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Welcome to Scotia Airport Hotel near Glasgow Airport which is located in a quiet residential area of Paisley. Our beautiful Georgian House building has undergone extensive upgrading to intertwine contemporary elegance within it’s beautiful original character to provide our guests with an amazing stay which we hope will want you to keep coming back and staying with us again and again! Ideal for either business or a short stay trip we are proud to offer the personal and caring touch to make sure you will not be disappointed with your stay at Scotia Airport Hotel.
We are within close proximity to Glasgow Airport (less than 10 minutes away), the city centre of Glasgow, Inverclyde and Loch Lomond are all within commutable distance from the hotel. Also the university and museum and other local historical attractions are all within a 5 minute walk including the 12th century Paisley Abbey. Paisley Gilmour street railway station is a 5 minute walk and you can reach Glasgow Central Station within 10 minutes by train. With the M8 motorway (Junction 28) so close by, destinations such as The SSE Hydro, Braehead Shopping Centre, Ibrox Stadium and Celtic Park are within easy reach. Our hotel is also close to numerous long-term Airport Parking facilities and to all of the major Car Rental companies which makes staying with us your perfect beginning to seeing our beautiful country.
All our rooms have private ensuite bathrooms with adjustable heating appliances, television, tea/coffee making facilities and a hair dryer. We offer a wide variety of accommodation for you to choose, from twin and double rooms to family rooms also with cot available upon request. In the morning taste our mouth watering cooked breakfast, the perfect start to a perfect day.
The Georgian House building was commissioned back in 1824 by a Paisley cotton mill owner by the name of Joseph Twigg. The original Georgian character of the building has been recently restored in impressive detail. This has retained its original character and maintained its B listed architectural and historic qualities. We would encourage our guests to visit Paisley Museum and Art Galleries to learn more about Paisley's fascinating history which has links to fabric and textile industries.