FEATURES AT A GLANCE
· 103 Ensuite bedrooms
· Lift to all floors
· Free wi fi throughout
· Prime city centre location
· Easy access to M8
· Stylish bar and restaurant
· Unique meeting venue
· Family rooms available
Glasgow nightlife and entertainment
he Marks Hotel Glasgow is situated perfectly to take advantage of Glasgow’s varied nightlife. Sitting on the trendy Bath Street the hotel is located on the same street as a variety of trendy restaurants and bars and so is very accessible to some of the best bars & nightclubs in Glasgow.
A few minutes walk away is the vibrant Sauchiehall Street and is a must to experience some of the best nights out in Glasgow. If you are looking for lively chain pubs, beer halls, ale houses, wine bars, vodka bars, cocktail lounges, nightclubs or just a good old fashioned pub then you will find them all on Sauchiehall Street.
Not far away is the Renfield Street Cineworld cinema, the biggest and also recently voted the best cinema in the country. The cinema hosts films from blockbusters to emerging films especially around the time of the Glasgow Film Festival. If you are not planning on watching a film this cinema is still worth a visit due to its stunning views from the top floor.
For a more cultured evening you may wish to pay a visit to Glasgow’s Merchant City, Glasgow’s cultural quarter. The Merchant City is home to some of the more exclusive bars and clubs and is the place to be seen on a night out in Glasgow. Or why not pay a visit to some of the Glasgow’s finest theatres which host some of the best productions outside of London’s West End.
The city is known for its ability to entertain and certainly earns that reputation with its theatres, cinemas, museums, festivals, parks & gardens and a host of other attractions that are all on within easy reach of the Marks Hotel. There really is so much to see and do in Glasgow, making it an ideal place for a short break in Scotland.
• Restaurants and bars on Bath Street
• Restaurants, bars and clubs on Sauchiehall Street
• The Merchant city – Glasgow’s cultural quarter
• And of course our own One Ten Bar & Grill