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Ewington City Hotel
132 Queens Drive
Glasgow
Glasgow

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Situated in Glasgow’s leafy Southside, Ewington City Hotel offers a real sense of peace amid the buzz of Glasgow - yet we’re only a ten minute taxi ride from the heart of the city’s nightlife and designer shopping.

Ewington City Hotel has been created from an historic and beautiful Victorian townhouse and offers lovely open views across the picturesque Queen’s Park. A handful of local bars and restaurants are on-hand too so you don’t need to head off to the city centre for a taste of the action.

And if you’re in town for a big football match or major rock concert, you’ll be delighted to diiscover that Scotland’s national stadium, Hampden Park is within easy reach.

The stylish, contemporary feel of the Ewington City makes it a most relaxing and comfortable place to stay, with room service and full Scottish breakfast included in the highly competitive rates. So if you’re looking for somewhere a little quieter - perhaps for a city family holiday or a romantic break - you’ll find all you need right here in Glasgow’s Southside

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Number of Rooms: 43
Number Ensuite: 43

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast
Double: £110
Twin: £110
Single: £79
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