|"wonderful staff and great location"||(in 321 reviews)|
|"Great value for money!"||(in 88 reviews)|
|"Very welcoming, friendly & helpful staff."||(in 204 reviews)|
|"Rooms were not clean."||(in 153 reviews)|
|"beds were not comfortable."||(in 23 reviews)|
|"No water pressur or hot water"||(in 32 reviews)|
Great location and cheap
Shower could be more powerful and warmer
Great value private room
The location couldnt be more central, the staff are very nice and rooms are as good as you can expect. There’s a bar downstairs which serves breakfast too. I stayed at a private room which was amazing for the money I paid. Everything you’d expect in a Hotel room at third of the price.
It’s very noisy with the traffic and trains as well as loud guests in the corridors. I didn’t mind but don’t go if you’re a light sleeper.
The people, the space, the location and the food.
The tv is on the wrong wall on room 718, neither bunk bed has a clear view. The shower was a bit hard to work out and the pressure is not great. The soap in the shower should be actual bath gel or body shampoo not hand hashing foam.
Simple and neat furnishing
The rooms are clean and tidy, I can't complain about that.
The bathroom light in the shower is motion sensing, but it doesn't sense your motion in the shower. So the lights turn off on you about every 2 minutes and you have to get out in the dark and make motion. Not the safest. Also the shower drained poorly so it would overflow if I didn't shut off the water. I actually had to switch rooms when I first got there. The first room had mosquitoes, and smelled musty. The place was cheap, but maybe too cheap.
fine for a night
the beds were comfy enough, checking in and out was very quick, there's a bar conveniently on the first floor, and pretty close to city center and the train stations
the sinks were separate from the toilets, and situated so that if you turned the light on it would wake everyone up, breakfast was expensive and very limited, didn't have soy milk
Friendly staff, close to the city..
Room was alittle cold
the staff were brilliant & the bar was fantastic me & my son loved it.only problem was rooms were too small and at the rate we were paying there was no tea/coffee in rooms and u had to pay for tv .as u get this in other hotels etc.
we thought it was good area for pubs/nightclubs
The central position of the hostel
Windows could maybe double glazed to cut out the noise from the street.
All was favourable except the early morning traffic next time I will have a room at the back!
Probable slamming of rooms doors nothing a little oil would solve other whys home from home almost!!
the staff, the breakfast
the lack of light near of the bed, to pay to be able to see tv. It is the first time I'm in your country and I don't have kettle in the room to be able to have a coffe
Location - The Hostel was near to Central Station in Glasgow. The staff were efficient and friendly. The hostel had good security features such as lifts only able to be operated by Guests.
its very visible to town center.. good location
the Bar Down Stairs, with Pool Table, Fruit Machines. They also gave us £1 off each drink We bought.
i did not like the way we had to sleep on bunkbeds. i know the rooms are small and obviously your a hostel but Bunk Beds not really my Scene.
Euro Hostel Glasgow is a three-star establishment in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland. It is close to the city’s Gallery of Modern Art, but is also within easy walking distance of George Square, the Glasgow Cathedral, the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, the Clyde Auditorium, and the University of Glasgow, too. It is easy to walk to the local metro stations, including the St. Enoch and Bridge Street options, and the Glasgow Argyle Street Station is nearby. The Glasgow International Airport is only 11 minutes by car.
This hostel is meant to provide a simple accommodation and yet it also includes many amenities. There is a buffet breakfast every day, and a common area with a microwave and refrigerator for self-catering. There is also a restaurant with bar and billiards on the premises. Business travelers may book the conference rooms, and there is 24-hour front desk as well as a tour and concierge service. The property features luggage holds and laundry facilities, and the staff are fluent in many languages.
The 115 rooms vary, but most have a private bath with shower and hair dryers are available upon request. There is also free Wi-Fi throughout the building, and those who enjoy a bit of TV can visit the common lounge where a TV area is available.
Euro Hostel Glasgow offers travelers an easy way to enjoy a visit in the heart of Glasgow. The hostel model relies on shared spaces, and for those who would rather dine out instead of in the hostel’s facilities, nearby eateries include the Wagah Grill, Café Sono, the Innfusion Restaurant, and the Glasvegan.
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Euro Hostel Glasgow is located at 318 Clyde Street in Centre, 0.2 miles from the centre of Glasgow. St. Enoch Centre is the closest landmark to Euro Hostel Glasgow.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 10:30 at Euro Hostel Glasgow.
Yes, Euro Hostel Glasgow offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Euro Hostel Glasgow does not offer free parking.
No, Euro Hostel Glasgow does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Euro Hostel Glasgow is 6.9 miles from Glasgow Intl. Euro Hostel Glasgow is 27.6 miles from Glasgow Prestwick.
No, pets are not allowed at Euro Hostel Glasgow.
No, Euro Hostel Glasgow does not have a pool on-site.