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Smiths Hotel
963 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow
Glasgow

G3 7TQ | View map

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Established in 1928, Smiths Hotel is a warm and friendly, family-run hotel set in an elegant Victorian town house in Glasgow’s West End. The hotel is ideally located within short walking distance from Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow Art Galleries, Glasgow Transport Museum and the University of Glasgow, with its imposing neo-gothic architectural design. Glasgow city centre lies less than 1 km to the east of the hotel and is easily accessible on foot and public transport.

The proprietors and staff pride themselves in successfully running Smith’s Hotel for over four decades and provide excellent and attentive service to guests, providing comprehensive tourist information of Glasgow and Scotland and recommendations on Restaurants, Bars, Shopping, Cultural Events and Performances.

Traditional Scottish Breakfasts are included in the price of your accommodation. All breakfasts are prepared, cooked and presented to a high standard with vegetarians being catered for.

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Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast & VAT
Double: £20 - £26
Twin: £20 - £26 - Family/triple room from £48
Single: £26 - £36
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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