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Located in Bristol City Centre, this guesthouse is within a 5-minute walk of Baldwin Street, St. Peters Church and Bristol Theatre Royal. Bristol Hippodrome ...
£40 per night for 2 guestsBrooks Guesthouse Bristol£40
Located in Bristol City Centre, this spa hotel is within a 5-minute walk of St Nicholas Market, St. Peters Church, and Bristol Hippodrome Theatre. Broadmead ...
£79 per night for 2 guestsBristol Harbour Hotel & Spa£79
Located in Clifton, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Clifton Cathedral, University of Bristol and Clifton Suspension Bridge. Bristol Zoo and Cabot Tower ...
£74 per night for 2 guestsAvon Gorge by Hotel du Vin£74
Located in the heart of Bristol, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Colston Hall, Bristol Hippodrome Theatre, and St. Peters Church. Broadmead ...
£104 per night for 2 guestsHotel du Vin & Bistro Bristol£104
Located in Clifton, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Victoria Rooms and Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery. University of Bristol and Clifton Suspension ...
£38 per night for 2 guestsVictoria Square Hotel£38
Located in Clifton, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Victoria Rooms and Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery. University of Bristol and Cabot Tower are ...
£54 per night for 2 guestsThe Regency Bristol Hotel£54
Bristol, the most populous city in South West England, has been a thriving trading centre since the days of the Roman Empire, and is still one of Britain's busiest ports. As one of the cultural capitals of the UK, Bristol gave the world trip hop music, Banksy and Concorde, and is home to many world-class museums, as well as a flourishing restaurant and nightlife scene.
The city has also long been a favourite destination for a weekend city break. With a great selection of hotels in Bristol to choose from, it’s an inviting place to stay, whether you’re travelling on a shoestring or planning a more indulgent holiday.
Clifton Suspension Bridge was designed by one of the world's foremost engineers, Isambard Kingdom Brunel – who never got to see his creation in all its glory as he passed away five years before the bridge was completed. This Grade I-listed landmark features 3,500 load-bearing bolts and was originally a busy crossing point for horse carriages. Brunel, who in 1831 won a contest to become the designer of the bridge, described the structure as 'my first love, my darling', and had originally planned to include Egyptian-themed towers. There are plenty of hotels near Clifton Suspension Bridge that offer incredible views over this mighty feat of engineering.
Dating back to the 1890s, Cabot Tower was built to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Italian navigator John Cabot's expedition to North America, one of the earliest explorations of the New World. It was built in a former chapel designed in the Middle Ages, and was partly created with the same Bath stone that was also used to build the architecture of the famous city of Bath nearby. If you’re keen to visit during your stay in Bristol, there are a number of hotels near Cabot Tower to choose from.
One of the world's oldest zoos, having opened in 1836, Bristol Zoo is home to thousands of animals and hundreds of different species. It's particularly noted for its extensive mammal collection, and its innovative Wild Place Project demonstrates the diversity of conservation programmes taking place all around the world. Consider a hotel near Bristol Zoo if you're an animal lover planning to visit the zoo during your stay in Bristol.
Nicknamed the Floating Harbour because its water levels are not affected by the Severn Estuary's tidal variations, Bristol Harbour has been a busy port since medieval times. During the Industrial Revolution, the harbour was expanded to accommodate the city's developing global trade connections, and today the site is home to a wide range of vibrant cafés and restaurants, including popular hotels such as the affordable, contemporary ibis Bristol Centre. Each summer, the city celebrates the Bristol Harbour Festival, which includes lots of live music, dance performances and arts events, as well various water-based events such as boat races.
The harbour is also the location of SS Great Britain, a pioneering museum ship that was also designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in the early 19th century and is one of the oldest surviving great ocean liners in the world. If you’re interested in all things maritime, take a look at these hotels near SS Great Britain.
Bristol’s museums, zoo and other cultural attractions make it a great destination for families, and there’s a superb range of family-friendly hotels in Bristol to match. The Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre is a great choice if you want to be in the heart of the action, as is the Novotel Bristol Centre, which is very conveniently located near Bristol Temple Meads train station. Other family attractions to check out during your time in Bristol include We The Curious, a science centre with interactive exhibits about space, food, the human brain and more. If you’d like to visit, have a look at our hotels near We The Curious in Bristol.
Bristol is the financial and business hub of the South West of England, so naturally there are a number of great business hotels in Bristol.There’s a good chance you might be attending a conference at UWE Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre, which sits to the north of the city. If so, the nearby Aztec Hotel & Spa is a good choice. Alternatively, if you need to be in the city centre, check out ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay near Bristol’s main train station.