The Belhaven Hotel

15 Belhaven Terrace, Glasgow, G12 OTG, United Kingdom
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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
35%
75
Very Good
41%
88
Average
16%
36
Poor
2%
6
Terrible
3%
7

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  • Families78
  • Couples86
  • Solo75
  • Business72

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Forum Posts

Bluesky Hostel - which one is better City Centre or West End?

by Carluchita

Hello,

I am thinking on staying at the Blue Sky Hostel, but it has two locations: City Centre & West End and I don’t know which one is better in regards of accommodation and location (close to the public transportation and main attractions). Which one do you suggest and why?

Thanks!

Carla

Re: Bluesky Hostel - which one is better City Centre or West End?

by df53

Havent stayed in either. But location wise the city centre one is next to Sauciehall street which has a lot of pubs and clubs. The west end venue would probably be better if you just want more of a chilled evening, there arent many clubs in that part of town and they dont open all that late.

Dave

Re: Bluesky Hostel - which one is better City Centre or West End?

by IanMacPhail

Glasgow isn`t all that big a city and I`m sure either location would be fine. However I would choose the City Centre one because you can do more walking, even to the west end, without having to worry about getting buses or subway trains.
Have a nice time!

Re: Bluesky Hostel - which one is better City Centre or West End?

by Carluchita

Thank you!

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Look Up!! To See Glasgow, Stand Back & Look Up.

by scotlandscotour

I love the old builings with their stone columns, ornate carvings and warm sandstone, - Why can't modern buildings be like this?????

This picture shows a wonderful example, I think it is on Bothwell Street, or close by, heading west from Central Station. As you can see, the ground level is now a supermarket (Marks & Spencer). I got some funny loks from locals as I took this photo!

Everyone is just so used to this streetscape they ignore this beauty. But this, for me, is Glasgow.

Unpredictable

by GlasgowFan

The summer in Glasgow can be warm, but showers are a normal occurrence. So bring suitable lightweight waterproof clothing. Winter is very cold and yes more rain! So warm n waterproof is needed. There is a lot of beautiful architecture and natural aesthetic beauty in Glasgow and surrounding countryside. Bring a good camera ...even better is a videocamera! Waterproof jacket...Umbrella, when wind too, better with a hat! Hi
You can visit Glasgow anytime of year unlike Edinburgh the the festivals go on all year round -:) Just bring warm clothes for winter. There is plenty for art lovers, clubbers and families. SA lot of the family activities are free. here are 2 good sites to help you out,

www.nileguide.com/destination/glasgow this site will tell you about Glasgow and places to visit and stay based on your personal experiences. You can create and then download your own guide to the city.

www.glasgow.gov.uk/en/Residents/ArtsDevelopment/festivalsandevents. Search based on you and your needs.
Oh and have a great time...I know you will!

Millenium Hotel

by Rojo72

Well, the Millenium Hotel is not at ALL OFF the beaten path, but rather bang in the middle of George Sq, but people tend to miss it. It was at this hotel the Roosevelt and Churchill's envoyées met to decide on the entrance of the USA in the 2nd world war. THAT alone is making it worth to look at the hotel...

Buchanan Galleries

by husain about Buchanan Galleries

Big and spacious, the Buchanan Galleries is shopping mall located in the central area of Glasgow, with a 10-storey car park with 2000 spaces within the building.

Closes at 6pm on most days, except Tuesday when its open until 8pm and Sunday when it shuts at 5pm.

Polish Ambassadors club

by pisatower about General Sikorski Club

This is the larger of the cities 2 clubs and as one can imagine there is a reason why Glasgow has 2 clubs rather than one.When i find out I will tell you. There is an impressive monument to General Sikorski , Sir winston Churchhills friend who was asked to do the same as General De Gaull did in Edinburgh and found the free Polish government in GLasgow .Historically I suspect that it was vice versa and de Gaul was asked to follow Sikorski but ill edit this after most research.
There is a bar,function room and a polish social services club which teaches kindergarten and business polish. Also music,library and newspapers. Their website is multilingual and very informative. Smart but casual

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Address: 15 Belhaven Terrace, Glasgow, G12 OTG, United Kingdom