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Bristol Romantic Hotels

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  • Good welcome when they discovered it was an Anniversary trip. Good breakfast and room. On arriving when you are taking out your luggage it is not obvious that there are yellow lines right outside the hotel where it appears to be a private area. I hadn't put out my Blue Badge ticket and took rather longer to check in etc. and got a parking fine when I went outside to move my car. Reception could have indicated verbally or with notice on the counter that this was a danger. Not a good start to our celebrations!

  • Loved my stay. Staff were friendly, and the hotel was gorgeous. And to top it off, we were upgraded to the honeymoon suite as an anniversary surprise. Thank you. Everything perfect. X

  • Everything! This hotel is world class and the suite was incredibly luxurious. The hotel surprisingly allowed to have our dog with us. As it was our honeymoon and was our first night of it. They made it very very special by giving us a bottle of champagne and a card. The facilities were AMAZING AND WERE FAULTLESS. The service was great and the staff were very professional and friendly. The breakfast was absolutely incredible. We will be going back.

  • The shower was good and the bed was comfortable the breakfast was good as well and the staff was really kind to give us a complimentary drink for our wedding anniversary where the message wasnt passed on by but i mentioned it to staff and they went the extra mile by doing that for us

  • Helped us celebrate our wedding anniversary with little extras. Thank you

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Castle Park
A green place to sit and ponder Previously the area was built on with a dense neighbourhood of streets running parallel to the river up to old market and was the cities' prime business area with a tram line running through until the Blitz.