The end for 'The Albany' as 150 face axe at city hotel

ONE of Glasgow's oldest chain hotels is to be demolished and rebuilt in a £100million redevelopment plan.

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ONE of Glasgow's oldest chain hotels is to be demolished and rebuilt in a £100million redevelopment plan.

The Holiday Inn Glasgow City-West, in Bothwell Street formerly The Albany Hotel is to close this summer and the site redeveloped over the next two years.

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