Virgin Hotels Glasgow

Following our successful work for Virgin Hotels Edinburgh, Four-by-Two was asked to create another outstanding interior design scheme, this time for the hotel interiors and hospitality branding at the group’s second European site, in Glasgow.

“Scotland is very much the beginning of our journey in Europe … it is a genuinely very exciting time for Virgin Hotels”.

Bryan Davern, Vice President of Operations, Europe for Virgin Hotels

Virgin Hotels Glasgow. Interior design scheme, Four-by-Two took inspiration from Glasgow’s industrial heritage. Decorative metal shutters and lighting serve as a backdrop.
Interior design scheme, Virgin Hotels Glasgow. With views over the river Clyde, the interior design light feature is inspired by the cranes of the Clyde shipyards.
Interior design scheme, Virgin Hotels Glasgow. The Art Deco-inspired bar features a large-scale decorative back bar display and velvet tall bar stools welcome you.

“We aimed to capture Glasgow’s unique spirit,
offering visitors and locals an unparalleled experience.
The hotel’s design truly reflects this, as well as the
city’s rich history. Well done to the team for
creating magic, yet again.”

Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group Founder

Interior design scheme, Virgin Hotels Glasgow. A richly designed space, featuring dark woods, part illuminated. Lush yellow and blue velvet armchairs, alongside polished tables.
Interior design scheme, Virgin Hotels Glasgow. A richly designed space, featuring dark woods, illuminated bar and bar stools..

“A remarkable addition to our growing family of hotels …
every detail has been curated to reflect the dynamic
diverse essence of Glasgow”.

James Bermingham, CEO, Virgin Hotels Collection

Interior design scheme, Virgin Hotels Glasgow, glass room and seating looking out over bridge.

As well as the interior design, Four-by-Two was commissioned to create the identity for the hotel’s new glasshouse venue, Rocks on Fox St, a luxurious whisky bar set to offer one of the finest whisky collections in Glasgow.

The logo draws inspiration from local street names and the grid-like street design of the neighbourhood. If you’re ever in the area, pop in for a warm Glasgow welcome.