Opening Hours: Tue-Sat: 11am-12midnight, Sun-Mon: Closed

Getting here

Google Map featuring CCA

Current timetables and public transport information can be found on


The nearest bus stop to CCA is currently located outside the O2 ABC building just before the corner of Dalhousie Street. First Bus services 3, 4/4A, 18 and 19, amongst others, stop (coming from the west end of the city) here. Buses from the city centre and south side (First Bus services 3, 4/4A, 18 and 19) stop on Bath Street, just before the King's Theatre - a three minute journey with two level crossings from CCA. The 3 and 4/4A also stop at Hope Street by Glasgow Central train station before continuing to Bath Street.


As part of the renovations of Sauchiehall Street, a new cycle lane has been developed, there are crossing marked at the corner of Sauchiehall Street and Scott Street.


The nearest train station is Charing Cross, which is about five minutes journey from CCA. Exit the station and turn right for ramp and stair access, and travel round the hotel to the right, and then left to Bath Street along level paving. Turn right and travel along Bath Street, using dropped kerb crossings at Elmbank Street and Holland Street and up a small incline before crossing the road at a dropped kerb crossing with lights before Pitt Street. Travel along the left side of Pitt Street towards Sauchiehall Street for a dropped kerb crossing over Sauchiehall Lane. Use the dropped kerb crossing at the end of Pitt Street to reach CCA. Alternative routes to Sauchiehall Street are available via Elmbank Street and Holland Street, though there are non-flat crossings along these routes.


The closest Underground station is Cowcaddens, which is around five-ten minutes journey from CCA. From the station, exit right and go through the underpass. Turn left up a steep incline with handrails on either side, then turn right and travel along Cambridge Street towards Sauchiehall Street. There are two crossings with dropped kerbs on this route, the first without lights and the second with. Turn right on Sauchiehall Street and travel up a small incline. Crossing Blythswood Street, Douglas Street and Pitt Street on the opposite side of the road from CCA offers the flattest and best paved crossings. Use the dropped kerb crossing by Pitt Street to reach CCA.


There is limited on-street metered parking in the surrounding area.

There are two blue-badge parking spaces available on Pitt Street at the junction with Sauchiehall Street, which are in view of CCA.

The nearest multi-story car park is City Parking at Charing Cross. There are seven disabled bays at Charing Cross car park – all located on ground level. This is a barrier car park and charges apply to all vehicles at all times. This car park is ticketed, paid parking. There is lift access in the car park.


All vehicles used by Glasgow Taxis are wheelchair accessible, please call 0141 429 7070 to book.


There is a level crossing on the corner of Sauchiehall Street and Scott Street if approaching from the centre of town; there is also a dropped kerb at the Sauchiehall Street pedestrian crossing adjacent to CCA.

The main door is at pavement level on Sauchiehall Street. There are two non-automatic doors at the entrance measuring 90cm / 35.5 inches wide. One door opens inwards to the building and the other opens outwards onto Sauchiehall Street.

There is also an entrance on Scott Street, located off a steep hill with nine steps to the door. There are two non-automatic exterior doors, each measuring 85cm / 33.5 inches wide, and the two interior doors are 80cm / 31.5 inches wide. For level access, please go to Sauchiehall Street.