Peering over a leafy, Dickensian-style square in the city centre, Kimpton Blythswood Square riffs on a bygone era that shaped Glasgow – one of splendid Georgian façades and chandeliered ceilings – and holds court as one of the city’s most opulent hotels. Now updated with a contemporary twist, it's still glamorous and spoiling, but avoids any hint of stuffiness. Old Victorian fireplaces and colourful artworks preserve the building’s personality in the neutral-hued bedrooms, otherwise dressed in heavy curtains and generously marbled bathrooms. AdvertisementOne of the biggest draws of the Kimpton Blythswood is undoubtedly its spa, a moodily lit, subterranean sanctuary with a thermal suite, relaxation pools and smart treatment rooms. What is the name of the square that the Gallery of Modern Art is situated on in Glasgow?