A former 19th century church, St Jude’s of Blythswood Square is now the striking Malmaison Glasgow. The hotel opened in September 1994 and retains most of its traditional charm as a Greek Orthodox Church. According to local history for much of the 19th century St Jude’s was one of Glasgow’s most fashionable places to worship.
72 rooms including 8 suites, high beds, slinky lighting, power showers, CD/DVD players, CD/DVD libraries, flat screen plasma TV’s, free broadband and wireless access, personal bar with drinks you’ll want to drink, serious wines and naughty nibbles. Other little luxuries include same-day laundry, toiletries you’re encouraged to take with you, ‘vroom’ room service and a hi-tech gym.
Two bespoke rooms for business meetings, presentations or private parties as well as two private dining rooms dedicated to wine and champagne, are available.
Find salvation, and unique meeting and event spaces, at Malmaison Glasgow. Once upon a time, this Mal used to be an Episcopal church. Now it’s a temple for worshippers of divine dining, fine wine and superstar meetings. With two fabulous meeting and events spaces and two individual private dining rooms, Malmaison is a pilgrimage all business travellers should make when visiting Glasgow.
Mal 1 and Mal 2 are fully air-conditioned rooms with Wi-Fi and presentation equipment if required. You’ll find either room perfect for meetings or events for up to 45 delegates, and with tea, coffee and Mal Munchies always available in the bar, Brasserie or in the room itself, a refreshing meeting is always on the agenda. The divine dining experience can be extended even further with Private Dining rooms, each featuring their own unique super slinky style.Packages
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