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From the M8 By Car:
The hotel is close to the M8. 


Getting there by car: 

Rather than give detailed instructions, best thing is to use your sat nav but here are a few pointers! The QEUH is marked on the map so that might be a good reference point.

From the airport/West by Car: 

It's about a 20 minute journey via the M8. Take the exit for the M74.  Continue on Seaward St. Take Govan Rd and Finnieston St/The Clyde Arc to Tunnel St. 

From the East/North: From the M8 at junction 19, take the A814 exit to Clydebank/S.E.C.C. Use the left 2 lanes to merge onto A804. Turn right onto Anderston Quay/A814 and continue to follow A814. 

Useful information about buses and trains to the conference venue here

From Central Station or Queen Street Station:

The easiest way to get to the Radisson Red is by taxi from either of the main train stations and this will cost about £15 in a black taxi. Gett (black taxi) and Uber (private car) are also available if you download the apps.


From the City Centre By Bus:

The 100 bus goes from Queen Street to Tunnel Street and the hotel is a 1 min walk from the bus stop

The 877 bus goes from St Enoch shopping centre/underground station to Tunnel Street and the hotel is a 1 min walk from there

By local, low level train: 

Take the low level train from Central Station or Queen Street station towards Dalmuir to the Exhibition Centre station, the hotel is an 8 minute walk from there.


From the Airport By Bus:

Take the Airport Express, which goes close to Glasgow Central. It takes about 20 minutes and costs £8.


There is a limited amount of parking available at the conference hotel and they should be contacted if you wish to book a space-there is a charge. Parking in Glasgow City Centre and the West end is all metered and expensive so you may want to think about parking further away and using public transport or a taxi to get to the venue. There are plenty of car parks but you should expect to pay in the region of £25 for the whole day.