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Very quiet hotel which we needed for an early flight
Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport£56Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport£56
is Good Hotel, the charge is high with no breakfast, you need to pay 5 pounds for basic breakfast which should be given free, there is no drinking water facility , you need to ask for that as well.
Arnos Manor Hotel£29Arnos Manor Hotel£29
If you want a well placed location, easy parking, friendly and relaxed staff, a basic but comfortable room this provides all. Located in a noisy neighbourhood however. Ask for room on higher floors.
ibis Bristol Centre£43ibis Bristol Centre£43
Spotless hotel and breakfast was brilliant. Would definitely syay in a holiday express inn again
Holiday Inn Express Bristol - North£45Holiday Inn Express Bristol - North£45
Centrally located B/B Hotel, professional and friendly staff , great breakfast, clean and well serviced room. All the amenities available for a 'homely' stay. Excellent value, so why pay more.
The Washington£34The Washington£34
Unfortunately, the car park has only six spaces and work was being carried out on the hotel when we stayed, which spoiled the view of Clifton Suspension Bridge...the reason for booking the room in the first place. However, the hotel itself was very nice, the hotel restaurant was high quality and ...
Avon Gorge Hotel£62Avon Gorge Hotel£62
We needed a Hotel close to the airport and this one fits the bill. It's a big chain hotel and a bit impersonal but they have a large turnover of one nighters so no time to build a rapport. Staff were nice and friendly. the dining room was cold but they supplied an electric fire for us. The food was ...
Holiday Inn Bristol Airport£62Holiday Inn Bristol Airport£62
I choose this hotel as it was in walking distance from our favourite restaurant. The hotel is advertised as having parking. Please be aware that the hotel only has space for four cars at the front of the hotel. The room has all the facilities required, the bathroom in the double room is small but ...
The Regency Bristol Hotel£58The Regency Bristol Hotel£58
Friendly staff, no fuss booking in. Despite problems beyond their control, power and water cuts imminent, etc, they did their best.
Winford Manor Hotel - Bristol Airport£64Winford Manor Hotel - Bristol Airport£64
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.