Lionel Richie sang about being easy like Sunday morning.
Snap up today’s Big Deal on an overnight dinner, bed and breakfast stay at the Novotel hotel in Glasgow city centre and Sunday evening could be pretty sweet as well.
City centre location
This relaxing offer is for two people to enjoy a Sunday night stay in a standard twin or double at the four star Hotel Novotel on Pitt Street in the heart of Glasgow.
A full Scottish or continental breakfast in the morning plus a two course dinner in the hotel’s Elements Bar are included along with a bottle of Prosecco in your room on arrival.
All the ensuite rooms feature TV with movies on demand plus Internet access along with a broadband connection and hot drinks facilities.
As part of the offer, guests can watch as many pay per view films as they like without paying a penny – perfect for film buffs.
Guests are welcome to unwind in the roof-top Wellness centre which boasts panoramic views of the city. As well as the great views, the centre has a gym, sauna, steam room and a eucalyptus shower enclosure – which will leave you feeling fresh and re-energised.
This is a great offer if you want to treat your partner to a night away; spoil Mum with a mini-break or have a night out with friends.
Whether you choose to stay in and enjoy the hotel’s facilities or make the most of Sunday night in Glasgow city centre is up to you.
The Novotel has collected lots of positive reviews from happy guests. The first of the following two is from 5pm and raves about the Novotel’s restaurant while the second is a shortened version of an extensive, glowing review from TripAdvisor:
‘There was a good choice on the menu and our meal was really nice and very good value. The cheese plate was amazing! All the staff were very attentive.’ Rating 4.6/5
‘Ideal location for city centre. The staff are very helpful…. I had a room on the 6th floor which was large… a very comfortable bed… a large walk in shower room with wash hand basin, plenty of towels and toiletries. This hotel is much better than many 4 star hotels I have stayed in.’