This conveniently-located boutique property set in a Georgian townhouse has an unusual and artful style to its central space, with tiled walls, a granite staircase winding around a water wall, and a vintage, gated elevator rising up through the middle. The corridors are equally retro in style, with white tiles covering the lower half of the walls and gold-embossed, lion-print wallpaper above.
Brasserie aBode has wooden floors, white tiled walls and a good menu including several classic dishes, while Pie & Brew is the hotel’s pub venue, with a focus on craft beers and homemade pies.
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Each of the 59 rooms here is bright and stylish with bold feature wallpaper behind the bed and tartan cushions and throws. Muted natural tones of moss, gorse and purple heather contrast with soft greys and warm woods in the Comfortable, Desirable, Enviable and Fabulous rooms. Enviable rooms and above have high ceilings, a Nespresso machine and a sofa bed, while Fabulous rooms have wood panels, a fireplace and large bathrooms with free-standing roll-top baths and a monsoon shower. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi and are fitted with air conditioning and secondary glazing to reduce street noise.
ABode is situated on Bath Street, northwest of Glasgow Central Station around a ten-minute walk from the Gallery of Modern Art. The immediate street outside the entrance isn’t too inspiring but a main shopping street is just around the corner. It takes around 20 minutes to drive to the airport, depending on traffic.
Food and Drink
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in Brasserie aBode, a bright and cheerful space with wooden floors, comfortable leather booths and tiled walls. The menu is limited but offers a choice of popular classic dishes. Beneath the hotel, Pie & Brew, is an informal pub venue which serves a range of hand-made pies and craft beers and offers regular live music and DJ sets in the evening.
We love the hotel’s unusual design and convenient location. The central stairs, gilded vintage lift, and the quirky rooms all have great individual style
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Discover musical Glasgow on this two-hour walking tour. It explores the city’s legendary musical heritage, throws light on the bands, venues and artistic collaborations that were pivotal to its success, and looks at the current state of the city’s music scene.
Discover Glasgow’s thriving creative scene on this half-day walking tour of the city’s street-art sites. With numerous murals created by a variety of international artists, the works offer social commentary as well as an insight into the city’s history and development.