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Millennium Hotel Glasgow
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Reviewed 7 April 2014

Booked a club room by telephone and requested a room with a sofa bed for my 3 year old - instead got a single bed, which she fell out of at 2am. However she slept through it (might have been because the beds were as hard as the floor). Rooms are a bit dated, but ok. Windows were closed, but you wouldn't know it with the level of noise coming from the street the entire night, including police sirens four times until 5am. A hotel that central needs decent windows.
Our room had what we believed was a cupboard, but on opening it discovered it was the interconnecting room to another suite - which was occupied by another guest (thankfully they were out) - the lock on their side of the door was broken!

Booked a large table in their bar for 6.30 as there were 10 of us - including 3 children. We had to wait until 7.15 to get our table and the kids were starving.
The only plus was the free drinks and snacks between 5-7 if you booked certain types of rooms and tea/coffee 24 hours.
I wont be back - ok if you are going to be partying all night anyway - terrible if you want any sleep at all. Came back from our break feeling exhausted.

Room Tip: There wasn't any 'quiet rooms' as even the rooms at the back of the hotel were subjected to some noise which sounding like building work going all night.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 7 April 2014

I stayed here for 3 nights while on business. My room was no. 214. I am sure I was given an upgrade as my room was massive and overlooked George Square. Very well appointed room and huge bed with separate bathroom. Sleep was difficult because of the on going noise from George Square, so my only advice would be to get a bedroom at the back of the hotel.

Breakfast was excellent as was the service. Raymond who worked at the front desk provided me with a lot of help on maps and Glasgow's transport. So thank you to Raymond for being so patient.

Overall the Millennium is a great hotel and I would definitely stay here again.

Room Tip: Rooms overlooking George Square have great views but are very noisy at night.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled on business
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Thank Ruggedadventurer
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Reviewed 3 April 2014

First time staying here, but certainly won't be the last. Clean, friendly and excellent service. Fantastic location and excellent service at all times make this a great place to stay. Best to book directly with the hotel as we booked through late rooms and almost ended up with double room, when a twin was required, staff quick to sort though.

Stayed: March 2014
Thank Mumsie65
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Reviewed 31 March 2014

The location of the hotel is excellent-right in the city centre-that is about the best you can say.Booked in for one night-twin room. One of the lifts was not working and the other one took ages to come and when it did it was tiny!
Room looked out onto a wall so not the most scenic room but wasn't too bothered as was not planning on staying in it for long.
Had no hot water and when asked at reception was told we had to run the sink AND bath taps together...not sure what that was about? Two people sharing a room, one set of towels in the bathroom, other set in the wardrobe......again, not sure what that was about???
Breakfast was very functional buffet style, which was not great as the food was only luke warm. Had lunch in the conservatory and ordered soup cullen skink which was so thick you needed a knife and fork to get through it, but really was inedible. Sent it back and watched a staff member apologise to the wrong table but graciously repeated it to us.
Would i stay here again, absolutely not. Shame really.

Room Tip: Dont book one
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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Thank Janice11166
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Reviewed 30 March 2014

Location great but thats all i can say about the hotel. Everything else is a total shambles. The services is poor and the rooms look like they haven't been decorated in over 30 years. There are far nicer hotels in Glasgow for a lot less than the Millennium. For such a large chain they should be embarrassed renting out rooms in that condition. Its got to be one of the worst hotels in Glasgow. Even the service is terrible. In the morning when we went for breakfast there were loads of tables that hadn't been cleared yet the place was empty. There was no clean glasses or saucers. The buffet hadn't been replenished either. We had to ask for bread and butter and other guests were doing the same. Very unprofessional. I would highly recommend you look else where before staying at the Millennium.

  • Stayed: March 2014
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Thank Gayle76
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