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Set in Bristol, 1640 feet from Cabot Circus, Leonardo Hotel Bristol Glassfields offers air-conditioned rooms and a bar.
Located in the heart of the city of Bristol, Hampton by Hilton offers modern accommodations with complimentary Wi-Fi.
With a secluded courtyard and award-winning bistro, this historic hotel offers luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi. Hotel du Vin Bristol is a 10-minute walk from the vibrant Waterside area.
Located in Bristol’s vibrant city center, this Holiday Inn offers ultra-modern rooms and a stylish restaurant and bar.
Located directly opposite Temple Meads Railway Station, the Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Center is 30 minutes' drive from Bristol International Airport.
This Future Inn is next to Cabot Circus shopping center, 10 minutes’ walk from Bristol’s Temple Meads Station.
In Bristol city center, this hotel has free Wi-Fi, a modern health club, sports bar and on-site parking. Novotel Bristol Center is a 5-minute walk from Temple Meads Railway Station.
Just 5 minutes' walk from Temple Meads Rail Station, this 4-star hotel offers modern rooms with attached bathroom with a flat-screen satellite TV and free WiFi available throughout.
In the heart of Bristol city center, Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Center is just 2 minutes’ walk from Bristol Temple Meads Rail Station.
The four-star Mercure Bristol Grand in Bristol is set in a historic grade II listed building in the heart of Bristol city center.
Located in the heart of Bristol’s bustling city center, Radisson Blu Bristol offers impressive views and a stylish restaurant. Perfect location for a walk down the dock. The room was very clean and the bed was comfortable.
The Mercure Bristol Holland House is just 10 minutes’ walk from Bristol city center. It features an indoor pool, a fitness suite, and the on-site Urban Bar & Kitchen restaurant.
On the tree-lined Welsh Back waterfront, this 4-star boutique hotel overlooks the River Avon and historic Bristol Bridge. It features a restaurant, bar and conference rooms. Great staff, very helpful and friendly
Overlooking Millennium Square, Ibis Bristol Center is located in Bristol’s vibrant Harborside area. The modern hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a stylish bar and cafe restaurant.
The Washington is a Grade 2 Listed building less than a mile from Bristol city center, and is a 3-minute walk from Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.
Located in Bristol, 1.7 mi from Cabot Circus, Whitehouse Guestrooms provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking.
On the quayside of the Floating Harbour, The Bristol Hotel is a 10 minute walk from Brunel's SS Great Britain. It has stylish rooms, free internet and a riverside restaurant. Reception staff (delightful young woman, Ginga???) at about 1600 hrs was the best ever.
In the heart of Bristol, close to all of the city center’s businesses, shops and attractions, this 4-star family-friendly hotel offers spacious accommodations and modern facilities.
Located in Bristol, just 1969 feet from Bristol Cathedral, Bristol Harbor Hotel features an award-winning restaurant, bar and free WiFi.
Located in Bristol, Artist Residence Bristol is a 4-minute walk from Cabot Circus and offers facilities like bar. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom.
Located in Bristol, an 8-minute walk from Bristol Cathedral, Clayton Hotel Bristol City provides air-conditioned accommodations and a restaurant.
If ever your in the area or passing through Bristol you have to go to Clifton to see the suspension bridge, it is awe inspiring im not really into bridges but my other half has been talking about this bridge for years, we finally got round to visiting Bristol, we did a mini city break on the way through to stay at burnham on sea for a week with the kids. When you walk up the hill towards the top where you first get a glimpse of the bridge it almost takes your breath away i cant get my head around how high up it is, its crazy to think this was built when they didnt have the massive machinery we do today. At the top of the hill there is a little gift shop that sells magnets and such, but the other attractions there is the cave that goes underground from the gift shop, if your brave enough to walk down in the dark, which my other half did, also if you climb some steep steps up to a room there is a really old mirror obscurer where you close the doors to darkness and in front of you appears almost like an old fashioned video of the clifton bridge where you can see all the cars and people travelling across it was like watching a very old black and white movie. Word of warning there is 1 toilet up there and its hidden,no signs which we found weird, we walked into a restaurant around the side and was told its closed to the public and we cant use the toilet but there is 1 around the other side so we went in search round and round the building we walked untill a lady asked if we were looking for the toilet as she had also been searching, also there was no toilet paper so take your own.
