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B and Bs in Hillhead

Hillhead Hotel
32 Cecil Street
Hillhead
Glasgow

G12 8RJ | View map

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Book OnlineSituated in the West End of Glasgow, a prime location for enjoying this cultural, trendy part of town or for commuting into the City Centre. The West End of Glasgow is geared for tourists and visitors alike with its network of buses, 2 underground stations and within walking distance to many attractions.

We are a modest, budget hotel and cater for visitors and tourists alike. We recommend that you start your day in Hillhead, Glasgow with our mouth watering full breakfast. For our hotel residents we offer free parking at the rear of the hotel. We have a dozen rooms ranging from a single to a family size.

Our tariff is fixed depending on your party number and room requirement and we offer special rates for large groups, students and pensioners.

The West End of Glasgow is home to Glasgow University which is only a 5 minute walk from Hillhead Hotel. Kelvingrove Gardens and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum are only a short distance away. The 2 main roads in the West End are Great Western Road and Byres Road both aligned with lovely eateries and pubs to help you unwind and enjoy your stay!

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Double: 22
Twin: 22 - 25
Triple & Family Rooms available
Single: 36
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