Ocean Room Spa - Hilton Glasgow

At a glance

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    All treatment rooms have adjustable beds, and double rooms cater to wheelchair access; there is a disabled changing area, lifts througout the hotel and a hoist into the pool.

  • Restaurant

    Restaurant

    All dictating their intent with their Gaelic names, the hotel offers multiple, contemporary options for food and drink.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Hilton Glasgow offers family rooms where under-18s sharing with two adults stay for free; there is a children’s menu in the restaurant; and cribs and highchairs available.

  • Location

    Location

    In the heart of Glasgow’s city centre the airport as well as the Glasgow Science Centre, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) and other attractions are within easy reach.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    The hotel enjoys good leisure facilities and a range of treatments in the form of the LivingWell Health Club and Ocean Rooms Spa, but is not a specialised spa facility.

  • Shopping

    Shopping

    From the Buchanan Galleries to Ingram Street, there is enough in Glasgow to keep the most dedicated shopaholic satisfied.

Location

Ocean Room Spa - Hilton Glasgow

Ocean Rooms Spa - Hilton Glasgow 1 William Street Glasgow G3 8HT
G3 8HT

Spa & Leisure

Cool, calm and contemporary, the Hilton Glasgow’s Ocean Room Spa has a 15 metre pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. Of course, it would not be complete without a luxurious list of treatments and the Ocean Room Spa does not disappoint, offering massages, facials, manicures, and pedicures using Elemis products and a collection of finishing touches as well. There is also a hair spa designed to be a little more than your average hairdressers, and ensuring top-to-toe pampering.

Hotel & Accommodation

As the tallest hotel in Scotland and located in Glasgow city centre, the five star Hilton hotel is bright and contemporary from the décor to the Peter Thomas Roth toiletries; and unsurprisingly rooms boast impressive views across the city’s rooftops that catalogue its’ architectural history. Taking its name meanwhile from the Gaelic term for ‘to encounter’, the hotel’s Connich bar wears its welcoming agenda on its proverbial sleeve offering teas, coffees, and drinks as well as light bites. The hotel is also home to the cosmopolitan Ti lounge area; and Morblas restaurant offers a varied and contemporary menu for all meals as well.