The largest city in Scotland, Glasgow’s architecture speaks volumes about its culture, tradition and its history. A city that offers a multitude of museums, galleries, Victorian structures which leaves its visitors stupefied and wonderstruck. Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architectural works of art bejewel the city and set up a whole tradition in itself. Today, the city is also famous for its vibrant nightlife, wonderful shopping arcades and an array of restaurants and bars. Glasgow is also known for offering Britain’s best live music scenes. A city that earns its reputation for being friendly and hospitable to its tourists, thereby entitling as the City of Culture(1990). This cosmopolitan tourist destination will certainly spoil you with its high street stores, designer labels, and speciality outlets to explore, with welcome pit-stops in the first class cafe culture around the Italian Centre, Merchant City, Gallery of Modern Art or Buchanan Galleries. From being one of the most significant cities wielding power in British Empire, Glasgow has now reincarnated itself as the hub of music, creative arts, theatre, design and innovative cuisine. The city, like any other major British city has an abundance of accommodation choices for its visitors. There are hotels in the city which offer varied options in terms of budget for you to choose. Radisson Blu Hotel, Blythswood Square, Carlton George , De Vere Cameron House Hotel, Trump Turnberry Resort, Mar Hall are some of the good hotels in the city which you can consider for a luxurious and comfortable stay in Glasgow.