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West of Glasgow Hotels

Here you will find our selection of hotels and accommodation in and around Glasgow West.

Glasgow's West End refers to the bohemian  district of cafés, tea rooms, bars, boutiques, upmarket hotels, clubs and restaurants in the hinterland of Kelvingrove Park, the University of Glasgow, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, especially on the area's main thoroughfare, Byres Road, and on Ashton Lane.

The area is popular with tourists, and contains many hotels, including the prestigious One Devonshire Gardens, which has accommodated a number of celebrity guests on visits to the city.

The area is home to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena, Henry Wood Hall (home of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and the Museum of Transport, which is to be rebuilt on a former dockland site at Glasgow Harbour to a design by Zaha Hadid. The West End Festival, one of Glasgow's largest festivals, is held annually in June.

Check our list of hotels and the price comparison page given along with each hotel. Also check our selection of self catering cottages in Scotland.

Bishopton Hotels (2)

Bishopton village is famous for the Royal Ordnance Factory, was built in World War II

Clydebank Hotels (3)

Clydebank is a town in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Situated on the north bank of the River Clyde

Dumbarton Hotels (7)

Famous for Dumbarton Castle that sits on Dumbarton Rock, at the east bank mouth of the River Leven.

Gourock Hotels (2)

Gourock, an erstwhile fishing village has evolved into the traditional county of Renfrewshire at present.

Greenock Hotels (2)

A beautiful port city that was featured in several creative works such as Alan Sharp's 1965 novel A Green Tree in Gedde.

Langbank Hotels (1)

A village on the south bank of the River Clyde ,Langbank was an erstwhile ship building centre. Along the shoreline at Langbank you can still see the remains of the timber ponds.

Paisley Hotels (13)

Home to some of Scotland's major religious houses such as Paisley Abbey.

Renfrew Hotels (3)

Renfrew is famous for its shipbuilding industry.

Bridge Of Weir Hotels (1)

Bridge Of Weir is a village that is well known for its golf history and its two famous golf courses.

Rosebank Hotels (1)

Situated on the banks of the River Clyde,Rosebank is one of the least-populated settlements in South Lanarkshire.

Here you will find our selection of hotels and accommodation in and around Glasgow West.

Glasgow's West End refers to the bohemian  district of cafés, tea rooms, bars, boutiques, upmarket hotels, clubs and restaurants in the hinterland of Kelvingrove Park, the University of Glasgow, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, especially on the area's main thoroughfare, Byres Road, and on Ashton Lane.

The area is popular with tourists, and contains many hotels, including the prestigious One Devonshire Gardens, which has accommodated a number of celebrity guests on visits to the city.

The area is home to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena, Henry Wood Hall (home of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and the Museum of Transport, which is to be rebuilt on a former dockland site at Glasgow Harbour to a design by Zaha Hadid. The West End Festival, one of Glasgow's largest festivals, is held annually in June.

Check our list of hotels and the price comparison page given along with each hotel. Also check our selection of self catering cottages in Scotland.