Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow
Clyde Hostel, Glasgow

Clyde Hostel, Glasgow

Charing Cross
6,6
1,965 Reviews
Party Hostel
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How is Clyde Hostel rated on booking websites?

72%
Overall
63%
Cleanliness
77%
Staff
81%
Location
69%
Atmosphere
74%
Security

Clyde Hostel Reviews

Filthy, dirty, creepy!

Even though it is the cheapest place in town you still don't get your moneys worth. there is not a single clean spot anywhere. you feel like being in a shelter for homeless people rather then being in a hostel. i would not recommend it to anyone and definitely not go there again.

Matthias
2014-09-28

Very dirty

It was probably the dirtiest hostel I have ever stayed in -- the bedroom was cramped and there was little ventilation. Avoid unless you have absolutely nowhere else to stay.

Gethin
2012-10-05
Welsh

Only a last resort

This hostel is really dirty. I was scared about getting bitten by bedbugs. The breakfast is a huge tub of gelatinous "jam" with some bread and some cereal. Scary windy staircase to get up and down, feral bathrooms/showers. Staff were very inconsistent, one was great when I checked in but others were disinterested and rude. Free internet is good but you can't sit down. Don't stay there if you can avoid it.

Jessie
2007-07-27
Australia

Oh my God, don't believe any of those photos on the right - I'm pretty sure they were taken of some other hostel. This place is the gateway to hell. I cried when I stayed there -- I was there in Summer 2002. I was actually booked in across the road but the guy there couldn't speak English and shouted at me to get out. So I ended up at this one -- and yes, even in '02 the owner was up all night hurling abuse at the guy across the road. There were people living there -- in cupboards, and the kitchen was full of broken glass -- with a sign up saying 'Beware of Broken Glass!' Surely easier to just sweep up the bloody glass? They also tried to take my passport at check in (I refused) and a few months later read how some places were stealing passports/id and selling them on the black market. Never ever go there!

Hector
2006-06-08

Their customer service has been improving. They deserve a second chance and their rates are great. With me they were willing to work out any problems and were always courteous in their response.

Josh
2006-06-06

Where do I start? This place is only one step above sleeping on the streets. I have always loved staying at hostels but will certainly think twice before I book another one after my stay in the Blue Sky. There are things I can overlook because of the price such as there being no window or ventilation in the room and the overall mess of the place. The things that really got to me were the bare wires hanging from the ceiling in our room, the fact that none of the electricity sockets worked, the shower being so dirty that I decided it would be safer to wear socks while I was standing in it. The list is endless but what topped it all off was going out the front for a fag to find the owner (Todd) and the staff having a full on fight with the staff from the rival hostel across the road. When Todd came back inside, he enthusiastically described how good it felt to "break that polish c**t's nose".

Alan
2005-12-05

this is the worst, dirtiest, unfriendly dive i have ever stayed in. the staff ignored you and came in to your room as and when it pleased them. there was no windows or electricty in our dorm! so much for saftey! the owner and staff liked to fight with the rival hostel across the road it was so bad while i was there it turned in to a full blown fight with broken noses! my advice stay well away from this place!

maz
2005-12-05

Don't do it to yourself. The owner doesn't care too much about the hostel now and has left the running of it to his dad and staff. The whole place needs TLC. The hostel provides breakfast, but aside from that the cooking facilities, and the equipment, etc., is pretty ordinary. Cooking is discouraged.

Anonymous
2005-06-03

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Description

Location and Contact

Location

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Address: 65 Berkeley Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Reino Unido

Clyde Hostel is listed on the following booking sites:

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Website

Website Clyde Hostel Glasgow www.blueskyhostel.com
Phone Number: +441412211710
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Facilities and Amenities

Party Hostel

Bedsheets

City Tours

Towels

Wi-Fi in Lobby/Commons

Lockers in Lobby

24 Hour Security

Clothes Dryer

Credit Card Payments

Entirely Non-Smoking

Gameroom

Hair Dryers

Hot Showers

Hot tub/Jacuzzi

Kitchen

Laundry

Lounge Area

Breakfast

Wheelchair Accessible

Service Animals

Max. Age: 35

Min. Age without Parent: 18

Checkout: 10:00 (10 AM)

Curfew: No Curfew

Lockout: No

Maximum Stay: 14 nights

Minimum Stay: 1 night

Open Dates: All Year

Reception Hours: 24 Hours

Size: Medium (30-60 beds)

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