Welcome to Z Glasgow
Art and architecture, football and fun. We’re right in the middle of it
Housed in an old printworks with 104 bedrooms arranged round a central lightwell, we’re just steps away from historic George Square and close to the shops of the style mile and the bars of Merchant City. With the River Clyde a short walk as well as Glasgow Green with its People’s Palace, this is the perfect base to explore all of the city’s eclectic attractions.
The nearest car park is located on Montrose St G1 1RS (2 minutes walk). Hotel guests receive a discounted rate of £12.50 per 24 hrs (50% discount).
- Queen Street Station 3 mins
- Glasgow Central Station 8 mins
- Argyle Street 6 mins
Glasgow at a glance
- Gothic Necropolis
- Play, pie and pints at Òran Mór
- Zaha Hadid-designed Riverside Museum
- Kelvingrove Art Gallery
- Historic Clyde cruises
- Scottish Football Museum
- Populist history at the People’s Palace
Step into your Z room and it all makes sense. Your home in the heart of town has been cleverly designed to give you everything you need. Sumptuous handcrafted beds, beautiful linen, high-quality, en suite shower room, an HDTV with all Sky Sports and Movie channels, and of course, Wi-Fi. Throw in complimentary toiletries, plenty of hanging space, underbed storage and in-room tea & coffee making and you've got compact luxury at its best.
- Crisp bed linen
- En suite
- Samsung HD TV with Sky
- Tea & Coffee
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
Z Inside Single
- Sleeps 1
- no window
All the features of our standard single bedroom, with no curtains to draw.
- Single Bed
Z Inside Double
- Sleeps 2
- no window
All the features of our standard double bedroom, with no curtains to draw.
- Double Bed
- Sleeps 2
What more do two Urbanites need, besides each other?
- Double Bed
- Sleeps 2
Named after the size of the bed, not the stateroom in Buckingham Palace.
- Queen Bed
- Sleeps 2
A queen room with specialist shower, lowered hand basin, grab rails and minimum 1.5m turning circle.
- Queen Bed
One of Scotland’s most impressive medieval buildings, Glasgow Cathedral is built on the site where St Mungo is thought to be buried.13 min - 398
Five exhibition spaces show a rotation of modern art exhibits housed in an impressive 18th-century neoclassical building in the city centre.5 min - 398
Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery
This immersive visitor centre traces the history of Scotland’s oldest brewery with a tour that also focuses on the brand's passion for Scottish football and proud musical heritage. Tastings at the end.14 min - 398
The Mackintosh House
A fascinating recreation of the home of Glasgow's most celebrated architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, showing his distinctive style.43 min - 398
Neapolitan sourdough pizzas with authentic ingredients are assembled with passion, then cooked in wood-fired ovens in this large industrial-style space.4 min - 398
A grand brasserie housed in the 130-year-old ex-General Post Office building overlooking George Square, Browns serves seasonal dishes and afternoon tea.2 min - 400
A Glaswegian institution, this sumptuous art-deco restaurant, styled after the Queen Mary ocean liner, serves classic fish and seafood from Scottish waters.6 min - 401
An unassuming grill restaurant using locally sourced and authentic Japanese ingredients. Particularly good for bento boxes offering a cross-selection of the menu: tempura, gyoza, sushi, miso soup, steamed rice and much more.21 min - 399
The Counting House
Housed in a former bank, this JD Wetherspoons pub still has its storage vaults and some safes in situ.4 min - 398
The Piper Whisky Bar
Proud stockists of whisky from every distillery in Scotland, this place is serious about malt.2 min - 399
The Flying Duck
Lively subterranean cafe/bar/club styled in vibrant vintage chic, offering all-vegan bar menu and regular DJ sets.11 min - 398
Claiming to be the oldest pub in Glasgow, Sloans is traditionally where couples would celebrate their engagement after buying a ring in the adjacent Argyll Arcade. Now hosts Friday-night ceilidhs as well as a monthly macaroni cheese appreciation club.8 min - 399
Just what it says on tin
Thought this was a great find .Hotel very central .Rooms minimalistic but very clean Ideal if only staying a night or two .Thought all staff were great especially Karolina who couldn't do enough for us .Great value for money will definitely stay here again when staying in Glasgow
Enjoyed our stay so much we booked a second night!
Currently staying our second night at the Z hotel, I normally only read trip advisor to read reviews and don’t normally go to the hassle of writing one myself however my expectation of the Z hotel were exceeded. We had booked a basic double room which had no window however on check in the gentleman at reception who was amazing offered us an upgrade to a bigger room for an extra £10 which we thought was really good so we did. On arrival the room was spotless and the bed was sooo comfortable best sleep we have both had in ages. The team at Z hotel were always so friendly and courteous and the complementary cheese and wine which they have between 5-8 was such a nice touch have stayed in 5 star hotels that have never provided any little extras like that. We were so pleased with our stay that we extended our trip and booked another room for tonight. Thank you so much to all the team for a wonderful experience
Myself and my boyfriend have stayed at Z Hotel a number of times now as we just love it! Great location in the heart of Glasgow, rooms are immaculate and the staff are lovely! They have always went that extra mile for us whenever we have stayed for a special occasion, leaving some sweets and a personalised message! The prices for the rooms are an absolute steal as well for being in the location it’s in, hands down wouldn’t stay anywhere else now
Cozy, clean and lovely staff every visit!
Always a great stay at Z Hotel, most reliable hotel with great staff.
Affordable and top quality
I have stayed in a lot of Glasgow city center hotels over the years and just found a little gem named Z Hotel. It's a lovely traditional Victorian building that fits in very well among the other common Victorian structures that are spread all over the city.
On arrival, I was given a warm welcome and my queries were answered politely, professionally, and promptly. I had only arrived and already know that I was going to enjoy my stay.
Entering my room was very pleasing as the room was very modern looking with everything I needed for my stay. Lovely, clean, and comfy bed, beautiful modern style shower and bathroom, hassle-free wi-fi, very good selection of teas/coffees, and a final surprise turning the Tv on to find satellite TV. Basically everything and more!