Step inside, into the enormous, open-plan living-dining area, and you'll find a mix of curated mid-century pieces (Vintage plates, Scottish art and Macintosh) housed in a stunning uber-modern setting. (Granite kitchen, floor to ceiling glass and tons of playful colourful touches.
A floating staircase hugged by glass floats down past Scottish artwork to a fabulous guest room with kingsize bed (American double), private shower room and a terrace with stunning views over the city.
Glasgow centre is packed with stylish bars, top-notch restaurants and one of best live-music scenes. The place's sheer vitality is gloriously infectious: the combination of edgy urbanity and the resid…
-Central Station Train station 4 minute walk
-Queen Street Train station 14 minute walk
- Argye subway Metro station - 7 minutes (taking you to many venues for the Games, or for sight-seeing in Glas…