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74% would recommend it to a friend
room small dark and cold
long walk up to the room, window would not lock so cold during night, alcove with no light covered half the room so quite dark but food good and staff nice, except for one guy
Less than 5 mins walk from Glasgow Central station.
Nice and comfortable room. Stayed previously so aware of closeness to station and would stay anytime in Glasgow
Very basic room not suitable for a double bed tho to say its compact is a understatement staff we're nice good location
Good value night
Cost and location were the two resons for choosing the RM.
Happy with both. My room was functional, furniture and floor showing some aging, initially too cool but that fixed with effective radiator, breakfast was acceptable and all of the staff good at thier jobs. So that, for the cost, is pretty good. Union Street was noisy. No surprise there. Some 'interesting' pedestrians in the evening, but no problem.
went for a break stayed at Rennie mackintosh , the room we stayed in ,room badly needed painting
This hotel is okay if you're not too fussy, it badly needs decorated and the toilet didn't flush very well and the shower isn't very good at all but the staff were very nice & helpful.
it is definitely not the Ritz, you get what you pay for, that's all I can say.
definitely stay here again room and breakfast was great
Budget city centre accommodation
Stayed here on a football away trip as it was next to the station and we flew into Glasgow and had to get to Carlisle and back.
Ideal for a lads' trip, friendly staff and right in the centre for the obligatory drinking session, but I probably wouldn't come here with a girl as it is a little run down. Decent breakfast served, including a cooked veggie option. Be aware that there is no lift so wouldn't be suitable if you can't climb three long sets of stairs!
Business hotel for young people.
I comments that the should try and install lift in that hotel, if you are not use to clamping stairs, you might lose your breath on those staircase to the top floor, when I booked the hotel, I wasn't told that there's no lift.
I booked the hotel that am coming with a five months baby, the receptionist gave me a room at the top floor, it was too stressful for me using that stairs with a 5 months baby and my pram. I didn't enjoy my stay. I had a broken wrist while I was taking my baby pram up and down. Thanks.
Ideal for central Glasgow.
Many stairs, no lift.