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Future Inn Bristol 4 stars

Hotel in Old Market, Bristol

This Future Inn is next to Cabot Circus shopping centre, 10 minutes’ walk from Bristol’s Temple Meads Station. Excellent stay, the room was unexpectedly big and it was exactly what we needed. Difficult to find a more central stay in Bristol. The hotel does not have its own parking, but it offers easy access to a nearby parking. Free parking!!! That was quite a treat. We also had a very nice dinner with an interesting combo menu.

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8.6
Fabulous
5,342 reviews
Price from
£71.10
per night

Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre 3 stars

Hotel in Bristol

Situated in the heart of the city of Bristol, Hampton by Hilton offers modern accommodation with complimentary Wi-Fi. very nice,,, plenty of it too...

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8.3
Very good
6,698 reviews
Price from
£72.25
per night

Radisson Blu Hotel, Bristol 4 stars

Hotel in Bristol Old City, Bristol

Situated in the heart of Bristol’s bustling city centre, Radisson Blu Bristol offers impressive views and a stylish restaurant. Staff were great very friendly, overall very enjoyable stay

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8.1
Very good
4,456 reviews
Price from
£106
per night

ibis Bristol Centre 3 stars

Hotel in Harbourside, Bristol

Overlooking Millennium Square, Ibis Bristol Centre is situated in Bristol’s vibrant Harbourside area. The modern hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a stylish bar and cafe restaurant. The staff were very welcoming. The location and proximity to easy parking were excellent. Despite the noise and weekend activities outside, the room was well soundproofed.

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8.2
Very good
5,734 reviews
Price from
£60
per night

Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Bristol Old City, Bristol

The four-star Mercure Bristol Grand in Bristol is set in a historic grade II listed building in the heart of Bristol city centre. Rooms are very trendy and clean

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7.7
Good
4,992 reviews
Price from
£63
per night

Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Bristol

This Victorian-style hotel has a fabulous location next to Bristol Cathedral and the historic waterfront. It features an on-site gym and a choice of restaurants. Staff were fantastic, breakfast was the best I've had in any hotel, there was a Miller and Carter steakhouse on site, parking was good value, location was great too. We will definitely be back.

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8.5
Very good
4,820 reviews
Price from
£108
per night

Mercure Bristol Holland House 4 stars

Hotel in Redcliffe, Bristol

The Mercure Bristol Holland House is just 10 minutes’ walk from Bristol city centre. It boasts an indoor pool, a fitness suite, and the on-site Urban Bar & Kitchen restaurant. Location was perfect for town and the train station. Easy to get around. Got upgraded on arrival which was nice and given a complimentary drink. Staff were helpful and friendly. Hotel is very clean.

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7.9
Good
5,209 reviews
Price from
£67.15
per night

Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre 4 stars

Hotel in Broadmead, Bristol

In the heart of Bristol, close to all of the city centre’s businesses, shops and attractions, this 4-star family-friendly hotel offers spacious accommodation and modern facilities. The staff were so very helpful, Charlie at reception was so informative and really guided us in the right direction around Bristol! We enjoyed the leisure facilities and again staff were very welcoming, location is excellent, we really couldn't find fault with our stay here!

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8.4
Very good
3,213 reviews
Price from
£80
per night

Holiday Inn Express Bristol Filton, an IHG Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Bristol

Holiday Inn Express Bristol Filton offers a warm welcome, rooms with modern facilities and free Wi-Fi, just 5 miles from Bristol. Staff were welcoming and polite and wanted to make your stay comfortable. The room was spacious and clean, the bed was comfortable and you had a choice of soft and firm pillows. I particularly liked having the sofa as it was nice to sit and watch the TV and not spend the whole evening sitting on the bed. I didn’t have an evening meal in the hotel but did use the pub next door (The foxes Den) which was very nice. Breakfast was good, there was plenty of food available. I would definitely recommend and will be staying again in a couple of weeks

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8.3
Very good
4,226 reviews
Price from
£69.99
per night

ibis Bristol Temple Meads 3 stars

Hotel in Old Market, Bristol

Ibis Bristol Temple Meads is just 5 minutes' walk from Temple Meads Railway Station. Located in the Temple Quay area, the modern hotel has a stylish bar and restaurant. This hotel is ideally situated for anyone arriving/leaving via the Temple Meads train station. I was very warmly welcomed at check in and whilst only booked in for one night (arriving over two hours later than intended) enjoyed the facilities provided with the room. There were a number of choices for breakfast, which was very good and good value for money. I would definitely stay here again.

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8.2
Very good
3,335 reviews
Price from
£49
per night

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From Brunel to Banksy!

Britain’s 4th most popular visitor destination, Bristol boasts Brunel’s magnificent Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the River Avon. More Brunel handiwork is in the harbour where his SS Great Britain steamship is moored. Pirate walks here detail the city’s underground naval history.

Further north in Clifton is the world’s oldest zoo outside a capital city. Other Bristol attractions include At-Bristol Museum and the Grade I-listed Corn Exchange with its 4 "nails" outside where money changed hands. Also worth a visit is St Nicholas Market, in a Georgian square home to several bars and a Slow Food Market on the 1st Sunday of every month. Other Bristol shopping options include shopping centres at Cabot Circus, and Cribbs Causeway on the outskirts.

As a student city, Bristol really comes to life after dark. The live music scene here is fantastic and has given way to several internationally known bands, but for something more alternative head to Eastside.

Another option for alternative-seekers is the work of hometown street artists Banksy. Just like Booking.com’s Bristol accommodation, his work is spread throughout this fabulous city.

This Gateway to the West Country is served by Bristol Airport and Temple Meads train station. The old Bristol to Bath railway line is now a cycle route and makes a great day trip.

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