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Stayed here as booked a meal at the Pony and Trap for his 50th birthday. From the time we arrived until we checked out the staff were very attentive and friendly especially Sam the assistant manager. The rooms were comfortable and cleaned everyday. Breakfast was superb with plenty of choice as was ...
Nice old hotel in good location Long walk to room from reception/ entrance Spacious bathroom but don't need the bidet Housekeeping removed bathmat but didn't replace it A fridge fo fresh milk would be nice Lighting in room not bright enough Need more convenient sockets for charging devices
Hotel is right on the waterfront and within easy reach of numerous bars,cafes & restaurants. Train station is only about a 10 minute walk & so is the main shopping centre. Very modern hotel with amazing rooms & bathrooms. Defiantly staying here again.
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
Good location, view (even in poor weather), good dining options, comfortable rooms if somewhat overheated. Air-conditioning being fitted but not yet ready - that will be an improvement as would being able to open the windows more than a few centimetres.
Bristol, a thriving medieval maritime centre with a remarkable harbour and many iconic museums, has plenty of luxury hotels offering outstanding hospitality.
Few venues can match the grandeur and sophisticated of the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, which comprises a splendid Victorian mansion and has its very own Roman-themed health club. Popular with celebrities, it also has a luxury spa and chic lounge bars, and provides opulent, large rooms, as well as top-of-the-range suites with lounges. The venue is only minutes from Bristol's grand Norman cathedral, and overlooks the pictorial College Green, which is noted for its large Queen Victoria Statue.
Another exclusive four star venue in the city centre is the SACO Bristol Broad Quay, which is an ideal choice for guests who prefer the convenience and flexibility of self-catering accommodation. It has fully equipped apartments with luxury amenities, and is just minutes from Bristol's acclaimed Colston Hall concert venue.
See the grand Clifton Suspension Bridge, an important symbol of Bristol, designed by the renowned engineer Brunel, then explore Bristol Zoo, one of the oldest in Britain. See the charming 19th century Cabot Tower, have a wander around the regenerated Harbourside, then spend some time at the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery before heading to the At-Bristol science exhibition.
You could also book tickets to Colston Hall, Bristol's leading concert venue, which organises various performances of classical music, jazz, rock and other music genres throughout the year.
Just a short drive from Bristol is the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol Cadbury House, a deluxe four star venue offering opulent, spacious WiFi-enabled rooms with coffee makers. You could also consider the luxury Old Court Guest House, a romantic historic house with lavish rooms overlooking scenic parkland.
All rooms at Bristol's luxury hotels are decorated with beautiful décor and premium bedding to ensure you have the perfect night's sleep. The Hotel du Vin, for example, is noted for its well-preserved Georgian interior and princely rooms with high-end Egyptian cotton sheets on luxuriously soft and comfortable beds.