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Stayed in room 101 and the condition of cleanliness in the shower was nothing short of disgusting , room was freezing cold , when checking in the window was open to the half but even after closing it and trying to turn heating up ,...More
I was staying at this lovely hotels just for 2 nights during a conference. The DevonCove Hotel is very close to local shops on Argyle Street and also within 10/15 mins from the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) which is where I needed to...More
After a few teething problems we settled in a nice room. Staff pleasant especially John on reception who sorted out our teething problems. Breakfast nice and lovely new restaurant on the ground floor of the hotel. Only problem was the wifi - we couldn't always...More
first room offered had black mould on bathroom roof and on tiles ,second room was no better ,third room had no mould in bathroom but did have on ceiling directly over bed the smoke alarm was covered up with tape ,fourth room was better was...More
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Response from robinGlasgowUk, Reception Manager at Devoncove HotelResponded 23 February 2016
I am very sorry that you were unhappy with the conditions of the rooms you were given. All of our rooms are undergoing refurbishment so that issues do not occur again.
I am pleased that Karolina dealt with so efficiently and that a full refund...More
I have stayed at this hotel about 4 years ago for a run.
I stayed this time for a weekend away and a visit to the SSE.
Its in a great location for sse arena and shopping.
Plus free parking at the back of the...More
Response from robinGlasgowUk, Manager at Devoncove HotelResponded 23 February 2016
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. I would like to draw your attention to the fact that there are two ways in to our car park and the entrance directly next to it avoids the road - the condition of which...More