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Name:
Botanic Hotel
Address:
1 Alfred Terrace Great Western Road Kelvinbridge Glasgow G12 8RF Scotland
Group Name :
Independent Hotel
Type :
2 Star Hotel
Size :
36
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Description
Botanic Hotel

Botanic Hotel is a cheap Glasgow hotel right in the heart of the cosmopolitan West End. With Byres Road and Ashton Lane within easy walking distance, you can experience some of Glasgow’s most well renowned restaurants and bars when you stay here. You can book a single room with or without an ensuite bathroom, or an ensuite double, twin, triple, family, or quad room. All of the rooms have large windows which let in lots of natural light; you may even secure a room with an attractive bay window.

Click here for more photos A Spacious Double Room at Botanic Hotel

Whatever room you reserve at Botanic Hotel, you can rest assured that it will be attractively decorated and well furnished. All of the rooms come with the facilities you expect such as a television, direct dial phone and tea and coffee making equipment. If you need to get rid of the creases from your clothes irons are available from reception. If you need anything else the staff will help you in any way they can. In the mornings you will be served breakfast in the fresh and spacious dining room.

Facilities

Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Desk / Desk & Lamp / Family Friendly / Fire Escape / Hairdryer / Iron & Board / Shared bathroom / Shower / Sitting Area / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Toilet / Tourist Information / Wash Basin

Attractions

Botanic Hotel is in the fashionable district of the West End. If you love architecture then stroll to see the nearby University of Glasgow which was built in the 15th century. If you prefer frequenting some of Glasgow’s most well renowned restaurants and bars, you should walk to nearby Byres Road and Ashton Lane. With two underground stations near Botanic Hotel, it’s easy to get to the city centre to experience some of the best shopping in the U.K outside London and a wide variety of nightlife.

Comments

Check in from: 12 pm
Check out by: 10:30 am

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Directions
By Train:
If you’re travelling to Glasgow by train you need to get off at Central Station or Queens Street station. Botanic Hotel is a few minutes taxi ride from here.
By Car:
Exit the M8 at junction 17 and merge onto the A82, which is Great Western Road. Follow this road and you will find Alfred Terrace on your left hand side, just past Belgrave Terrace. This is where Botanic Hotel is located.
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Botanic Hotel Reviews

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Steven Calder, Scottish (08 September 11)

Very nice room, plenty of space in a very handy location. Would recommend to friends without hesitation.

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Nuria, Spanish (12 August 09)

I read some reviews of the Botanic Hotel before going and I went there expecting something really bad. But it wasn't that bad after all. The hotel was clean, the rooms were simple but comfortable and the staff were nice and friendly. The breakfast wasn't too bad either. I wouldn't mind to stay there again, it was good enough for what we paid. Not spectacular but good enough

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Mathew Villa, British (18 December 08)

Room was small for a single and appeared to be below a staff room, due to loud TV and walking around until late at night. Otherwise, staff were nice, service was good. A real shame the room was a letdown.

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Ron Bailey, British (17 August 08)

Well appointed rooms at a reasonable price but spoilt by the breakfast provided consisting of the cheapest ingredients imaginable. After one we ate out!

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Karen Haddow, Scottish (17 August 08)

This hotel was dirty - the carpet was covered in hairs, the cups were dirty too. The biscuits were six months out of date, and the milk portions had expired. The reception staff barely spoke to us on arrival.

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