Grand Central Hotel
The Grand Central Hotel (originally just the plain old Central Hotel) in Glasgow forms the front of the Glasgow Central railway station on Gordon Street, directly adjoining onto the station concourse.
Originally built in 1883 in its heyday it hosted famous residents such as Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill.
Apparently, the world's first long-distance television pictures were transmitted to the Central Hotel in the station, on 24 May 1927 by John Logie Baird (according to Wikipedia!).
In 2010 the hotel reopened following an extensive refurbishment and rebrand (adding the "Grand"), Glasgow.
Together with the rest of Glasgow Central railway station, the hotel is protected as a category A listed building.