Abode Glasgow Review
129 Bath Street
Abode Glasgow Review – Set in a coveted spot in the heart of the vibrant city this classic Edwardian townhouse is within walking distance of shops restaurants bars and art galleries making Abode Glasgow ideal for a city break. Individually designed bedrooms contemporary bathrooms and a warm welcome are waiting. Our restaurant offers a tempting array of cocktails to start your evening with style as well as a variety of light meals and snacks. There are 59 bedrooms rated Comfortable Desirable Enviable and Fabulous. Bedrooms have been designed with a sense of luxury and relaxation so the guest can enjoy an ideal night s sleep and wake up refreshed and rejuvenated. The Lounge Bar offers a tempting array of cocktails to start your evening with style as well as a variety of light meals and snacks. ABode Glasgow in the heart of this vibrant and rejuvenated city is your home from home whatever the occasion. It is within walking distance of the city s sights restaurants shopping culture and business. Group bookings constitute over 6 bedrooms and the hotel may contact you to issue a separate cancellation policy.
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Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Disabled Facilities;Air conditioning in rooms;24 Hour Reception;Cots available;Wedding Licence;Wi-Fi Available;Meeting Facilities;Video/DVD Player;TV;Safety Deposit Box;Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room;Hairdryer in each room;Iron And Board In Each Room;Telephone In Each Room;24 Hour Room Service;Wake Up Call Available;Ground floor bedrooms;Lift to all floors;Car Parking Available Offsite;Disabled Access Public Areas;Disabled Access Bedrooms;Wheelchair Access;Wheelchair Access To Reception;Wheelchair Access To Restaurant;Wheelchair Access To Bar;Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms;In-room Broadband;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Wi-Fi Available In Rooms;Bar;Breakfast to go;Video/DVD Library;Radio
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From the South & East:Take the M8 to junction 18 signposted for Kelvinbridge/Charing Cross. Be prepared to exit – there is only one warning of the junction approaching and the exit is from the right hand lane.Follow the slip road to the traffic lights and turn left into Sauchiehall Street. Continue to the T junction and turn right at the Bank of Scotland into Blythswood Street continue two blocks thenturn left into West Regent Street. Take 3rd left into Hope Street then left into Bath Street 1.5 blocksalong Bath Street is The ArtHouse – look for the arched doorway opposite the Sauchiehall Centre.From the West & North:From the A82 (changes to Great Western Road as you approach the city) follow signs for city centreinto Sauchiehall Street. Continue to the T junction and turn right at the Bank of Scotland into Blythswood Street continue two blocks then turn left into West Regent Street. Take 3rd left into Hope Street then left into Bath Street 1.5 blocks along Bath Street is The ArtHouse – look for the arched doorway opposite the Sauchiehall Centre. By Rail:From the North and East arrival into Queen Street Station.From the South arrival into Central Station.Both stations are about 5-10 min walk or taxis are available outside. By Air:Arrival into Glasgow International Airport. Taxis are available at a fixed price to the citycentre at £14.00 or bus service every 20 mins to Buchanan Bus Station. If driving from the airport follow signs for the city centre and take Junction 19 (you should see the Hilton Hotel on your right). At the traffic lights turn left into Pitt Street and 2nd right into West George Street. Continue 5 blocks to Hope Street and turn left – look for the arched doorway opposite the Sauchiehall Centre.
Prices From £70 to £195