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RMG Hotels (Rennie Mackintosh Group) takes its name from Glasgow’s most renowned architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Combining a progressive modernity with the spirit of romanticism, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) created many of the best loved and most influential buildings, furniture and decorative schemes of the early 20th century.
The Glasgow (Willow) tea rooms he designed in the early 1900s are perhaps his most unique contribution in which art, architecture and design came together in a complete environment. Glasgow is where the majority of his work was executed (where most of his surviving work can be found) and Mackintosh’s career paralleled the city’s economic boom. Other famous and outstanding contributions to Glasgow architecture and design include Glasgow School of Art, The Lighthouse, Hill House, Queens Cross Church and the House for an Art Lover.
The superlative Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum displays furniture, decorative objects and paintings which set Mackintosh's work in the context of Glasgow at the turn of the century
Our Glasgow flagship hotel, Alexander Thomson Hotel takes its name from the equally gifted Glasgow architect Alexander "Greek" Thomson.
Imposing 85 bedroom Glasgow hotel, perfectly located in the city centre close to Glasgow Central railway station, Glasgow’s financial district, SECC, Glasgow nightlife, and all major attractions. Excellent bus links and taxi stance within a short walking distance. Enjoy some of the best Glasgow hotel deals around.
Comfortable, convenient, great value en suite Glasgow bed and breakfast accommodation with modern facilities, close to Mackintosh-designed Glasgow School of Art. 5 minutes from Sauchiehall Street, its bars, restaurants and shopping. 24 bedrooms. Enjoy the charm and original features of Rennie Mackintosh design.
Attractive Glasgow budget hotel located right in the city centre, adjacent to Central Station. One of the oldest Victorian buildings in Glasgow and forms part of the Architectural Landscape of the city. The influence of Charles Rennie Mackintosh can be seen in the relaxing surroundings of our lounge and bar.
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