2017 Glasgow


Radisson Blu Hotel Glasgow

Address: 301 Argyle Street, G2 8DL Glasgow, United Kingdom

Website: https://www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-glasgow

With easy access to transport options, shopping destinations and the SSE Hydro, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is the perfect accommodation choice for any traveller. Choose from any of our 247 stylish rooms and suites, designed by famed architects Murray and Dunlop, and enjoy amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet. Enjoy the delectable and creative fare of Collage Restaurant, then stop by our 2 on-site bars for perfectly poured cocktails, wine and beer. Guests receive complimentary access to Sports Direct with fitness and wellness facilities. Our exceptional meeting facilities are some of the best in the city, boasting 15 meeting rooms.


  • A short walk connects guests with the city’s network of bus, urban rail and underground transport systems. The tourist bus even stops at the hotel’s doors. Buchanan bus station and Queen Street rail station are 10 minutes away.
  • Glasgow airport is 12 kilometres from the hotel (about 20 minutes by taxi). The airport bus is a quick and affordable option to reach the hotel; leave the bus at Central Station and walk 200 metres down Hope Street to find the hotel.
  • The 40-minute trains to Edinburgh run every 15 minutes.
  • The M8 and M74 motorways are both just 2 minutes from Radisson Blu Glasgow.
  • NCP Oswald Street car park – GBP 8 per 24 hours (includes 1 journey in and out)
  • Q-Park on Jamaica Street – GBP 6 per 24 hours (discounted guest rate)
  • Valet parking costs GBP 21 for 24 hours.


From the East, South and North – Exit the M8 at Junction 19 – SECC. At the traffic lights, carry straight on and turn left at the next set of lights onto the Broomielaw. Continue along the Broomielaw through three sets of traffic lights and turn left at the fourth set of lights onto Oswald Street. At the crossroads, turn left onto Argyle Street. Radisson Blu Hotel Glasgow is on your left hand side.

From the West – Exit the M8 at Junction 18 – City Centre. Continue along Bothwell Street at the traffic lights. At the next set of lights turn right onto Wellington Street. Continue down Wellington Street straight through the next two sets of lights onto Robertson Street (the side of Radisson BLU Glasgow). At the next set of lights, turn left onto Broomielaw and then left again at the next lights onto Oswald Street. At the next lights turn left onto Argyle Street – you are now at the front of the Radisson Blu Hotel Glasgow.


Witness the balance of chic design and incredible comfort found in the 247 rooms and suites of this Glasgow accommodation. Our carefully crafted rooms come in three styles created by Jim Hamilton of Graven Images, and feature thoughtful amenities like free high-speed, wireless Internet. The Radisson Blu’s rooms have just the look for you, including Gallery, offering bold images of musical stars like Brian Sweeny; Modern, which incorporates both the hotel’s surrounding locale and the city’s thriving nightlife; and finally City Club, which embodies a lighter ambiance with bright accents and unique artwork. No matter which style you choose, all rooms come with bathrobe and slippers, top-end toiletries and a mini bar.


This Glasgow restaurant does justice to its name, offering a variety of delicious, perfectly plated menu items. Designed by Roy Ackerman, CBE, the restaurant concept allows for all types of cuisine, from Mediterranean classics to British favourites. Enjoy your stunning dinner surrounded by equally incredible surroundings, like artwork by Sir Peter Blake. Be sure to take advantage of the expertly crafted wine list and pair your dish with just the right compliment.


06:30 – 10:30 (Mon – Fri)
07:00 – 11:00 (Sat)
07:00 – Noon (Sun)

18:00 – 22:30 (Daily)


True to the saying “what’s past is prologue,” our first-ever concept bar narrates the story of Grahamston, Glasgow’s forgotten village. The site of home brewing, theatre, iron smelting and heavy industry, Grahamston was a town of rich culture and lasting heritage. To serve the town justice, our bar provides an extensive selection of craft beers and ales, premium and exotic spirits, an impressive whisky gantry and fine, premium wines. Accompanied by 5-star comfort foods, the bar’s offerings make it the ideal place to relax, meet friends, catch up on business, share a laugh or even watch some vintage theatre. So whether it’s pre-dinner drinks, a well-earned nightcap, a morning pastry, a premium wine from the modern Enomatic machine or a hearty bite, Grahamston at the Atrium has just what you’re searching for. Our little “village” is always open for you to stop by and enjoy.


For hotel guests: 24 hours
For non-guests: 08:00 – Midnight


At Radisson Blu, we understand that staying on top of a fitness routine is important to many of our guests. After a full day of sightseeing or productive scientific meetings, plunge into our 15-metre swimming pool, or lounge in our sauna to unwind.


06:30 – 22:00 (Mon – Thu)
06:30 – 20:00 (Fri)
08:00 – 16:00 (Sat – Sun)
10:00 – 17:00 (Bank holidays)


As part of the E@syConnect Service concept, Radisson Blu hotels offer Free Internet access. High-speed and/or wireless Internet access is now free of charge for all guests throughout the hotel.


Whether it’s a large meeting, small seminar, private dinner or wedding, Radisson Blu Glasgow provides meeting rooms ready to cater events of up to 800 people.
The first level of the hotel is a dedicated meeting and events floor, with 15 meeting rooms of varying sizes, each with natural daylight and air conditioning. Our meetings facilities include Megalithic, a vast space which can accommodate up to 540 for a dinner dance or 800 theatre style.
Like the rest of the hotel, the meeting and events product is very simple – cool and chic, crisp and clean – a blank canvas to create the event solution that is right for you. Of course, the hotel has the cutting edge audio visual equipment you would expect, including AV and data projection, and wireless and broadband internet access too.

The Megalithic Reception on the first level provides a flexible area for anything from conference registration and breakout space to pre-dinner drink receptions and exhibitions. For an alternative solution, The White Room has a private reception area, which can be used as you wish.