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Albion Hotel is a 3-star stylish hotel offering an excellent location and friendly services. It was renovated in April 2004 and is now described as the friendliest hotel in Glasgow.
The hotel is set back from the bustling of the city centre and tucked in a quiet cul de sac. The Kelvinbridge Underground station is only 50 meters away from the hotel. Its situation in the very heart of Glasgow's fashionable West End, yet only 1 mile from the city centre makes it a perfect place to stay while visiting the city. The hotel is also ideally placed for the access road to and from Glasgow International Airport.
Meal options at Albion Hotel include a restaurant. A delicious complimentary breakfast is served daily. A currency exchange facility is also at your disposal. Additional services: express check-in/checkout and safe-deposit box - front desk. Business & Internet: Internet options at Albion Hotel: wireless access; access in public areas is free to use.
Hotel Services and Facilities
Free WiFiFree parkingFree breakfast
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Harry Maclean from Gullane, United Kingdom
stayed in February, 2015
Guest Score 10.0 out of 10
Very friendly staff, they even posted our phone charger which we left in the room by mistake ! Our room was huge with a very comfortable bed with crisp white bed sheets and memory foam pillows. The room was one of the cleanest we have stayed in, it was spotless !. We will definitely be staying here again as it so handy for the subway acroos the road. Thank you for a wonderful stay :-) :-) :-)
Nothing it was perfect !!!
james nelson from fürstenfeldbruck, Germany
stayed in December, 2013
Guest Score 9.5 out of 10
excellent small hotel, great value for money with friendly staff. grew up in the location - in napiershall street - and it being near to the west end and kelvingrove park spoke in the hotel's favour almost as much as the price did.
would definitely stay there again and possibly will be soon.
had to give put the ip address and other settings into my laptop manually as they were not recognised automatically. however, as i could get the settings from my iphone - which did recognise them - this would appear to be an exception and probably even the fault of my computer. the connection itself was, however, when i got it, excellent!
Anna from Riga, Latvia
stayed in March, 2013
Guest Score 8.0 out of 10
Room 15 on the top floor was very quite and cozy. Big bathroom with shower.Beds were comfortable. Really enjoyed the fact that we had a small fridge and tea kettle with complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits. Donald at front desk was friendly and helpful.
No fan or electric output in the bathroom. WiFi was very week in our room
How to book
Making your reservation in Albion Hotel is easy and secure. Simply select your dates of stay and click on the “Check Rates” button to submit the form.
After room types and rates are returned to your screen, you will be able to choose the rate you desire by reading the room information in the center of the screen, then clicking on the "Book Now" button on the right side of the screen. After you have selected your desired room type, you will be taken to a "Complete your booking" form. Then you will need to review the "Details of your stay" and fill in the blanks on the "Guest Details" section. Be sure your name and email address are spelled correctly.
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“...very quite and cozy. Big bathroom with shower. Beds were comfortable...small fridge...complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits...”