Glasgow’s luxury boutique hotel, Kimpton Blythswood Square is looking to make each and every stay in the city memorable for its guests by encouraging small acts of kindness.

The Kimpton Blythswood has transformed one of its rooms into a ‘Stay Human’ oasis, where guests of the room will be given exclusive vouchers that can be passed on to strangers in the city which can be exchanged for a drink at the hotel bar. 

Ranked as the friendliest city in the world by Time Out, Glaswegians could be rewarded for anything, from giving directions or chatting at a bus stop. Glasgow is arguably a hot bed of kind faces and social connections and this is at the centre of the ‘Stay Human’ thinking. 

Glasgow Times:

In keeping with Kimpton’s boutique charm the ‘Stay Human’ room features all of the customary luxury amenities that guests at the hotel have come to expect.

When guests first enter the room they will find an eye catching flourescent 'stay human' light displayed on the wall to submerge them into the experience.

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The ‘Stay Human’ room is kitted out with an instant camera for guests to capture their memories, alongside a guestbook; perfect for leaving kind messages for future guests.

There are also boards on the wall where guests are encouraged to adorn them with written messages and share their experiences for future guests to enjoy and read.

Glasgow Times:

Adding addional magic to the room, pre-paid stamped kindness cards can be found giving guests the opportunity to thank those who they have made heartfelt human connections with during their stay.

Murray Thomson, General Manager at Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel said:

“At Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel we firmly believe that people make Glasgow. We want our guests to be submerged in heartfelt human connections.”

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“At the Blythswood kindness always wins, and we are now welcoming guests to come along and book a stay in the Stay Human room.”

As well as being encouraged to commit random acts of kindess, guests can divulge where acts of kindness have taken place in the city and report back by sharing the location via a large map of the city.

Glasgow Times:

This feature wall in the room will inspire other guests to do the same and will pick up ‘hotspots’ of kindness around the city.

If guests are looking for a quiet night in, they can be further inspired by the library of kindness and mindfulness literature inside the room. 

Deemed as a landmark hotel in Scotland’s biggest, most vibrant city, Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel has been a prestigious address since the early 19th century. 

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Overlooking a private garden square, the hotel’s Georgian townhouses were originally home to wealthy merchants and were later turned into the club headquarters for The Royal Automobile Club. Now, the hotel boasts 113 bedrooms, as well as a new two-bedroom penthouse suite.

The Stay Human room is available to book from 26th October until 27th December. For more details click here.