Clean Hotel, restaurant staff helpful, could not say the same for night duty staff... Stayed there 1 or 2 timess a yr for 8+yrs when visiting Scotland. Sometimes (depending on clientelle) can be noisy in corridors and some occupiers invite locals into there room to carry on drinking. Had connecting room once and one of the party wakened us up,they kept knocking on the internal door(probably had too much to drink).Rang reception and explained they were drinking (could hear the clink of bottles all night) but no one came to see or hear the noise, had a stop over for 2/3 nights they left the room at 6am. In the morning told them abiout being kept awake and was moved to a higher floor for rest of our stay. Suggested in the feedback sheet that they employ night staff like the sister hotel Marriott Marquis in Manhattan, was told they couldn't, but they gave us a free night's stay for the next visit at the hotel. I suppose it would cost too much money, but you would feel safer knowing that security were in the hotel, especially if someone had gone to their door to complain????
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set in a bustling, cosmopolitan city with a renowned business centre and prestigious shopping, the Glasgow Marriott Hotel puts you in the heart of it all. Our luxury hotel is a five-minute stroll to nightlife, the SECC and one of the best shopping areas outside London. Perfect for business or leisure, the Marriott offers air-conditioned rooms, wireless Internet throughout the hotel, and 12 conference rooms, which can accommodate up to 550 guests for a dinner reception. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marriott Glasgow
- Glasgow Marriott Hotel Scotland