Restaurant bar casino in beautiful old and largely accessible building with stunning architecture
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
Need to enter through a side entrance having asked them to open the door but once inside the Venue is largely accessible with several disabled toilets and flat access to main bars and private function rooms
Transport & Parking
It is in central Glasgow with all those restrictions you would respect with very limited on-street parking but with some local public transport including Queen Street station close by. Also no parking directly outside the main entrance means getting in and out of cabs made easier
You cannot get up the large flight of steps into the Victorian building but they do have ramped access to the side but you need to ask at the reception for the door to be opened. Once in the building much of it seems to be accessible certainly most tables in the main bar restaurant (freestanding or booths) are accessible, a few are on a slightly raised dais.. there is a somewhat hidden away lift giving access to casino (not visited) and function rooms (visited) with level access
Accessible toilets on the ground floor needing lift therefore if you are in Casino or private function rooms but the toilet that I visited was well kitted out though probably not that large. It was clean tidy and uncluttered
Without exception all very helpful guiding us through restaurants and bars helping with the lifts and offering help
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Very atmospheric place and you must look up if you're in the main bar as the ceiling and glass dome are stunning. We had a set menu for a function but food was lovely.