Famous for its Victorian and Art Nouveau architecture, Glasgow is rich in history. It’s a small city, so you can see most of the main sights in a few days but key highlights for a city break include a visit to The Lighthouse, Gallery of Modern Art, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and the Transport Museum. Whatever your choices, Apex City of Glasgow Hotel sits in the city centre close to all of these attractions and more. 

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Fratelli Sarti

Italian feasts with Mediterranean seafood dishes served on an airy patio.

Phone: 0141 204 0440

Brian Maule at Chardon d'Or

Indulge in French fine dining with a modern Scottish twist in secluded dining suites.

Phone: 0141 248 3801

Chaophraya Restaurant

Enjoy the flavors of traditional Thai cuisine in an upscale setting.

Phone: 0141 332 0041

Gamba Seafood

Dining in a basement has never been better than at Gamba, offering the simple cooking of Scots-sourced produce.

Phone: 0141 572 0899

Ristorante Piccolo Mondo

Traditional dishes feature innovative touches in a casual dining room offset with chandeliers.

Phone: 0141 248 2481

Two Fat Ladies city centre

Dine on fresh seafood in an appropriately underwater-styled room with fish moving through waves and wavy line architecture .

Phone: 0141 847 0088

The Honours

At the heart of Malmaison Glasgow Hotel is Martin Wishart's brand new restaurant offering brasserie style service and traditional and modern French cuisine.

Phone: 0141 572 1001

Blackhouse - The Grill on the Corner

This bustling grill kitchen serves thick cut steaks, fresh seafood, and even a proper Sunday roast.

Phone: 0141 248 6262

Viva Brazil

Feast on slow roasted meats carved at your table with a fine selection of buffet-style sides and salads.

Phone: 0141 204 0240

Ox and Finch

Trendy and stylish venue with a casual vibe and high ceilings, offering creative and contemporary tapas-style dishes.

Phone: 0141 339 8627

Sauchiehall Street

Renowned for its department stores, hotels, cinemas, restaurants and tearooms, Sauchiehall Street is also known for its art galleries and a range of smaller businesses.

Phone: 0141 332 0726

Buchanan Galleries

This main shopping centre is home to over 80 stores the biggest names in retail such as John Lewis, Boots, H&M, Hollister and the only Scottish LEGO store.

Phone: 0141 333 9898

St. Enoch Shopping Centre

Some of the most popular stores in this shopping centre include The Body Shop, Boots, ecco, H&M and Fossil.

Phone: 0141 204 3900

Princes Square

This shopping centre is home to designer names, exclusive boutiques and hip cafes and bars under a Art Nouveau glass roof.

Phone: 0141 221 0324

Buchanan Street

Buchannan Street is one of the main thoroughfares through Glasgow and forms the central stretch of Glasgow's famous shopping district.

Glasgow Film Theatre

Glasgow's centre for film lovers, GFT has led the way in specialised cinema for forty years.

Phone: 0141 332 6535

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is one of Scotland’s most prestigious venues and world renowned classical, jazz, pop, rock and folk artists take to its stages for nearly 250 performances every year.

Phone: 0141 353 8000

Theatre Royal

The Theatre Royal is the oldest theatre in Glasgow and is the longest running theatre in Scotland.

Phone: 0844 871 7627


Scotland's premier national venue for public events, concerts and conferences.

Phone: 0141 248 3000

King's Theatre

Opened in 1904, the King's, Glasgow is one of Scotland's most historic and significant theatres.

Phone: 0844 871 7648

Pavilion Theatre

Situated in the heart of Glasgow's Theatreland, the Pavilion is one of the oldest theatres in Scotland yet is well equipped to produce the best in entertainment.

Phone: 0141 332 1846

Glasgow City Halls

This traditional shoebox style auditorium is known for it's fine acoustics and elegant hall.

Phone: 0141 353 8000

The SSE Hydro

From opening in 2013, The SSE Hydro has become Glasgow's entertainment hub seating 12,000. Experience the buzz by visiting one of the national or international events year round.

Phone: 0141 248 3000

Riverside Museum

Riverside Museum is home to some of the world's finest cars, bicycles, ship models, trams and locomotives.

Phone: 0141 287 2720

Glasgow Science Centre

Located in the Clyde Waterfront Regeneration area on the south bank of the River Clyde, the Science Centre presents concepts of science and technology in unique and inspiring ways.

Phone: 0141 420 5000

Gallery of Modern Art

GoMA is Scotland's most visited modern art gallery displaying work that highlights cutting edge work from local, national and international artists.

Phone: 0141 287 3050

The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture, is a visitor centre, exhibition space and events venue situated in the heart of Glasgow.

Phone: 0141 276 5365

Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery

The University of Glasgow's Hunterian is the oldest museum in Scotland. It covers The Hunterian Museum, The Hunterian Art Gallery, The Mackintosh House, The Zoology Museum and The Anatomy Museum.

Phone: 0141 330 4221

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is home to one of Europe's great art collections. It is amongst the top three free-to-enter visitor attractions in Scotland.

Phone: 0141 276 9599

The Common Guild

The Common Guild is a visual arts organisation in Glasgow. Exhibitions include solo shows by some of the leading artists of our time.

Phone: 0141 428 3022

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral stands magnificently in the heart of Glasgow and is the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the Protestant Reformation of 1560 virtually intact.

Phone: 0141 552 8198

Botanic Gardens

This acclaimed 27-acre park is home to plants, a working vegetable plot and a Victorian cast-iron glasshouse.

Phone: 0141 276 1614

Kelvingrove Park

Located on the River Kelvin in the West End of Glasgow, Kelvinrove Park is a green open space containing the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

Phone: 0141 334 6363

George Square

George Square is the principal civic square in Glasgow and the centre of large events such as Glasgow's Christmas.

Phone: 0141 287 2000

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens, located in the West End of Glasgow and managed by Glasgow City Council is arguably the finest Garden in Glasgow, and is dominated by the recently restored Kibble Palace.

Phone: 0141 276 1614

Glasgow Green

Glasgow Green is a park in the east end of Glasgow and is the oldest park in the city. Now an open public space, it used to be a number of 'greens' most famous for it's use as an area to wash and bleach linen and dry clothes.

Phone: 0141 287 5064

Cup Tea Lounge

Indulge in tea, cakes and light meals in a charming, brick walled-venue with glazed tile mosaics.

Phone: 0141 353 2959

The Willow Tearooms

The Willow Tea Room, remain one of Glasgow’s major visitor attractions.Enjoy a catch-up, celebrate a special occasion or just have a tasty treat.

Phone: 0141 332 0521

Laboratorio Espresso

Heralded as one of the best coffee shops in Glasgow, Laboratorio Espresso offers fine coffees and fine interiors.

Phone: 0141 353 1111

Riverhill Coffee Bar

This low-key coffee bar serves sandwiches, hot food and home-made cakes.

Phone: 0141 204 4762

Gordon Street Coffee

The only coffee shop in Glasgow that roasts it's own coffee on site, what better excuse to visit?

Phone: 0141 221 1367
Apex City of Glasgow Hotel
110 Bath Street, Glasgow City, G2 2EN, GBR
Phone: 0141 375 3333
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