Victorian House is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Glasgow, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Glasgow, House Victorian is located a short distance from The Tenement House (0.2 mi) and Escape Glasgow (0.5 mi).
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Victorian House Hotel offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper. Guests of Victorian Hotel are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, parking is available.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to Miller & Carter Steakhouse, The Butchershop Bar and Grill, or The Spanish Butcher, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Victorian Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Pollok Country Park, Glasgow West End, and Glasgow Green.
Enjoy your stay in Glasgow!
I stayed here on my way through Glasgow on a road trip. I received a friendly welcome and nothing was too much trouble. I had a lovely single room with en-suite that was spotlessly clean. I had a fantastic sleep as it was so peaceful in the hotel and I woke fully rested. The rates are incredibly reasonable and I will definitely stay here again anytime I’m in Glasgow.
This morning I woke up and my legs were hurting. I got a skin rash from more than 20 mites bites. probably because the bedding wasn’t cleaned in ages. My partner got a lot of bites too. I hope I don’t go to the hospital because my legs hurt a lot. I asked a refund on booking.
Where do we start... Superior Suite, not a chance! Bad points: BASICS all wrong Next door but 1 to a homeless bail hostel. No parking only on street and have to buy vouchers. No lift and it’s a 3 storey building, good thigh burner on the stairs! It’s perched on a steep hill so going to the centre of Glasgow is a task, especially if you have mobility issues. No mobility access to the reception. Basic room, mould on tiles and sealant. Holes in walls and ceiling. No bar or restaurant (got told breakfast delivered to bedroom door, didn’t come). Broken TV screen bleeding goes white. Damp patches in both rooms. Face to face with a hospital so need to have curtains closed for privacy so no natural light. Good points: 5 min down hill walk to pubs, restaurants and shops (remember steep uphill on way back). All in all if you want a cheap hotel because you’re stuck for a night then fine but I would not recommend for a long stay or for a romantic getaway. …
It's a cheap yet pricey hotel, with plenty of shortcomings. Most of all, some of the staff had an appalling attitude, except for the nice cleaning lady. While it's a lovely old victorian building with many, many stairs to climb, it's not in good order. Walls are coverd in dirt, fingermakrs, etc, windows are rotting and don't close properly, the furniture is cheap, worn down, lampshades are coverd in dirt and there was mould in the bathroom. Cleaning staff don't seem to be given enough time to clean the rooms properly. There is no real security. Access was easy all day and night, and like other reviewers here have experienced, the staff can't be bothered very much. The walls are extremely thin and we could understand what people were saying in the next room. When, at 1am, there was so much noise that sleeping even with earphones in was impossible, we asked for help from the night porter (after speaking to our neighbours ourselves, which didn't help at all) . He was friendly and eventually put us in a different room. However, when we asked the next morning if those people were staying another night, the lady at reception was very condescending, stating the night porter hadn't even heard anything, and we were overreacting. She was very dismissive and made us feel even more uncomfortable. All in all, stay away. The Willow Guest house two doors down was much better value and friendlier. For the same money you can get a room at premier inn or travelodge, which seems like a luxury experience in comparison.…
Cheap & cheerful is fine, but the owners of this place have forgotten that you can also be clean and safe. Windows were rotting in the frames. The bare painted walls were covered in handprints and other marks. Kettle leaked past the wires in the power base slot. No hot water to the shower, and the hot tap became a cold tap on seconds and stayed that way. Desk was scarred and peeling. Window shelf was verging on graffitied. Kitchen door was open all night, and accessible from the street. Yes, there are security cameras, but the night guy barely noticed me coming in to ask for my key, so I didn't feel comfortable having the breakfast. Guy at the desk in the morning (when I found out about the kettle and the shower) was all smiles, no apologies, and just couldn't be bothered. This place is sub-standard student accommodation masquerading as a guest house. Stay away.…