Cheap hotel in Glasgow for 23rd of October

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Scotland
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xxlaurissaxxxxlaurissaxx Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Scotland
Hi Guys,

Need some advice.

Does anyone know of cheap hotels for 1 night that wont be over £60???

I know its not alot but im rather skint at the moment due to going off to Africa.

I've got tickets to see Michael McIntyre for my boyfriends birthday on that night but dont want the hassel of running to catch a train back.

Do you think I should wait and try last minute.com nearer the time?

Any help would be appreciated.

xxLaurissaxx
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  • Travelodge, looks to be £40 that night.....
  • try menzies hotel, thats near the secc, its between the secc and the city so its quite handy for everything. nice inside and often do good deals so worth a look.

    also check the premier inn at charing cross thats also near by and cheap.
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    edited 28 August 2009 at 7:01PM
    We stay in the Marriott every time we go to Glasgow now, we know what we're getting and can normally get a room with a super-king size bed and breakfast with plenty change out of a £100... it feels like a little holiday instead of just somewhere to sleep.

    OK so it's not the cheapest, but it feels better value than paying £50 for a basic uncomfy bed and a tiny bar of soap.

    I'd rather have a couple of drinks less and a decent hotel, but that's just me...


    If you only want cheap, try the Etap hotel, basic room is £34.

    I'd make the hotel part of bf's birthday gift and get him one less birthday present....
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  • Try the etap hotel just off paisley road west last time i booked it was £29 but be warned its very very basic :rolleyes:
  • YogibearYogibear Forumite
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    where ever you book don`t go near the Buchanan Hotel it`s the biggest dump that we have EVER been in and not cheap!! tatty carpets drunken manager,minging curtains we were in 4 rooms in one night ended up in a room sounded like the underground was underneath it:mad:
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  • jinky67jinky67 Forumite
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    Yogibear wrote: »
    where ever you book don`t go near the Buchanan Hotel it`s the biggest dump that we have EVER been in and not cheap!! tatty carpets drunken manager,minging curtains we were in 4 rooms in one night ended up in a room sounded like the underground was underneath it:mad:

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  • Campanile Hotel is £62 for that night and is literally 2-3 mins walk from SECC at the end of the car park
  • I would suggest the etap hotel too. We stayed there on the night of our engagement party. What you pay for is what you get - a half decent bed, toilet and shower.
  • conscons Forumite
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    Holiday Express nr St Enouch Center

    £50 inc breakfast for 2.. we booked for the 21st October for Pink gig

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    owtfornowt wrote: »
    I would suggest the etap hotel too. We stayed there on the night of our engagement party. What you pay for is what you get - a half decent bed, toilet and shower.

    Easy walk across the footbridge from SECC too. 20mins all pretty flat.
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