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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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Guest Reviews Based on 210 reviews
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73% recommended this accommodation to a friend 75% would stay again
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Budget Deal
Quick overnight stay in central location. Staff friendly, room good quality for the price and would defiantly stay again.

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D AGNEW

From England
Who stayed in December 2013

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Serious budget option.
Scores heavily for great position, friendly staff , comfortable beds , plain but filling breakfast and rock-bottom cost .But it`s old decor and old plumbing so best to shower in the evening; and if you get a room at the street side you need earplugs. Or a half bottle of whisky....

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richard b

From Sheffield, UK
Who stayed in December 2013

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City Break
Ideal accommodation for a inexpensive overnight stay, staff very warm, helpful and friendly.
Beds comfortable, clean, tea/coffee, water and biscuits were Fab!
Hotel requires some modernisation, but great value for money.
Breakfast couldn't fault.......excellent
Will be back!

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caroline b

From Kilmarnock, UK
Who stayed in December 2013

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No lift and baby in a pram really bad
When booking this hotel I told staff we had a 10 week old baby which they said was fine what they didn't state was there was no lift and no ground floor rooms. I would recommend this hotel for family's .
Breakfast was very poor unless you like boiled food. Staff were friendly but hover over you whilst you eat which is uncomfortable .

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Tracey A

From Kirkcudbright , UK
Who stayed in December 2013

Family with young children

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great place to stay lovely staff and very helpful and so close to all amenities

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M Hunter

From Irvine, England
Who stayed in November 2013

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Hotel fab
Will befo b back.................

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june thomson

From Dumfries, UK
Who stayed in November 2013

Family

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You get what you pay for.....
Ok, so this is a budget hotel and it was cheap, but it was grim. The entrance to the hotel is very unappealing although the receptionist was helpful. There is no lift so be warned if you have a lot of luggage, it is a trek up to the third floor! Our room was clean but tired, and there was no plug in the sink (although they did repair this on request), the bedside light was broken and TV did not get any signal on most of the stations so was useless. The breakfast was surprisingly good though and the bed was comfortable despite the rocking sensation every time a train went by. I think it is safe to say we will not be booking this hotel again anytime soon.

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Julie H

From UK
Who stayed in November 2013

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Could do better
Breakfast is 7-9 you must be there at 8,30 to get anything cooked turn up 9:00 and got told no cooked breakfast left , was given keys that did not fit door back to rep and they told me i did not know how to use key and sent up other menber of staff to try open door which they could not so back for 3rd set off keys door open. basic room door to shower / wc did not fit frame needed to push shut, the shower in 332 is a no go better going outside in the rain like haveing shower with garden holes . have stayed at this hotel be before this

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j macdoanald

From inverness, UK
Who stayed in November 2013

Family

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Reasonably priced accomodation
Hotel was easy to find right outside Glasgow Central Station, some original Art Deco feature windows which were lovely to see. The hotel looks a bit tired and worn but is clean. The staff were friendly and the food (breakfast) was tasty and freshly cooked. A bargain.

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Diane N

From Warrington, England
Who stayed in November 2013

Travelling alone

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what's refurbished?
Wardrobe held closed by a chip of wood
Bathroom spacpious but could be cleaner in the corners
Cooked breakfast poor, other items of low quality
Staff friendly at reception
Location very good for central position in relation to rail stations and shops and restaurants
Price competitive but would have preferred cleanliness and silence

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Jill E

From Scarborough, England
Who stayed in November 2013

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