Glasgow Youth Hostel55.86898, -4.28111
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
Located 0.6 km from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, Glasgow Youth Hostel features a luggage storage and parking. All 107 rooms are spread over 5 floors.
Located a 10-minute walk from Kelvinbridge underground station, the venue is set close to The Mackintosh House. Glasgow West End is within a 15-minute walk. Guests can try British and Scottish dishes in An Clachan Cafe located 250 metres of the accommodation. Glasgow Youth Hostel is within walking distance of Kelvingrove Park.
Charing Cross train station is a 15-minute walk away.
At this hostel you will find a multi-channel television, an iron/ironing board and smoke detectors in the rooms. The rooms come with showers, a dryer and towels.
Eat & Drink
Breakfast is served in the restaurant each morning.
The hotel offers a continental breakfast at the price of GBP 4.50 per person per day. You can start your day with a full english breakfast, which costs GBP 6 per person per day.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Paid Public parking is possible at a location nearby.
The hostel staff speaks English, German, Italian.
Number of floors: 5. Number of rooms: 107.
Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
Bar/ Lounge area
Leisure/ TV room
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kitchen facilities
- Food/ Drinks
- Sports activities
Sports & Fitness
- Billiard tables
- Self-service laundry
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Board games
- Children's play area
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Leisure/ TV room
- City view
- Sitting area
- Dining table
- Ironing facilities
- Private bathroom
- Washing machine
- Shared kitchen
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:2 Single beds
- City landmarks
Good location! close to a beautiful park, a subway station nearby
It was very clean, opposite Sainsburys petrol station, near a park, close to shops
Very good and the cheapest hotel. I liked it. I visited here for my project discussion and it was successful cleared. Thank you Glasgow team.
Beautiful view from the room, wonderful area and close to everything we needed.
friendly staff, good parking availability
lightweight small duvet, dirty carpet in room
Nous avons d'abord ete impressionnees par le caractere victorien de la maison et la belle situation (surplombant la ville).
Le premier matin nous n'avons pas eu d'eau chaude pour se laver. c'etait accidentel mais c'est dur de se laver a l'eau froide avant de passer une journee dans le froid de novembre!
I was unfamiliar with the Glasgow Youth Hostel when I first originally made the booking. I felt like I took a chance with it; it was important to me that we were in a safe neighborhood, it was clean, etc. We were so happy with how safe the hostel was located, the friendliness and the customer satisfaction that were evinced from staff, as well as the fact that they were able to give us a 5 A.M. wake up call (well, not a call; they came to our room and knocked). I will absolutely stay there again while in Glasgow. Also, the hostel itself is an old, beautiful home; I greatly liked the super high ceilings, massive wooden doors and staircase, and the quirkiness from age. It's a 5 minute (or maybe 10) from the museum. The Glasgow Youth Hostel was wonderful. You'll like it too. They even have food and beverages available for a modest fee- beautiful!
it's cheap, good, passion, people there.
the position is quite far away down town.
The common areas were fine and spacious, the interior design of the stairs was magnificent, en suite bathrooms have their pluses and minuses - an older lady (50+) living in my room turned the lights off at 8.30 every day and as I came back from sightseeing much later I never get the chance to refresh and take a shower. Plus people waking up really early (as early as 6 o'clock) started taking showers early which made it impossible to sleep in. Bedrooms were spacious. There was lots of room for luggage. Rooms were quiet and there was not much noise outside the window.
The range of age of people in the rooms were really odd - I mean how can you put older ladies (over 45) with 20 something years olds twhen you know exactly that younger people will come back later and older will want to go to sleep earlier and then harass younger people and tell them off if they came later - and by the way I think it is against the youth hostel rules to turn off the lights at 8.30 - even though I always came back before 10 I did not have any chance to get changed and refreshed before I went to sleep and was on a few occassions told off by an older lady leaving in the same bedroom - when probably she shouldn't be allowed to be accommodated in a youth hostel when she cannot stand sharing a room! There are no external bathrooms nor showers. It makes it impossible if you wanna take a shower later at night or really early in the morninig - before you go to the airport. Lockers are not safe - you have to have your own padlock and if you don't - others can steal your things. Shower rooms had no doors - anyone could just bump into you if you were there. No free maps provided and no guided tours - made it really difficult to move around. No evening activities provided as well - no pub crawls nor any other suggestions. No communal socialising. Location was just dreadful - it was really far from the nearest metro station and no buses in the close vicinity as well. It takes around 40 minutes to get to the city centre and at night you have to go past a really dangerous and darkened park - I heard lots of people got mugged there. No shops in the closest area as well - you had to walk for at least 10 minutes to get a bottle of water (not to mention that at the reception they sell all different types of alcohol beverages - but no water! And the vending machines eat your money and are always out of stock). Paying for Internet is just a rip-off. Never had I meet anything like that in any other hostel or hotel that I've been to.
The staff were great
I'm a vegetarian - so I didn't like it when there was no substitute for bacon and sausage in my cooked breakfast - instead I was offered twice as much of the other things (which I did not want). Good veggie sausages etc (even bacon and ham - look at the quorn range of products - they are excellent). are available at all major supermarkets.
Friendly/helpful staff, great location and site, affordable, good self meals accmodations
Stairs with lot of bags!
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The rooms were nice and clean and very well priced for backpackers or students on a budget. Easy 10 minute walk to the city centre.
Cheap and last minute booking avialable
very cheap, at 25 minutes walking to the centre.
Friendly and helpful staff. Clean good sized rooms. (We had a family room with en-suit) Plenty of options for food ie order meals at good prices or self catering kitchen/dining room. Lovely interesting building. Central location. 24 hour reception.