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Welcome to Alexander Thomson

Address: 320 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8LY

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Located in Glasgow city centre on one of the main shopping streets, this hotel is just 200 metres from Glasgow Central Rail Station. A buffet breakfast is available and all rooms have a private bathroom. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception desk are also available. Set in a Victorian building, the Alexander Thomson hotel is situated in Glasgow’s financial and business district. The Gallery of Modern Art and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall are within 15 minutes’ walk of the Alexander. The Scottish Exhibition Centre is just over 1-mile away. High ceilings and large windows are some of the original features that are included in the hotel. Guests can relax in the traditionally decorated lounge area. A TV and tea and coffee facilities with biscuits are provided in each room. All rooms also have a hairdryer, a work desk and ironing facilities.

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Glasgow Central Railway Station - Railway Station

Glasgow Central Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.21 miles (0.34 km)
Glasgow Central Station is the larger of the two main-line railway stations in Glasgow, Scotland. It is operated by Network Rail. It is the northern terminus of the West Coast Main Line. It was opened on July 31, 1879. The station is on two levels - the High Level station slightly above street level, and the underground Low Level station. The High Level station has 14 platforms covered by a large steel ridge/furrow roof. These platforms are numbered 1 - 11, 11a and 12 - 13. It has a spacious concourse containing a variety of shops, catering outlets, ticket offices and a travel centre. The station is fronted by the Central Hotel on Gordon Street, designed by Robert Rowand Anderson. The station building also houses a long line of shops and bars down the Union Street side.

Glasgow Queen Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Glasgow Queen Street Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.49 miles (0.78 km)
Queen Street Station is a railway station in Glasgow, Scotland and is Glasgow's second main line terminus. Queen Street Station is situated between George Street in the South and Cathedral Street Bridge in the North at the Northern end of Queen Street adjacent to George Square. Queen Street is the main gateway to Northern and Eastern Scotland from Glasgow (with Central Station serving the South and rest of the UK), and is divided into two main areas, high level and low level. The station is managed by First ScotRail who operate all of the passenger services including the flagship Glasgow to Edinburgh shuttle. The high level station serves a mainline to Edinburgh, with modern diesel trains completing the journey to the capital in about 45 minutes.

Glasgow Metropolitan College - University

Glasgow Metropolitan College - University

Distance 0.55 miles (0.88 km)
Glasgow Metropolitan College is Glasgows biggest college. Supported by great facilities, we offer a wide choice of vocational & leisure courses through our four Schools:
Built Environment
Communication and Media
Design
Food, Hospitality, Sport and Tourism
Whatever your background, your ambitions or your current abilities we have a course that will launch your career.
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Hutchesons Hall - Glasgow - Historical Houses

Hutchesons Hall - Glasgow - Historical Houses

Distance 0.59 miles (0.94 km)
One of the most elegant buildings in Glasgow's city centre, Hutchesons' Hall was built in 1802-5 to a design by David Hamilton. It incorporates on its frontage the statues, from an earlier building of 1641, of the founders of Hutchesons' Hospital, George and Thomas Hutcheson. A major reconstruction in 1876 by John Baird heightened the Hall and provided an impressive staircase. The interior is hung with portraits of Glasgow worthies. New permanent multi-media exhibition, 'Glasgow Style'. Includes film, audio trail of Merchant City and gallery setting work by young Glasgow designers. The Hall is available for hire for concerts, exhibitions, dinners, small conferences and other functions.