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Lorne Hotel Glasgow3 Stars
923 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G3 7TQ
Lorne Hotel is located at 923 Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour is a major attraction that is worth visiting. Annan Gallery, situated 1 kilometre away is an ideal place for art lovers.
The stylish rooms and suites at Lorne Hotel are gracefully decorated to ensure a pleasant stay. The amenities in each unit include LCD TV, private bathroom, air-conditioning and hairdryer.
The hotel's restaurant serves traditional dishes in a cosy atmosphere. The cocktail bar is just the place to enjoy a fine glass of drink.
Lorne Hotel Glasgow offers meeting and business facilities to cater for the needs of the travellers. The popular attractions can be visited during free time. Glasgow Botanic Gardens, the Lighthouse, Gallery of Modern Art and Ruchill Park are the places worth visiting.
- 15 km to Airport (Glasgow)
- Airport Transfer
- Conference Facilities
- Internet Access - Wireless
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Safe Deposit Box
- Bar / Lounge
- Disabled Facilities
- Laundry Services
- Parking Facilities
- Business Centre
- Faxing Facilities
- Lift / Elevator
- Photocopying Facilities
- Room Service
- Air Conditioning
- Flat Screen TV
- Bathroom Amenities
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Lorne Hotel Glasgow Guest Reviews (5)
comfortable, and enjoyable. staff helpful and friendly
chart wrote on December 10, 2012
room beside my mums room were partying all night to 6 in morning!they were knocking on her door and as she is 80 it wasnt very nice for her!hope they send us a letter or some sort of appology!
macd wrote on November 26, 2012
Stayed here twice now, both times the staff had some troubles with the computer system but were very apologetic about the delay. Hotel rooms are clean and nicely decorated, ideal location and very well priced.
Miss T.Ray wrote on September 26, 2012
I thought that what I paid for this hotel was shockingly low for a major city. The hotel is perfectly located for exploring Kelvingrove and the University of Glasgow museums and art galleries, and nearby dining options abound. It's a short taxi ride away from the Central and Queen Street stations. My room was tiny and needed some repairs (it looked like the attempts to repair flaws in the wall had been abandoned mid-way), but other than that it was perfectly suitable for a long weekend of exploring Glasgow. The staff was friendly and helpful, and promptly made sure that I could get a good night of sleep when I called at 1 am to complain about a neighboring room blasting loud music, heavy on the bass. When a taxi returned my lost wallet to reception after I had left the country, the hotel staff offered to mail it to me in Sweden. On the other hand, be prepared to do without amenities like room service food after 10 pm (but you can have beers delivered from the downstairs bar!) or essentials like loaner power adapters or sewing kits. Since the heat in the room automatically turns off when you leave the, taking a shower immediately upon returning to the room is not the most pleasant experience: you only get two not particularly fluffy towels and no bathrobe, but I imagine that more towels would have been sent up if I had asked. Overall, I'd definitely go back to the Lorne if I were on a tight budget.
SWE by way of USA wrote on November 20, 2011
Small rooms but well decorated and kept. Nice location within walking distance to West End - several restaurants and pubs on the same street. Would stay here again.
Kohler David wrote on October 23, 2010
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