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Single room very small but we'll packaged. Complimentary fresh fruit and ground coffee in room. Shower ensuite. Comfy bed. Go to hotel café for light breakfast if you do not need, or did not pay for, full English. Good cafes bars restaurant.
hotel lobby very,very tired also corridor to rooms worn scruffy carpet no toilet in reception area the rooms we had were very,very good,clean and comfortable including the bed
Nice, clean, friendly hotel. Great location to explore Bristol from. Good decor with sensitive mix of keeping classic features of the building and furnishings with a clean modern feel. Would recommend and happily visit again.
No frills reception but fantastic stafg,great room and facilities .
First time stayed one night was very nervous as never stayed hostel before have to say I was pleasantly surprised although I like my own room. I was disappointed with no curtains in rooms missing blinds that was letting light in from outside but have to say bed was very comfortable on this occasion ...
The facilities are not superb, but meet the expectatives of a hostel. Extremely convinient due to its location, but prone to be noisy during nights. They allow free access to a well-equipped kitchen that might save you some money on meals. However, the included breakfast is somehow dissapointing ...
We had a lovely 2 night stay here. Marco the house keeper made sure there was a lovely open fire going in a lovely grand old living room for us, not the sort of thing you'd get in a boring normal hotel. The house is a period property, you can really feel the history, big dark chunky wood, thick walls, ...
Find affordable two star hotels in the vibrant city of Bristol, a city famed for its grand Georgian architecture, bustling medieval harbour, and superb art galleries and museums.
A world-class family attraction protecting numerous endangered species, Bristol Zoo protects thousands of animals across its 12-acre ecosystem. See its magnificent reptile house and mammal collection, visit the aquarium, and see the Monkey Jungle and Monkey Island exhibit where you can observe various lemurs and monkeys.
A leading science attraction with plenty of fascinating exhibitions and a superb planetarium, At-Bristol opened its doors in 2000 and is ideal for families. The venue also has a fantastic IMAX theatre, which screens dozens of films each year and is housed in a former industrial building. If you are looking for a budget-friendly hotel nearby with a lively atmosphere, try the Rock n Bowl Hostel on Nelson Street, which offers free internet access and shared rooms with showers.
A flourishing shopping attraction, Cabot Circus includes more than 1.5million square feet of retail space and around 140 stores, including a House of Fraser and Harvey Nichols for a little bit of luxury retail therapy! Opened in 2008, and featuring 2,500 parking spaces, it is easily accessible via Temple Meads railway station, and several bus stops by foot, and is covered by a magnificent glass roof. Close to Cabot Circus is the very affordable Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre, which provides attractive modern rooms with a delicious free breakfast and free internet access.
Featuring a brilliant collection of artworks spanning various eras, the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery comprises 19 beautiful galleries showcasing everything from Ancient Egyptian artefacts to contemporary art. The art gallery also has an impressive Eastern Art Gallery dedicated to ancient Japanese and Chinese masterpieces, as well as various European collections exhibiting the work of great figures such as Hepworth and Bellini. Just a short walk from the museum is the pleasant Homestay Bristol Hostel, which offers free Wi-Fi, a tasty free buffet breakfast, and decent-sized rooms with showers.
A strategic port for many centuries, Bristol Harbour celebrates the annual Harbour Festival, which includes numerous live performances and a spectacular boat display. It's also the home of many other popular attractions such as the Hippodrome, which organises a wide range of musicals and other live shows, and the Bristol Aquarium, which houses an extensive variety of aquatic species.
All two Star hotels in Bristol contain good quality bedding, heating, and comfortable, elegantly decorated furnishings to help you feel right at home. Many hotels also provide tea and coffee-making facilities, and families with young children may also be able to request extra bedding, or adjoining rooms with en-suite bathrooms. In addition, almost every two star hotel provides WiFi access free of charge or for a small additional supplement, so you will always be able to get online and keep in touch with friends and family via social media and Skype.