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Courtyard by Marriott near Glasgow Airport


(4 star hotel)
 
£43.20*
room-only
£69.00*
including 8 days parking
0 miles
from the airport
8.4/10
customer rating

Why settle for anything less than the Courtyard by Marriott, one of our most luxurious Glasgow airport hotels? This stylish 4-star hotel is just 500 yards from the terminal, which means you can stay in bed a little longer. Sprawl in a comfy double bed with crisp cotton linen, soft duvets and fluffy pillows. All rooms have sliding mirror windows to block out sound and light, so you're sure to have a peaceful night's sleep before your long journey ahead.

We have used holiday extra's for overnight hotel and airport parking
when we have travvelled abroad on holiday. It is great to extend the holiday for a day and not have to worry about getting to the airport on time. Apparently as stressful as divorce of redundancy. The hotels are always fab and great value for money.

Mrs Jones (Glasgow Courtyard by Marriott)

My flight was cancelled so I booked a room online in an airport hotel through yourselves (to avoid the rush at the hotel itself once other flights were cancelled) and paid for it. When I got to the hotel they had no record of my booking, nor my payment, and there was no beds left. It took two hours of waiting around before a room was found. They still had no record of my payment.

Miss Morton (Glasgow Courtyard by Marriott)

As I wished to stay in hotel for 2 days had to phone holiday extra. I found the staff very helpful and received the best service possible. I would book again with holiday extra.com.

Mr Gardiner (Glasgow Courtyard by Marriott)

Had no problems even though I had to change my dates due to collapse of airline I was due to travel with.
Many thanks

Mr Kindness (Glasgow Courtyard by Marriott)

Holiday extra provided a first class service.
The Glasgow airport Ramada hotel was the best airport hotel we have stayed in. Worth paying that little bit more and getting a great room, food,drinks and staff. You will start your holiday/trip refreshed and relaxed.

Mr Robinson (Glasgow Courtyard by Marriott)

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Overall rating: 84% by 176 guests

Courtyard by Marriott room-only procedures

Getting from the hotel to the airport

You can walk to the terminal in 7 minutes, and you can take a map from reception to help you find your way.

If you prefer, reception can call you a taxi. It will cost around £5 and only takes a few minutes.

Alternatively there’s a public bus which costs £1.60 per adult and 80p per child. It runs every 15 minutes Monday-Saturday, and every hour on Sundays. Reception can give you timetable if you need one.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

On the day of your stay

Drive to the hotel. You’ll find driving directions and a postcode for satnavs in your confirmation email.

Once you’ve parked, check in and give reception your registration number so they can waive the parking fee.

Getting from the hotel to the airport

After you’ve checked out of the hotel drive to the Long Stay car park, which should only take around 3 minutes.

The barriers will automatically lift after scanning your registration. All you need to do is drive in and find a space. You’ll keep your keys while you’re away.

Shuttle buses run to the terminal every 10 minutes and take around 5 to get there, plus they’re included in the price.

Coming home

After collecting your luggage catch the bus from where it dropped you off and return to Long Stay to pick up your car.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

On the day of your stay

Drive to the hotel. You’ll find driving directions and a postcode for satnavs in your confirmation email.

Once you’ve parked, check in and give reception your registration number so they can waive the parking fee.

Getting from the hotel to the airport

After you’ve checked out of the hotel drive to the Long Stay car park, which should only take around 3 minutes.

The barriers will automatically lift after scanning your registration. All you need to do is drive in and find a space. You’ll keep your keys while you’re away.

Shuttle buses run to the terminal every 10 minutes and take around 5 to get there, plus they’re included in the price.

Coming home

After collecting your luggage catch the bus from where it dropped you off and return to Long Stay to pick up your car.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

On the day of your stay

Drive to the hotel. You’ll find driving directions and a postcode for satnavs in your confirmation email.

Once you’ve parked, check in and give reception your registration number so they can waive the parking fee.

