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Marks Hotel

Marks Hotel is one of a new breed of hotels to have sprung up in Glasgow, combining competitive rates with unique decor and personalised service. This boutique establishment, located a five-minute walk from Queen Street Station, offers comfortable living in the heart of the city centre. Over 100 finely-appointed guest rooms include triple and family rooms as well as five duplex suites which grant stunning views across the city. Conceived with the business traveller in mind, Marks Hotel offers free wi-fi to all guests and boasts a dedicated meeting venue that is bright and welcoming. When it comes to dining, the hotel’s One Ten Bar & Grill serves up sizzling contemporary dishes that are full of flavour. With its floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the city’s trendy Bath Street, the bar is the perfect spot in which to savour a cocktail after an afternoon spent shopping. Enjoy a cold beer or glass of wine in a relaxed setting before venturing out to make a night of it. The concept of relaxation is at the core of Marks Hotel, from the clean, comfy rooms to the One Ten Bar & Grill with its open space and laid back vibe. Check in, unpack and unwind.


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Address:
110 Bath Street

Glasgow
G2 2EN

Telephone:
0141 353 0800

Website:
www.markshotels.com

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The staff at the Apex were friendly and accommodating. The rooms were spacious and modern looking which was fantastic with large comfortable beds and modern furniture. We had a room with a street view with the interesting slanted windows which was nice to look out of to see the city in motion. The hotel is located a short distance away from the city centre so is an easy walk for restaurants, bars and entertainment which makes it ideal for a retreat for a night or two in Glasgow! Overall would stay here again in a heartbeat.

- Iain McLachlan - 16-04-2017