The Grand Central Hotel opened its doors in the heart of Glasgow in 1883. Constructed in the Queen Anne Victorian style, the hotel is a great example of this architectural approach, complete with picturesque details, intricate gables and multi-paned windows. The Grand Central Hotel took its place in history as the venue to which the world’s first long-distance television pictures were transmitted on 24 May 1927 by John Logie Baird. Since then, the Central Hotel has entertained most of the world’s leading politicians - from JFK to Winston Churchill, and a multitude of Hollywood superstars including Frank Sinatra & Roy Rogers. A much-loved icon in the city, the hotel has recently undergone a 20 million pound refurbishment, assuring its place as one of Glasgow’s leading 4-star hotels. The hotel was the winner of 7 awards at the Scottish Hotel Awards 2013, including Scottish Hotel of the Year.
Charming and cozy, our bedrooms at the Grand Central Hotel are thoughtfully furnished to create a relaxing environment after a long day of work or exploration.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Flat-Screen TV
- On-Demand Movies
- Laptop Safe
- Clock Radio
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Work Desk
- Iron & Ironing Board
With its sophisticated interior, the Tempus Bar & Restaurant delivers a unique dining experience at the Grand Central Hotel with comfort, style, taste and quality as standard. Positioned in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre with direct access from Hope Street, the restaurant offers stunning food in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Using locally sourced seasonal produce across a range of traditional favourites and local specialties, along with an extensive and unique drinks and cocktail menu, make Tempus Bar & Restaurant a great meeting place in Glasgow for friends, family or work colleagues. And with its position on Glasgow Central Station, it’s an easy commute home.
Champagne Central Bar:
Located in the heart of Glasgow, within the ‘style mile’, Champagne Central boasts many original features including pillars, domed ceiling and marble floor and is one of the most stylish and glamorous places in Glasgow to enjoy a glass of bubbles. With an extensive list of Champagnes, fine wines, delicious cocktails and premium drinks and a delicate and sophisticated menu including seafood and caviar, indulge yourself whilst people watching with the fabulous view over Central Station. Or why not sample a delicious afternoon tea including the Rose Tea Experience for £35.00 per person? Includes BrewHaHa Rose Infusion Tea and a glass of Besserat Rose Champagne, sandwiches and a selection of homemade scones, cakes and macaroons.
Deli Central can be accessed directly from Central Station in Glasgow. The deli offers delicious, fresh local food in a relaxed and comfortable environment both to eat in and take away. You can relax, enjoy a quick bite to eat and take advance of free WIFI in the heart of the city centre.
On The Map: Glasgow is located in the southwest of Scotland. The city is well served by a good network of roads and motorways, including the M8 from Edinburgh to the east, and M74 from Carlisle, England to the south.
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, is vibrant and downright sassy. It bubbles with sensational cuisine and raucous nightlife. Along the revitalized River Clyde, you’ll discover Glasgow’s seagoing heritage as you wander the riverfront walkways. Museums, galleries and trendy street-cafes abound. The extraordinary Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a marvel. Listen to the music pouring out of pubs—it’s among the best home-grown sounds in Britain. Step inside and nurse a pint of local brew in one of the city’s perfect watering holes. Scotland’s largest city is a cultural dynamo–no false pretences in Glasgow. Its urban mayhem and offbeat style lets you know that this city is all about fun, friends, and the joy of life. Glasgow is a metropolis that is 100% gregarious and down-to-earth.