Affordable food and drink
Just like staying at the Travelodge Glasgow airport is great value, eating and drinking there is just as great value.
You can enjoy breakfast, snacks and dinner in the relaxed and informal environment of the Bar Café, or you can order a meal to collect and take into your room.
There's also a fully licensed bar with wines, lagers, beers, spirits and soft drinks.
Wake up to an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast for an incredibly low price - and kids eat free*.
There's a choice of a cooked breakfast with sausages, scrambled eggs, fresh tomato, bacon and baked beans. You can also help yourself to croissants, muffins, toast, Kelloggs cereal, granola, fruit and yoghurt. Wash all this down with tea, coffee or fruit juices.
Don't be shy - grab as much as want, as many times as you want.
Breakfast is served from 7am to 10am from Monday to Friday and from 8am to 11am on Saturdays and Sundays.
Look out for our breakfast upgrade for just £3.75 - that's half the normal price.
*Up to two children 15 years old or under can eat free with each paying adult.
Snacks and evening meals
You'll find a meal to suit everyone in the Bar Café - there's even a kids menu.
Dinner is served from 6pm to 10pm all week - last orders for dinner are at 9.15pm.
Some typical dishes from the menu include cheese and garlic dough balls or half a rack of BBQ ribs to start. Follow this by Singapore noodles or southern-style chicken and bacon salad for your main meal. And for dessert, tuck into a Belgian waffle or syrup sponge pudding.
Children can choose from spaghetti and meat balls, cheeseburger and chips, sausage and mash, scampi, chicken teddies or a jacket potato with baked beans. Individual vanilla ice cream pots are on offer for dessert. You can combine a child's main meal and ice cream for just £4.25.
Your first holiday tipple?
The bar is open through the day until late at night for guests to enjoy their first holiday drink - or two. It's stocked with wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks, so finding a drink you like shouldn't be a problem. Sit at the bar or take it back to your room.Top