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59 Union Street , Glasgow, G1 3RB
The Rennie Mackintosh Station Hotel is one of the oldest Victorian buildings in Glasgow and forms part of the Architectural Landscape of the city.

As the name suggests the Hotel has many features in connection with Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Over the years the hotel has been refurbished but always with an eye to keeping the Mackintosh era alive also every effort is made to retain as much originality as possible. Unfortunately, because the hotel is of a Victorian era there is no passenger lift but we ensure our guests have every assistance with their luggage by prior request. Rooms have got Flat screen TV's, complimentary mineral water, cookies and tea / coffee making facilities.

The rooms vary in size from a single to a family room depending on your needs and all have ensuite bathrooms. The rooms have all the basic amenities required by a business traveller or a tourist. Traditional Scottish Breakfast is included in the price and there is a 24 hour bar to accommodate hotel guests if required.

There is a very quiet lounge for people to sit and relax which also has a free wi fi internet access for the residents only.

Come and enjoy the beautiful city and our warm and friendly service.
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72% recommended this accommodation to a friend 75% would stay again
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Cheap City Centre Accomodation
I planned a one night stay in Glasgow for a night out about 100 yards away from the hotel . I got no more and no less than I expected as I didn't pay a lot of money for my room .
On arrival I was met with a receptionist who seemed uninterested and was pretty much off hand and rattled off details of breakfast , checkout times etc and the required information was given with little of no eye contact and certainly lacking any of the well known Glasgow humour or banter . I was instructed to go up two flights of well worn carpeted stairs to my room .
The whole place looked shabby and in desperate need of a makeover , my room was the same but it was clean with crisp,white towels laid out and crisp white bedding . I checked the toilet/shower room and it was the same , clean and functional . The shower itself lacked a bit of water pressure but it did the job required . The room had a TV and tea/coffee making facilities which I did not use . I have to add that the room was pleasantly warm on a cold and showery Glasgow afternoon . There was more than ample storage for clothing and luggage . I spent very little time in the room and I had a late night , early morning return to the room which was at the front of the hotel and as such it was very noisy due to revellers , police sirens then later what I assumed to be street cleaners ? I Have to say the night time receptionist was a bit more receptive than his day shift colleagues .
I rose for breakfast , utilized the shower room facilities again and made my way to the dining room which was in my opinion slightly better than the rest of the hotel . My breakfast was adequate and I was served quickly and without fuss especially given that I was very close to the 09.30 serving limit . Tea and or coffee was available self service from a machine , fruit juices , cereals , fruit cocktail , yogurts etc were all available , also self service as was a toaster which I did not utilise choosing to pick from the cooked breakfast menu .
Checkout was at or before 10.30 a.m. and was again completed without fuss or niceties . I can't say I enjoyed my experience but neither did I have any grounds for complaint . If I had a choice to stay there again , I would give it consideration as it suited the needs of a lone traveller in Glasgow for one night and to be honest I've stayed in far worse accommodation .

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David B

From UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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Quite grubby
A cheap room but even at that it was not that pleasant and not great value for money. The whole hotel is rather tired, grubby and run down. Then again, a cheap bed in the city centre…? But I'm sure you could get something much nicer for not much more money. I don't think I'll be staying again.

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A B

From England
Who stayed in March 2014

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Not a bad place for a vista to Glasgow
Nice central location for exploring Glasgow, room was comfortable but nothing special. Aside from the trek up 4 flights of stairs it was a hotel I'd recommend. Breakfast was lovely and plentiful staff pleasant and bed comfy. All in all a very pleasant budget hotel.

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Gordon B

From Bishop's Stortford, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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Small, friendly accommodation
Although this hotel is tired I cannot fault the staff for their friendliness and willingness to help. If you want cheap and cheerful accommodation near the railway station within easy reach of good bars and restaurants this is the place for you. If you want 4 star luxury there plenty of other venues in Glasgow.

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A W

From England
Who stayed in March 2014

Couple

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Good Stay
This was a nice room lots of character and very well located in the city.

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Ryan L

From UK
Who stayed in March 2014

Couple

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The receptionists were very friendly and helpful. However, the door to my room didn't lock from the outside! I was told that it would get looked at whilst I was out for dinner, but this did not happen. Luckily, it locked from the inside.

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Ashley Smokler

From East Barnet, England
Who stayed in March 2014

Family with young children

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read some of the comments
thought hotel was good for the money staff was ok and helpful breakfast was ok very central did not here that much noise from out side only thing was the stairs but then again i am getting older.

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a mason

From Kilmarnock, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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Clydesider training
I stayed overnight to attend a Clydesider training. This was my second stay as I stayed here when I came for my interview. The receptionist could not be more pleasant, welcoming and helpful. The single room was very basic but extremely clean a comfortable. Good shower warm and powerful. Included breakfast was good would prefer fresh rather than tinned fruit and plain natural yoghurt. However the cooked breakfast was excellently cooked complements to the chef. I am only disappointed the price has gone up by £20 for my next training so I may not be able to return. However based on the deal I have had for my two stays this is a good place to stay and so close to Central Station It is really convenient.

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Jacqui H

From Milton Keynes, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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overnight
It's good how close it is to the centre and right by the station as i needed it. The only down side was that i didn't get a good night's sleep as it was a Friday night and you can hear alot of loud music from the nearby clubs. If i did stay there again, i may opt for a room on higher floor or come earlier in the week if possible.
Also at breakfast, the waitress served 2 other customers before attending to me when i arrived before them. Was bit annoyed as i had to be somewhere quite early.

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Emily N

From London, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

Travelling alone

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unpretentious & value for money
I stayed one night to attend Commonwealth Games training. Location is excellent, staff were pleasant & accommodation is adequate. At £44 per night bed & breakfast in city centre next to Central Station it was all I needed & very acceptable. Stairs could be difficult if travelling with heavy bags or with mobility difficulties but this was well advertised on the website & was what I was expecting.

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Sally H

From Macclesfield, UK
Who stayed in March 2014

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