Great value for money. The location was excellent close to subway and train station . Room was clean and the bed was comfortable. Friendly hotel staff. The shower room was tiny but that is what you would expect for the price you are paying. Room was quiet and had a good sleep.
Booked on booking.com and paid less than £40 for a night (windowless) Little more than a hostel… Friendly reception staff with great banter. Room on second floor. Slightly confusing signage on exit of stairs - with my room number not listed. Once I found it was pleasntly surprised. Clean and bright and well thought out but tiny… but well planned out except for lack of any surface to place phone. Also quite a strong smell from the drains, both inside room and in corridor - but it seemed to go after a short while of the fans running. Comfy bed. Quite quiet and the lack of window a positive as so often I wake too early with light streaming in. Perfect for the visit I had - not a place for a romantic treat - but a great budget bolt hole. Plenty places nearby for food and drink. Downsides - apart from initial smell and poor signage, I tried using the easyapp to book in - way to complex and overly intrusive in personal data capture which then failed to work - and I am very tech savvy. I’ll certainly use again for solo visits to town - but for pampering the wife I’d probably chose a different hotel.…
The hotel was good and placed us in larger twin as she now has a wheel chair. The room was still small and very warm as the window did not open. Staff where helpful anout extra pillows and taxis, room was clean but dated wall paper coming away from wall roo. 424
I booked Easy Hotel for two reasons, one it’s price , the other it’s location. £42 quid for the night was very cheap compared to other hotels and it was only ten minute walk from the Central Station and even nearer for other city centre parts. The room was very small, but had a bed which was comfortable and a tv as well as a toilet and shower room again that was small . However, the shower was lovely and the entire room very clean. There is a coffee machine and a sweets / crisps machine in reception , both requiring payment, but there are also coffee shops and cafes as well as convenience stores in the immediate vicinity. I also found the reception staff very pleasant and if I was in the area again I would stay here with no hesitation.
Sorry but worst hotel ever stayed in , heard every flush and shower of everyone , air conditioning so loud and strong asked for it to be switched off (vents directly above bed so was blowing straight into face), but still on 2 hrs later. Its budget hotel and you get what you pay for ,but really only a bed and a bin in the room ,not even a bed side table to put a phone or a drink on if staying more than one night no where to put clothes , bathroom not exactly the best either was even left previous occupents hair band on the bathroom floor! . Was booked in for 5 days have left after one night. Staying in a much nicer place now. The only thing i can say something nice about was the overnight receptionist was very nice and very friendly . Morning person walking down corridor , asked if leaving i said yes and told to put key card in box and walked away , not how was your stay a goodbye nothing. Maybe could of sorted concerns out if they would of spoken more than a few words to a guest .…
Came to glasgow the weekend of 20-23rd for a stag weekend and had the best time . Girls on reception Demmi and Charlotte , were the best of help and best craic, dealing with our nonsense. Thank you for having us.
Title says it all, if you like getting stalked, harassed and accused of "Sneaking" people into a hotel that literally have a room key for a different room on there person. Then book this hotel right up! I've never seen such splendid service. The way the staff member shouts at you at 4am, calls you a liar and ruins your stay. I'd pay just to see the customer service again, honestly one of the best experiences of my life. As for the room itself, basic. box. oven. prison, train toilet, council. Is the words I'd use to describe it. I'd suggest you invest in some entertainment for your night staff, this women seemed like she'd been waiting for hours to get into some sort of action with a guest - definitely wasn't her first conflict of the night and most likely not her last.
Booked this hotel for a concert, rooms are quite small but that didn’t bother me. I didnt have a window in my room so it was extra dark at night, also meant it was pitch black even at 11am, perfect for me. Only downside is that the vending machine didnt give me my irn bru as it got stuck lol
Staff at reception were friendly and apologised right off the bat for the lift malfunction, and whilst the room itself wasn't fancy or spacious, it was exactly what I expected for the money I gave. It was cleaned well and had a tv, radiator and on-suite bathroom (although the shower was small and close to the toilet, which meant that when you used it the water spread out all over the bathroom).
When you first enter room you are a little taken back by the size. Since it was just myself it was fine. I would only recommend the rooms with windows as the internal rooms may feel claustrophobic. Windows don't open but there is central aircon and temp can be adjusted at reception, amazing. There is no tea and coffee facilities in the rooms but there is a great coffee machine in lobby for £1.60. The staff were amazing, top notch and the manager Anika was the best ever. I usually stay next door at the travel lodge but if I was by myself I would probably pick here if the rate was cheaper or if it was the summer as the Travel Lodge rooms can become saunas. My favourite location in Glasgow to stay.