Originally built in the 1800s as one of the city’s very first power stations, Hotel Indigo Glasgow provides a welcoming sanctuary inspired by the area’s 19th-century architecture.
Our guest rooms’ rich fabrics and panelled walls reflect the opulence of the city’s pioneering past, while the modern facilities, spa-like products and marble bathrooms bring the 21st-century into our walls, providing you with comfort and convenience. Murals by local artists line our corridors and adorn our lounge which leads to our Marco Pierre White Steakhouse featuring locally sourced ingredients cooked to perfection.
Around our central Glasgow boutique hotel, you’ll find streets buzzing with creative energy and lined with world-class shops, inspiring museums and historic theatres. We also have the bright lights of the West End, sporting venues and state-of-the-art concert and exhibitions halls right on our doorstep, so you never have to travel far to explore the enchantments of Glasgow.
Our team are here to help you make the most of your visit. They have a great knowledge of the local area so just ask them for some insider knowledge on the best places to be, they are always happy to help.
The revolutionary 19th-century power station that first lit up the city has transformed into Hotel Indigo Glasgow, offering guests an insight into the industrial roots and desire for innovation that encapsulated Glasgow in the Victorian era. The original 1892 building was substantially altered and extended upwards in the early 1930’s, and the present-day appearance of the building is due to the work carried out at this time. Most of the ground floor architecture within the building remains and has been incorporated into the hotel decoration along with some modern twists, such as the Mural of Famous Glaswegians above our lounge.
Glasgow’s free museums allow our guests to experience the history of Glasgow and the rest of the world. From the Riverside Museum showcasing what Glasgow was like in the early 1900s, and the Kelvingrove Gallery, which houses some of the country’s most exclusive pieces of art, there’s a strong creative energy running throughout Glasgow. If classic architecture is your thing, then wander the streets of Glasgow that’s littered with bustling squares and cobbled alleyways.