woww the views and stature of this amazing bridge is unbelievable - the walks up and around the bridge on both sides are most work exploring - the side street sellers of coffee and pastries just fabulous..a must see
Marmalade Cafe, Worrall Road. A great flat white. don't leave without a smoked bacon, cheddar, jalapeno baguette. A very photogenic Doris the dog. A beyond hospitable front of house Lisa. And on a good day, a singing chef called Shim.
Go to the lookout and walk into the caves brings you out at the side of the cliff looking over at Clifton suspension bridge £1.50 child £2.50 adult quite steep and slippery steps and you’ll have to watch your head!
This is a really quaint, quirky area of Bristol which has lots of individual shops, cafes and restaurants. Don't go to Bristol without wandering through Clifton. And this is of course where the Severn Bridge is!
Clifton is a lovely part of Bristol and a must-see if you are visiting the city. The Main Street is very attractive and you should also visit the Clifton Arcade and the Primrose Cafe. The architecture in Clifton is stunning. Don't miss Royal York Terrace, Caledonia Terrace and The Mall and a drink on the large terrace of the Avon Gorge Hotel with fantastic views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Take a walk up to the Observatory for the best views of the Bridge and the Gorge.
Gorgeous view from the hotel, we spent a sunny afternoon having lunch and drinks on the terrace overlooking the gorge and we got to enjoy the view from our breakfast table too. Extremely big and comfy bed, excellent shower, lovely l'occitaine toiletries. Good breakfast. Excellent location - Clifton is a nice place, easy to walk into town, took a lovely walk over the suspension bridge and through Ashton Park the day we left.
The beauty of the Victoria Square Hotel is undoubtedly its location with views of Victoria Square and a short stroll the to heart of Clifton Village with all of its fabulous cafes, restaurants and boutique shops. The rooms are comfortable and have all the basic amenities you would expect. Another bonus of this hotel is the availability of parking, which is at a premium in this part of the city.
Brilliantly located for our purposes. Close to the action but in a reserved Clifton residential area. Excellent accommodation. Well-equipped and furnished apartment. Clear information available on site. I would be pleased to return.
Great location close to Clifton village and the city centre. Clean, well furnished and well equipped apartment. The fan was very welcome as it was very hot during our stay
The Rodney Hotel is in a beautiful old period building (the dining room is suitably grand) in a wonderful location at the heart of Clifton Village.
Great location close to centre, Clifton and Quay. Staff were friendly and welcoming. We were also able to park outside the hotel for free.
Location was perfect, just a couple minutes walk from Clifton shopping centre and Bristol university
Great location in Clifton, well designed and nicely fitted out apartment, great kitchen space
Bristol is a beautiful city, with so much going on. I travel to Bristol regularly to see friends and even now still find wonderful new things every time. from shopping at Cabot Circus to taking in the breathtaking beauty at Clifton Suspension Bridge, there really is something for everyone in this vibrant cosmopolitan of a city
The waterfront and Clifton village are at the top of my list of places to wander around.
Bus services to Clifton Downs and frequent trains to Bath on Sundays.
Suspension Bridge, SS Great Britain, Cabot Tower, Waterfront, Bristol Old Vic, Christmas steps and other buildings in Clifton eg Royal York Crescent
The views change very quickly, the city centre and Clifton are not far apart and the walk is pleasant!
Yes, especially in Clifton Village and the Stokes Croft/Gloucester Road areas - lots of quirky independent stores