Getting from the hotel to the airport

After you’ve checked out of the hotel drive to the Long Stay car park, which should only take around 3 minutes.

The barriers will automatically lift after scanning your registration. All you need to do is drive in and find a space. You’ll keep your keys while you’re away.

Shuttle buses run to the terminal every 10 minutes and take around 5 to get there, plus they’re included in the price.

Coming home

After collecting your luggage catch the bus from where it dropped you off and return to Long Stay to pick up your car.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

Once you’ve parked, wait for your transfer in one of the bus stops dotted around the car park and be sure to remember where you got on. The buses run every 10 minutes, take 5 minutes to get to the terminal and won’t cost you a penny.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

On the day of your stay

Drive to the hotel. You’ll find driving directions and a postcode for satnavs in your confirmation email.

Once you’ve parked, check in and give reception your registration number so they can waive the parking fee.

Getting from the hotel to the airport

After you’ve checked out of the hotel drive to the Long Stay car park, which should only take around 3 minutes.

The barriers will automatically lift after scanning your registration. All you need to do is drive in and find a space. You’ll keep your keys while you’re away.

Shuttle buses run to the terminal every 10 minutes and take around 5 to get there, plus they’re included in the price.

Coming home

After collecting your luggage catch the bus from where it dropped you off and return to Long Stay to pick up your car.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

On the day of your stay

Drive to the hotel. You’ll find driving directions and a postcode for satnavs in your confirmation email.

Once you’ve parked, check in and give reception your registration number so they can waive the parking fee.

Getting from the hotel to the airport

After you’ve checked out of the hotel drive to the Long Stay car park, which should only take around 3 minutes.

The barriers will automatically lift after scanning your registration. All you need to do is drive in and find a space. You’ll keep your keys while you’re away.

Shuttle buses run to the terminal every 10 minutes and take around 5 to get there, plus they’re included in the price.

Coming home

After collecting your luggage catch the bus from where it dropped you off and return to Long Stay to pick up your car.

Courtyard by Marriott with hotel parking

On the day of your stay

Drive to the hotel. You’ll find driving directions and a postcode for satnavs in your confirmation email.

Once you’ve parked, check in and leave your keys with reception. They may need to move your car while you’re away.

Getting from the hotel to the airport

You can walk to the terminal in 7 minutes, and you can take a map from reception to help you find your way.

If you prefer, reception can call you a taxi. It will cost around £5 and only takes a few minutes.

Alternatively there’s a public bus which costs £1.60 per adult and 80p per child. It runs every 15 minutes Monday-Saturday, and every hour on Sundays. Reception can give you timetable if you need one.

Coming home

Make your way back to the hotel and pick up your car keys from reception.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Long Stay

Once you’ve parked, wait for your transfer in one of the bus stops dotted around the car park and be sure to remember where you got on. The buses run every 10 minutes, take 5 minutes to get to the terminal and won't cost you a penny.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Skyport

Transfers are included in the price and you can expect to wait around 9 minutes, though you may have to wait as much as 20 minutes. The journey normally takes just 10 to 15 minutes, but it may take longer during the rush hour.

Park & Ride customers will be unable to take oversized items onto the transfer buses (skis, snowboards, bicycles, surfboards or anything as large/larger than these items). To avoid this, you can drop large items off at the terminal with a passenger and then drive your car to the car park.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at the hotel

Getting from the hotel to the airport

You can walk to the terminal in 7 minutes, and you can take a map from reception to help you find your way.

If you prefer, reception can call you a taxi. It will cost around £5 and only takes a few minutes.

Alternatively there’s a public bus which costs £1.60 per adult and 80p per child. It runs every 15 minutes Monday-Saturday, and every hour on Sundays. Reception can give you timetable if you need one.

Courtyard by Marriott with parking at Flying Scot

You can hop on one the transfer coaches to get from the car park to the airport and back. Transfers are included in the price, leave every 15 minutes and take just 5 minutes, 24 hours a day.

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* Prices quoted are for stays on the 21-04-2019, valid as of 16-02-2019