Glasgow’s South Side has a bustling, friendly community feel, with many exclusive, small boutiques and specialist shops selling everything from jewellery to arts and crafts, cashmere and tartan gifts.
The Hotel is also only a few miles from the city centre which offers a variety of fantastic shopping experiences.
Glasgow’s top shopping destination features 90 stores packed with the biggest names in retail such as John Lewis, H&M, Hollister, Next, Pandora, River Island and Thomas Sabo, as well as exclusive stores including bareMinerals, Fred Perry, Joy, Lakeland, Levi’s, Mango, Oasis, Phase Eight, Swarovski and Warehouse.
220 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 2FFVisit Website Posted on: 28 October 2014
St Enoch Centre
Scotland’s largest shopping centre and Europe’s largest glass structure, St Enoch Centre offers a wide variety of shops including large department stores such as Debenhams, Boots and BHS, as well as Scotland’s largest Food Court.
55 St. Enoch Square, Glasgow, G1 4BWVisit Website Posted on: 05 November 2014
A fashionable and very elegant shopping centre, home to a selection of designer names, exclusive boutiques under an Art Nouveau glass roof. The Scottish Craft Centre has an outstanding collection of work created by some of the nation’s best craftspeople.
48 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 3JNVisit Website Posted on: 05 November 2014
The Italian Centre
A selection of the finest Italian designer stores and the UK’s first Versace store, this is a cool and contemporary place to be and be seen! Enjoy famous designer names and people watching!
7 John Street/Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1HPVisit Website Posted on: 05 November 2014
Merchant Square Indoor Shopping
Situated in the area east of George Square in the city centre which used to be the hub of the trade generated by the city’s rich ‘Tobacco Lords’, Merchant Square boasts some wonderful exclusive shops and small arts and crafts outlets – ideal if you’re looking for a unique gift to take home.Visit Website Posted on: 05 November 2014
One of Britain’s oldest covered shopping arcades, built in 1827, Argyll Arcade is a covered street featuring the biggest selection of 32 jewellers shops all under one roof. John Baird takes the credit for its ornate iron-framed hammerbeam roof which is as pleasing to the eye as the glittering contents of the shop window displays. The L-shaped arcade was built in 1904 and to this day houses an array of local jewellery designers’ shops as well as antique jewellers’ shops.
30 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G2 8LPVisit Website Posted on: 05 November 2014