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Cheap accommodation in Glasgow

Looking for the perfect apartment in Glasgow to rent for your trip to Scotland? Find the rooms to rent to enjoy your stay in Scotland’s largest city at the best prices available. We have plenty of cheap accommodation and party flats in Glasgow, particularly near Celtic and Rangers FC. It is one of the most fascinating cities in the UK, with a thriving arts scene, some of the friendliest locals around and a legendary nightlife. Every year, more and more visitors choose to rent a self-catering apartment in Glasgow city centre as both the price and experience is like a home from home. No matter your age or tastes, you must see this city which is the perfect blend of Victorian architecture and new developments thanks to its former European City of Culture status. Depending on where you want to stay, you can find some fabulous self-catering accommodation near George Square which is perfect if you want to enjoy the Hogmanay fireworks. If you’re here to see the Scottish Ballet or the National Theatre of Scotland, we have Airbnb apartments that will provide you with the ultimate comfort after an incredible show. Alternatively, if you’re here to watch one of Scotland’s biggest football clubs which reside here, or a game at Hampden Park, we have the perfect city lets near the stadiums. Some of the finest art exhibitions are held at the Kelvingrove Museum, and Glasgow boasts the best shopping centres in the UK. Get chatting to the locals that famously have one of the most distinctive dialects across the country - you’re bound to be both stupefied and enamoured at the same time. Book now - this city is waiting for you!

Party flats in Glasgow

There is an incredible choice of apartments for rent in Glasgow city centre for your trip. What’s more, with Hundredrooms, you can compare all of the penthouse flats and apartments to rent for one night from Airbnb to make sure you’re booking the perfect option. Along George Square, you will have some of the biggest retailers and stores at your fingertips, and points of interest such as the Buchanan Galleries just a short distance away. Glasgow is best explored by foot, so forget the map and hike the city like a local - it is a city famed for its emerging arts scene thanks to the Glasgow School of Art. In Glasgow city centre, there are countless self-catering apartments for you to choose from. Enjoy a pint in a traditional pub, or some afternoon tea in one of its trendiest establishments. You won’t forget your experience in this city. Whatever you’re after, you’ll be able to explore this city’s heart from one of our city lets. You can adapt your self-serviced accommodation according to the requirements of your trip, however we suggest booking a serviced apartment in one of Glasgow’s Georgian buildings. Similar to that of Barcelona, Glasgow has an interesting grid system which puts George Square at the heart of a lot of Glasgow’s most important statues. Along Buchanan Street you will find some of the most upmarket shops, which won the ‘Great Street Award’ from the Academy of Urbanism. It is the cousin of the Catalan city, as it also boasts some of the country’s greatest cultural venues such as the The Theatre Royal and the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA). In true Glaswegian style, we recommend you stay in the Merchant City district which is awash with history and a budding cultural quarter. If you’re looking for a trendy short term apartment rental in Glasgow, there are plenty of warehouse apartments and luxury apartments to rent. There are a wealth of reasons why you should visit - this city has upped its game in reinventing its reputation from being somewhat staid, and becoming the centre of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s design, the Celtic and Rangers football rivalry, and legendary clubs such as Sub Club and King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. This is a mere snippet of the things that are waiting to be discovered in this awesome Scottish city, all you have to do is find the perfect flat to rent in Glasgow city centre and you can explore to your heart’s content. That is the main advantage of having all available offers of holiday accommodation in one place - we compare all of them between Airbnb Glasgow, Booking and Homeaway so that you can book at the best price.

Holiday rentals in Glasgow

Pet friendly apartments in Glasgow

Holiday lettings in Glasgow

Where to stay in Glesga

Wondering where to stay in this Scottish city? We can help you out with a summary of what each Glaswegian area can offer during your stay in your Glasgow Airbnb or Booking apartment.

  • City Centre: George Square is the focal point and here you will find various statues of prominent historical Scottish figures, including Thomas Graham, Sir Walter Scott, and James Watt. Here you will also find the Style Mile, which much like its name suggests, is the home of the main shopping hub in the city. It is a mix of large retailers and smaller boutiques, so explore Buchanan Galleries, St. Enoch Centre, and Princes Square to find exactly what you’re looking for.
  • East End: Reputed and developing as Glasgow’s ‘creative quarter’, if you’re interested in the budding scene that is both incubating and flourishing here, this is the place for you. It is a combination of art studios and the Glasgow Green. Here you will find the beautiful Glasgow Cathedral and the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art. There are lots of breweries, cafes and plenty of great places to eat, so we would recommend a party flat in this area of Glasgow. If you’re looking for great nightlife, the words on everybody’s lips are Barrowlands and Saint Luke’s, a great live music venue.
  • Finnieston: A trendy and up and coming district that is brimming with creatives. It is home to the SSE Hydro which hosts hundreds of fantastic live events, and plenty of eclectic cafes, gift shops and restaurants that you’ll never grow bored of during your stay. Here you are sure to find a great Glasgow loft apartment that is cheap and unique in its architecture.
  • Merchant City: This is the cultural quarter that is brimming with the finest art galleries in the country such as the GoMA. It is the former trading area of the city, and was a significant tobacco dock that put Glasgow on the forefront of the trading world. For this reason, the old warehouses and Georgian buildings are something to marvel - they have been transformed into fantastic boutiques, restaurants and more. Merchant Square in particular is a great hub for dining. You absolutely must see the Merchant City Festival which supports the growth of artist-led organisations.
  • North Glasgow: With more than 10 parks, this beautiful area of Glasgow has a lot to offer, alongside tranquil canal walks and adventure sports which are perfect for family accommodation during your visit.
  • Sauchiehall Street: This is the home to the Glasgow School of Art, and is therefore an exciting area to find yourself. There are theatres and venues for you to enjoy, and international restaurants.
  • Southside: Here is the city’s largest green park, Pollok Country Park and two of Mackintosh’s most famed works such as the Burrell Collection and the Tramway.
  • West End: Hipster cool meets antique buildings and beauty - you will love walking along its cobbled streets and under the sandstone arches. The university buildings are to die for, with gorgeous Neo-Gothic forms and leafy gardens. You will find vintage shops, a lovely selection of eateries and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery.

What to do in Glasgow

Glasgow is quickly becoming a cultural capital in the UK, and lives and breathes artistic promise from its locals and visitors alike. You can find a great luxury apartment in Glasgow where you can visit all of the sights and relax at the end of the day.

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: The most complete collection of both Scottish and international art.
  • Riverside Museum: Here you can see various vehicles in an ultra modern setting.
  • Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA): A Georgian mansion that has been converted into a cutting-edge art museum with many permanent and temporary exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.
  • Glasgow Cathedral: A stunning example of the Church of Scotland’s wonderful architecture.
  • Glasgow Necropolis: Spooky but interesting - here you will encounter all of the graves and mausoleums of former Glaswegians of name and note.
  • The Lighthouse: Rennie Mackintosh’s work that is now an exhibition space.
  • House for an Art Lover: Another one of Mackintosh’s greats, that is now an arts centre and country home.
  • The Tall Ship: A restored sailing ship with maritime exhibitions dating back to the Victorian era.

Where to eat in Glasgow

Glasgow has plenty to offer in terms of its local gastronomy, and all of them are bound to be a stone's throw from your apartment in Glasgow thanks to its compact size. Our shortlist includes:

  • Ashton Lane: A cobbled street with character and bars and restaurants.
  • Taste Buchanan: Glasgow's answer to street food solutions and wonderful unique eateries in the city.