Not visible from the street, this hotel occupies the sixth floor above Central Station—just look for the door marked "Caledonian Chambers" on Union Street and take the elevator. Guest rooms are on the small side but have expansive windows overlooking the glass roof of the station on one side and across the rooftops of Glasgow on the other. All are decorated with different hand-painted wallpapers; beds are comfortable, and the powerful showers provoke special comment. The kitchen where breakfast is served feels a little like someone's home. There is also a small sitting room for guests.