Area attractions, including Garnethill Synagogue and Sauchiehall Street are located only a short walk from the 3-star Hampton Court Hotel - City Glasgow. This Glasgow guest house offers an a parking nearby.
Buchanan Street is a 17-minute stroll from the accommodation, while Queens Park is a 10-minute drive away. The city centre is about 10 minutes on foot. Glasgow Tower lies 1.6 km of the property.
Glasgow airport is a 19-minute drive away, while Glasgow Central railway station is within 15 minutes' walk.
Furnished with a work desk, each room is allergy-free and has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with a separate toilet and a shower.
Eat & Drink
Hampton Court Hotel - City offers a continental breakfast daily. The restaurant Sichuan House awaits guests with a selection of Asian and Chinese dishes.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby at GBP 6 per day.
The staff at the hotel speaks English, Italian, Hindi, Thai, Urdu.
Number of rooms: 22.
Former name: Hampton Court Hotel
GBP 6 per day
Express check-in/ -out
VIP check-in/ -out
- Luggage storage
- 24-hour services
- Kitchen facilities
- Check-in/ Check-out
- Sports activities
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Sea view
- Garden view
- City view
- Mountain view
- Pool view
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 Double bed
Bed options:1 Double bed
Bed options:1 Single bed
- City landmarks
this was pleasant property with fantastic staff and location. great bedroom and luxury bathroom.
Location and staff. Everything was perfect.
Lush place, loved it.
Handy location, functional decor. Tiny room, modern bathroom. The place is 10 mins walk to the heart of the city...
Staff was knowledgeable and hotel was spotlessly clean.
Breakfast was good, the staff was helpful. Moreover, we could park our car nearby. It was centrally located
Can't wait to come back if ever in Glasgow, it was dope! Had good sleep at the twin room. Reception staff very appreciated. Besides, there was public parking: )
Greeted by a handsome manager , very friendly and helpful , knew alot about the area room was clean , spacious and everything worked except the wifi signal was a bit weak upstairs but overall very good, got the room at a excellent price through Booked.net,wonderful Guesthouse in the city easy to get from the bus station ill be back again and would recommend to anyone thanks for a great stay !!
The hotel is great value for money and the staff are very friendly and helpful
This hotel is very central for shopping, eating out and near to the site where the sight seeing bus tours leave. It has helpful and friendly staff and is great value for money. The breakfasts were very tasty with the bacon extremely tasty.
There was nothing that I did not like.
The manager, Eddie, was fantastic and really looked after us very well. Pleasant and helpfull, phoned us taxis and took an interest in everyone staying there. His Mum was absoloutely lovely too. My friends enjoyed a large cooked breakfast. Will definately go there again.
Great location, 24hr reception, quick check in/out, good shower in our en-suite room.
The premises is very dated, be prepared for this, but then again you get what you pay for and it's good value.
The best thing about Hampton Court was its location in the heart of Glasgow. The staff and management were helpful and accommodative.
The rooms are a little cramped and should be cleaned more often
Near to shops for our wee shopping spree
The 2nd room we had was upstairs with a view of the city
-The first room was ground floor/basement (?) and had no windows -Wifi only worked in the lobby -The breakfast was the exact same "Scottish breakfast" we'd been having for 2 weeks, not even a variety of breads/rolls/danish for those who want a continental breakfast
the staff were great and friendly, a very handy location close to the buchannan bus station and charing cross train station, a small hop to sauchiehall st. and short walk to the shop and bars.
they should try and fit out more rooms with ensuits.