Luxury Spa Glasgow
There is a fantastic variety of attractions, museums, galleries, shops, festivals and concerts to be enjoyed throughout the year and with an integrated transport system in and around the city, exploring really couldn't be easier. Or take a little guidance and enjoy a tour of this fabulous city. Glasgow is also fantastically placed to discover some of Scotland's glorious outdoors. Using the great train links that run through Glasgow's two main train stations (Central and Queen Street) or hiring your own car to explore on your own, it's definitely worth a trip.
Directions to Hotel
Travelling By Train Glasgow has two railway stations: Central and Queen Street. Central Station is the main station, situated on Gordon Street - half a mile away and is approximately 3 minutes by taxi to the hotel. Queen Street Station is located next to George Square and is also 3 minutes by taxi.
Banquets & Meetings
Maintaining firm links to the historical past of Blythswood Square, the private dining and events suites will be the most stylish areas to hire for your corporate conference, meeting or other event in Glasgow.
The Screening Room is the first of its kind in Glasgow. This luxurious projection room, seating up to 45 guests is well-suited to hire for private film screenings, product launches and corporate presentations.
Fine Dining on Site
Formally the RSAC's ballroom, the restaurant at Blythswood Square will be no ordinary city centre hotel restaurant. This 120-cover restaurant and cocktail bar is certain to impress with its high ceilings and grand dimensions.
12 metre vitality pool with 5 swan neck massage fountains, Hydrotherapy spa pool, Dark vitality pool, and Cold plunge pool.
The Spa at the Blythswood Square hotel, situated in Glasgow's city centre, will cover an area of 10, 000 square feet and will incorporate 9 luxury treatment rooms, a thermal suite with a range of experiences, two relaxation pools, a rasul mud chamber, a relaxing lounge and cafe area plus several additional relaxation areas.