A Glasgow hotel was evacuated after multiple 'threatening' phone calls were made.

Staff and guests at the Grosvenor in the city's West End were told to leave the premises at around 6am on Monday, April 1.

999 crews descended on the hotel and searched the area after the occupants left.

It was determined that there was nothing of any concern and guests were allowed back into the hotel shortly afterwards.

The force revealed that an investigation was being carried out into the phone calls. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 6.10am on Monday, April 1, 2024, officers attended a premises in Grosvenor Terrace, Glasgow after a report of threatening telephone calls.

"The premises were evacuated as a precaution while searches were carried out.

"These were negative of anything of concern and members of the public have been permitted access back to the premises. Enquiries remain ongoing."