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Glasgow Swallow
517 Paisley Road West

G51 1RW | View map

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The Swallow Glasgow is a busy, friendly, modern hotel on the outskirts of the city centre, offering an ideal base from which to enjoy the thriving and cultural city of Glasgow. The hotel is a great location for exploring the west coast of Scotland and is within easy reach of Glasgow Airport and the SECC.

The hotel hosts 116 bedrooms, all with private bathrooms and equipped with satellite television, telephone, hospitality tray and hairdryer. The hotel's Readers Restaurant provides a comfortable setting to relax, where you can enjoy the many fine dishes available from our traditional bistro style menu. Whilst staying at the hotel you can enjoy free access to the fully air-conditioned Leisure Club, complete with indoor heated pool, sauna and steam room, spa, impulse showers and solarium, perfect for when you need to escape from day to day pressures.

The Swallow Glasgow hotel is widely known for its hospitality and friendly atmosphere, and with the city centre just a minutes drive away is the perfect city break.

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Number of Rooms: 116
Number Ensuite: 116
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Name: Readers Restaurant

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