Glasgow Cheap Hotels in Glasgow

Though historically associated with Britain's industrial growth and economic rise, Glasgow has been experiencing a creative and cultural regeneration. Consistently growing and improving its hotels, guest houses, and serviced apartments, the city provides a wide range of options for lodging.

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As with many port cities in the British Isles, Glasgow saw huge growth in its population during the Industrial Revolution. After large-scale renewal of its urban landscape from the 19th to the 20th century, the city now enjoys a dynamic and lively atmosphere, with some of the best cultural attractions and entertainment options in Scotland. More recently, many areas in the city have been further revitalized, making for enjoyable walks while soaking in the city's atmosphere.

Key attractions
The main attractions in the historic city of Glasgow are its impressive structures, with styles ranging from Victorian to Italian Renaissance. You cannot miss the Glasgow Cathedral in the city center as well as the City Chambers nearby. Even those who are not into museums might find themselves enjoying the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum because of the diversity of exhibits found here, from wildlife to works by Van Gogh. For a more relaxed atmosphere, it is best to head to city parks such as the Botanic Gardens in the West End or the large Glasgow Green.

Having fun
The locals of Glasgow, known as Glaswegians, know how to have a great time. This can be seen at the city's numerous festivals, concerts, sporting games, and theater performances, which happen on any given day. The national stadium of Scotland, Hampden Park, is one place to catch any of these big events as well as to visit the Scottish Football Museum. The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is, meanwhile, a great venue for orchestra, music, and dance performances. Major concerts are usually held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Center, while the West End is a great area for dining and nightlife.

Shopping
Glasgow holds its own as a major shopping destination in the UK. Visitors who have the budget to spend will particularly find this city delightful for its many upscale shops and boutiques. The city center is the main shopping district. The St. Enoch Centre and Buchanan Galleries are the primary retail centers for clothing, jewelry, and even gadgets. The Buchanan area continues on to Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street where you can find many more well-known British and international brands.

Nearby
Medieval Scottish history can easily be experienced by heading to Stirling, less than an hour by car north of Glasgow. Important battles took place here, many centered on the most prominent landmark of the city

Hallmark Hotel Glasgow



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$48

Grand Central Hotel



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$67

Millennium Hotel Glasgow



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$56

Jurys Inn Glasgow



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$53

Apex City of Glasgow Hotel



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$73

Park Inn by Radisson Glasgow City Centre



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$67