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Arnos Manor Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Arnos Manor Hotel

470 Bath Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
"It was easy to find access good nice place to stay"
Good atmosphere needsome decoration but looks to be ongoing. I enjoyed my stay very much
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The Regency Bristol Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Regency Bristol Hotel

40 - 44 St Pauls Road, Clifton, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Stay for daughter's graduation"
Upgraded to larger room, hotel had a good review online.
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Avon Gorge Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Avon Gorge Hotel

Sion Hill, Bristol - Map
 
 
"good loacation"
I stayed to attend the Balloon festival as its a short walk across the suspension bridge although inaccurate information from the festival signs and staff meant we were told the bridge was closed when it wasn't on the return journey so it was an hour and a half return (check the actual bridge status it you are thinking of staying next year). Happy with the hotel, nice terrace but food and drink expensive and poor quality (tip stay but don't eat there)
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Traditional Hotel built high above the Avon Gorge with stunning views over the Clifton Suspension Bridge. First class hotel …More
Meadow Cottage - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Meadow Cottage

Lye Hole Lane, Redhill, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel in a very quiet location."
Hotel and grounds charming. Checked in with no problem. We really enjoyed our stay here, just a couple of things to make people aware of. Parking was an issue for us, twice we got parked in by other guests. The second time, was 5.30 am when we were trying to depart (fortunately not to catch a plane). The guest in question finally came down to breakfast at 0845! No apology, but moved car. The only other minor issue was the self catering breakfast. Bit disappointing and limited choice. We also felt that as a lot of 'bread' items available involved having to take out of package and handling goods, cutting off required amount before returning to pack, which was fine if you were the first one down, but not if several people had been before you. Although they do not offer restaurant/dining facilities, they do list good, local eateries.
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Berkeley Square Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Berkeley Square Hotel

15 Berkeley Square, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Element hotel close to everything "
Good hotel, nice and clean with friendly staff. Been twice now and will be returning again
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The Washington - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Washington

St Pauls Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Good value. Free fruit."
Nice hotel, in quite a good location. Breakfast was included and was very good. The in-room complimentaries were excellent: cafetière and coffee grounds, hot chocolate powder and a selection of teas. Also, free fruit in the room :-) Mattress was a little hard, and the shower was decent (but not brilliant). The only negative was their attempt to upsell a fair few things (parking on site is £6, but free evenings and weekends on busy local roads; late checkout is £8 I think; wifi only free for 3 hours; they encouraged us to go to their sister pub a few doors along with a 10% card, but it was very busy on a Saturday night). I can't blame them for this though, as the room was very good value given it's a good location in Bristol.
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Converted private house in Bristol’s genteel Clifton area, 500 meters from the cathedral and 700 from the Avon Gorge …More
Rodney Hotel - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Rodney Hotel

4 Rodney Place, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Pretty and small hotel in a nice neighbourhood"
I liked my stay at the Rodney Hotel. Staff was friendly and helpful and the surrounding area is really nice. Lots of cute little shops, cafés and restaurants and close to the suspension bridge. It's not close to the actual city centre though, but that can be reached within a short bus ride. The room was quite small, but I actually don't think that that is a problem. The only little letdown was the cleanliness of the room. It wasn't dirty, but not very clean either. The carpet was a bit sticky, the area around the windows has not been cleaned, there was still water from before my check-in in the kettle and so on. Other than that I enjoyed my stay and would reccomend the hotel to others.
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The Coach House - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Coach House

Bristol Road, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Handy to the M4"
Not as I expected a fair bit older than the picture depicted but the room was OK A bit tired but clean and comfortable the breakfast was great and the staff very friendly and helpful
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Cameley Lodge - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Cameley Lodge

Cameley, Bristol - Map
 
 
"Meeting up with friends."
On arrival we were greeted by a friendly young man called Victor who could not have been more helpful or polite. The rooms are comfortable and clean. The food was excellent and the service at all times was excellent too. In fact, as it is so close to Cribbs Causeway shopping complex I am thinking of rebooking with some girl friends to come for a shopping weekend and stay at Cameley again. The surrounding countryside is stunning!!
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PREMIER SUITES Bristol Redcliffe - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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PREMIER SUITES Bristol Redcliffe

30-38 St Thomas Street, Bristol - Map
 
 
Beautiful apartment that exceeded expectations!! It was a stunning layout, very comfortable, and I couldn't believe I only paid £88 for the room. My only criticism is that the water was not hot enough for my bath so it got cold very quickly, and some of the dishes needed a second wash after the previous guests.
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Premier Apartments Bristol offers corporate and lesiure travellers the perfect alternative to a traditional hotel stay. Our …More

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    Pocket Guide: 3 stars Hotels in Bristol

    In the medieval maritime city of Bristol you can find a superb selection of stylish three star hotels catering to different tastes. From conveniently located city centre hotels near Bristol Temple Meads railway station, to leafy, more tranquil venues near the outskirts, the city has plenty of fantastic representing very good value for money.

    Quality 3 Star Bristol Hotels with WiFi Connections

    Like almost all accommodation establishments in Bristol, three star hotels in Bristol normally provide Wi-Fi in every room and public area, as well as meeting rooms and business centres. Many venues also provide this free of charge, and to connect to hotel's network you'll normally receive the code when you check-in or see it displayed on a noticeboard in your room.

    3 Star Bristol Hotels with En-Suite Bathrooms

    If you prefer the independence and convenience of your own private bathroom, there are numerous three star hotels in the city that provide fully equipped en-suite bathrooms, often with bath or shower and luxury towels.

    What to Visit in Bristol - Some Suggestions

    If you're keen to explore a few art museums, don't forget to spend some time at the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, which has a comprehensive collection of artworks and archaeological items dating all the way back to the prehistoric era. For excellent contemporary art, visit the Arnolfini Gallery, or head to the Royal West of England Academy to see some of the great works of British artists.

    One of the most centrally located three star hotels is the Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre, which offers elegant rooms with free WiFi and has a 24-hour fitness centre.

    Charming Blaise Hamlet

    Carefully maintained by the National Trust, Blaise Hamlet is an enchanting collection of rustic country-style cottages that date back to the 19th Century. Far removed from fast-paced life, yet only four miles from the centre of Bristol, this hamlet was designed by the renowned Quaker and businessman, John Scandrett Harford, who spent much of his life campaigning for the abolition of slavery.

    A short drive from Blaise Hamlet is the pleasant Coach House, which has elegant, WiFi-enabled rooms and offers free parking and a delicious free breakfast.

    Visit the At-Bristol Science Museum

    Another acclaimed family attraction in the city centre, At-Bristol has one of Britain's largest planetariums and features many fascinating exhibits demonstrating the evolution of science and technology. It's noted for its enormous IMAX theatre, and features the Ecology Science centre, where you can observe aquariums and artificial rainforest with dozens of animal species.

    3 Star Bristol Hotels with Sophisticated Bars

    Many three Star hotels in this city also have refined bars and lounges where you'll be able to choose from a wide range of soft and alcoholic beverages, as well as tasty snacks. Some venues also have on-site restaurants where you can look forward to delicious, freshly prepared meals comprising national and international cuisine. Alternatively, Bristol has an extensive mix of other restaurants serving everything from European classics to vibrant Southeast Asian recipes and modern-themed fusion dishes.

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