Budget Friendly Hotel, Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
G2 8LY, Glasgow, 320 Argyle Street
Located in Glasgow city centre on one of the main shopping streets, the Alexander Thomson hotel is 200 metres from Glasgow Central rail station. A buffet breakfast is available and all rooms have a private... read more
£ 39.00View Rates
G3 8HL, Glasgow, 10 Tunnel Street
Near the SECC conference centre and Scottish Hydro Arena, Campanile Glasgow has modern rooms 0.5 miles from the M8 motorway. There is free parking and 2 rail stations close by. Campanile Glasgow has modern facilities... read more
£ 46.75View Rates
G2 2JJ, Glasgow, 139 &141 West George Street
Situated in central Glasgow, the Park Inn by Radisson Glasgow City Centre boasts free high-speed Wi-Fi, a gym, and a restaurant. With accessible rooms, it is just 3 minutes’ walk from Glasgow Central Railway Station.... read more
£ 56.70View Rates
G1 4LW, Glasgow, Stockwell Street
This modern hotel is in Glasgow city centre, beside the River Clyde and 0.6 miles (1 km) from Glasgow Central Rail Station. The air-conditioned rooms have flat-screen TVs and power showers. The Holiday Inn Express... read more
£ 58.00View Rates
G3 8RR, Glasgow, 500 Argyle Street, Anderston
This 4-star hotel is in Glasgow centre, just a short walk from the SECC (Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre) and the shops of Buchanan Street. It has air-conditioned rooms, an indoor pool, steam room, sauna... read more
£ 63.00View Rates
G1 4QG, Glasgow, 60-96 Jamaica Street
Overlooking the River Clyde, this Jurys Inn is in the city centre, next to Glasgow Central Station. It boasts air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen satellite TVs, 24-hour reception, bar and restaurant. The stylish bedrooms at the... read more
£ 63.20View Rates
G3 8AZ, Glasgow, 27 Washington Street
A few minute’s walk from Glasgow Central Station this AA 4-star hotel offers quiet, spacious, air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, leisure facilities and on-site parking. The leisure Club has a 15-metre pool, steam room, sauna,... read more
£ 64.00View Rates
G1 2RL, Glasgow, Theatreland
The Holiday Inn Express Glasgow Theatreland is well-placed in the city centre, just a few metres from shops and nightlife. It has a bar, a restaurant, meeting facilities and bright modern bedrooms with free Wi-Fi.... read more
£ 64.00View Rates
G2 2EN, Glasgow, 110 Bath Street
Apex City of Glasgow is located in the heart of Glasgow's vibrant city centre, where this boutique-style hotel offers free WiFi and has good access to the M8 motorway, a few minutes' drive away. Guests... read more
£ 65.03View Rates
G3 8HN, Glasgow, Finnieston Quay
Set on the banks of the River Clyde, Hilton Garden Inn offers rooms with views and free WiFi access. The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and SSE Hydro are both 2 minutes’ walk away, while... read more
£ 67.15View Rates
G1 5RY, Glasgow, 4 Glassford Street
Set in Glasgow, Destiny Scotland - Glassford Residence offers apartments in a period building, located in the Merchant City district. George Square is 6 minutes' walk from the property. Free WiFi is available throughout the... read more
£ 67.50View Rates
G1 2DH, Glasgow, 12 Saint Vincent Place
Found in an Edwardian building formerly home to the Anchor Line Shipping Company’s headquarters, this city centre aparthotel is inspired by a 1920s ocean liner. With original 1906 features, there are glazed tiles, terrazzo flooring,... read more
£ 68.85View Rates
G2 3BW, Glasgow, 60 Renfrew Street (corner of Hope Street)
This citizenM Glasgow is located 400 metres from Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall. It offers stylish, modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a cocktail bar, a designer lobby and a 24-hour canteen. Glasgow Central Rail Station and... read more
£ 69.00View Rates
G1 3SF, Glasgow, Gordon Street
Located at Glasgow Central Station, the award-winning Grand Central Hotel is an iconic hotel set within Glasgow’s shopping district. It boasts a fine restaurant, free WiFi and 21 meeting rooms for up to 500 guests.... read more
£ 69.35View Rates
G1 2RL, Glasgow, 161 West Nile Street
This 4-star Holiday Inn is located in the heart of Glasgow, just 50 metres from the Royal Concert Hall. It offers bright, elegant rooms with modern bathrooms, 1 hour of free Wi-Fi and an award-winning... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
G3 8HL, Glasgow, Finnieston Quay, 25 Tunnel Street
Radisson RED hotel in Glagsow features 174 rooms, 3 event and games studios, Glasgow’s first official rooftop bar, a fitness room and 76 car parking spaces. The property is located 200 yards from The Hydro,... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
G51 1DB, Glasgow, 7 Festival Gate, Pacific Quay
Located near the SECC, SSE Hydro Arena and Clyde Auditorium, Village Hotel Glasgow offers free car parking. It boasts a Grill restaurant, a trendy bar, Starbucks, 4 meeting rooms for up to 300 guests and... read more
£ 79.00View Rates
G3 8QT, Glasgow, Congress Rd
Only a few minutes’ walk from the SEC campus, the 4-star Crowne Plaza Glasgow overlooks the River Clyde. It has a leisure club with a pool and spa, as well as a maritime-inspired restaurant and... read more
£ 88.00View Rates
G2 8DL, Glasgow, 301 Argyle St
