Workers can enjoy a lunchtime snooze in a city centre hotel after the launch of an unusual 'power napping' service.
The Bath Street hotel launched a napping service for passing workers
ABode on Glasgow's Bath Street has launched the nap service for either a half or a full hour.
Guests pay £40 for their napping session which includes a light lunch and a smoothie.
A power nap (or a catnap) is a short sleep, usually 15 to 20 minutes. The term is thought to have been first coined by psychologist James Maas.
Declan Kelly, general manger of ABode Glasgow, said: "Glasgow is renowned for being a city that's always on the go.
"Power napping is perfect for such a busy city, as no-one wants to miss out or even think they might be missing out on anything.
"It means people can recharge their batteries and keep going at full pace day and night."
There have been many famous power nappers throughout history including John F Kennedy, who trained himself to take five to 10 minute naps throughout his day.
Einstein, Churchill, Leonardo da Vinci and Bill Clinton were also reported to have taken 'power naps'.