My partner and I were on a deal to celebrate an anniversary. While taking into account the Covid situation we still had hopes of a lovely visit. Our room was fine with a Clyde view as requested. Our main annoyance was the restaurant which felt more like a cafe and,indeed, we wondered if we were in the right place. The furniture was utility and the noise from the bar area was dreadful with crockery being banged about and the constant thumps of coffee grounds being knocked out. The food was very highly priced and having ordered what was supposed to be cheesecake turned out to be a glob of creamy substance on top of loose crumbed seeds or similar. When a waitress asked if all was ok I told her it was not what I call cheesecake she simply repeated the description from the menu. On checking out, quite a group of others gathered to do the same and waited a very long time before a flustered receptionist appeared yelling "who's next" supermarket style.
A lovely building and spectacular views but we will not be in a hurry to return. less