15 Glasgow

15 Glasgow

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15 Woodside Place, Glasgow G3 7QL, Scotland
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Stylish and decadently demure, 15 Glasgow is a classy affair.

Housed in a Georgian Townhouse on an elegant crescent in Glasgow's West End, it's clear to see that this particular hotel has good bones.

From the minute you step in from the street the boundaries between hotel and home are slightly blurred. In my book, that's a good thing! No obvious reception area and no check in, just a warm welcome from the family who own and run the hotel.

Yes, you are in their former home but you'll be made to feel as if you own it.

Upstairs there's 5 guestrooms including two suites, each of which are exquisitely decorated in a muted palette of soft whites, creams and dove grey. From the luxuriously padded velvet headboards to the sleekly appointed ensuite bathrooms, and spacious guest drawing room, you just might find yourself not wanting to leave - ever!

Breakfast is included in the price along with all the little touches you would expect from a quality establishment. The rooms are all equipped with flatscreen TV's, DVD players, iPod Docking stations and free bottled water. There's also a serene garden and private parking.

Out front, you'll have access to a private garden, just like the one in the film Notting Hill.

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As soon as you walk into 15 you’re overwhelmed by serenity and understated elegance. The second thing I noticed was the smell—fresh air and summer lilies enveloped me as I stood beneath a glittering chandelier, falling in love with my surroundings. The first thing I noticed was that this hotel has no signage—it doesn’t need it with such a fabulous reputation.

Laura Mackenzie, owner a hostess, runs the whole operation with a sense of style and warm heartedness that is palpable as soon as she greets you. Built in 1834, this building is packed with original features, and Laura has complemented them with dove-grey hues and crisp linens. The beds, armchairs and large velvet sofas in the lounge all look as deliciously inviting as the homemade breakfasts (served in the rooms).

Each room is spacious, relaxing and immaculate. Sadly, only the suites offer a bath, but I am just able to forgive this in light of how wonderful everything else is. I was told bridal parties often rent the entire hotel, and you can understand why. 15 is gloriously luxurious, but also refreshingly homely. A cabinet on the landing holds DVDs, books and wine glasses for guests to borrow, and each room has a DAB radio pre-tuned to a twinkly classical soundtrack. Everything you could ask for is here, cocooned within a dreamy sandstone terrace.

With standard rooms (although there’s nothing standard about these rooms) from £99-£140, and suites from £135-£180, I will definitely be contributing to 15 Glasgow’s marketing device by telling everyone I know just how wonderful it is. If I could give it more than 5 stars I would!



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