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The Sandyford Lodge

21 Royal Crescent
G3 7SL

Tel. 0141 332 9009
Fax. 0141 353 2143

Glasgow City Chambers

The City Chambers in Glasgow have been the headquarters of Glasgow City Council since 1996 and are an exceptional example of Victorian architecture. The building, designed by the Scottish architect William Young and built between 1882 and 1888, was inaugurated by Queen Victoria herself.

The City Chambers building has always been the seat of municipal government in Glasgow under various names. The outside of the building is in the Beaux Arts style, with a sculpture by James Alexander Ewing as a centrepiece depicting Queen Victoria surrounded by the symbolic figures of Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales and the colonies of the British Empire. The interior of the building is well worth a visit and tours that are approximately 45 minutes in length are held twice a day on weekdays. Visitors can discover many fine examples of visual and tactile fine art and admire the white Carrera marble staircase, the Venetian mosaic tiles, the imposing Council Chamber and the Banqueting Hall which can seat 300 people for dinner.

If you are visiting the City Chambers in Glasgow for business or pleasure, then the Sandyford Lodge will be an ideal place to stay. The chambers are easily accessible by public transport or just 25 minutes away on foot through some of the most interesting historic parts of the city. We offer 19 rooms that are all furnished to high standards and offer all modern conveniences such as private bathrooms, direct dial telephones and digital TV and radio stations. The prices at the Sandyford Lodge are inclusive of breakfast and guests can choose between continental fare and a full cooked Scottish breakfast.

Call our reception on +44 (0)141 332 9009. Our friendly staff will be happy to advise about the best B&B deals on offer on your dates of travel. Bookings can also be made using the link to the online reservations systems on the left-hand side of this page. No visit to Glasgow would be complete without a visit to Glasgow City Chambers and a night spent at the Sandyford Lodge!