Didn't actually book to stay here but after being shafted by the 'sister hotel' had little choice but to take a room on the night of the Robbie Williams concert at Hampden Park.
For a trip to Glasgow it is actually an excellent location around the corner from Central Station and right on the doorstep of Glasgow's great shops in the city centre.
However, once inside things go rapidly downhill.
Hostels and bunkhouses are great for people travelling on a budget but £95 for a room for 2 adults and 2 children is hardly cheap.
This place is really neither a hostel (not self-catering) or a hotel.
We didn't get 'proper' beds but 3 sets of bunkbeds - kids went on top & mums below. Ensuite shower room was tricky to get into as one of the bunks was inches from the door - one look at the shower and we were all glad we had already had one before leaving home and could definitely wait until we got home to have another. Passed on having a cup of tea/coffee in the lovely chipped and stained mugs and the polystyrene cup stuffed with stale teabags wasn't at all tempting. And none of us fancied walking barefoot on the carpet.
The flatscreen TV and wifi were good.
The final laugh in the morning was the 'breakfast pack' left on the floor outside our room - a paper bag containing an individual rice krispies pack with a paper bowl, carton of milk & orange juice. We left them there and headed round the corner to Wetherspoons for breakfast and a spot of shopping in Glasgow before catching our train home.
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