The SNP MSP for Shettleston, who is backing a campaign to renovate Tollcross Winter Gardens, hit out after the council revealed plans to spend £140,000 doing up Glasgow Green's glasshouse.
As reported in the Evening Times earlier this month, the council claimed it was unable to fund the £800,000 needed to repair the B-Listed Tollcross glass house, opting instead to put a £60,000 plastic wrap around it showing what it would look like following work.
The cover will help preserve the fabric of the building, which is currently covered by scaffolding, and improve the area in time for the 2014 Games.
But, on Monday, we revealed the Winter Gardens and People's Palace will undergo a costly upgrade ahead of the Games.
The attractions will be shut Monday to Friday throughout October for the works to be completed.
Mr Mason has now urged the council to carry out repairs at the Victorian greenhouse in Tollcross Park, which is close to the new Tollcross International Swimming Centre. The pool will be one of the key venues for the 2014 Games.
Mr Mason said: "I'm afraid that the council is simply guilty of bare-faced hypocrisy on this.
"I absolutely welcome the fact that further work is being done on the Glasgow Green Winter Gardens - it is a real gem.
"So too, though, is Tollcross Winter Gardens, which the council is proposing to do nothing about.
"Just recently I visited the newly refurbished Tollcross Pool and Leisure Centre which looks superb.
"However, it does strike me as being bonkers that we'll spend lots of money on doing up Tollcross Leisure Centre but world visitors will have to park their car and walk by a dilapidated Tollcross Winter Gardens.
"The council need to act without delay."
A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: "We continue to work with interested community groups to attract investment into the winter gardens.
"We will also assist them in developing a business case that will enable the building to be reopened and operate in a sustainable way."