We Love —
- Situated on the Harbourside, The Bristol Hotel’s sterling location and excellent facilities make it a great spot for exploring the city.
- From catching a play to browsing the vintage shops or visiting the SS Great Britain, guests will find no shortage of activities during their stay.
- The hotel’s very own restaurant is renowned for its fresh seafood specials and excellent steaks, making it an ideal place to dine before resting up in a comfortable Deluxe Room.
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The Bristol Hotel 4* —
The Bristol Hotel enjoys an unbeatable waterfront location in the heart of one of the UK’s most exciting cities. With its lively harbourside position, the hotel is situated in a thriving creative quarter, with a great restaurant and nightlife scene. Perfectly placed to access Bristol’s theatres, museums and art galleries, guests can shop in Cabot Circus, home to ninety shops including Harvey Nichols, and visit local attractions like the Clifton Suspension Bridge and SS Great Britain.
Offering stylish rooms along with an elegant dining venue and bar, The Bristol provides the perfect place to explore this great city and its surrounds.
Your Room —
Just for you:
- One bottle of wine and box of chocolates per room per stay
This offer is based on a Deluxe Room.
This offer is based on a Deluxe Room.
Deluxe Room (23 M²)
Providing the ideal place to relax after a day’s sightseeing, the air-conditioned Deluxe rooms are appointed with modern amenities for a restful stay, including complimentary WiFi, a smart TV and a comfortable bed with crisp linen sheets. Guests are sure to appreciate the luxury extras such as Temple Spa toiletries in the bathrooms and Nespresso machines.
Maximum room capacity
Your Board Basis
Just for you:
- Breakfast 'à la carte' in the River Grille Restaurant
This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast stay.
With its lofty dimensions, wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the Harbourside, The River Grille is one of Bristol’s most elegant dining venues. Its menus showcase seasonal ingredients with specials that include the catch of the day from the nearby fishing port of Brixham, and steaks made from 28 day aged West Country beef. The cosy ambience of The River Lounge makes for an excellent spot to enjoy a local ale, draught beer or Bristol-distilled gin. Serving up tasty interpretations on classic blends, alongside bold, imaginative cocktails, The River Lounge ticks all the boxes for cocktail aficionados.
With its lofty dimensions, wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the Harbourside, The River Grille is one of Bristol’s most elegant dining venues. Its menus showcase seasonal ingredients with specials that include the catch of the day from the nearby fishing port of Brixham, and steaks made from 28 day aged West Country beef.
The cosy ambience of The River Lounge makes for an excellent spot to enjoy a local ale, draught beer or Bristol-distilled gin. Serving up tasty interpretations on classic blends, alongside bold, imaginative cocktails, The River Lounge ticks all the boxes for cocktail aficionados.
Make it a stay to remember in vibrant Bristol. Discover great shopping, cultural icons, gorgeous green parks, architecture or simply relax with a good book.
For an indulgent treat, relax and take in the sights of the harbourside alongside a Vintage Afternoon Tea in the lounge or restaurant. Served on retro crockery, the traditional scones, finger sandwiches and dainty cakes are sure to delight, especially when followed by a glass of champagne.
Your Destination —
Bristol is full of fantastic attractions that make for a great day out, from Britain’s most acclaimed historic ship to its iconic suspension bridge, one of Europe’s leading interactive science centres and an outstanding network of free museums.
SS Great Britain - Step back in time when you board Brunel’s SS Great Britain. Discover the true stories behind the ship that changed the world. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on-board for Victorian passengers and crew. Descend underwater below the glass ‘sea’ to touch the world’s first great ocean liner.
Clifton Suspension Bridge - The world-famous Clifton Suspension Bridge was designed by the great Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, although he never lived to see his creation finished in 1864. Take in the views from its spectacular setting on the cliffs of the Avon Gorge.
Bristol Cathedral - this site has been home to a whole host of churches for over a thousand years but it came to prominence in 1140 when Robert Fitzharding founded the Abbey of St. Augustine. The original Chapter House and Abbey Gatehouse can still be seen. The structure of the eastern end of the Cathedral, especially in the Choir, exemplifies this period in British and European architecture. The Nave, Choir and Aisles are all the same height, creating a magnificent hall. Bristol Cathedral is the best known example of a 'Hall Church' in Great Britain and one of the finest anywhere in the world.
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