Booking Agent Description: Please note that the City tax is not included in room rates. City Tax costs 4 Euros per person per night and should be paid directly upon check-in from the 1st July 2011.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.This 4-star hotel is conveniently close to the airport, several metro stations, and leafy Cascine Park. Elegant rooms feature air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and satellite TV. The restaurant serves authentic Mediterranean meals, drinks are available from the bar, and you can stay connected using the free wifi throughout the hotel.
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Enjoying a peaceful, rural setting with pretty views across the river, historic Erskine makes for a more serene alternative to inner-city hotel accommodation in Glasgow. With archaeological evidence dating the town’s origin back to 3000 BC, Erskine has since revelled in its thriving history. Today, the town’s most prominent feature is undoubtedly the impressive Erskine Bridge which links the town to Dalmuir and defines the waterfront. Erskine also features the convenient Bridgewater shopping centre and the popular Erskine Golf Course.
Those who wish to experience Scotland’s famed natural beauty are encouraged to spend a day exploring the beautiful Campsie Fells, a range of volcanic hills. The Scottish Gaelic for ‘Crooked Fairy Hill’, the Campsie Fells are situated just north of Glasgow and are easily accessible via car. Adventurous ramblers and climbers can challenge themselves to reach the highest point of Earl’s Seat which can be accessed via the Glengoyne Distillery and the Clachan of Campsie for unrivalled panoramas across the region.
As part of the commuter belt, the town of Erskine has excellent transport links into Glasgow, with regular train services into the city running from the nearby Kilpatrick, Dulmuir and Bishopton stations. Regarded as the ‘Second City of the British Empire’ during the Victorian period, Glasgow’s prominence as a major financial, industrial and cultural hub is visible throughout the city. Whilst the city’s historic heart is characterised by decadent period architecture and elegant civic buildings such as the Glasgow City Chambers and the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow’s quirky West End has a distinctly bohemian feel, with charming tearooms, artisan coffee shops and independent vintage boutiques.