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While you can find hotels all over Glasgow, many are clustered in neighborhoods offering an ideal mix of sights, bites, and shops. Shoppers, and anyone else looking to be in the heart of the action, should consider City Centre, while visitors hunting for a cool vibe can head to the West End. Merchant City is also a draw for trend-setters, and history buffs will find many of Glasgow's most storied sights in the East End. Wherever you stay, these neighborhoods--each with its distinct identity--are worth exploring.
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Get ready for temperatures that dip below freezing, plenty of rain, and even occasional snow when coming to Glasgow in this season. You’ll need to pack wisely for the year’s coldest weather in December, January, and February. Though it’s a less popular season among tourists, winter in Glasgow can still sparkle.

Annual national celebrations like St. Andrew’s Day (November 30), Hogmanay (New Year’s), and Burns Night (January 25) light up Glasgow’s darkest days.

Bargain-hunters will find the seasonal drop in hotel rates a major boon and a good reason to check out some luxury lodging. (Just avoid booking during major events.)

Only-in-winter traditions, like Christmas markets and ice rinks, give the city a storybook charm.

Mar - May
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The whole city shakes off its winter slumber in spring, as days grow longer and temperatures warm. But this better weather draws tourists and locals alike out, so expect more energy and more crowds as the thermometer inches up.

Spring is the perfect time to explore Glasgow’s outstanding parks like Kelvingrove and Pollok Country Park, when the trees and flowers explode into megawatt color.

With spring’s warmer weather comes the resurgence of Glasgow’s great outdoor dining patios, rooftop bars, and beer gardens.

Leave those galoshes at home. Take advantage of April’s drier weather, since it’s among the least rainy months of the year in Glasgow.

Jun - Aug
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Summertime fun vibes are in full effect during this season. By the solstice, daylight bathes the city nearly 18 hours a day, with temperatures peaking in July and August. And while downpours and drizzles are common in this season, neither Glaswegians nor tourists let it slow them down.

Glasgow is a city that’s proud of its sports teams, with two of Scotland’s biggest teams based in the city plus a pro rugby team. Score tickets to a match for a day out that showcases the city’s sport spirit.

Festivals and events bring live music, performances, and food vendors to Glasgow’s streets and parks. The West End Festival, The Merchant City Festival, Summer Nights at the Bandstand in Kelvingrove Park, and the TRNSMT Festival are just a few of the many ways to join the summer fun.

The joys of a Glasgow summer aren’t a secret, so prepare for price hikes and booked-solid hotels.

Sep - Nov
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After the nonstop buzz of summertime, Glasgow slouches into a relaxed, cozy fall, with days growing shorter and temperatures cooling. Festivities continue, with celebrations that spotlight the season. Tip: Glasgow has a hidden dry season in October, which often sees less rain than the other months of fall.

Autumnal colors grace the city, bringing in warm reds, yellows, and oranges through the leaves. To immerse yourself in fall color, head to a treesy spot like Glasgow Green, Kelvingrove, or the Botanic Garden.

In Glasgow, easier hotel booking than in summer and lower rates are perks of the fall season.

Fall is a festival-filled season. Dance International Glasgow, multiple gin festivals, harvest fests, and major music events that span the spectrum from traditional to trance light up the autumn months.

