Style meets substance, with bold design features and subtle touches combining to echo the city's own intricacies. The carpet detail comes alive with quotations from the local shipyard workers and each floor has a colour theme that is reflected throughout every bedroom. Stencilled crane illustrations feature on the bathroom mirrors and on the bedroom walls giving the impression the TVs are suspended from a height. Digital print headboards featuring iconic images of the city frame the entire room and traffic cone lights ensure one night's stay in this hotel will make you feel as if you have soaked in Glasgow's many highlights.
A city where visitors are welcomed with a warm hug, a wee dram and a supply of banter that will keep them on their toes, Glasgow's sense of humour seeps into the walls and fabrics of the hotel. In fact, if you look carefully, you'll spot more than a few wry icons of the city surrounding your stay - from the Duke of Wellington statue sporting the obligatory traffic cone atop his head, to local hero Billy Connolly's outrageous big banana boots and killer one liners. Add to that several definite nods to Glasgow's proud industrial past - from the cranes that still stand sentinel over the city to the rivets, timber and steel of the shipyards.
Visitors to Scotland's largest city could have no better introduction to Glasgow than ibis Styles. It has pulled out all the stops to transport Glasgow into the hotel itself, making it the perfect partner for your journey. World renowned Glaswegian architect, designer and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh's beloved rose emblems weave their way through the carpets, while his unmistakable lines and angles seep into side tables, reminding guests of the artistic flair that lights up Glasgow. Kick back, relax and enjoy the fun filled personality that radiates from this dynamic, Glasgow-inspired hotel, after a day of exploring the great city itself.