Blythswood Square Spa

At a glance

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    The hotel has accessible bedrooms, and lifts throughout. The spa and treatment rooms are accessible and there is a hoist into the pool. There is a wheelchair accessible toilet, but no accessible changing room.

  • Hotel_spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    A five star hotel with spa facilities to match, however there is no gym.

  • Hen_friendly

    Hen Friendly

    The city is known for its lively atmosphere, bars and clubs … something to look forward to post-spa!

  • Pre_natal


    The spa offers treatments tailored for mums-to-be.

  • Shopping


    Glasgow has much to offer by way of retail therapy, from boutiques to the Buchanan Galleries

  • Location

    City Centre Location

    The hotel is conveniently located for exploring the city, being at its geographical epicenter.

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Blythswood Square Spa

Blythswood Square Spa, 11 Blythswood Square, Glasgow, G2 4AD
G2 4AD


Spa & Leisure

The spa at Blythswood Square Hotel forms a 10,000 square foot playground befitting a five-star venue. There is a thermal suite comprising a sauna, steam room and ice fountain, a 12-metre vitality pool with massage fountains, a hydrotherapy spa pool, a dark vitality pool, saunarium, rhassoul chamber, tepidarium, laconium, and there are also nine treatment rooms.

Taking a bio-scientific approach to skincare the spa has developed its own product line incorporating indigenous Scottish plant life in a wide selection of treatments, which includes facials, massages, wraps, scrubs, manicures and pedicures as well as more specialised rituals such as Chakra Well-being and sleep treatments.

Hotel & Accommodation

Part of the Townhouse Collection, this five-star hotel in Glasgow City Centre has 100 rooms looking out onto the green space of Blythswood Square, and resides in a building which was once the Clubhouse for The Royal Scottish Automobile Club (RSAC). From a geographical perspective, it sits pretty much at the centre point of the city.

The hotel’s restaurant and cocktail bar is in the former ballroom of the RSAC, and provides a relaxed, but nonetheless refined atmosphere serving a seasonal menu of locally sourced produce. The Salon on the other hand is a 35-metre lounge area on the first floor characterized by comfy sofas where teas, drinks and afternoon tea are served.