This Top Secret Hotel provides guests with excellent facilities and a great location to make sure your stay in Glasgow is one that you will cherish. Located very close to the excitement of Glasgow’s entertainment centre, it is the prime location for those who wish to enjoy the wonderful sights and sounds of Glasgow!
The property is furnished in a contemporary fashion, with a variety of useful facilities available from reception including laundry, car rental and parking. Rooms are fitted with luxurious and spacious en-suite bathrooms, complete with complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer – just in case you forgot to pack your own! Rooms are also equipped with a large flat screen LCD television, high-speed Internet access, a work desk and coffee and tea facilities for when you fancy a brew!
The property also has a themed restaurant, which has an international menu suitable for business lunches, romantic dates or family meals. There is also a bar which serves a variety of beers, wines and cocktails as well as all of your favourite bar snacks! Be sure to check out the amazing Leisure Club on site too, with a state of the art fitness centre that houses an indoor pool as well! You can also treat yourself to some ‘me’ time with a session in the sauna or steam room before having all those aches and pains eased away with a sensual massage.
If you are hoping to sample some traditional Scottish cuisine during your stay in Glasgow, head to the Black Sheep Bistro on Clarendon Street! A family-run restaurant that provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere, the Black Sheep menu offers diners classic homemade food – and sizeable portions at that too! The steak pie is a particular favourite, and the whole menu is extremely reasonably priced which keeps customers coming back! Be sure to book in advance, as the reputation of the Black Sheep is widespread across the city so reservations are a must!
If you are a bit of a shopaholic but also a bit of a culture-vulture, when in Glasgow be sure to check out Sauchiehall Street! At one end there are all your favourite high street shops for you to find a new addition to your wardrobe – whilst at the other end of the street you can discover some Glaswegian history as you learn how the city has developed over the years. There is also a stop for a sightseeing tour bus too!