TRAVELODGE have published a list of their most bizarre requests from customers in Glasgow.
With a network of hotels across the country, the staff welcomes millions of guests each year, both for business and leisure.
And Glasgow staff have now shared the weirdest requests and questions from those visiting the city.
There has been a request for a framed photo of Lewis Capaldi at the Queen Street chain, while a Glasgow Central staff member has been asked to be a best man for someone’s wedding.
READ MORE: Celtic legends celebrate iconic title’s anniversary at live event in Glasgow
Meanwhile, Glasgow Airport Travelodge staff have been asked to build a giant fort with 100 pillows for their son’s birthday.
The Braehead Hotel team were asked to find a guest’s ‘long-lost cousin’, while Govan staff had a request for concert tickets – to see the Neeps and the Tatties.
Spokeswoman Shakila Ahmed said: “After two very difficult years, holidaymakers have taken full advantage this year to enjoy everything they have been missing out on during the pandemic and that includes holidays and business trips.
“We have seen a significant increase in bookings at our 41 Travelodge hotels in Scotland this year, including our six hotels in Glasgow.
“Additionally, with more Britons holidaying on British shores than ever before, our hotel teams in Scotland have also received a large number of interesting inquiries and questions, particularly relating to Scottish attractions, venues, local dishes, customs and traditions.
“Wherever possible, our hotel teams will go above and beyond to help guests who enjoy a good challenge.
“However, some requests are beyond their control, such as being ordained to officiate at a wedding at Stirling Castle, capturing a Cullen Skink, arranging a family to feed the wild haggis, and arranging a a visit from the Loch Ness Monster.”