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This daringly different hotel is a former Greek Orthodox Church in the centre of Glasgow - an excellent base from which to explore the top quality shopping, art galleries and theatres on our doorstep. Every one of our 72 bedrooms and suites has been beautifully equipped with huge beds, torrential showers and newly renovated with stylish fittings and luxuriously thick mattresses, deservedly making Malmaison one of the popular destination hotels in Glasgow.
Chez Mal offers a fresh mix of contemporary styled dishes in the relaxed but vibrant setting. Food and drink lovers can look forward to mouth-watering menus, bursting with bold flavours and fresh ingredients, all complemented with craft beers, Champagnes and expertly crafted Mal cocktails. With its glittering domed ceilings and relaxed 'brasserie-style' service, Chez Mal is truly a step up from the usual restaurant fayre. Seats up to 106 covers and is available for exclusive use.
Mal bar brings you cold beers, crisp bubbly and a creative array of inventive cocktails, all in a cool and colourful setting with an electric atmosphere. Pull up a blue pew amongst the pop art and peruse the majestic menu of wines, ales, cocktails and spirits. Watch our mixologists work their magic alongside the beats of our resident DJ on Friday nights.
Right on the edge of the city's fashionable West End, our hotel is a testament to elegance and style, and our meeting and events spaces are extremely well suited with a clean, airy and comfortable apartment feel. Just around the corner from Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow Central train station and Buchanan Street - home of the late-night bars and rock clubs - we're right in the heart of the action, and the only choice if you're a looking for a hotel that's far from orthodox…