A Guide to Cheap Accommodation in Glasgow

Scotland’s Glasgow is a lively and youthful city with a large number of attractions and a pulsating and exciting night life. There are quite a few places to find cheap accommodation in Glasgow, making it easier than ever to enjoy the Scottish city.

There are various museums to enjoy in the city, including Riverside Museum, People’s Palace, GoMA, St Mungo, and Kelingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The Glasgow Necropolis sits on top of a hill and is a sprawling Victorian cemetery, the last resting place of over 50,000 people. The Barras is an iconic place in the city, and even if you don’t want to buy anything it is well worth a visit.

Visit the home grounds of Celtic or Rangers, and sample a curry in one of the UK’s top curry cities! A pub crawl around Glasgow is exciting, and there are also terrific great clubs in which you can dance the night away.
The beautiful and scenic Loch Lomond is only a short drive outside of the heart of the city, and makes for a pleasant excursion.

Some suggestions for cheap accommodation in Glasgow include:

Euro Hostel

Euro Hostel enjoys a central location in the city, within easy reach of transport links, attractions, restaurants, and bars. Glasgow Main Railway Station is only a few minutes’ walk away. Overlooking the River Clyde, it offers some lovely views. The hostel is modern and breakfast is available for a surcharge. Guests can use the well equipped kitchen. There is a choice of different rooms, including private singles, doubles, triples, and quads, family rooms, and shared dormitories that can sleep four, eight, or 14 people. Dorms are separated by gender. There are TV rooms / lounges, a games room, and a bar, and the hostel benefits from wifi internet access.

Charing Cross Guest House

There are standard single, twin, double, triple and family rooms available, and en suite singles, doubles, twins, and family rooms. Standard rooms share bathrooms and toilets. There is free wifi internet access throughout the property. The prices include a full cooked breakfast, and the location in the heart of the city is really convenient.

Bluesky Hostel

Bluesky Hostel is a decent budget option in the city centre. The dormitory rooms offer good value for money, and other facilities include a common room, wifi, a kitchen, laundry facilities, lockers, and vending machines. There is even a large hot tub, which is perfect for unwinding at the end of a busy and active day. Guests can also enjoy the outdoor terrace. Bedding and towels are provided. It is a popular cheap accommodation option with backpackers and budget travellers.

Glasgow Youth Hostel

Glasgow Youth Hostel is located on the outskirts of Kelingrove Park. Internet access is available, and guests can make use of the laundry facilities and kitchen. Bike storage is really handy. There are dormitories for eight people, as well as single rooms, twin rooms, family rooms, and apartments for six or eight.

Queens Park Budget Hotel

Queens Park Budget Hotel is ideal for those who like a private room and a hotel environment, but who are also being careful with their pennies. Recently refurbished, the rooms are comfortable. There are single, twin, double, and triple rooms, as well as those that can sleep four and five people. There are also dorms that sleep up to six guests. All rooms have a television, and free wifi is available.

Other cheap accommodation in Glasgow includes Alba Hostel, the Victorian House Hotel, Giffnock Bed and Breakfast, Onslow Guest House, and Holly House.

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