Register for the LIVE FLASH on 5 May


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129 Bath Street
Glasgow G2 2SZ



The 59-room ABode Glasgow is an upscale boutique located an eight-minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. The attention to detail and artistic flair in the rooms at this historically listed hotel include stained glass windows, vibrant accent walls, and framed prints by Scottish artist Adrian McMurchie. The hotel operates a stylish bar and restaurant on-site, where traditional Scottish comfort foods and breakfast are served daily, though breakfast is not included with room rates. Room service is available 24/7. Business facilities, event spaces, and on-site catering are available for guest functions and Wi-Fi is free throughout. Guests may want to compare rates at the Hotel Indigo Glasgow, which is equally stylish and provides high-end features, like Aveda products in its bathrooms. 


Wednesday 09th: single: 109 GBP / double 119 GBP
Thursday 10th: 109 GBP / double 119 GBP
Friday 11th: 119 GBP / double 129 GBP
Saturday 12th: 119 GBP / double 129 GBP


If you want to stay at ABode Hotel Glasgow, please contact the reception mentioning the promotion code “EPDA101019”
Call 0044 141 221 6789 
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“The Flying Scotsman”
191 Ingram Street
Merchant City
Glasgow G1 1DA

A jewel in Glasgow’s Crown: The Corinthian Club prides itself on retaining many of its original features, and has previously won awards for its design and architecture. Built in 1842, it has previous served as the Glasgow & Ship Bank and subsequently the city’s judiciary courts, before being painstaking restored in 1999 to the impressive venue it is today. Featuring a 26 foot glass dome and some of the most intricate and elaborate plasterwork in the city, it really is a must visit for all.




The Lighthouse
11 Mitchell Ln
Glasgow G1 3NU



epda Meet & Greet will take place in Charles Mackintosh’s Glasgow Herald building.

The Lighthouse is Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture. It was opened as part of Glasgow’s status as UK City of Architecture and Design in 1999. As a visitor centre, exhibition space and events venue the Lighthouse acts as a beacon for the creative industries in Scotland and promotes design and architecture through a creative programme of exhibitions and events.

The Lighthouse is housed in the former Glasgow Herald building, the first public commission completed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and is the perfect place to begin a Mackintosh tour of Glasgow. The Mackintosh Interpretation Centre also charts the life and work of Mackintosh and allows access to the Mack Tower, providing unrivalled views of Glasgow.



4-86 Albion StreetG1 1NY
Merchant City, Glasgow


Since flinging its doors open in 2007, Gandolfi Fish has been a hit with Glasgow foodies. As well as tickling diners, they’ve wowed critics, featuring as one of Ron Mackenna’s top 25 Scottish restaurants and being Hitlisted by The List. Smart and comfortable, Gandolfi Fish is a real treat for anyone who enjoys the fruits of the sea.