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A Safe Hotels In Glasow For Meet With Escort

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Hi,

Iam going down to Glasgow on feb, and staying one night in a hotel.

Iam going to book am escort girl and was wondering if any one knows any nice hotels to stay that are safe and in city centre?

Thanks

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Marriott, SAS Ramada ( now called Blu I think ? ) to name but two.

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Can second the Radisson Blu. The City Inn isn't bad either but a bit further out (still walking distance).

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If you know who you are thinking of booking, the best bet would be to ask the girl to recommend a hotel in advance. She is bound to know from experience what hotels are best suited to an outcall. For that reason you probably can't go wrong with lauras choices. I have been to incalls in all the hotels in the Charing x area, and never had any probs. The premier inn next to Charing x train station is a very popular choice with girls on tour. was at an incall there last week and it's a great location.

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I met a girl in the Ibis once and just happened to have a very nice time :)

Cheers

A Lord

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If you know who you are thinking of booking, the best bet would be to ask the girl to recommend a hotel in advance. She is bound to know from experience what hotels are best suited to an outcall. For that reason you probably can't go wrong with lauras choices. I have been to incalls in all the hotels in the Charing x area, and never had any probs. The premier inn next to Charing x train station is a very popular choice with girls on tour. was at an incall there last week and it's a great location.

I'd concur with the Premier Inn. You have some great views of Glasgow from the high-up floors, doing doggy style with the girl leaning on the window ledge and her nose pressed on the window !!!!!!

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I met a girl in the Ibis once and just happened to have a very nice time :)

Cheers

A Lord

i think i may have seen the same girl, polish? Most hotels are okay. I cant think of once that isnt?

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I'd concur with the Premier Inn. You have some great views of Glasgow from the high-up floors, doing doggy style with the girl leaning on the window ledge and her nose pressed on the window !!!!!!

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:)

In the past I have used the Marriot and The Raddison "Blu" as well as visited a lady on tour at the Premier at Charing Cross. All 3 with no problems, you can look at it two ways, the hotel is just a "crash pad" therefore the less money you spend on it the better. Or if your treating yourself and you want a bit of style then go for a more expensive option. When I last stayed at the Raddison (6 months ago) for a non punting visit, it was £85.00 B&& and the rooms are very nice.

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Thanks for all ur help, I have booked into the mint hotel, looks nice and free parking.

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Finnieston? :eek:

Thought you wanted a safe hotel? :lol:

Only kiddin, sure it'll be fine. As long as you realise it's not in city centre.

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You will be fine at the Mint hotel, although hell know's why the City Inn changed their name to Mint!

Edited by louise

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Mint Hotel (previously City Inn) is fine. I've had ladies visit me there before.

Ask for a room overlooking the river when you check in, a much nicer view, and quiet.

There are two entrances: the one by the river leads straight to the reception desk. The one opposite (on the road side) allows you to enter and go straight to the lifts without walking past reception.

And you get a free iMac computer and free internet access in the room.

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If you don't mind basic (but very clean etc) then the Etap at Springfield Quay is good VFM. You can usually book a room online for £18 per night.

Only thing is if your room is on the 6th floor then your lady has to walk past reception - but just book the room for 2 and say she's your partner if they ask (very unlikely).

If you're on the other floors you need your room keycard to operate the lift but you don't pass reception.

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If you don't mind basic (but very clean etc) then the Etap at Springfield Quay is good VFM. You can usually book a room online for £18 per night.

Only thing is if your room is on the 6th floor then your lady has to walk past reception - but just book the room for 2 and say she's your partner if they ask (very unlikely).

If you're on the other floors you need your room keycard to operate the lift but you don't pass reception.

I think the Etap is ok for an hour's booking as toxical said it is clean, but if you are a bit old fashioned like me and like a bit of privacy when you go to the bathroom its not for you :) The toilet is pretty much in the room (the toilet is in a cupboard in the room). No offence intended toxical I agree that it is certainly good VFM but maybe not enough privacy for a long booking.. I visited a regular client there and I hated it..sorry if I am being a snob but I like plenty of space and a bathroom xx

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I think the Etap is ok for an hour's booking as toxical said it is clean, but if you are a bit old fashioned like me and like a bit of privacy when you go to the bathroom its not for you :) The toilet is pretty much in the room (the toilet is in a cupboard in the room). No offence intended toxical I agree that it is certainly good VFM but maybe not enough privacy for a long booking.. I visited a regular client there and I hated it..sorry if I am being a snob but I like plenty of space and a bathroom xx

Very fair point, Louise. That is most definitely a drawback that needs to be taken into account.

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Suppose its ok for someone that wants to pay a bit extra to see a good quality escort but isn't particularly loaded to spend 3 figures on the hotel element too.

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Jury's Inn is usually good too, parking alongside in Jamaica St and if you go through laterooms, £60 - £70 approx.

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Completely agree re Etap having its drawbacks, but price makes it very attractive in certain circumstances - and the third bed across the top can help with gymnastic activities!

Slightly higher up the food chain (but not as nice as Jury's or others, I agree), the Glasgow Central Travelodge has better rooms and open lift access. The chain has another of their £10 a room sale offers coming up soon (starts 6am, 3rd March). The dates for these will all be for weeks/months ahead, and it can be difficult getting the hotel of your choice if you leave it much after 7 or 8am - but past experience suggests it's worth booking a few in the hope that you can use them, as I've done for Glasgow/Edinburgh in the past. If you don't use them, you've only lost a tenner. If you do use them, it's a great value room for an Outcall. Or, come to think of it ladies, for an Incall location...

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haven't you guys ever had problems with complaints about the noise? I'm being serious btw :lol:

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haven't you guys ever had problems with complaints about the noise? I'm being serious btw :lol:

Only from the guys knocking on the wall asking if they could join in and being told no! :D

Seriously, I have worried occasionally about this, especially once in a London room with an interconnecting door to the next room (yes, it was locked...), as I could hear every word of the guy's phone calls before my visitor arrived for the evening. So I did worry about reverse noise later on, but he never said a thing. Maybe he had his ear next to a glass up against the door...

And in the Etap, yes, the walls are ultra-thin, and I recall expressing concern to my young companion there that maybe we were making too much noise for the people next door? She shrugged her shoulders, said: "It's a hotel." And carried on regardless. Ah, modern youth: they have such a carefree attitude...

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hi

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hi

is their any indian escorts in glasgow?

Not the cleverest thread to put this query on ..... and an old thread to boot.

Why don't you repost this in a new thread, Sahib?

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