Whether you are visiting Bristol for a luxury wedding or a romantic weekend break, the city has plenty of charming romantic hotels for you to choose from.
Luxury Romantic Hotels in Bristol
A Wide Choice of Romantic Restaurants in Bristol
Bristol now has several prestigious Michelin star restaurants representing the very best in international cuisine and the latest cooking trends. One of the most popular is the Casamia restaurant, which offers delectable British classics with a modern twist and is near the outskirts of the city in Westbury Village. Many more high-end hotels in the city often provide concierge services where you can make reservations for restaurants and other attractions via your hotel reception.
See the Clifton Suspension Bridge
Pioneered by one of the world's great engineers, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Clifton Suspension Bridge is one of Britain's finest Victorian landmarks. Have a romantic stroll in the picturesque neighbourhood of Clifton, then head to the Clifton Observatory where you can enjoy superb views of the bridge and the surrounding woodland.
Book Tickets to the Bristol Hippodrome
If you're a theatre lover then catch a show at the magnificent Bristol Hippodrome, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012 and hosts many coveted West End performances. Now that the vast majority of romantic hotels in Bristol provide WiFi, you can easily book tickets to venues like this online from your accommodation - after all what's more romantic than dinner and a show with the one you love?
Budget Friendly Romantic Hotels in Bristol
The Tithe Born Bristol offers very pleasant, spacious accommodation with free parking near the southern outskirts of the city, while the Ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay also provides good quality modern accommodation in the city centre.
Other Attractions in Bristol
See Bristol's impressive 12th century cathedral, explore the attractive Georgian garden square known as Queen Square, then spend some time at the vibrant harbourside where you can find a great selection of cafés and bars. The city is also home to the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, which has many interesting art and archaeology-related artefacts from the prehistoric era to modern times.