The four star hotel is set on the picturesque banks of the River Clyde less than 20 minutes from Glasgow International Airport, Glasgow City centre and the beautiful Scottish countryside in nearby Loch Lomond. We also enjoy quick transfer times to Glasgow city centre, as well as the national motorway and rail networks. We also have free parking for up to 300 cars, and our own helipad. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is just 20 minutes to the west and Robert Burns' Ayrshire is just a short drive away.
The site was once part of the William Beardmore and Company Naval Construction Works. Built by William Beardmore, between 1901 and 1906, the yard covered nearly 100 acres, making it was one of the largest shipyards in the UK. It produced a large range of products, including ships of all descriptions, aircraft, airships, tanks, guns, shells and mines. After World War I, it constructed locomotives and steel houses. The yard became uneconomic in the 1920s and closed its gates for the last time in 1930. Later used as ROF Dalmuir, many of the buildings survived into the 1980s, with some shipbreaking on the site.
The Golden Jubilee National Hospital was built in 1994, as a private hospital by Health Care International. The hotel, now a conference venue, was built to accommodate the relatives of the wealthy private patients. Now owned by the National Health Service.
- Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, Beardmore Street, Glasgow, G81 4SA
Take a low level train from either Glasgow Queen Street or Central Station to Dalmuir Station. The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is situated approximately 10 minutes walk from the station. (See route map above). There are frequent trains running into the city centre and to Loch Lomond with a journey time of approx. 20 minutes. Connections to Edinburgh from Queen Street are every 15 minutes or take advantage of the new direct route from Dalmuir to Edinburgh which runs every hour. Travelling to the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel from London? Why not take the overnight sleeper service which runs nightly in both directions.
The nearest bus stop is on Dumbarton Road, which is also just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. Regular services run towards Glasgow and Dumbarton, Balloch and Helensburgh. From Glasgow city centre you can take the First Glasgow Bus No’s: 6, 1, 1A, 1B. Please note that the number 62 takes you only as far as Clydebank bus terminal. The no 6 bus can be caught from near Dalmuir Train Station.
Glasgow International Airport. Situated at Junction 28a, M8 to the west of Glasgow, The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is an approximate 15 minute drive from the airport. Use M8/M898 then follow the map (downloadable below). Alternatively there are taxis available at the airport.
Courtesy transfer: The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel offers a courtesy transfer to Glasgow International Airport. This is available on request and subject to availability.
Download Printable Directions Here (PDF)