• Smiths Hotel
  • Reception
  • Dining Room
  • Family
  • Family
  • Glasgow
  • Night
  • Glasgow SECC
  • Kelvinrove Art Gallery
  • Glasgow Uni.
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The Smiths Hotel Glasgow, is a budget hotel located on Glasgow's bustling Sauchiehall Street. This B' Listed Building with striking Victorian facade and is nestled between the city's cosmopolitan centre and the stylish West End. The Smiths Hotel is also within close proximity to theatres, entertainment venues and the city's diverse selection of retail emporia lending to its position as one of Glasgow's budget hotels for city breaks.

The Smiths Hotel in Glasgow is home to 42 well-appointed guest rooms ranging from single basic to family en-suite. We are also pleased to provide complementary private parking (subject to availability) - an exclusive feature for a city centre hotel. A full Scottish breakfast is serviced every morning, prepared with fresh ingredients and premiere quality products (included in all accommodation packages).

Within the vicinity of our budget hotel, patrons also have the option to explore a wealth of some of Glasgow's most prominent visitors attractions, including Glasgow University and adjoining Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena and Kelvingrove Park, all located no more than five minutes from the Smiths Hotel Glasgow.

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Hotel Features

  • An elegant Victorian town house established in
  • A warm, friendly, family-run hotel offering good-
        value budget accommodation.
  • Less than a mile from the very heart of the city
  • Free Fibre Optic WI-FI throughout the hotel.
  • 24 hour reception and luggage storage facility
  • Free private parking.
  • 42 modern guest rooms.
  • 10-minutes walk from Glasgow SECC / Clyde
        Auditorium and the University of Glasgow.
  • Only minutes from Kelvingrove Park /
        Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.