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This hotel is surrounded by a good pub and several restaurants so makes for a great stay. The staff are friendly and welcoming. I would stay here again.
Well placed for the part of Bristol I wanted to be in.Fantastically comfortable bed and good shower. Good breakfast (extra cost). Very nice staff at reception and at breakfast.
Stayed three days in Bristol. Hotel was clean and well-maintained, and reasonably-priced. Not much personality, but that's not usually what you're looking for in an Ibis.
Ideally located hotel, within easy walking distance of main attractions, theatres and shopping. Next to Centre promenade and close to Harbourside. Easy walking distance to Temple Meads Station. Plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from, all within walking distances.
Very nice staff member allowed us to change rooms because of a hen party in the next room. No fuss about it, just kindness and flexibility.
Overnight stop. Visit to Great Britain. Short walk to station - useful when arriving and leaving by train. Rooms very smart and clean and surprisingly large.
No problem with check in or check out. The room was good and the ensuite excellent with plenty of choice for breakfast, an excellent place to stay. Links into the city by bus were brilliant too
Bit of a mix up at hotel as didn't seem to expect us but got our room but only set up for the one. When we went for breakfast they didn't have us down so had to wait ten minutes whilst they checked. Hotel was pretty good with parking so ncluded and particularly good if you wanted to shop. We didn't ...
Almost every hotel in Bristol provides WiFi access so you can always stay up to date with your social media and emails. Many venues also offer this service for free, while others may charge a very minor hourly or daily fee. Either way, if you're travelling from abroad, you'll be able to avoid expensive mobile internet roaming charges and the hassle of having to find a WiFi hotspot or connection elsewhere in the city.
From luxury establishments like the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel on College Green, to value-for-money venues such as the elegant three star Berkeley Square Hotel, Bristol hotels cater to all budgets and tastes. Many WiFi hotels also have well-equipped conference centres and meeting rooms that are geared towards corporate guests, and are suitable for various business events and other private functions.
Take part in the Banksy Walking Tour and see the thought-provoking graffiti of one of the world's leading graffiti artists who was most likely born in this city in the 1970s. See the awe-inspiring Clifton Suspension Bridge in the affluent neighbourhood of Clifton, just a very short drive from the city centre. Designed by the remarkable engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who was also the designer of Bristol's SS Great Britain Ship, it overlooks the striking Avon Gorge, and is 412 metres long, dating back to the 1860s.
Each year, the city celebrates the Bristol Shakespeare Festival, which takes place in July and includes numerous live performances of the playwright's famous plays in the city's green spaces. The city has also organised the annual Bristol Festival of Ideas since 2005, which is designed to encourage debates and new ideas and takes places in multiple venues such as the Arnolfini art gallery and the At-Bristol science museums.
With WiFi at your hotel you can also book tickets online to Colston Hall, a world-class concert venue that was founded in the mid-Victorian period and has hosted many leading acts such as The Beatles and Pink Floyd.