The B Suites

460 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JW, United Kingdom
The B Suites Glasgow City Centre
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Queens train station to airport?

by technocrat.mani

Hello. I have to get transferred to Glasgow International airport from the Queens train station. Is there any airport shuttle buses from the station or i have to catch a taxi? Im travelling in the day time...

Re: Queens train station to airport?

by Paisleypaul

Buses leave Buchannan St. bus station about 800 metres away. On leaving your train on arrival at Queen Street, turn RIGHT when you get through the ticket barrier, walk past the ticket office out of the station and take an immediate RIGHT you will be heading up a dozen or so stairs and then uphill to the bus station.
Or walk 6-7 minutes to to Central station, take a train to Paisley Gilmour Street (8 trains an hour 11 minute journey time) from County Square/ Gilmour Street there is a taxi rank (£5 to the airport) or bus numbers 300 or 60 on the road under the multistorey car park facing you as you stand in the taxi rank.

Re: Queens train station to airport?

by clivedinburgh

You can catch the Glasgow Flyer service from just outside the station in George Sq.

http://www.arrivabus.co.uk/__80256E280053B5B6.nsf/vWeb/wpSRVA74LDBX?Open&show=current®ion=Scotland%20West&town=Glasgow

Travel Tips for Glasgow

hidden gardens

by willy_wonka

the garden's of st. nicholas, tucked away behind the provand's lordship, is a beautiful example of 15th century garden design. plants used in the garden back in medieval times were for medicinal purposes. the garden, while tiny, is packed full of beautiful features, and i thoroughly enjoyed sitting here having a good look.

If you are interested in...

by margaretvn

If you are interested in visiting historic sites from prehistory onwards, think about getting an explorer ticket from Hisoric Scotland. You can get 3,7 or 14 day tickets and although they have to be used on consecutive days they are good value. We had a three day ticket and really got our moneys worth out of it. Stirling Castle costs 6,50 pounds to get into and is included in the explorer ticket. Some of Historic Scotlands sites are free but most cost 2,80 pounds. So with a three day ticket costing 12 pounds you can see that it is well considering.

Explore from the Air.

by dabidc

Window's Restaurant is quite high and the view from there is primarily roof tops and an occasional church spire as well as The Liighthouse.

The name Lighthouse got me wondering, since the Clyde is a long way from the Sea, what is behind the name? Even the view of the top of the Lighthouse does not give much of a clue.

The LIghthouse building is at #7 on the Glasgow Tour bus stop at St Vincent Place. It stands between two shopping complexes, one the Buchanan Galleries the other Princes Square.

Well I resorted to the internet to find the folowing.

The roof top lookout houses a stylish cafe / bar and a shop. The Lighthouse is part of a six story complex housing an Architectural and Design Centre with changing displays and education and life long learning opportunities. The complex houses a Swim Pool and is called the Mackintosh Centre. In the Mackintosh Tower is a Conference Centre as well as the afore mentioned cafe/bar.

Buchanan Street

by peaceness98 about Buchanan Street

You'll find plenty of people sitting on the steps, munching on something

The royal concert hall is also on this street. In general, shops are open Monday to Saturday 0900-1730/1800. Many shops are open later on Thursday and most of the larger chain stores are open on Sunday. A Value Added Tax (VAT) of 17.5% is included in the price of many goods. Under the Retail Export Scheme, overseas visitors can obtain tax relief on goods if leaving the UK for destinations outside the EU. A form should be obtained at the time of purchase and submitted to the customs authority at the point of departure.

The Catwalk

by dannycpl about The Catwalk Rock Lounge

The Catwalk Rock Lounge launched on Friday 2nd March 2007 and is an exciting prospect for any rock fan. With a fantastic restaurant offering mouth watering meals at affordable prices as well as a great location (next to Central Station, Union Street entrance) to meet for drinks and enjoy great music and affordable bar prices 7 days a week. The Catwalk has strong links with the Cathouse Rock Club with exclusive passes available Wed - Sun, as well as playing host to many pre-club events and showcasing some of the Cathouse’s newly aquired DJ talent!

Sun – Thurs 4pm – late
Fri & Sat 11am – late

Restaurant Opening times:
Sun – Thurs 5pm – 9pm
Fri & Sat 12pm – 9pm Anything.

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