it just a matter of searching for websites, looking for flight London to Glasgow. My dad used to say the best thing to come out of London was the train to Glasgow, but I think a flight might be a good option for me. Thanks

Re: airlines

by iaint

Your dad's opinion is still true.
No happy hours, but a good idea. I liked the old "stand by" fares. Great if you have time to wait.

Try Ryanair London Stansted/Prestwick, Easyjet London Stansted & Luton/Glasgow. Others are BA & BMI from Heathrow/Glasgow

Re: airlines

by leics

www.skyscanner.net will give you carriers and cheapest fares for your route/dates.

No happy hours, as noted above...sometimes there are sales, but you never know when they'll happen. Best to book as far in advance as possible for cheapest fares.

But remember to factor in time & cost of getting to and from the airport, plus time to check-in and get through security (allow at least an hour and a half, even for domestic flights) and time for getting bags at the other end. Train is not much slower, if slower at all, and goes to and from city centre.

Re: airlines

by hawkhead

And also re the train, buy your ticket in advance from the train website - cheaper than buying from the wicket on the day of travel. Love the idea of happy hour for airlines!

If you are coming in from Australia and landing at Heathrow, and not stopping in London but want to go straight on, then if you book with a budget airlines you'll have to change airports. Also, budget airlines have luggage weight restrictions. If you choose Ryannair to Prestwick, then your train ticket into Glasgow is half-price as long as you hang onto your boarding pass to show the ticket man.

The third option is coach - there are express, non-stop ones.

Re: airlines

by Scotlover

Can't see much at 30,000 feet. However, perhaps you are not interested in seeing the wonderful scenery.

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Hannah Frank 100 year old artist- last week

by Fionafrank

this 100 year old artist (I have to express an interest, she's my auntie) has an exhibition - the last in a 5 year international tour - at Glasgow University Chapel.
She studied at the Glasgow School of Art and Glasgow University in the 1920s and 30s.
Otherworldly eerie cloaked figures and bronze female figures:
"Eighty years on from her earliest works they remain personal and deeply touching, suffused with the longing and elegant melancholy of youth in the sepulchral light of the chapel. " Moira Jeffrey in Scotland on Sunday
please go - Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat 9-11 - this is the last week, it finishes on 11th October.
As well as trademark black and white drawings and sculptures, also includes some correspondence, some issues of the Glasgow University Magazine in the 1920s where her work first appeared - and a recent find, 16 coloured pastel life drawings from her Art School days.
see http://www.hannahfrank.org.uk for more info about the artist and to buy prints, cards, sculpture, books. Also on sale at Glasgow Uni Visitor Centre and 'Damselfly and the Queen Bee' on Great Western Road.

Visit all the shopping arcades...

by sharonn

Visit all the shopping arcades and do some heavy spending!!! I have a lot of fond memories alas too many to share. A funny thing that springs to mind is many years ago friends of mine and I were playing truant and decided to visit the Transport Musuem (just for something to do) and a photographer for the Glasgow Evening Times was in there. He asked us if we would like to pose for a photograph I declined my two mates agreed - they thought it was great until it was in the evening paper and their parents saw it and grounded them.... that memory always makes me smile:)

Packing List

by ombre

FOR GOD SAKE PACK A GOOD COAT AND WARM HAT if your as dumb as me and leave a country like australai in summer and go to the uk you are going to feel cold like you don't even believe in the month of jan when your used to mid 30's c not -3c

The Glasgow Science Centre

by deeper_blue

Outside the city centre is the Glasgow Science centre. Catch a train from Queens street, and cross the Clyde.
The building itself is on three floors and has an impressive design, with many exhibits and displays. It has a huge curved cinema screen which tries to immerse you into the film.

SHOP & MEET CELEBRITIES ON SAUCHIEHALL STREET

by WAHEEDASLAM about Overview

Sauchiehall Street is Glasgow's most famous thoroughfare, partly because of its Scottish-sounding music-hall name, partly because it is such a popular street for shopping. Sauchiehall Street was always noted for its quality shops, with stores such as Pettigrew and Stephens, Copeland and Lye, Daly's, Hendersons - but Watt Bros is the only one to survive from these early days. When shops only opened for five and a half days a week, Sauchiehall Street always closed on Saturday afternoon. More "working class" customers did their shopping in the slightly more down-market Argyle Street, where the shops closed on Tuesday afternoons. Sauchiehall Street always had a good number of tearooms for the benefit of thirsty shoppers and the most famous was Miss Cranston's "Willow Tea-Rooms" (matching the name of the street). You can shop anything & everything from the high street shops on this Street. Clothing & Entertainment everything is there....... Its depends which shop you going to...

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Address: 1 Albion St, Glasgow, G11NY, United Kingdom