Hotels at secc please

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Scotland
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sophie-louises-mumsophie-louises-mum Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Scotland
Hi, can anyone tell me the names of the hotels at secc please, i am taking my mum to Hairspray on the 5th of may and had it all planned out for childcare ,now the election is the next day:mad: so youngest dd school will be shut i was aware this was in the pipeline(was just hoping it wouldnt be that date lol) so had hung of booking sumwhere to stay. Oldest dd is 16 so will look after little one when we are at the show but will now need a family room, usually stay in the centre when in Glasgow but think it would be easier at secc,( just wouldnt be sure about transport back into city late at night) and if the hotel had a pool that would be a bonus. thanks in advance and hope my rambling tale makes sense:rotfl:

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  • teapot2teapot2 Forumite
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    The three nearest hotels to SECC ie right next to it are the Crown Plaza, Campanile and the City Inn. There are some others a bit further away but still within walking distance - just google 'hotels near SECC'
    Hope you have a good time :-)
  • If I want a hotel anywhere my first port of call is a certain auction site where they frequently auction of travelodges.

    My second port is a website that deals in "laterooms", if you put www at the beginning and.co.uk at the end you may find the website :-). You can sort by price and location and they even have honest reviews from previous bookers
  • simmeysimmey Forumite
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    We stay in the Premier Inn on Argyle Street, it's about 15-20 mins walk to the SECC, just follow the clyde all the way to it and it's only 5 mins walk to the train station in the other direction, close to the shops aswell.
  • the menzies has a pool, not too much of a walk - not sure what the rates will be like though.
  • cazziebocazziebo Forumite
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    Used all three...

    City Inn - very stylish, nice if you get a river view, rooms are small but comfortable. Food excellent. Might be lucky and get a deal

    Crowne Plaza - buzzing when there is a big concert on! large hotel, good staff, expensive. Only one of the three that might have a pool - ashamed to say I don't know!

    Campanile, very comfortable, more budget, nice enough. very friendly and good food

    If you want the kids nearby I'd probably go for one of these.

    Transport is easy from SECC to City Centre - just over the walkway to train station, minutes to Centre and that would give you any of the city centre hotels.
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