Its Victorian exterior and newly refurbished interior dovetail here with dramatic effect. Indeed, a considered fusion of traditional character and contemporary influence energises the whole environment. Being privately owned enables Rab Ha's to offer service excellence with personal rapport. The standards are stringent and the smile is sincere. Rab Ha's: the old institution with new inspiration. Rab Ha is short for Robert Hall: a 19th century inhabitant of the Merchant City who was no stranger to fine food. This appetite earned him the sobriquet... 'The Glasgow Glutton'. Nursery rhymes were chanted around the city in his honour and his passion for delicious dishes lives on at 83 Hutcheson Street..
Hear flames crackle from an old stone fireplace while you take in cool, pre-club sounds.
The well-aged single malt selection rubs shoulders with interesting beers, fashionable shots and wonderful champagnes. Time-worn oak panels are interrupted by clever, modern design touches.
After an exceptional meal here, you can retire to your newly-designed room by passing the striking leather chairs of the hotel reception and the ever-present fresh flowers. On top of the fresh, clean linen of your comfortable bed rests a fashionable, soft throw-over and your complimentary white bathrobe. When using your modern bathroom suite, you'll walk on the eye-catching, dark slate floor.
Specially commissioned glass and photographic prints bring a level of luxurious individuality that few Glasgow hotels can live with. No common, old portable monitors here, but the latest in flat screen, televisual technology.