Malmaison has developed a reputation for converting old character buildings into elegant, unique and modern hotels. The Glasgow Malmaison is no different. A former Episcopal church, the Glasgow Mal is located high on West George Street – Glasgow’s famous and bustling shopping hub. The 4 Star Malmaison is a chic, modern hotel with a fine brasserie and stylish bar. The hotel has a vibrant boutique style, mixed with some of the church’s original features. The elegant bedrooms have wonderful, comfy beds, power showers, toiletries and CD players.
There are 72 stylish and spacious guestrooms at the Malmaison Hotel in Glasgow. The soft accent lighting provides the perfect atmosphere in which to relax & unwind after a hectic day of sightseeing around the city.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Power Shower
- CD Player
- Satellite TV
- Same-Day Laundry ervice
- Exclusive Toiletries (you’re encouraged to take!)
- ‘Vroom’ Room Service
- High-Speed Internet Access
At Malmaison, they always try to keep it local. The hotel;s Head Chef has hunted high and low, but never too far away to bring the region’s hidden food secrets to your table. Whether it’s kippers smoked from that hard to find coastal hideaway or the to-die-for crumbly cheese from a nearby family run dairy, you’re sure to be impressed.
Simple British classic dishes, uncompromising in quality, generous in portions. Dishes prepared with a divine inspiration talk to you. The Brasserie at the Glasgow Malmaison seats up to 80 people. This is dining with a difference, as evidenced by the intimate booths in the original church crypt.
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.