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We were on our way to Land's end and decided to stop at Bristol for one night. We have been travelling for about 1 week and we wanted a place with kitchen so we can have "home cook" food for dinner. Also the washer/dryer allows us to wash our clothing. I gave Hotel Staff a grading of 1 because there ...
This was our first visit to Bristol and Future Inn Hotel but we would certainly return. It was in a good location for the town. The room was excellent and all staff were very helpful. The food in the restaurant for both dinner and breakfast was lovely, cooked well and piping hot.
Room Ok but a bit pricey. Pool ok, but had to share with ante natal class. Had to set time an menu for breakfast when I checked in. the next morning it had obviously been cooked well before the set time, to tie in with the other 2 guests in the hotel - Poor
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, ...
Today, the city of Bristol has an outstanding selection of luxury four star hotels catering to leisure and business guests.
Keep in touch with friends and family online and easily check upcoming tickets to local events via your hotel's WiFi connection. Many four star hotels in Bristol also provide this service free of charge in all rooms and public areas, and more business-oriented hotels often have high-speed internet connections.
All four star hotels in the city are also equipped with high-quality conference facilities and well-equipped business centres with fax machines, photocopying facilities, and printers. They are suitable for many types of private functions, from corporate meetings to award ceremonies, and employ dedicated concierge teams with years of experience in managing high-profile events.
One of the leading four star hotels for corporate guests is the Radisson Blue Hotel Bristol on Broad Quay, which provides chic, spacious rooms and five excellent meeting rooms.
A superb science museum, At-Bristol has an extensive variety of technological and scientific artefacts to entertain and educated visitors of all ages. See the enormous Planetarium, observe a real human brain, take the kids to the Tiny Explorers exhibit, and head to All About Us where you can see dozens of exhibits on the human body.
Bristol is home to the grand Victoria Rooms, which, as the name would imply, were built at the turn of the Victorian period and were designed in a Greek Revival theme. The site, owned by the University of Bristol, organises concerts and other live performances throughout the year, and once played host to Charles Dickens.
Another major advantage of choosing four star hotels in Bristol is that you'll benefit from decent-sized, luxury bedding so you'll be guaranteed a pleasant night's sleep. Some hotels also provide pillow menus, and many are happy to provide additional bedding or cots for a nightly surcharge.
Bristol has a wide range of picturesque parks such as Snuff Mills, which features a former quarry and is known for its sizeable otter population residing on the River Frome. One of the most visited open spaces is Ashton Court, an 850-acre estate dominated by the imposing Ashton Court mansion and a venue for the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta and the city's Kite Festival.
This mighty ship, which during a period of more than 170 years has sailed the world more than 30 times, was designed by the world-renowned engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It's now one of Britain's most popular family attractions, where visitors can explore its decks and learn about what life would have been like aboard in its Victorian heyday.
You can find a number of deluxe four star Bristol hotels within walking distance of the SS Great Britain, from the immaculate Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa at Redcliffe Hill, to the splendid Bristol Hotel at Prince Street.