Plan your visit

We’ve popped together a small guide to Glasgow so you can continue the celebrations. From Afternoon Tea spots to spa days we can point you in the right direction.

Afternoon Tea

We ladies love an afternoon tea with our friends and family and with Glasgow offering a superb selection you will not be disappointed. Whether it is delicious sandwiches , fresh scones, warming teas or perhaps a prosecco or two you’re after, here are a few we would recommend-

– Cup Tea Lounge

– Hidden Lane Tearooms

– Blythswood Square Hotel

– Mackintosh at the Willow

– Grand Central Hotel

– Hotel Du Vin

If you fancy going further afield the afternoon tea experience at Gleneagles is second to none.

Hotels

If you are looking for the perfect place to stay while you are here Glasgow offers everything from lavish luxury hotels to back to basics budget hotels. Here are some suggestions-

– Principal Grand Central – From £66

– Blythswood Square Hotel – From £120

– Abode Glasgow – From £64

– 15 Glasgow – From £99

– Dakota Glasgow – From £113

– Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel – From £70

Restaurants

Glasgow is a lively, buzzing city with a fantastic variety of restaurants to choose from. Here are some of our favourites-

– Grill on the Corner – City Centre – £££

– Ubiquitous Chip – West End – ££

– The Finnieston – West End – ££

– Paesano – West End and City Centre – £

– Number 16 – West End – ££

– Ox and Finch – City Centre – £££

– Roastit Bubbly Jocks – West End – ££

– The Fish People Cafe – Kinning Park – ££

– Mother India – West End – ££

 

Spas

We all deserve a little pampering from time to time so if you’re looking to relax and unwind then there are a range of spas and wellness centres in and around Glasgow to choose from-

– Spa at Blythswood Square

– Pure Spa and Beauty

– The Gin Spa

– Mar Hall Golf  and Spa Resort

– The Spa at Cameron House

Bars

Glasgow has an abundance of bars ranging from luxurious cocktail lounges to lively jazz bars to relaxed chill-out café bars. Here are some suggestions to get you started-

– Kelvingrove Café – West End – ££

– Metropolitan – West End – £££

– Lebowskis – West End – ££

– Be Gin – West End – ££

– Champagne Central – City Centre – £££

– Swing – City Centre – ££

– Gin71 – City Centre – ££

Landmarks

If you really want to enjoy Glasgow and what it has to offer then there are some truly fantastic attractions on offer-

– Botanic Gardens

– Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

– The Riverside Museum and Tall Ship

– Pollok House and Pollok Country Park

– Glasgow Cathedral

– Glasgow School of Art

and not forgetting that Glasgow is known as Scotlands music capital with venues that include the Theatre Royal, the SSE Hydro and the Barrowland Ballroom to name but a few.

 

Shopping

Glasgow offers one of the best shopping experiences, outside of London, in the UK. From the sophisticated elegance of Princes Square to the hustle and bustle of Argyle Street in the heart of the city – you will be spoiled for choice! Aside from the mass array of shops in the city centre itself there are also a number of great shopping centres on the outskirts you can visit-

– Intu Braehead Shopping Centre

– Silverburn Shopping Centre

– Glasgow Fort Shopping Centre

– EK Shopping Centre