The only complaint I have is the pool in the basement. The pool manager allowed one adult and his two children to run riot, running, shouting, screaming with no concern for the other 12 or so people trying to relax. I said this to the man behind the sign in desk and he shrugged his shoulders. Not a great response.
Don't be fooled by dated exterior, there has obviously been some money spent on modernising the inside of this hotel. The reception a bar area are smart and spacious. We only stayed one night and were meeting friends in town. The hotel is perfectly located to walk in to the centre.
Stayed for one night with a 4 year old and a 1 year old.
Great family room with enought space. The free kids packs were a nice touch and kept them busy for a while. Great bar food, really enjoyed.
Went swimming twice, brilliant. Great breakfast.
Much nicer than the Newbury Hilton. Would definitely stay again.
Probably the best location and view in Bristol, overlooking the Avon Gorge and the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
The hotel public areas are a little jaded, but certainly perfectly acceptable, and clean and comfortable.
the staff were warm and welcoming, and helpful at all times.
Perfect location for sightseeing, in the hip area of Clifton village, five minutes walk to the bridge (amazing views) and to the city open bus tour stop. Plenty to see and visit in the city.... needs a couple of days at least.
Would recommend the hotel to everyone.
Great location, accommodation ,staff and food.
John O from Bedford
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We enjoyed our stay at these apartments as our request for a 'quiet room' had been noted and that is what we got. It was very easy to get to Bath by bus or train, and also to the amazing Avon Gorge Bridge. There were lots of museums, cinema, theatres and lots of historical and cultural interests. Good, relaxing trips on the river were possible. Although reception hours were a bit limited, when open, those on duty were pleasant and helpful. An excellent tourist info office at the harbour-side met all enquiries. No shortage of good restaurants/cafes also, though not too many near the hotel.
Brian from Yorkshire
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Exactly what it says on the box. Drove to Bath for the day and this was the perfect quiet getaway afterwards. Easy to find for us using M8 app..,took us right there. Dog friendly so was able to bring my 4 month old yorkie...quiet, clean, cottage fully kitted...land lady was very welcoming and friendly, 24 hour hot tub..chickens, ducks and other fowl around...was able to get a late check out (noon) at no extra charge..walked to local pub ("Star"-dog friendly) in the evening for drinks and live music..woke up ealy morning for walk in the fields and country side with puppy..excellent...stumbled upon BB (The Hunter Inn)and had full English breakfast...had forgotten wallet and landlord let us call back and pay with card over the phone...am already booking return trip...sorry we only stayed one night..could have easily stayed longer...Franck, Day & Puddin..will definetly return...
Ricois family from Fulham, London
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Without trying to disrespect HI, I wasn't expecting much from this hotel. It was reasonably priced and had a convenient location.
Upon arrival i didn't think it looked that great from the outside if i am absolutely honest. However as soon as i stepped through the door, i was immediately surprised.
It was modern, spacious and well laid out.
It was a lot bigger than i'd anticipated, which i assume is due to being aimed at a business audience with the amount of conference rooms they have.
The room was really nice, although quite small, but comfortable enough for a couple of nights.
Breakfast was really nice. Large buffet with most things you would expect. it has a small bar and a cafe serving starbucks.
The two minor things i would say about this hotel are;
It was quite noisy. I'm not sure if i can blame the hotel for that, as they can't control every guest who stays.
The other is the price of the wifi. I find it ridiculous that in the modern age with the ease and cost of communications "a sector i work in", that it can cost £14+ for the internet, but again i assume that is because they are business orientated and are trying make a good profit on that side of the business.
overall i would recommend it here and would stay here again if was in the Bristol Area.
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