My husband and I booked this hotel as it was just around the corner from a wedding we were attending on Saturday. We live in Aberdeen so were taking the train down on the morning of the wedding and wanted to make sure we could get into a room early enough to get ready. I'd phoned 3 times over the past couple of months just to make sure someone was aware that we'd be arriving early. We got to the hotel at about half past 10 and explained I'd phoned the day before to make them aware we'd be arriving. The lady on reception told us that there was nothing she could do as someone was in "our room." I asked if there was another room we could be moved too. She humphed and bit and typed away and said she could probably get us into a room but it would be about an hour. We settled down in the lounge for her to come through about 15 minutes later and said she had a room ready - that was great as it was alot sooner than she'd said before and we had a good amount of time to get ready. I could tell though that she was a wee bit annoyed at us.
The room (107) was tiny - most of the room was taken up by the bed. We didn't mind too much though as we were just getting ready and going out. We did notice alot of noise as they're knocking down a building literally next door. We weren't made aware of this upon booking although there was a sign at reception making you aware - but it's a bit late by then!
I was woken up at half 7 the next morning by lots of noise from the building site so that wasn't the greatest after a big night!
Breakfast was good - the set out was quite good in that everything - bacon, sausages, scrambled eggs etc, cereals, fruits, breads and juices were in their own little room and the seating was in a different room so you just had to help yourself and take a seat, and there was a girl with a clipboard checking you off. The breakfast food was good.
Having stayed in lots of other hotels in Glasgow, I definitley wouldn't stay here again, no matter how close it was to whatever I was attending. less