Private Car Park
Public Transport Nearby
GoGlasgow Urban Hotel by Compass Hospitality is a modern hotel and an ideal base to explore the sights of Scotland's friendliest City.
Private Car Park
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 117
Parking Spaces: 50
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
GoGlasgow Urban Hotel in Glasgow is all about location, being located close to Glasgow city centre, minutes from the M8 motorway and a short taxi ride to Glasgow airport, it is the ideal accommodation for visiting Glasgow and the surrounding areas.
With 117 single, double and twin bedrooms as well as suites, we offer a stylish and practical choice for accommodation in Glasgow. Minimal, monochrome with hints of industrial décor, GoGlasgow’s rooms have everything you need for a get up and go stay in Glasgow.
Food and drink at GoGlasgow is a local business with Scotland’s larder providing the main attraction. GoGrill restaurant is all about promoting the best of local delicacies and produce, from scallops landed at Tarbert Pier on Loch Fyne, Peterhead haddock or St Mungo lager from Glasgow’s West Brewery.
The GoGlasgow Urban Hotel in Glasgow offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
GoGlasgow offers 117 single, twin and double rooms as well as luxurious suites. The modern décor of our bedrooms are made up from clean design lines with shades of grey bringing out the industrial side of the city whilst creating a stylish, laidback vibe.
All bedrooms are are en-suite with toiletries, and have direct dial telephone, hairdryer, desk and chair, Egyptian cotton and stylish soft furnishings.
Bar & Restaurant
Tuck into breakfast, lunch and dinner at GoGrill, the hotel’s restaurant. From the walls, hang black and white photographs yet, much like the city, it is brought into the present through a cool, minimalist style. We make a point of emphasising what we do with an open plan kitchen, where you can see our kitchen’s pièce de résistance at work - a Spanish Josper Oven and Grill.
The Josper Grill is a charcoal fired “furnace” reaching temperatures in excess of 400ºC. This oven/grill hybrid is used by top chefs striving to use the searing heat to instantly seal in flavour. It’s brash, ballsy and intense – much like Glasgow itself.
Dishes at GoGrill are exciting and flavoursome, the menu combines classic meals and pub grub favourites that come with a Glaswegian twist as standard. GoGrill's potato scone nachos are already becoming renowned and the chef's twist on a sharing platter – the chip shop platter – combines Glasgow’s chippie favourites with homemade Laphroaig whisky mayo to dip.
Mains are many and varied, with an emphasis on great Scottish produce, particularly seafood. Grill dishes are sourced from Scottish herds as well. Steaks are hung on the bone for seven days and aged a further 28, ensuring the meat is as tender as possible.
Come breakfast, wake up and smell the coffee… and tea… and bacon… Breakfast options in GoGrill are a GoLight continental and GoFull cooked option, so whether you only fancy a light bite before you hit the road or want a whopping Glaswegian fry up, we’ve got you covered.
For a Glasgow restaraunt, we like to think we are unconventional with a distinct personality, mixed with a hearty dose of Glaswegian flair.
Breakfast (Monday to Friday) 06.30 to 09.30
Breakfast (Saturday to Sunday) 07.30 to 10.30
All day dining ( Monday to Sunday) 12.00 to 21.30
Bar and Lounge
The hotel’s spacious lounge and bar is stocked with a fantastic range or beers, wines and spirits. And during the summer when Glasgow gets some rare 'taps aff' weather (don’t worry, not literally), the terrace opens up – a veritable suntrap – for you to drink alfresco.
The bar stocks ST. MUNGOS lager from Glasgow’s WEST Brewery. This crisp and refreshing lager is an interesting hybrid between Bavarian Helles and German Pils.
The wine list is packed with some brilliant varieties along with one or two absolute belters. The list is comprehensive with flavours and styles from all over the world (sometimes we have to admit that some places do things better than Glasgow…) So whether it be refreshing and crisp, or full-bodied and complex, these wines taste great on their own and even better paired with GoGrill’s food.
We are in a prime location for a Glasgow bar, being a stone's throw away from the famous Ibrox stadium and only 15 minutes from the centre of town. So footy fans and party seekers alike can relax in our bar for a 'bevy' or two.
Directions to the GoGlasgow Urban Hotel in Glasgow
GoGlasgow Urban Hotel is situated near to Ibrox Stadium and Kinning Park, on Paisley Road West. If you are travelling by car on the M8, exit at junction 24. You can reach the hotel easily by car, bus, train or subway.
The hotel is less than 0.4 mile from junction 23 of the M8 motorway, 3.8 miles from Glasgow Central Station, and is served by a regular bus services to Glasgow city centre. The hotel is situated just 1.3 miles from Ibrox Stadium.
The No. 38, 9 and 10 services go from the hotel to the city centre and take only 15 minutes and stop at the main gates of the hotel property. For timetable information click the link below.
Dumbreck train station is a 10 minute walk from the hotel. For timetable information click the link below.
Cessnock subway station is less than a 10 walk to the hotel. For timetable information click the link below.
Glasgow Airport is just 6 miles from GoGlasgow Urban Hotel. For airport information click the link below.
Hotel Notice Board
Unless otherwise stated guests staying on a rate inclusive of Dinner will receive an allowance of £20pppn towards the a la carte menu.
Check-in 3pm. Check-out 11am.
For single occupancy of a Double/Twin Room please call 01357 529 129
Vibrant and unashamedly proud, Glasgow is Edinburgh's lively big cousin that's charm lies in its exciting atmosphere and rough around the edges appearance.
Saying that, the city centre and stylish West End are abound with beautiful buildings and gardens that are picturesque in every sense of the word. Famed for its passionate locals, eclectic arts and unrivalled music scene, you'll easily find something going on over the year in Scotland's largest city.
Its attractions range from historic galleries to state of the art museums, and is also the best city in Scotland for shopping.
Glasgow Necropolis and Cathedral
The Riverside Museum
Well Park Brewery
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
SECC and SSE Hydro
Glasgow Science Centre
Gallery of Modern Art