We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewshi expresstoby carvery next doorstayed herescrambled egg and beansstrathclyde parktoby innchecked in quicklyhandy locationincluded in the room ratetwin roomtheme parkwould stay againmajor roadworksflat screen tvovernight stopeast kilbrideample car parking
I was planning on staying here on my travels around Scotland. I rang the hotel over the phone to make a reservation for a 3 nights stay. I spoke to representative of Holiday Inn Hotels in India who asked me about my reservation.
Overnight stay. Check in was quick and efficient
Pleasantly surprised, twin room which was spotless and well equipped with hairdryer, tea/coffee facilities & Samsung flat screen tv. Beds were very comfortable and choice of firm/soft pillows. Bathroom was spotless with shower gel and lovely big...More
Our first time back at this hotel after quite a few years. Good rooms with all he required amenities. Complimentary breakfast includes bacon sausage beans and scrambled egg as well as the usual breads, cereals etc.
I have stayed in the hotel several times over the years. It seems to have improved with better bedding and towels but the food is still the same microwaved muck you get in HiEx and I would avoid and go to the Toby Carvery next...More
Overnight stop at Holiday Inn Express, Strathclyde, enroute to Isle of Skye. Located near Toby Carvery and hence good availability of food and drinks. Rooms and bathrooms are small and has basic furnishings. Breakfast meets the minimum requirements and is good for an early morning...More
Response from HelenSunninghill | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I had to catch a train - which took about 20 minutes - to Motherwell - then it was about £9 in taxi from there to the hotel. For my extra night I stayed in the Travelodge in Hill Street in Glasgow - so I could walk to... More
Hi, I had to catch a train - which took about 20 minutes - to Motherwell - then it was about £9 in taxi from there to the hotel. For my extra night I stayed in the Travelodge in Hill Street in Glasgow - so I could walk to Kelvingrove, the shops and then the station the next day. This place is really only handy if you are driving.