Best Glasgow hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Glasgow hostel

  • One of the biggest advantages of staying in a hostel in Glasgow is your proximity to the city center and other points of interest without the steep prices of hotels or vacation rentals. When you book a room at one of the many hostels in Glasgow, you can have easy, convenient access to attractions like the People’s Palace and the Glasgow Cathedral, while traveling on a budget.
  • One of the best hostels in Glasgow for solo travelers looking to meet people is the Euro Hostel Glasgow. This hostel is centrally located, which limits the amount of logistics you’ll have to tackle to reach the main tourist attractions. It also features an onsite bar, where you can mingle with other solo travelers. The rate for a shared room at the Euro Hostel Glasgow is one of the cheapest in the city, making it budget-friendly and great for solo travelers.
  • With the variety of room options available, the Tartan Lodge is a great choice for those traveling with friends or family. At this hostel, you can book a room in a fourteen-bed dormitory, an eight-bed dormitory, a six-bed dormitory, a five-bed dormitory, a four-bed dormitory, a three-bed dormitory, a private double room, or a private triple room. Breakfast is also available at the Tartan Lodge, so you can fill up before hitting the town.
  • When you’re booking a hostel in Glasgow, you’ll have plenty of options for various locations to stay around the city. The eastern areas of the city near Glasgow Cathedral and the western side of the city near the Glasgow Science Centre are both near some of the area’s most popular hostels. If you’re looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of central Glasgow, the Alba Hostel is a historic hostel located outside the city center to the northwest.

Where to stay in Glasgow?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Glasgow by showing you the exact location of each hostel.