I shared a twin bedroom with one of my friends following a gig. We had a pretty good (albeit short) stay - the check-in was smooth, room was as expected, and the hotel's location means the entirety of Glasgow city centre is easily accessible.
Two night stay in this premier inn was just as expected, same standard as every other premier inn from bed quality to friendly staff! Only thing I could mention that could need a slight improvement is the tv’s are old and only digital channels, we didn’t spend much time in the room anyways so wasn’t a deal breaker for this trip. There also was only 4 plugs in our double room, including the plug for the kettle and tv which wasn’t ideal but we made it work
Very pleasant stay. Staff were very friendly and they couldn't do enough to help. Service at meals was good. Service was quick and not a long wait to be served. Room was clean, modern and spacious. Would use again and recommend to others.
We would definitely recommend a stay here it's so close to everything and the staff are really friendly and helpful, the rooms are well equipped and the food is delicious both breakfast and evening meals 👍👍
Windows screwed shut and air con minimum of 19 degrees in a west facing room which has the (admittedly rare) Glasgow sun on it most of the day. Airless, horrible experience and £92 for the pleasure. What’s the point of claiming they have comfortable beds when you can’t breathe?
Everything about this hotel was great the cleanses,the comfort of the bed and pillows the bathroom was great too! very happy with my stay at premier inn would definitely return, already planning to !!!
Hi just spent 3 nights stay here with my husband, we paid for a Premium Plus room which was on the 6th floor, it was quite small, very hot & faced the graveyard so was very quiet, we paid far to much money for this as we booked @ short notice (never again) I will be honest this was not our 1st choice but the Premier inn @ the galleries where we usually stay was fully booked. We didn’t use the restaurant but did use the bar, oh my word we came back for drinks on one of the nights & every single table had dirty glasses on them, one guy serving drinks behind the bar & he looked well stressed out & he didn’t have a minute to even clean tables, I’m bored listening to we’re short staffed, do people just not want to work anymore??? My biggest issue was the toilet which is away down the stairs from the bar area, you can either walk or use the lift but I didn’t feel very safe down there on my own!! Asked for our room to be serviced on each day when we went out, no chocolates left on 2nd day, if you have one of the bottles of water opened will leave you one bottle not 2 this is the little things that u pay extra for in Premier plus rooms, I will say the power shower was good though, glad I brought my own shower mat as one was not provided. Hotel in a good area but the prices are way too high for what u get for a 3 star ⭐️ hotel.…
Excellent. Very clean and comfortable. I wish I had the opportunity to dine in. The hotel was central and very easy to find. It was no distance to commute and could come and go at ease. Excellent stay
Really enjoyed my brief stay at Premier Inn (George Square). I had a bike with Panniers and was en route from South Wales (via Crewe and Glasgow) to the Scottish Highlands. Arriving with my bike off a late train (into Glasgow Central) and with an early train to the Highlands (from Queen Street) this was a stress-free and reliable option for a comfortable overnight stay. I could have kept my bike in my room, but there was also on this occasion a lockable conference room which made for easier storage. Nothing was a problem. The usual high standards and great value of a Premier Inn, with friendly service and a great night's sleep!
Good stay, enjoyable time but hugely over priced for a budget hotel. The breakfast was very nice. Beds extremely comfortable and staff very helpful and friendly. Easy check in and out. But the price just ridiculous.