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Choose from a wide variety of luxury spa hotels in Bristol and benefit from excellent customer service and deluxe, spacious rooms.
Spa Hotels near Bristol Castle Park
Stay at the high-end Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel City Centre, which offers immaculate rooms and an indoor pool, sauna and other luxury spa facilities. Another popular choice is the four star Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel, which also has superb spa and leisure facilities and has large, chic rooms.
Castle Park is one of the city's most important public spaces, featuring two partially intact medieval churches that were seriously damaged during the Battle of Britain in the Second World War. This area was once overlooked by Bristol Castle, which was built in the Norman period when Bristol was controlled by William the Conqueror. Castle Park is moments from Broadmead, a thriving retail district where you can find many of Bristol's main department stores, including the enormous Galleries mall.
This beautiful garden square dates back to the 18th Century and is named after Queen Anne, who was the reigning monarch when the United Kingdom was formed in 1707 following the Acts of Union. Today, the square has many well-preserved 18th and 19th Century landmarks, including an imposing statue of William III that was designed by the distinguished Flemish sculptor Johannes Michel in the 1730s.
Spa Hotels near the Bristol Floating Harbour
You could stay at the splendid Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa near the historic St. Mary's Redcliffe Church, or try the charismatic, historic Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, another exclusive four star spa hotel.
The Floating Harbour inherited its name by the turn of the 19th Century, when locks were built to prevent its water level from being affected by the changes in tide of the River Avon. This is where the Port of Bristol originally developed into a busy shipping area by the 18th Century, helping the city become one of Europe's leading maritime centres. Today, the harbour is home to the M Shed dockside museum and displays the historic SS Great Britain ship that was designed by the revolutionary engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.