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Glasgow - Luxury

A Glasgow city break is the ideal opportunity to treat yourself to a luxury experience. Here's our varied list of the top ten treats available in and around Glasgow.

Princes Square
Designer, boutique and high fashion stores compete for your attention among the restaurants and bars. A small, self-contained courtyard, the design and layout of the stores promote an airy atmosphere with all the time in the world to browse. More info

Boutique shopping (West End or Merchant City)
Full of small stores, independent shops and wealth of excellent pubs, cafes and restaurants. Have a wander and you're sure to find something that you might not find anywhere else.

The Italian Centre
If you ride to work on a Vespa, or just like the idea of it then the Italian Centre is the place for you. Frequented by the beautiful people, the wannabes and the people who think wearing sunglasses indoors is perfectly normal, big designer names like Gucci and Versace compete for space in your wardrobe. More info

Loch Lomond Seaplanes
The UK`s only commercial seaplane service offers a breathtaking travel experience whether it's for business or leisure. Europe's only City Centre Seaplane Terminal is located in the heart of Glasgow and you can tour the best scenery Scotland has to offer, all from the comfort of this luxury seaplane. More info

One Devonshire Gardens
Set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in the fashionable West End of Glasgow, One Devonshire Gardens is one of Scotland's finest luxury boutique hotels. They have a reputation for first-class service and style and it never fails to impress. More info

Mar Hall
The magnificence of Mar Hall is undoubtedly one of Scotland's premier luxury hotels and it will delight the more discerning traveller. With 53 luxurious and individually designed suites with breathtaking views of the Kilpatrick Hills it also boasts the first Aveda Concept Spa in the UK, and from Spring 2009, there will be a Championship standard golf course. More info

Dedicated to offering their guests the very best, they specialise in the most memorable city locations, unique surroundings and understated ambience. It's a luxury hotel that's home from home. More info

Brian Maule at Chardon D'Or
Try a little taste of luxury from this world-renowned and well-travelled chef. The food here is excellent and the use of local ingredients showcase the best Scotland has to offer. In a nutshell, it offers stunning food that's beautifully prepared. More info

In 1935, as the great Cunard liner 'Queen Mary' took shape on the Clyde, a restaurant was refitted in the same Art Deco style - and a Glasgow legend was born. The oldest surviving restaurant in Glasgow, fish and exotic seafood are its speciality. More info

Theatre Royal Glasgow
Open since 1867, the Theatre Royal presents a wide variety of drama, dance, comedy, opera, musical and children's theatre. It is home to Scotland's resident companies, Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet and there's always something going on at this classic venue. See what's playing and buy your ticket. More info