GLASGOW’S only five-star hotel has today announced a rebrand.

The Blythswood Square Hotel will now be known as Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel after relaunching under Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants brand.

The City Centre hotel will now offer Kimpton’s signature perks, including a nightly hosted evening social hour, free bikes to explore Glasgow, in-room yoga mats and Kimpton’s ‘Forgot It, We’ve Got It’ service of essential travel items.

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Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel also welcomes pets at no extra charge.

The hotel, which has long been a beloved staple in Glasgow, is recognised by its striking Georgian townhouse exterior.

However, inside, guests can expect new modern, playful and edgy Kimpton art pieces that aim to being a “a soulful edge to the grandeur of the hotel,” say bosses.

The Kimpton brand is renowned for its top restaurants and bars, and Bo & Birdy at Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel is the newest restaurant and bar to be added to the portfolio.

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Officially open to the public today, the Bo & Birdy restaurant is under the culinary guidance of the first female executive head chef of a luxury hotel in Scotland, Gillian Matthews.

Murray Thomson, general manager at the Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel, said: “Glasgow is one of the UK’s most exciting cities. It’s bursting with culture, music, history and personality, making it a great location for the newest Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant.

“Bo & Birdy will offer a unique new dining experience in the city, bringing to life soulful, hearty dishes using the best of Scottish produce.”