The Torrance Hotel

The Torrance Hotel
135 Main Street, east Kilbride, East Kilbride, Glasgow, G74 4LN
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Welcoming Traditonal village hotel in walking distance to Scotland s largest undercover shopping and leisure centre in East kilbride. East Kilbride has many local attractions including Village Theatre, Golf Courses, Ten Pin Bowling, Ice Skating, Odeon Cinema and is only 7 miles from Glasgow city centre. Built in 1773 by General Stuart of Torrance as a cotton-spinning mill and workers houses the building in Torrance Square provided a focus for town life. In its many incarnations the popular Torrance Hotel has also housed a school, a shop and a Coaching Inn, but it has always been at the heart of East Kilbride. The building has retainained all its original character and charm. We have 16 comfortable newly refurbished bedrooms including the newly refurbished Honeymoon Suite. Enjoy a meal in our warm and friendly restaurant or lounge bar which caters for a wide range of food from traditional meals to bar snacks. We are a 5 minute walk from the local train station which will take you straight into Glasgow s Central Station which runs every half hour. If more information is required then do not hesitate to ask our friendly receptionist staff.

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1. JenW19 Mar 2013, 10:01pm1 star The Torrance Hotel Report

Do not stay at this hotel! When we arrived there were body hairs in the bed from the last occupant of the room. There was dried food stuck to the TV remote, a questionable bathroom (i.e. not clean). There was also a shirt hanging from a chair - presumably from the previous guest. The manager did not even seem surprised at the state of the room. He did offer to have the room cleaned "again" (I doubt it was cleaned in the first place) - but by this stage the body hair had made me feel sick and I just wanted to leave. We left without staying the night. Complete waste of time. Avoid, avoid, avoid!!!

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