Your Glasgow Airport Hotel
It takes just 10 minutes to drive door to door from the Watermill Hotel to Glasgow International Airport so if you are looking for a Glasgow airport hotel, you might consider our peaceful riverside setting rather than an overheated box near the airport runway.
We can arrange transport for you between Paisley and GLA and of course we can sort out an early morning call and breakfast to speed you on your way when you have an early flight.
By the way, we may consider ourselves a Glasgow Airport hotel, but you will seldom be disturbed by aircraft. We are closer to the ducks' flight path here on the River Cart.
Glasgow Airport - News
August 10, 2008
The good thing about staying in a hotel near Glasgow Airport is that you are unlikely to miss your flight. However it is always a good idea to check in early – for a bit of pampering! The Sunday Times today reports on one of Glasgow Airport’s great attractions: the maniped, which you will find [...]Click here to read the rest of this entry.
August 8, 2008
Some of our guests feel bad when they get into a taxi at Glasgow Airport and say “take me to the Watermill Hotel”. After all, the taxi rank at Glasgow AIrport usually has 12 drivers waiting, ready to go to Glasgow city centre but secretly hoping their next fare will really be to Dundee or [...]Click here to read the rest of this entry.
July 21, 2008
Not long now. The new Skyhub state of the art extension at Glasgow Airport is due to open in just three months time at the end of October. This should improve the whole aiport experience for all of our inbound guests but particularly those flying from London to Glasgow as well as other domestic passengers. [...]Click here to read the rest of this entry.
July 13, 2008
Good news for travellers. Glasgow Airport has now set up a free drop off – and pick up – zone, directly in front of the main terminal. They have also improved facilities for disabled passengers on transfer to the airport. As the Watermill Hotel often arranges transport for hotel guests to and from the airport, [...]Click here to read the rest of this entry.