Maldron Hotel Glasgow City

The brand new 4-star Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is ideally located on the corner of Renfrew Street and Renfield Street, just north of Glasgow city centre.

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Welcome to Maldron Hotel Glasgow City

The 4 star Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is the only new 4-star hotel to arrive in Glasgow in 2021. The hotel has 300 air-conditioned stylish bedrooms, designed with our guests’ comfort in mind. The hotel also includes a spacious bar and restaurant, as well as state-of-the-art meeting room facilities.

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Spacious airy clean & staff were v friendly & helpful will definitely stay again
 
Yvonne Doyle

Situated within walking distance to many of Glasgow’s finest attractions such as George’s Square, The Royal Concert Hall and Buchannan Galleries, the hotel provides the perfect base for exploring Glasgow. The hotel is a short walk to Glasgow Queen Street Station and Central Rail Station and is easily accessible by bus from Glasgow Airport.

Due to open its doors in March 2021, this four star hotel will have 300 air-conditioned stylish bedrooms, designed with our guests comfort in mind. The hotel will also include a spacious bar and restaurant, as well as state-of-the-art meeting room facilities.

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