Hotel Door

This deluxe and sumptuous spa hotel and resort is within striking distance of both the city centre and the airport.  A converted baronial mansion house, from the moment you arrive you know you are in for a treat – from its sublime, wooded location next to the meandering River Clyde to its landscaped gardens and well tended, championship level golf course – this five star establishment really is the last word in luxury.

The first class business suites makes this hotel a prime venue for impressive business transactions and events.  The fully equipped rooms are a pleasure to use and after business has concluded there is an indoor swimming pool, a leisure club and a spa to make use of. The dining options are also just as impressive, with the finest locally produced fare being served all day in the fine restaurant. There is also a beautiful terrace area which is perfect for taking drinks on.  Parking is free onsite as is the internet in the lobby area.  The 24 hour reception are helpful and friendly and can organise any one of many services for you including the use of the hotel limousine service, VIP, butler and valet services, room service, postal and fax facilities and security deposit boxes.

All the individually designed and guestrooms are a delight to stay in.  Facilities in all the rooms includes the use of fluffy bathrobes and slippers, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, complimentary mineral water, cable TV, a DVD/CD player, interconnecting rooms for large groups and families,  a safe with notebook plug, a work station with a lamp and high speed internet connection,  a turndown service, daily housekeeping, a trouser press, a mini bar, a sewing kit, an iron and ironing board, a telephone and alarm calls.

Our top picks in the local area

For families

Glasgow Science Centre is housed in a highly futuristic, gleaming building.  The interactive exhibits are spread over three floors of fun and discovery including an IMAX cinema and planetarium.

For romance

Loch Lomand is a relatively short hop from Glasgow and should most defiantly be on your romantic itinerary.  Hauntingly beautiful, with a variety of activities to keep you warm on a cold day, this stunning stretch of water is well worth the effort.

For culture

The National Piping Centre is Scotland’s centre of excellence when it comes to the most Scottish of sounds – bagpipe music.  Love it or hate it, you should not miss this experience which will make sure that you have completely captured the essence of Scotland in your trip.

For shopping

Bower Bird is an intimate boutique lifestyle shop whose aim is to sell practically anything, so long as it’s beautiful.  With a wide price range, there is something for anyone in here.

For eating out

The flawless service, top notch food and buzzing vibe at Fanny Trollope’s always ensures that this eatery is packed every night of the week.  Pus it also operates a BYO bottle policy (with a small corkage charge), so it can be a cheaper meal out than many other places.

For nightlife

Barrowlands is an excellent rock and pop venue where the late night clubbing scene is alive and well thank you very much!  While this club may not have the fashionable glitz of its counterparts in the trendier parts of town, this friendly spot is the perfect place for drinking and dancing with friends into the small hours of the morning.


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