Albion Hotel Glasgow experience Scottish hospitality at its best
If you’re a business or leisure traveler searching for a reasonably priced mid-range accommodation situated in the center of Glasgow, then the 3-star Albion Hotel could possibly be the ideal choice for you. Recently renovated in 2004 the hotel has a pleasant Victorian style that gives it a homely feel and a charming friendly character that combines well with its quaint patterned wall paper designs, blood red carpeted floors and delicate selection of hanging art works. The Albion Hotel stands in Glasgow’s vibrant west end area well known for its wide range of bars, restaurants and endless list of entertainment hotspots; or if you want to venture further out of town then the Kelvinbridge underground train station is a few meters up the road.
The hotel maybe a little on the small size with just 20 different rooms available for guests to choose from, but each offers ample space, a selection of furniture and plenty of creature comforts to help first time visitors easily acclimatize to their surroundings. There are 5 separate room sizes available including the single, double, triple, twin and quad rooms all boasting a clock radio, color television with local channels, complimentary toiletries, an IDD telephone service, WIFI internet, a hairdryer, a tea and coffee maker, an in-room safe, a trouser press and a small refrigerator. Due to the limited amount of rooms and its current popularity guests are advised to book in advance via the internet, not only will it save you time and stress, but the room prices are actually discounted through the website.
The Albion Hotel London is a non-smoking zone in order to help protect the health and safety of its guests; it also offers a range of extra amenities to help accommodate the needs of its guests. For guests planning on arriving by car there are several nearby parking spaces available, alternatively for visitors that may need transport to get around the hotel offers a taxi ordering service at all times of the day and night. You’ll find that the reception area is open through out the day and evening to help provide guests with currency exchange services, a hotel safety box for valuables as well as travel advice and ticket booking help.
In terms of guest dining options there is a small restaurant area in the hotel that serves up a selection of small snacks, as well as the included complimentary breakfast made up of deliciously fresh local Scottish ingredients which will definitely put a spark into your day. Alternatively, for those who prefer to eat out the nearby area is dotted with plenty of restaurants, cafes and fast food diners catering to almost every taste. The Albion Hotel also houses a cozy little bar that makes the perfect place to enjoy a quiet afternoon reading a good book or having a conversation while sampling a glass or two of some of the finest beers, wines or spirits in Scotland.