Park Inn Glasgow City Centre

2 Port Dundas Place, (formerly "Langs Hotel"), Glasgow, G2 3LD, United Kingdom
#117 of 225 hotels in Glasgow
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Modern and central

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 22, 2004

The hotel has been furnished and decorated in a modern style, which means there are some very good things, like a nice shower with jets for water massage. The other side of the medal is that hotel builders seem to love to play strange tricks with the lights. In this hotel for instance, I found that I could not turn off all the lights in the bathroom by using the same switch I had used to turn them on. I looked everywhere for the switch to turn off the light above the basin, but I could not find it. At the front desk they told me "it's beside the bed", but I could not find it. They immediately sent someone: the switch was found, not beside the bed, but in the centre of the bed-head, behind the pillows.
So, thumbs down for the guy who placed the switch there, but thumbs up for the hotel staff.

Unique Quality: Location, location, location. It is close to pedestrianized Sauchiehall Street, to George Square, to Queen Street Station and to several good restaurants.

Trendy but Dull

by written on January 20, 2003

One of these trendy business hotels that the Malmaison chain has popularised. So you get a trendy room, bathroom with CD player and so on. The room I had overlooked the adjoining multi-storey where you park your car. It was all pretty soulless. Breakfast was buffet style and unremarkable. The hotel sets out to be different from the Holiday Inn’s and Marriott’s of this world, but it’s not, really.

Unique Quality: Nice open Scandanavian style fire in the restaurant.

Directions: City Centre, near Buchanan Bus Station

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