Best hotels in Glasgow, Scotland

Here you'll find a list of the best hotels in Glasgow which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations are referenced with customer reviews from several booking platforms and all listed hotels have a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.

4.3 Malmaison Glasgow

Malmaison Hotel, Glasgow

Lonely Planet

“This former church is a longtime favourite for its decadent decor and plush lines. Stylish rooms with mood lighting have a dark, brooding tone and opulent furnishings.”

4.6 Grasshopper Hotel Glasgow

Grasshopper Hotel, Glasgow

Lonely Planet

“Discreetly hidden atop a timeworn railway administration building right alongside Glasgow Central, this small, well-priced hotel is a modern, upbeat surprise. Rooms are compact but well-appointed.”

4.7 Alamo Guest House Glasgow

The Alamo Guest House, Glasgow

Lonely Planet

“The Alamo may not sound a peaceful spot, but that’s exactly what this great place is. Opposite Kelvingrove Park, it feels miles from the city’s hustle, but several of the best museums and restaurants in town are close by.”

4.2 Alfred Hotel Glasgow

Hotel The Alfred, Glasgow

New York Times

“A sister establishment to nearby Oran Mor, the Alfred has 13 rooms in a Victorian Era townhouse, an ideal location for shopping in the West End.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

4.5 Point A Glasgow

Point A Hotel, Glasgow

New York Times

“Part of a new wave of well-designed cheap hotels with noticeably smaller rooms, Point A offers extremely comfortable beds, small bathrooms and a great breakfast just steps from many of the bars, restaurants and other attractions in the City Centre, perhaps making the lack of space somewhat less of an issue.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

4.5 Hotel du Vin Glasgow

Hotel du Vin One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow

Lonely Planet

“This is traditionally Glasgow’s favoured hotel of the rich and famous, and the patriarch of sophistication and comfort. A study in elegance, it’s sumptuously decorated and occupies three classical sandstone terrace houses.”