Alexander Thomson Hotel320 Argyle Street, G2 8LY Glasgow / United Kingdom
Alexander Thomson Hotel Amenities
- local_parking car park
- accessible access for disabled
- scanner fax
- wifi Wi-Fi
- local_bar bar
- account_balance business centre
- card_travel luggage room
- people meeting room
- live_tv television
- network_cell internet access
- whatshot heating
- notifications_active wake up call service
- phone telephone
- local_cafe tea/coffee making facilities
- restaurant_menu restaurant
- local_laundry_service laundry
- video_call conference
Alexander Thomson Hotel Information
The name Alexander Thomson has been inspired by the Great Glaswegian Architect Alexander Greek Thomson (9 April 1817 – 22 March 1875). He produced a diverse range of structures including villas, a castle, urbane terraces, commercial warehouses, tenements, and three extraordinary churches. Of these, Caledonia Road Free Church (1856–57 - now a ruin), Queen's Park United Presbyterian Church (1869 - destroyed in WWII), and St Vincent Street Church (1859), the last is the only intact survivor.
The Hotel itself is a historic Victorian era building which forms the Architectural landscape of the city. It has very high ceilings and very high windows from that era and every effort is put in to retain as much originality as possible. Most Rooms are quite large and so are the Bathrooms.
We welcome you to our Hotel, Come and enjoy the beautiful city and our warm and friendly service.
All 125 rooms are en suite with central heating, Complimentary tea / coffee, Cookies, mineral water, Luxury toiletries, direct dial telephone, color TV with satellite channels, iron, ironing board & hairdryers on request.
There is no restaurant, just a dining room on the first floor which serves breakfast each morning. The hotel is decorated in a traditional/classical style.