The Best Hotels to Book Near Hampden Park, Glasgow

From sleek design to elegant luxury, theres a range of accommodation choices for a stay near Hampden Park in Glasgow
From sleek design to elegant luxury, there's a range of accommodation choices for a stay near Hampden Park in Glasgow | Courtesy of voco Grand Central Hotel / Expedia
Rachel Mills

​​Find – and book with Culture Trip – the best accommodation in Glasgow close to Scotland’s national football stadium, Hampden Park.

Hampden Park in Mount Florida, Glasgow is the national football stadium of Scotland. With a capacity of more than 50,000 people, the grounds are also in big demand by artists on stadium tours – Beyoncé, Take That and the Rolling Stones have all taken to the stage here in recent years. You can choose to stay in the thick of things in the lively city centre, or pick a hotel close to the laid-back and leafy southeast suburb of Mount Florida.

1. 10 Hotel Glasgow

Hotel

10 Hotel Glasgow
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Between Crosshill and Mount Florida train stations, this large Victorian house is home to a four-star hotel, bar-restaurant and stunning beer garden edged by big trees. Some of the 26 bedrooms are in an adjacent townhouse, but the booking site makes it clear where you’ll be staying. It tends to hold weekend events, which can be noisy.

2. Sherbrooke Castle Hotel

Hotel

Sherbrooke Castle Hotel
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3mi from Hampden Park in Pollokshields, handsome Sherbrooke Castle is all red sandstone and crenellated turrets. Once a private baronial villa, it became a hotel just before World War II. You can book a room in the castle, the cottage or the garden suites – the hotel sits in extensive private gardens. There are 18 rooms and four event spaces, and as you might imagine, it’s often booked for weddings.

4. Moxy Glasgow Merchant City

Business Hotel

Moxy Glasgow Merchant City
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Where “play is serious business”, Moxy is a city centre new-build with playful touches like a football table and pool table in shared areas. Tech is at its heart – including ergonomic seating in a “plug and meet” area and USB ports and motion sensor lights in the bedrooms. The rooms are small, functional and super clean, and there’s a barista counter where you can buy breakfast. It’s 30 to 40 minutes by public transport to Hampden Park.

5. Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel

Hotel, Spa Hotel, Independent Hotel

Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel bar
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Once the headquarters for the Royal Scottish Automobile Club, Blythswood is now a sleek landmark hotel in the city centre. Georgian opulence begins with the stone exterior and continues into the vast lobby, whereas rooms are more contemporary – though the suites have large original sash windows. The spa thermal experience is not to be missed, but you must book treatments in advance. Parking can be paid for, or the concierge will order you a taxi.

6. Native Places

Suite Hotel

Native Place Glasgow
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Steps from George Square in the centre of Glasgow is this exquisite art deco building, housing 64 serviced studio and one-bedroom apartments. Reception is available 24 hours a day, and housekeeping is weekly for long-term stays. If you’re looking for a bite to eat, the Anchor Line Bar and Restaurant is on the ground floor – Anchor Line was the name of the original shipping HQ located here. The menu takes its maritime connections seriously: oysters, lobster and scallops are exquisitely prepared.

7. voco Grand Central Hotel

Hotel

The stylish bar at the Grand Central Hotel, with marble flooring and columns, a large dome and tall chairs with colourful floral print
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Slap bang by Glasgow Central Station – 21 minutes to Mount Florida by train and a short walk to the stadium – voco Grand Central has an entire wall dedicated to famous people who have stayed here: Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill, to name a few. Have afternoon tea or splurge for a bottle of Krug Grande Cuvée in the Grand Central Bar – a beautiful space that evokes the glamorous era of train travel.

8. ABode Glasgow

Boutique Hotel

A bed, a couch, an armchair and a table with a bottle of champagne in a stylish guest room at ABode Glasgow
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This listed Edwardian townhouse has a gorgeous original cage lift and stained-glass windows. Right in the city centre, it’s just 30 minutes by public transport to Hampden Park. Fancy a splurge after your match or event? Book the Fabulous suite for a roll-top bath and a complimentary tuck box.

9. Malmaison Glasgow

Boutique Hotel, Chain Hotel

Malmaison Glasgow
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A one-time Greek Orthodox Church close to Glasgow Central train station, a major feature of Malmaison Glasgow is its vaulted ceilings – the Chez Mal Brasserie is particularly impressive. The 72 bedrooms vary from standard rooms to the signature suite, with more natural light in the higher categories.

Not found your ideal Glasgow stay yet? See the best luxury hotels in the city and the best accommodation for the savvy traveller – they’re all bookable through Culture Trip. For some things to do that don’t involve football, visit the best beaches around Glasgow and see the best things to do at night.

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