Glasgow

Romantic hotels in Glasgow for a couples weekend

If the time has come for a romantic break in Scotland, you and your partner will fall head over heels for Scotland’s biggest city, Glasgow

Handsome buildings, fascinating tales of an industrial past, a world-famous music scene and a fabulous foodie offering are all part and parcel of Glasgow’s buzzing vibe. With a vast range of hotel offerings from luxury spas to boutique stays, it’s time to discover why Glasgow and romance go hand in hand.

Rooftop romance at the Blythswood Square Hotel

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Below Scotland’s largest city lies 10,000 sq ft of sheer luxury. This five star hotel boasts one of the finest spa facilities in Scotland, with vitality and hydrotherapy spa pools, a crystal steam room, a range of thermal experiences, and treatments using Scottish seaweed. The perfect treat for you and your love.

Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel

Top rated
Glasgow
9.3 Excellent (2737 reviews)

Affordable luxury for a romantic Glasgow weekend at CitizenM

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Glasgow’s self-proclaimed coolest hotel, CitizenM’s mantra is ‘affordable luxury’ with innovatively-designed bedrooms, super comfy beds and a 24/7 canteen, which serves delicious treats from fresh sushi to hearty Scottish dishes. In the heart of Glasgow, this stylish, funky space is perfect for tech-savvy travellers with free WiFi and touch screen mood pads helping you to create romantic ambient room lighting, smart TV and wake-up alarms.

citizenM Glasgow

Top rated
Glasgow
8.9 Excellent (6873 reviews)

A decadent romantic experience at the Hotel Du Vin Glasgow

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In a peaceful tree-lined setting, Hotel Du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens is an idyllic escape in the West End. Inside a beautiful Victorian terrace building, this boutique hotel has gorgeous bedrooms, elegant furnishings and a fabulous 3AA Rosette bistro, with elaborate tasting menus to set your senses alight.

Hotel du Vin Glasgow

Top rated
Glasgow
8.9 Excellent (1190 reviews)

Champagne and romance at the Grand Central Hotel Glasgow

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It’s easy to feel like you’ve been transported into another era as you enter the Grand Central Hotel. Just opposite Glasgow’s Central Station, it’s one of the city’s iconic Victorian landmarks which has been sympathetically restored in recent years. It simply oozes class and style. Head to the hotel’s champagne bar to indulge in a glass of vintage bubbly or sit down for some scrumptious afternoon tea. The hotel has played host to Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill, so you’ll be in fine company by booking a room here.

Grand Central Hotel

Glasgow
8.2 Very good (7535 reviews)

Cosy up at the Argyll Hotel Glasgow

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This cheerful and affordable small hotel on Sauchiehall Street prides itself on being a real ‘home from home’. The clan-themed guestrooms are adorned with tartan flourishes, and the inviting Sutherland’s Restaurant has a roaring open fire for a cosy night in. The hotel hosts ceilidhs and traditional music nights, so you might never want to leave the premises!

Argyll Hotel

Glasgow
7.9 Good (1985 reviews)

A modern romance at the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor

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With all the modern finishes that you’d expect from a Hilton, mixed with the Georgian architecture and elegance of Glasgow’s West End, the Hilton Grosvenor has all the makings of a special break. Have a delicious meal in the highly-acclaimed Bo’vine Meats & Wines, famous for its steak, and sip on fabulous gin cocktails at beGin next door. Or, simply stay in the hotel and sit out on the hotel’s terrace which overlooks Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens.

Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor

Glasgow
8.1 Very good (1704 reviews)

Indulge at the Dakota Deluxe Glasgow

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At the Dakota Deluxe, you’ll find an exquisite attention to detail from the lobby furnishings to the spacious bedrooms with muted grey tones and calming décor. The hotel serves up fine cuisine in its very own bar and grill and the establishment is situated in a handy, yet quiet, spot in the heart of Glasgow.

Dakota Deluxe

Top rated
Glasgow
9.3 Excellent (551 reviews)

An Edinburgh dweller, Annierose is a Content Executive at VisitScotland. Her favourite things include the seaside, road trips, jogging around Edinburgh, taking pictures and adventuring through as much of Scotland and the world as possible!