Set in a coveted spot in the heart of the vibrant city, this classic 19th-century townhouse is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, bars and art galleries making ABode Glasgow ideal for a city break. Individually designed bedrooms, contemporary bathrooms and a warm welcome are waiting.
Set in a coveted spot in the heart of the vibrant city, this classic 19th-century townhouse reflects the city’s own modern renaissance, combining striking traditional architecture with contemporary design. Within walking distance of shops, restaurants, bars and art galleries, ABode Glasgow is ideal for a city break.
Originally built in 1829 by James Campbell the building has been home to a Prime Minister and was re-designed in 1911 as the headquarters for the Corporation of Education; the unique cage lift and elegant stone staircase were added alongside stained-glass windows, tiles and golden ‘lion rampant’ etchings on the walls. The building was category B listed in 1970 by Historic Scotland and became part of ABode Hotels in 2005.
Incorporating the ABode collection’s trademark Comfortable, Desirable, Enviable and Fabulous room categories, each of the 59 guestrooms offers a distinct style with quality and comfort at their core and a luxurious bed and the clean lines of a contemporary ensuite bathroom as standard.
ABode Glasgow is home to Brasserie Abode, where guests can enjoy laidback, bistro-style dining in elegant surroundings. The all-day menu features hand-picked classics and hearty comfort food, serving brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails.