Glasgow Central Station

Only a 7-minute walk from the hotel is Glasgow Central Station. Opened in 1879, this historic building is a popular meeting destination for locals and tourists who arrive to explore the city. On average, over 30 million passengers travel through this station every year. The clock which sits proudly above the main concourse of the station is a very popular point among locals to meet – which spawned the popular phrase of “Meet Me Under the Clock”. Trains from this station travel the length and breadth of Scotland, as well as around the UK to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and more. It is possible to book a tour to see the behind-the-scenes working of the station and learn about its long history.

If arriving into Glasgow Central Station and coming to Maldron Hotel Glasgow City, the easiest walking route to the Hotel would be to exit onto Gordon Street, take a right and then left at the next corner onto Renfield Street. Continue straight on Renfield Street for 0.4 miles where you will eventually see the Hotel situated on 50 Renfrew Street. There is also a taxi rank outside the Gordon Street entrance should you not fancy the walk!

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Less than a 5-minute walk from the hotel is The Royal Concert Hall. Located in the heart of the city, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is one of Scotland’s most prestigious venues and World-renowned artists from the genres of classical, jazz, pop, rock and folk take to its stages for nearly 250 performances each year. From the classic 2,000-seater Main Auditorium, to Late Night Studio Jazz in the intimate City of Music Studio, and a range of break out spaces, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall offers so much to enjoy, all in one iconic building.

Take a look at What’s On and visit this beautiful venue while staying with us at Maldron Hotel Glasgow City.

Glasgow Green

Located less than 30 minutes away from the hotel via public transport, Glasgow Green is the oldest park in the city – it spans 136 acres and is a gorgeous walk in any weather. The People’s Palace is situated here and is dedicated to the social history of Glasgow and its people. It is not only a public park but also used for large events such as concerts, carnivals and festivals. It is here that the annual TRNSMT Festival is held, usually in July each year, which attracts over 50,000 revelers to the city.

Glasgow's Theatreland

Situated in the heart of Theatreland in Glasgow, Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is located directly opposite the Pavilion Theatre, a 2-minute walk to the Theatre Royal, and a 10-minute walk to the King’s Theatre. With a packed schedule of shows throughout the year, Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is the 4* hotel in the city’s Theatreland which will make your stay even more memorable.

See What’s On at Pavilion Theatre.
See What’s On at Theatre Royal.
See What’s On at King’s Theatre.
Check the dates with us here.

Buchanan Street

Buchanan Street is an iconic street in Glasgow City Centre, a central thoroughfare of the city’s Style Mile, and is only a 5-minute walk from Maldron Hotel Glasgow City. Pedestrianised in 1978, it is perfect for a full day of shopping, with a whole host of familiar high street names, mixed with designer and luxury stores. It is estimated up to five million people walk up and down this street every month. In addition to its shops, you can also find a wide array of restaurants and bars complementing the retail space both on Buchanan Street and on adjacent streets.

When visiting Glasgow with a desire to shop, choosing the Maldron Hotel Glasgow City ensures all of the retail therapy is on your doorstep.

OVO Hydro

Glasgow is renowned for its live music scene, and ever since the expansion of the Scottish Events Campus, the largest events campus in Europe, to include the Hydro Arena in 2013, Glasgow is a top choice for international artists when on tour. The entertainment venue holds up to 14,300 and in 2022 is host to Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish and Diana Ross to name a few.

The Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is the ideal location to stay while attending an event at the OVO Hydro, with the opportunity for a pre-show meal and drinks in our in-house Restaurant and Bar.

George Square

George Square is the main civic square in Glasgow surrounded by shops, restaurants, the Glasgow City Chambers and Glasgow’s second main train station, Queen Street Station. It is named after King George III and hosts several statues dedicated to notable figures including Scottish poet and lyricist Robert Burns and Scottish inventor James Watt. The prominent 80-foot-high column in the center of the Square is dedicated to renowned author Sir Walter Scott. On the East side of George Square lies the Glasgow Cenotaph, first constructed to commemorate the Glaswegians who lost their lives during the First World War, later being inscribed to include those from the Second World War. A square with rich importance to the lives of Glaswegians and those who visit, it is always worth spending some time here. The Maldron Hotel Glasgow City is located a short 10-minute walk from George Square.

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