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We expected there to be parking - this was mentioned in the hotel information and we chose it over two others because of this. When we got there, the four spaces on the forecourt were taken and we were told we had to park on the street (with parking charges applying from 9amto5pm. The room was on ...
I booked a retro rocket at Brooks Guest House because I wanted something a bit different from the usual B&B. It exceeded my expectations. The rocket itself was spotlessly clean, finished to a very high standard and very comfortable. The staff were very welcoming, always cheerful and very helpful. ...
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
We found the hotel easily enough, though traffic was bad heading towards it. The free parking is actually at a multi-story around the corned, not too hard to get to and from but annoying as when we finally thought we had reached our destination we had to get back in the car and join more traffic! ...
Find stylish design hotels in Bristol and explore this city's bustling Harbourside, excellent exhibition galleries, and beautiful public parks and historic squares. Renowned for its industrial landmarks, this city has been a busy port since medieval times, and is less than two hours to central London by train from Temple Meads railway station.
Once you've checked in at your Design Hotel, have a slow stroll on Brandon Hill, which is overlooked by the picturesque Cabot Tower. This 1890s landmark was built to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the expedition of the ambitious explorer John Cabot, who was one of the first Europeans to successfully sail to the Americas.
Bristol is also home to the picturesque College Green square, adjacent to the medieval cathedral, and The Downs, where you can enjoy a superb view of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. You can also visit Redland Green, which is an important wildlife haven and celebrates the annual Redland May Fair.
If you're a fan of historic mansions, don't forget to spend some time at the Georgian mansion known as Blaise Castle, which is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds and is just a short drive from Bristol city centre. It was built for the successful Bristol businessman John Harford, and is home to a fine collection of artwork, as well as a 'mock' castle designed in the Gothic style. Interestingly, it is estimated that this site was inhabited as far back as Neolithic times, when it was used for agriculture.
Whichever hotel you choose in the city, you'll enjoy premium, spacious bedding. Many hotels in Bristol also have in-room tea and coffee-making facilities and en-suite bathrooms so you can have be even more independent, and some provide complimentary fruit baskets and bottled water.
To ensure you can always get online, almost all hotels in Bristol provide WiFi access, which will normally be available in every room and public area. Many also offer high-speed internet connections that may be available for a small surcharge or for free.