As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is famed for its culture, shopping and people. You can spend your day exploring a wide range of fascinating free museums and galleries, Glasgow is also the perfect base for exploring more of Scotland, with great connections to the Highlands and the islands. So if you are there, we chose some Fabulous Hospitality Projects in Glasgow for you to visit.
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THE PRINCIPAL GRAND HOTEL GLASGOW
The Principal Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow was originally built in the late 19th-century as a great British railway hotel. One of the city’s most prestigious buildings, the hotel has welcomed many famous guests including Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill, throughout the years. Who does’t want to spend some time in such an amazing place as this?
THE UBIQUITOUS CHIP
Ubiquitous chip known by Glaswegians as “The Chip”. The Chip was opened by Ronnie Chydesdale. Ironicaly The Chip was the only restourant in Glasgow not to sell chips! Its interior design and atmosphere makes to wish to be there all the time.
The Gannet is an multi award winning Scottish restaurant in the vibrant destination of Finnieston in Glasgow. Opening in October 2013, they alredy won Best Newcomer Restaurant in the Chefs in Scotland Excellence Awards 2014, Best Newcomer in The List Eating and Drinking Awards 2014 and an AA Rosette Award. You may ask if it is really worth to go, but what do you really think?
You are an Indian food lover? There is a perfect place to you if you are ever in Glasgow. KoolBa has a worthy reputation of representing Glasgow no less than three times in a row (the only Glasgow restaurant to do so), and they have been crowned a winner too in the annual Curry Capital of Britain awards. Are you going yet?
TWO FAT LADIES AT THE BUTTERY
One of Glasgow’s best-loved restaurants. The interior – formal Scottish luxury, with oak and mahogany, stained glass and tartan carpet bringing a unique intimate feel to the bar and the dining room, whilst still keeping a relaxed atmosphere. Can you imagine a better place for romantic dinner?
GUY’S RESTAURANT AND BAR
Simple European menu of grass-fed veal and homemade ice-cream in a decor of chandelieries and mirrors. Food that just begs to be eaten, that is how restaurant is representing itself. Do we even need to say anything else?
So many more beautiful hospitality designs in Glasgow but we think these are just fabulous.
Article written by: Rodrigo Rosa