Glasgow Hotesl, B & Bs, Where to eat, Where to stay

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Is Glasgow your vacation destination this summer? Then simply keep yourself tension free about food and lodging as this city has a lot to offer in its kitty.

If you have made up your mind to spend ample money to buy the best of food and accommodation for you and your family then there are quite a number of extremely beautiful and luxurious hotels in Glasgow that excel in hospitality and guest satisfaction. You just name the delicacy you want to taste and they can offer you the best dishes which are exceptionally tasteful and appetizingly garnished. The restaurants have nice friendly ambience with a variety of cuisines in their kitchen.

When you have those excess pounds in your pocket, the options of lavish accommodations are profuse in count. Hotels like The Carlton George hotel, Millennium Hotel, George Square and the 20 stories five star hotel of Glasgow, Glasgow Hilton will provide you an accommodation with the essence of the city-life as they are located near the city center. Boutique hotels like Groucho Saint Jude’s are the nominally luxurious ones. Holiday Inn Garden Resort is well known for its excellent facilities at a reasonable cost.

The hotels at the inner part of the city of Glasgow near the Charing Cross district are famous for their vicinity to some of the best theatres and shopping malls. The Theatre Hotel and The premier Lodge are worth mention for their ambience and breathtakingly spectacular views. But if you have a strained budget and want to spend less for the lodging then Enterprize hotel, Rennie Mackintosh Hotel and The Old School House are probably the best options for you.

Being in Glasgow never think twice to ask for the flavor and cuisine that lures your taste buds the most as this city is full of all types of restaurants specializing in delicacies from all over the world. If it is Szechuan or Cantonese food you are longing for then the Amber regent is the best place to visit.

Café Rogano is has quite a balanced combination of light snacks, vegetarian and some delicious Lebanese dishes. Bluu at the Albion Street is an authentic Brasserie restaurant famous for its “Buffalo Mozzarella Ravioli.” Yen restaurant can be your preferred destination if you are a fan of Thai cuisine. 78st Vincent Street for French food and Ashoka for Indian dishes are quite famous. And never forget to taste the popular local dish off Glasgow- deep fried pizza.

 

 

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