Whatever brings people to the city, be it a festival, a weekend, culture break or a world class sporting event, the city is prepared to welcome them. There are 9104 hotel rooms within 10 miles from the city ranging from five star spa hotels to trendy boutiques to budget boltholes. And there are an additional 1000 hotel rooms a day luxury serviced apartments development in preparation for the visitor boom that the 2014 games will bring
Glasgow is known in the world for its vibrant arts and cultural heritage, stunning architecture and world class shopping . In Glasgow, there is something for everyone with over 1,500 shops to choose from. Ranging from vintage shops to exclusive designers. Glitzy and Buchanan Quarter both adding to the city’s shopping scene this 2013. Making Glasgow the largest and most successful shopping destination outside London’s Westend. For style mavens, Glasgow is a mecca.
Some of the high end international designers you will have the privileged to find in Glasgow are – Argent Provocateur, Ralph Lauren, Burberry , Cruise and Vivienne Westwood.
On the vintage scene, you will find – Mr Ben – Glasgow’s Glory Hole of vintage and retro fashion, Tatty Bon – an independent boutique which offers a range of vintage and retro fashion and recycled clothing. You will also pick up some vintage and second-hand items at Merchant City’s We Love To Boogie on the 16 South Frederick Street.
There are so much more to look forward to in Glasgow from theatre, to arts to books and dynamic food and wine. Glasgow this year will celebrate the natural beauty of the city.
To find out more about Glasgow and to tour the city visit – www.peoplemakeglasgow.com
Voting has now commenced for Mobo awards 2013 on www.mobo.com