The HotelThe high-tech plug-and-play Courtyard by Marriott Glasgow Airport makes for a great relaxation spot for those unraveling the mysteries of Scotland. The on-site gym awaits fitness buffs 24/7.Spacious rooms come with plush bedding for a sound, well-deserved rest. Other amenities include large bathrooms, TVs, mini-fridges, and desks.Each day can be started with some Starbucks coffee, while all-day dining can be enjoyed in The Bistro.Room DetailsKing Room Standard occupancy: two people Maximum occupancy: two peopleGroupon’s Guide To GlasgowA haven for culture seekers, the city of Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city and home to one of Britain’s best live music scenes.Tourists may head to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum set in a striking Victorian building, a free emporium of over 8,000 works of art, from the French Impressionists to homegrown Scottish masters and examples of intriguing taxidermy. Glasgow Cathedral is the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the Reformation virtually intact, and captures the gloom of medieval power within its Gothic interior. To get a feel for Glasgow’s leading live music scene, travellers may explore St Vincent’s street, have a drink where Oasis played moments before they were signed, and see exciting live acts every night of the week.