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Glasgow is one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe. The city has been reborn as a centre of style and vitality set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture. Glasgow boasts world-famous art collections, the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside London, and the most vibrant nightlife in Scotland. Finding a Glasgow hotel is easy, finding the best Glasgow hotel for you is made easier by You will find a fantastic range of hand-picked Glasgow hotels – from budget to luxury hotels, boutique or family hotels and more. We have Glasgow hotels close to the main rail stations, Queen Street and Central - and to the airports, Glasgow International and Glasgow Prestwick. has Glasgow hotels near all the main attractions such as The Burrell Collection, George Square and The Gallery of Modern Art. have the best deals for you if you are looking for a hotel in Glasgow, Ayrshire and Arran or Argyll and the Isles. We love Glasgow hotels and we guarantee that you will get the best rates available!

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  • Glasgow Event Venues Event Venues

    Glasgow has many great event venues, playing host to music concerts, comedy shows, arts festivals and much more besides. Here we list a selection of these great venues along with links that take you directly to a list of forthcoming events in and around Glasgow. So if you're staying in Glasgow why not plan ahead and take advantage of the fact that you're staying in such a great city with so much going on!

    The SSE Hydro - The SSE Hydro plays host to national and international music mega stars as well as global entertainment and sporting events.With a seated capacity of 12,000, The SSE Hydro augments the SECC’s existing facilities and stages around 140 events every year.  Attracting an audience of over 1 million visitors each year, the venue is consistently ranked by Pollstar in the top three arenas globally, alongside iconic venues like Madison Square Garden and The O2 arena. Since opening in September 2013, The SSE Hydro has staged the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards, the Ryder Cup Opening Ceremony and the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.  The SECC campus as a whole and was also a key venue for The 2014 Commonwealth Games

    The SECC - The Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC) is the perfect location for any event. It's superbly situated in Glasgow, Scotland's largest and most exciting city. The Centre provides a wide range of conference and exhibition facilities. See our dedicated website on the Glasgow Home page for all you need to know about finding accommodation for the SECC!

    Glasgow Barrowland - Voted second best small venue in Europe, Best Venue in Great Britain from a Radio 1 poll of over 60 bands. This is a rock/pop venue with a capacity of 1900, all standing - Glasgow Barrowland

    King Tut's Wah Wah Hut - King Tut's - “Quite possibly the finest small venue in the world” - NME.  Since its inception in 1990, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut has been at the forefront of the Scottish live music scene and continues to be one of the most celebrated venues in the world.  King Tut’s is an integral part of Glasgow’s thriving grassroots music scene as well as bringing the most exciting new talent from across the globe to the city. Playing a gig at this three hundred capacity venue has become a seminal point in the career of an impressive array of artists leading NME to hail King Tut’s in 2007 as ‘quite possibly the finest small venue in the world’, and Radio One to name it ‘UK’s Best Live Venue’ three years in a row.

     The Pavillion Theatre - The Pavilion Theatre is now the only privately run theatre in Scotland and one of a few unsubsidised independent theatres left in Britain.

    Glasgow Concert Halls - Glasgow’s top quality live music venues come together to offer you an excellent mix of classical, world music and popular entertainment. No matter what your taste in music, from Elgar to Elvis, we’re sure to have something which appeals! Located in the heart of the city, the already well-established Glasgow Royal Concert HallCity Halls and Old Fruitmarket are multi-purpose venues each with their own charms and individual qualities. Each venue has everything you need for the perfect night out, including a range of fantastic bars and eateries, in which you can savour the cultural atmosphere.


    The Tron Theatre - The Tron has been a familiar landmark in Glasgow's Merchant City area for centuries and a popular cultural venue for over twenty years. The theatre is situated at 63 Trongate, just a few yards from Glasgow Cross, and is easily identified by the unmistakable 16th Century church steeple. Following completion of a £5 million redevelopment in 1999, the Tron has emerged as a stunning collection of historical buildings juxtaposed with stylish new spaces designed by leading Scottish Architects RMJM.

  • Glasgow News Glasgow News

    There's a lot going on in Glasgow on a daily basis so it's important to keep up to speed with what's happening. The best way to do that is to find local news sources, which is exactly what we've done!

    The Evening Times -  Scotland's top selling evening newspaper, available from late morning(!) it contains local news and views.


    BBC News - Glasgow and West of Scotland -  What could be more informative than the Beeb?


    The Herald Scotland -  Traditionally considered the West of Scotland's chief "broadsheet" newspaper, it contains news and views from around Scotland, with a hint of west coast bias!

  • Glasgow Sporting Events Sporting Events

    Throughout the year Glasgow plays host to a number of great sporting events, so we've tried to cater for as many tastes as possible and listed those we think would provide the best entertainment for visitors to the city. Hopefully there's something here that interests you....this list is updated every month.


    Glaagow Tigers Speedway -

    8 May 2011 - 30 October 2011, 4pm

    Ashfield Stadium, Glasgow Ticket Prices: £15.50, Concession £12, Under 16s £7, Under 12s £0



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    Ice Hockey

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    Tennis - Davis Cup, GB v Hungary.  16 September 2011 - 18 September 2011, 12am, Braehead Arena, Glasgow, Ticket Prices: £13-27, Concession £11-25, Children £4-13 



  • Glasgow Travel Guide

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  • Glasgow Tourism

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  • Alan Tennant - Local Hotel Booking Experts

      I'm Alan Tennant, Regional Director for in Glasgow. We have a team of local knowledgable experts who are ready to take your call.  We pride ourselves with securing the... Read More
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  • Group Booking Specialists

    Here at we are extremely proud of our teams expertise in specialist areas.  We know when making a group booking it takes time and effort.  We know all of the best hotels and apartm... Read More
  • Glasgow Shopping Guide

    Glasgow has a reputation as the best shopping city in Scotland, and outwith London is reckoned to be the place to come for a great shopping experience. Below you will find a select... Read More