Plans to transform former Glasgow court into hotel

03 July 2019 by
Plans to transform former Glasgow court into hotel

Plans have been submitted to transform Glasgow's Wellington House and former tribunal court into a 98-bedroom hotel.

Developer Henley's Rogue City Hotels is working on the project, having also recently received planning permission for the 57-bedroom Hobson hotel in Cambridge.

The vacant Glasgow property would be called the Wellington hotel and is described as a hotel that would "provide the best of both boutique hotels and serviced apartments", with the developer stating: "anything that spells ‘chain' goes against the brand ethos".

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