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Glasgow Airport HotelsWelcome to Glasgow International Airport, also known as Glasgow Airport. Airport Hotel Guide offers great discounts on over 30 airport hotels near Glasgow Airport. A couple of the more popular hotels include four-star hotels such as the Ramada Glasgow Airport, the Crowne Plaza Glasgow, and the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel. We not only offer discounts on Glasgow Airport hotels, but also great deals on rental cars and parking packages at Glasgow International Airport. With so many airport hotels to choose from, we are sure you’ll find the right one to fit your needs. Thanks for shopping with Airport Hotel Guide.

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    • Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport

      3.1 miles from Glasgow International Airport (GLA)

      The Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport is a premiere hotel loaded with all the amenities one could want in a hotel. For business travelers, this is one of the Glasgow Airport hotels that offers a business center for all your needs. Those looking to stay in shape during their trip will enjoy the gym. When it comes time to eat, remember that kids eat free at this hotel! They’re all about convenience. A bus will even take you to the hotel from the airport 24 hours a day. This Holiday Inn is ideal for business travelers and even those planning to vacate. Book this and other hotels near Glasgow Airport online today.
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    • Premier Inn Glasgow Airport

      0.7 miles from Glasgow International Airport (GLA)

      On the M8 motorway, less than 10 minutes' walk from Glasgow International Airport, this modern hotel offers comfortable, great-value rooms and free pa...read more.

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Know Before You Go Summary: Glasgow Airport stations over 30 airlines that help serve over 7 million passengers a year. Glasgow Airport Ambassadors are constantly walking around, ready to answer your questions or help give directions as needed. Not sure how much your baggage weighs? Weigh-ahead weighing systems are located in the main check in hall and in Terminal 2. Cost to weigh is £1, and reweighs are free if your luggage is over. Do you need to store your luggage? Packages, suitcases and bags can be left in a secure area at the Glasgow Airport. Visit luggage-point.co.uk. Looking to relax between flights? The SkyLounge is a great place to rest. TV, complimentary snacks and drinks, and more is available! The first 30 minutes of high-speed Wi-Fi are free at Glasgow Airport. After that, prices are £3 for 1 hour, £5 for 3 hours and £9 for 24 hours. Long stay parking rates start at £17 for the first day, £30 for two days, £37 for three days, £40 for four days and up. Hungry? Check out The William Beardmore Bar. Known for Scottish classics including haggis, neeps & tatties! You can also enjoy over 50 whiskies. Shop duty free at the World Duty Free shop. You can even leave your purchases behind at the Shop & Collect service and pick them up on your way home! Is your phone about to die? Mobile phone charging is available at domestic arrivals and in the main departure lounge. Stations are available after security as well. Costs are £1 for 30 minutes, £1.50 for 60 minutes or £2 for 90 minutes. Do you need to exchange currency? Take the stress out of waiting in line and pre-order your currency exchange online. Travelex branches are located before and after security. Visit travelex.co.uk for more information.

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About Glasgow International Airport

Glasgow International Airport is this bustling metropolis' primary airport, serving some 20,000 passengers each day - that's 7.2 million per year. It welcomes people from all around the globe with about 200 flights per day on about 30 different carriers, including United Airlines, British Airways, Loganair and Emirates. It's situated near the quaint towns of Renfrew and Paisley, just 8 miles from the center of the city. The convenient location is why many people stay at Glasgow International Airport hotels, such as the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza, for easy access to the top attractions of the city.

Many people use this hub to gain entry into Scotland without taking time to appreciate the architecture, amenities and other features of the world-class facility. It houses two terminals, and travelers are first greeted by the grand arrivals hall of the first terminal, which leads them to a wide array of boutique shops, retail outlets and dining spots. The second terminal is strictly for check-ins. The site also has two prayer rooms, lounges for guests and currency exchange services. Keep in mind that the airport can become quite crowded during rush hours, so visitors should allot extra time to get through check-in at these times.

Collage of Glasgow Scotland

Welcome to Glasgow

As the busiest city in Scotland, Glasgow is a center for industry and economy, but it's also a cultural playground waiting to be explored by tourists. In fact, the European Union designated Glasgow as the Capital of Culture in 1990, and it has continued to build on its fine arts, music and sports offerings since. Today, it's host to some of the continent's most exciting events, such as the Glasgow International Jazz Festival, Glasgow Film Festival and Glasgow International Comedy Festival. With hundreds of other cultural events every year, it's no surprise the locale attracts more than 2 million visitors annually.

The metropolis is also renowned for its exquisite natural setting laid out alongside soaring skyscrapers and historical architecture. Right through the center of Glasgow runs the River Clyde, a tranquil waterway that goes on for 106 miles and ends at the Clyde Estuary. It's also home to the River Kelvin, which lines the northern edge of the city and spurs lush waterside greenery that's home to pleasant flora and fauna. Additionally, Glasgow features several nature reserves where guests can stroll down trails that take them past beautiful wetlands and woodlands.

Things to Do in Glasgow

A night view of Glasgow Clyde ArcVisitors staying at hotels near Glasgow International Airport can hop on the Glasgow Shuttle, which picks up just outside the terminal building and drops off in the downtown area. Then, explore the city by foot or public transit. Some must-see spots include the renowned Glasgow Science Centre, Scottish Football Museum and Paisley Abbey. Looking for some of the best food and drink in Glasgow? Head to Ubiquitous Chip, Bothy or Clachan Inn for authentic Scottish cuisine. A hot spot revered among locals is The Secret Space, a pop-up establishment that reinvents itself - and its menu - every six months.

While in town, take a tour of the galleries and museums to learn about the thriving art community of the regions - visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Hunterian Art Gallery, Burrell Collection and St. Mungo's Museum of Religious Life & Art. For an architectural journey, make your way to some of the exquisitely designed structures the city is famed for, such as the Glasgow Cathedral, Scotland Street School Museum and Mackintosh House, as well as institutions that display the works of local architects - the Riverside Museum and Glasgow School of Art.