09 Jul 10% Off For Glasgow Summer Sessions!
Glasgow Summer Sessions Discount!
We’ve already given you the lowdown on what’s happening during the famous Glasgow Summer Sessions this year. Now, we want to continue the party atmosphere by offering a 10% discount for all guests staying at the Ambassador Hotel during the Sessions, that is, 22nd – 29th August. You don’t have to be attending a concert to get the discount though, so make sure you read on to see how you can get a little cashback action if you’re planning a trip to Glasgow during the deal dates.
The code is 10OFF, and the method is simple! Just book online at the Ambassador Hotel website and input the code when prompted. The booking rate will be automatically adjusted and – hey-Presto! – you’re all set to go!
The festival takes place on 22nd, 25th and 29th of the month and our deal covers all the nights in between too. So, why not make a holiday off it and stay the week? We’ve made you a little sight-seeing guide to get you on your way on the days when you don’t happen to be seeing major pop and rock stars play to what’s bound to be one of the liveliest crowds they’ll see on tour! Read on to find out more.
Glasgow Mural Trail
What better way to take in the city centre than by following artworks inspired by the city, it’s people and the country beyond? These monumentally-sized pieces have been commissioned by the Council over recent years and are now firmly part of the Glasgow furniture. Celebrating everything from Scotland’s vast fauna to scientific discoveries and local celebrities, the trail will see you pass some of the city’s architectural and cultural highlights too. Plus, you’ll work up an appetite in time to sample some culinary delights from our rich foodie scene.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
Accessible by train or car, a trip to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs is the ideal way to experience a slice of the Highlands without venturing too far. Sip on a coffee and enjoy the view at Loch Lomond Shores or strap your boots on and bag yourself your first Munro by hiking almost 1,000 meters up Ben Lomond itself.
Pollock House and Country Park
To get a piece of the countryside pie without leaving the city limits, head to Pollock House. The former stately home is a time-capsule itself, with plenty of original artworks, features and décor to marvel over. Then head into the surrounding grounds – now a public country park – and enjoy a nature trail or brisk woodland walk.
Last, but by no means least, is a cruise down the Clyde. Now, it’s not the most picturesque of rivers, we’ll admit, but it’s an exciting way to get a glimpse of the Glasgow skyline and understand a little of our industrial heritage.