This modern hotel is opposite Glasgow Central Station and features award-winning architecture. It boasts a stunning atrium, rooms with wall-to-ceiling windows and free access to a nearby pool and gym. The spacious rooms at the... read more
£ 102.60View Rates
G2 4AD, Glasgow, 11 Blythswood Square
Blythswood Square is in Glasgow city centre, a short walk from Sauchiehall Street. It has been restored to offer luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi and beautiful architecture. The 5-star Glasgow hotel dates from 1823, and... read more
£ 115.60View Rates
Cheap family rooms – hotels in and near Glasgow Scotland
Many cheap hotels and cosy reasonably priced b&b’s and boutique guest houses are located within the city centre. Several of them contain family rooms thus are good for people who visit in a group or as a family. Some of the small establishments do close in the evening. It, therefore, makes it easy for people who arrive during the last minute to be attended to by the few opened hotels.
In terms of entertainment, the city has most of the best bands for reference. They perform live in every hotel, and this attracts more visitor include local people, non-visitors and keep them staying in these properties. Reasons why visitors are encouraged to book these hotels is that the establishments offer nice bed and breakfast.
The visitor or customer chooses what type of bed and breakfast to take each morning. That way, visitors become their bosses as they eat what they want just by ordering and the same is delivered to their respective rooms or accommodation. In the morning, customer, who are highly valued in these hotels enjoy the morning sunrise since each room is located at direction where the sun warms the rooms directly.
People working in these hotels never sleep. They work on shifts whereby; some of them perform duties daytime while others at night hours. All are to the benefit of customers who come to the city. It, therefore, guarantees that customers will be served their b&b’s on time without delays.
Given that most accommodation halls are located at the central part of the town, those who are coming are assured of their safety within the town. Besides, the central areas of the state are covered with street lights everywhere in that any criminal who is planning to do evil activities in the city will be cached even before executing what they were to do.
Never the less, every room is well-covered by hard to break glasses that cannot be broken by ordinary people who are using crude weapons. More so, family rooms are the most secure ones since anyone entering the room will go through several doors all which have security checkpoints.
The government of the city center has also placed strict measures on the ground, and anyone found walking at night without proper explanations will be taken to jail and charged in accordance to the law.
The City of Glasgow in Scotland
As the slightly more subversive, party-loving younger brother, Glasgow is to Prince Harry what Edinburgh is to Prince William. The friendly population of Glasgow will welcome you with open arms as you discover some of the most diverse art, culture, history, architecture and nightlife in Scotland.
At the heart of the city you’ll encounter streets of grand Victorian buildings as well as the best examples of Art Nouveau architecture in the UK, thanks largely to past resident Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
As a centre for the arts, its home to a number of important galleries including the Glasgow School of Art which is housed in a Mackintosh designed building as well as the grand Kellingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The Glasgow Science Centre is a relative newcomer to the city’s attractions but has proven to be a world class attraction and a big hit with families.
Further museums of note can be found at the People’s Palace, which covers the history of the city, and the Hunterian Museum and Art gallery, the oldest in Scotland.
By the evening Glasgow comes into its own with a wide range of restaurants, pubs, clubs and live music venues to enjoy. Much of the good times to be had take place in the West End or the city centre.
It’s easy to find cheap hotel deals in Central Glasgow, whether you are looking for a discounted luxury room or a budget option. There are also a number of bed and breakfast options further out of the city centre. Those vising the city on business may want a modern hotel on the outskirts that offers easy reach of both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Several properties offer free parking, free internet, that allow pets (dogs), indoor swimming pool, family rooms, in the city centre, near SECC, Hampden Park stadium, close to the central train station, etc..
Glasgow has a wide range of cheap hotels, b&b’s, guest houses and motels to offer for budget travellers and backpackers. Popular is a stay in a hotel or b&b near the SSE Hydro.
Popular in the city is also renting a fully furnished apartment for 1 night or a weekend (short term stay). These apartments can be rented for a long term period as well.
A very cheap hotel is budget Victorian House. This low cost hotel close to the city’s major shopping districts offers a range of accommodation suitable for anyone from the lone travellers to couples and families. The Gallery of Modern Art and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall are within close distance.