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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. So central to everything 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...
On the quayside of the Floating Harbour, The Bristol Hotel is 10 minutes' walk from Brunel's SS Great Britain. It has stylish rooms, free internet and a riverside restaurant. Nice room and facilities, great breakfast buffet, reasonable price for parking.
The Washington is a Grade 2 Listed building less than a mile from Bristol city centre, and is a 3-minute walk from Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. Staff were very polite and helpful, even with our concerns about parking.
With a stylish cellar bar and café with a terrace, The Clifton Hotel offers en-suite rooms with fresh fruit and hand-baked biscuits. They are centrally located to quite a few attractions and you could easily just walk to them.
Channings Hotel is set Bristol's Clifton district and within half a mile of Clifton Down and the famous suspension bridge. This traditional hotel features a large beer garden and a bar. Good location, helpful staff, nice family room and nice bar.
Located in Clifton in the heart of Bristol, this unique arts hotel features a terrace, stylish bar and a restaurant. Although my room is small, it has all the things I need.
Set a 10-minute walk from Bristol city centre, Berkeley Suites offers hotel accommodation with kitchen facilities and access to a private garden. Clifton Village is a 15-minute walk away. I stayed in a suite by myself and I’ve never had such a beautiful room for such a small price!
Went for the balloon fiesta caught the fiesta bus, good value for money but did not realise there was another 20 minute walk uphill to the site which took a toll on our 69 year old family member with copd. So anyone with walking or chest/heart problems, ask if there is some other way of being taken to the site. Otherwise a great time.
We went to the balloon fiesta, it was fantastic, the only worrying part was that the main gates where locked on the way out so you had to clime over to get out, this should never happen, not enough light to walk home a cross the fields at nigh. Apart from that a lovely place to visit
Was there for balloon fiesta but there were no balloons at all, just stalls, so after waiting patiently for a few hours, went back to hotel. Disappointing and poorly organised. Could some balloons be tethered in sheltered spots in case of any poor weather conditions? Also, should be made clear to visitors that the shuttle bus doesn't go all the way to Ashton Court and actually stops a good half-hour walk away. Plus, that the walk from the bus to the court is up a very steep hillside - wasn't prepared with water/suitable footwear at all. Signs and advice at bus pick up point should have been more informative, especially for disabled people or people with walking difficulties. Impression I was given was that the shuttle bus took you straight to Ashton Court.
Location, Quaint village near to Clifton Suspension Bridge & good walks through Ashton Court Grounds The Food (Breakfast & Dinner) & Service was good. Room was clean and okay. Shower poor Good stop off enroute to Cornwall from North
Great location - close to Bristol but quiet and rural with excellent walks in Ashton Court park.