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Glasgow SECC

Exhibition Way Glasgow, G3 8YW.
Tel:
0141 248 3000

The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (the SECC) and the Clyde Auditorium are both renowned as an architectural masterpiece, ideally located by the riverside. The Clyde Auditorium's structure, named' the armadillo' has an architectural resemblance to the Sydney Opera House. Adjacent to the Armadillo is the magnificent SECC, one of the only four integrated exhibition and conference centres in Europe with a capacity of 3000 people.

Throughout the year the SECC and the Clyde Auditorium plays host to the biggest international names in the music industry as well as high-profile comedians and performers that entertain a large-scale audience. Exhibitions and shows are also held throughout the year including, Ideal Home Show, formerly, the Modern Homes Exhibition, Car Exhibitions, Trade Shows and formal conferences designed for business, research and education. The final show of the year is the SECC Christmas carnival and circus that runs from late November till Mid January.

Refreshments facilities are widely available in the SECC and Clyde Auditorium, with a selection of bars, cafes and a newsagent. The Complex is fully accessible for disabled people with Exhibition Halls located at ground level and lift access to the upper floors. Regular rail services serve the SECC station from Glasgow Central and Argyle Street Low Level, Clydebank, Partick, Motherwell and Hamilton.


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Hotel Features



  • An elegant Victorian town house established in
        1928.
  • A warm, friendly, family-run hotel offering good-
        value budget accommodation.
  • Less than a mile from the very heart of the city
        centre.
  • Free Fibre Optic WI-FI throughout the hotel.
  • 24 hour reception and luggage storage facility
        available.
  • 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.