This cheeky hotel caters to a trendy clientele with its playful, design-forward attitude.
Created from a row of converted warehouses, a seaman's mission and a church, Malmaison Glasgow is as eclectic in design as it is in its origins. Bold (even brash at times) style defines the 72 guest rooms and suites, all of which come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen plasma TVs, kettles, desks and power showers. Eames lounge chairs, Lichtenstein prints and skylights are just a few of the distinctive details to be found in the higher end rooms. Chez Mal Brasserie is a sexy, red velvet-clad destination, serving creative brasserie-influenced Scottish dishes. More casual in tone, Chez Mal Bar features a beer barrel wall with craft beers on tap. Three meeting rooms can be combined and are used for both small conferences and creative boutique weddings.