Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel

Glasgow's Most-loved Hotel

By Jill Scott Hicks Bill

Edited by Penny Grearson

Format: Paperback

Glasgow's most loved and famous hotel - choice of Hollywood stars on trips to Scotland, is the subject of this timely chronicle. Glamour, drama, stars, fame, food and travel, this book has it all in glorious colour and celebrates the best and the refurbishment of this stunning landmark for Glasgow.

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Gresham Publishing

Gresham is a small, dynamic book publishing company based in Glasgow. Scottish-interest titles are the main focus of their publishing and they endeavour to produce informative and enjoyable books about Scotland, its culture and its history. They publish books and e-books in a wide range of categories, including nostalgia, food and drink, history, humour, children's and reference.

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Glasgow's most loved and famous hotel - choice of Hollywood stars on trips to Scotland, is the subject of this timely chronicle. Glamour, drama, stars, fame, food and travel, weddings, life above and below stairs, music and dance, weddings and pianos, autograph hunters, board meetings and AGMS, fancy dresses and ballroooms - Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel has it all - and more! Origins, growth, heydey, and then bust! And now refurbished and stunning in glorious luxury - the hotel is celebrated in this wonderful, beautiful book. Personal mementoes, wonderful images of stars like Danny Kaye, Mae West, Laurel and Hardy, Gene Kelly, The Beatles, Cliff Richard, Laurence Olivier, Lena Horne, Jimmy Durante, decorate this gorgeous book.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Gresham Publishing
Publication Date 10 Jan 2012
ISBN 9781849342209
Number of Pages 160

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'Celebrates the grande dame of Gordon Street - as it went from dishevelled duchess and a return to splendour. The Herald's book of the week.' The Herald

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