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1 North Douglas Street Clydebank, Glasgow G81 1NQ Scotland
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#49 of 92 Speciality lodging in Glasgow
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Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Street parking
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Lbp wrote a review Jun 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I arrived at the hotel to someone who greeted me totally unprofessionally and in a very cold and unwelcoming manner. He then said ‘your room is upstairs’, didn’t tell me where the room was or offer to help with my fairly substantial amount of luggage. The room was clean and so was the en-suite so that is good - however the noise and quality of the room was much below the standard that I would expect. The pillows were so hard and of such a poor quality that I ended up sleeping without any pillows at all as they were so uncomfortable and slept very poorly. It was also very very hot, but with the noise levels I was unable to open a window. The room had what could only be described as an incessant buzzing sound - as if an electrical outlet in the room was malfunctioning, but it was very loud and my partner even noticed the sound over the phone. Then, the noise from the exterior started. There was lots of drunk people on-site, which is understandable considering there is a pub downstairs, however at 11:45pm the doorbell for the hotel began to go off and there were people kicking the door and screaming vile language through the corridors, for which there was no intervention from the staff. It got to the point that it was intimidating and quite scary for me as a woman staying alone in a city I’d never been in before and the rooms not feeling particularly secure. The walls are so thin you could hear people coughing and brushing their teeth in the rooms next door, as well as being able to hear every text tone going off in all of the surrounding rooms. I spoke to a member of staff about this, and she responded ‘well I don’t know what you want me to do - I have no spare rooms and no ear plugs. Just sleep with a pillow over your head’. Which I found genuinely laughable. Will never be coming back and I can’t recommend anyone else does.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled on business
1 Helpful vote
Belongingnessless wrote a review Jul 2020
Long Eaton, United Kingdom15 contributions46 helpful votes
Arrived just as hotels reopening after lockdown. From the outside it looked like the Marie Celeste, in a desolate part of town near the docks in deserted streets. Doors were barred, the hotel looked closed, and it took a couple of minutes to get a response at the doorbell and be led into an empty. But do not be fooled by the run-down appearance of Sick Boy's bar from Trainspotting 2. The handful of rooms above the bar are actually spacious, comfortable, and well soundproofed, with hot powerful showers, as well as being named after the actors, director and writer of the film. There was space for parking on the street and no sense of being unsafe. The bar was closed while we were there, no food was available, and shops/takeaways about a 10-minute walk away. Convenient stay for visiting relatives over the river. We left something behind and have been promised it will be mailed to us.
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Date of stay: July 2020
1 Helpful vote
Dougie M wrote a review Jan 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom64 contributions86 helpful votes
While attending a function in Clydebank I stayed Saturday night at the Douglas. Very nice. Don't be put off by the rather shabby exterior, the room itself was spotless and large. Comfortable, and everything you would need. The big empty fireplace could do with something in it as it looks bare, but otherwise no complaints. The downstairs bar was open till 1am but noise wasn't an issue. The barman was very pleasant and helpful. Unfortunately no food available, not sure if that was because it was a Sunday morning. Reasonable price, and I liked the lounge bar. Good value.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled on business
2 Helpful votes
cath038 wrote a review Feb 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom29 contributions31 helpful votes
I booked a room in this hotel for one night on the 14th February 2019 as I had an early appointment for surgery in the nearby Jubilee Hospital. Unfortunately, my husband had an unexpected cancer scare and will be having surgery on that day. I had to cancel my appointment at the Jubilee and no longer required the hotel room. I asked if the booking could be transferred to the new date I will be given for my surgery but the request was met with an emphatic “NO” and I was told that the amount would be deducted from my account regardless. I find it hard to believe that this merciless approach could be adopted, especially by a premise that depends on its reputation to attract customers. This is in no way a reflection on the staff who work at the hotel but on the owner who can only be contacted by email. So beware of this should you decide to book into this hotel.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
David P wrote a review Jul 2018
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom63 contributions37 helpful votes
Above a lively bar the rooms are well laid out, very clean with all the necessary amenities. At first glance from the outside you might wonder if you have come to the right place, but once in you will receive a warm welcome, and be taken to your room, named after a character from 'Trainspotting' which was apparently partly filmed on the premises. There is no food available, other than crisps or peanuts, but there is tea and coffee in the room. Cheap and cheerful with a touch of class.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Trip type: Travelled on business
US$42 - US$95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Douglas Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Douglas Hotel?
Nearby attractions include ScotKart Indoor Go Karting and Laser Tag Glasgow Clydebank (0.2 km), West Highland Way (0.1 km), and Clydebank Titan (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Douglas Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and a concierge.
What food & drink options are available at Douglas Hotel?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Douglas Hotel?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Douglas Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include McMonagles, Sixty Ate Bar and Kitchen, and Matzaluna Pizza.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Douglas Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Douglas Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Mackintosh House (7.3 km), House for an Art Lover (7.5 km), and The Tall Ship Glenlee (6.6 km).