From a former Greek Orthodox Church to a stylish hotel, Malmaison Glasgow has it all going on. Located right in the heart of the city centre, Malmaison is the perfect spot for either an overnight stay, after work drinks or a mouthwatering meal.

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Image: www.malmaison.com

Whether it’s an overnight stay, weekend away or a longer trip, Malmaison Glasgow is a fantastic choice. With each of the 72 bedrooms beautifully designed and featuring big comfortable beds and power showers. With a choice of stunning rooms to choose from, guests will be spoilt for choice. Little touches in the Mal Club include exclusively designed ‘Sealy pillow-top King sized’ beds, Anatomicals toiletries and use of bathrobe and slippers, while the Deluxe Club feature these as well as Sky Sports and a Lavazza coffee machine. The Duplex Suite has an upstairs mezzanine and a fabulous drench shower. The Executive Suite, also named ‘The Big Yin’ features two 50” TV’s and a walk in monsoon shower.

In the vaulted basement lies the critically acclaimed The Honours restaurant. Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart opened the restaurant in 2014. The brasserie oozes style and luxury, all whilst maintaining a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. The Honours A La Carte menu, a ‘mix of traditional and modern french cuisine’, features a whole host of exquisite dishes.

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Image: Facebook @TheHonoursGlasgow

To start off your meal, the choice includes, Orkney Scallop “Grenobloise”, Parsnip & Pear Soup and Martin Wishart Smoked Salmon. Or why not opt for Oysters, reared in the Atlantic Waters of the Fal Estuary. Main courses include a ‘Simply Done’ section featuring fish and meat dishes including Salmon, Whole Lemon Sole and Donald Russell Rib-Eye Steak with a choice of sauce. The Main Plates include Hand Rolled Tagliatelle, Glazed Short Ribs and Steamed Fillet of Gigha Halibut.

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Image: Facebook @TheHonoursGlasgow

However, The Honours Chateaubriand (pictured) is the showstopper. Served with duck fat chips, onion rings, green salad and bearnaise sauce, it’s perfect for sharing. If you have room for dessert, try the Honours Sunday, Dark Chocolate Pave or Souffle Du Jour. If you don’t have a sweet tooth, try the selection of French farmhouse cheeses with a choice of Henri’s of Edinburgh cheese.

The Honour’s also offer a Sunday Lunch, where you can choose from either two or three courses, including Roast Sirloin of Donald Russell Beef and Navarin of New Season Lamb. There is also a fantastic Prix Fixe menu as well as Private Dining Menus.

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If you’re looking for somewhere to celebrate the festive season, The Honours at Malmaison is the perfect choice. The Festive Menu is served between the 18th November until Christmas Eve and is available from £35-£43 per person. If you wish to celebrate Christmas Day stress-free at The Honours, their Christmas Day menu is stunning. The five-course menu is served between 1pm-6pm and includes dishes like Duck, Pistachio & Foie Gras Terrine, Fillet of Beef Wellington and Slow Roasted Free Range Turkey, for £99 per person. The menu for Boxing Day Brunch is 3 courses for £34.95 and includes a glass of fizz. Heading there for Hogmanay? Bring in 2017 with champagne, canapés and a 3 course meal in The Honours followed by a live DJ Audisco in the Chez Mal Bar, all for £85 per person.

For more information, view menus or to book, visit their website.