Park Stay & Go Glasgow Airport

Lots of us are currently booking, planning and anticipating flying off on holiday this Summer. There is always a lot to arrange, especially if you are travelling with younger kids, but if you are flying from Glasgow Airport you could find a convenient solution to where to park your car by using Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport.

 

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They offer competitive rates on long stay parking for Glasgow Airport with a  range of 4, 8 or 15 day packages. These include accommodation as well as parking, which is fab if you have a flight with anti-social hours. When travelling with my kids I am always torn between booking nice day time flights, or night flights in the hope they will sleep through it (usually a futile hope in my experience!), but have often found that either means a check-in at 6am or landing in the middle of the night when no one is awake enough to drive safely. By using parking deals with the Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport you also get accommodation included – which means you are less than a minute’s walk from the main terminal – meaning more sleep for an early start, or an easy stumble to bed from a late landing. In fact it is so close you can even check in your bags then pop back to the hotel for breakfast!

There’s plenty of room types to choose from – family rooms, easy access rooms and executive rooms if you want to treat yourself. All the rooms have double glazing to help ensure your sleep is peaceful. They even have a pillow menu so you can choose your favourite kind (make mine marshmallow please – yum!).

All rooms have LCD TVs and high speed internet access, so you can do some last minute work, keep in touch with family, and all importantly for me – keep the kids entertained on their tablets (woe betide me if I land the teenager without internet for long!).

The hotel is very family friendly and kids under the age of eighteen stay free if you’re sharing a family room. Even better, under thirteens can eat for free when they’re with a paying adult. The children’s menu is designed to be tasty and healthy – keeping kids happy with yummy grub and parents happy to see some of the all important 5-a-day going in!

If time allows you could head out into Glasgow. You could take a trip to the harbour to find out more about Glasgow’s shipbuilding history, or enjoy the architecture of George Square. The Glasgow Science Museum offers lots of hands-on fun for kids and grown-ups to enjoy, or try out the Glasgow Spy Mission Treasure Trail – a self guided walk around the city with clues to solve and codes to crack.

What a relaxing way to start your holiday off, and if you travel frequently you could get extra discounts by joining the Holiday Inn Park, Stay and Go Club.

Are you heading anywhere nice this summer?

Love Miss Cisco XXX

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8 Comments

  1. April 15, 2015 / 4:03 pm

    I have become a huge fan of airport hotels since having kids, especially when flying long haul. A package deal sounds great!
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  2. April 15, 2015 / 6:16 pm

    Sounds wonderful! Early morning flights are definitely better than night flights
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  3. April 15, 2015 / 9:37 pm

    What a fantastic idea. Anything that makes travelling with kids that bit easier, and at the same time gives you some extra Zzz’s, has got to be a winner.
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  4. April 16, 2015 / 7:43 am

    ooh this sounds great

  5. April 16, 2015 / 8:40 pm

    I love an early start and getting going but husband is the opposite and prefers afternoon flights!
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