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Hotels near the sights

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
    Free Entry. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Mu​seum is Scotland's most visited free attraction.​ With 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects, the collections are extensive, wide-ranging and internationally-significant.
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  • Celtic Park
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  • The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel
    Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper. Get hands on with our interactive displays. Walk through Glasgow streets and visit the shops, bar and subway. Climb aboard a train, tram or bus and get a real feel for old public transport. Discover Glasgow's rich shipbuilding history, explore the car and motorbike walls and help put out a fire with our interactive fire engine. There are over 90 large touch screens panels full of images, memories and films that tell the fascinating stories behind the objects. There really is something for all ages to enjoy at the Riverside Museum.
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  • Glengoyne Distillery
    Often described as "Scotland's Most Beautiful Distillery", Glengoyne is open 7 days for a range of unique whisky tasting experiences. Just a short drive from Glasgow, Stirling and Loch Lomond, this traditional, hard working distillery has been flourishing since 1833. Glengoyne's range of in-depth distillery experiences includes the legendary Malt Master session where guests create their very own individual whisky to take home.
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  • The Necropolis
    The Necropolis, Glasgow's Victorian City of the Dead, is a vast and grand cemetery modeled on Père-Lachaise in Paris. Described as one of the most significant cemeteries in Europe, it is a major visitor attraction and patrolled by Park Rangers. Heritage Trail maps are available to guide the visitor to the memorials and tombs of some of Glasgow's most eminent citizens.
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  • Wellpark Brewery
    Wellpark Brewery in Glasgow is home to more than 450 years of brewing tradition and award winning beers. We've been part of Scotland and its culture for generations. This is a chance to learn about the rich heritage of one of the country's most loved brands as well as about the production processes that have taken place at Wellpark from through the centuries up to today. Follow us from the very origins of brewing at Wellpark, to present day support of and passion for Scottish music and football. As well as a rare collection of vintage and retro Tennent's packaging, there's a chance to watch your favourite Tennent's adverts from over the decades and also a shop to buy exclusive Tennent's goodies... And to top it all off, there might even be a cheeky wee taste of Scotland's Favourite at the end of the tour in it for you. Tasty.
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  • University of Glasgow
    Take a fascinating tour of the University of Glasgow campus, and explore the University's stunning architecture (with over 100 listed buildings) and discover incredible stories from its 550 years of history. Guided campus tours are led by trained student guides and last for approximately one hour - you can find out more by visiting: Other must-see attractions to visit on campus include: • The Hunterian Museum • The Hunterian Art Gallery (including The Charles Rennie Mackintosh House) • The Visitor Centre Shop for University merchandise and Scottish gifts (10% off with your tour ticket) • A selection of cafés and restaurants for coffee or a bite to eat
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  • Glasgow Botanic Gardens
    This unique glasshouse located in the Botanic Gardens is a familiar landmark in Glasgow.
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  • Glasgow Cathedral
    The medieval Glasgow Cathedral has been in constant use for worship for over 800 years, and is of great architectural and historic interest. Highlights include one of the finest post-war collections of stained glass windows in Britain, and the ceiling in the Blackadder Aisle which was built around 1500 by Archbishop Blackadder. Cared for by Historic Scotland and open to visitors throughout the year from 9.30am except Sundays when it is open at 1pm. Recitals and special family events are a regular feature. Closing times vary seasonally.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Glasgow hotels

Kelvingrove Hotel, Argyll Hotel, and Cairncross House are some of the most popular hotels for travelers looking to stay near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. See the full list: Hotels near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

Popular hotels close to The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel include Radisson RED Glasgow, Acorn Hotel, and Kelvingrove Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near The Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel.

Popular luxury hotels in Glasgow include Dakota Glasgow, Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens, and Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel. See the full list: Glasgow Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Turnhouse Airport include DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Airport, Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh Airport, and Moxy Edinburgh Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Turnhouse Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Buchanan Street are Grasshoppers Hotel Glasgow, ibis Styles Glasgow Centre George Square, and The Z Hotel Glasgow. See the full list: Hotels near Buchanan Street.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Glasgow are Radisson RED Glasgow, ibis Styles Glasgow Central, and Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Glasgow.

Popular cheap hotels in Glasgow include Kelvingrove Hotel, ibis Styles Glasgow Central, and Ambassador Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Glasgow.

Popular Glasgow neighborhoods with hotels include City Centre, Merchant City, and Anderston.

Radisson RED Glasgow, Albion Hotel, and The Pipers' Tryst Hotel all received great reviews from families traveling in Glasgow. See the full list: Glasgow Family Hotels.

Dakota Glasgow, Sherbrooke Castle Hotel, and Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens received great reviews from travelers looking for a romantic hotel in Glasgow. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Glasgow.

Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Glasgow include Hilton Glasgow, Doubletree By Hilton Glasgow Central, and Crowne Plaza Glasgow, an IHG Hotel. See the full list: Hotels with a Pool in Glasgow.