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Bristol International Airport is situated in the beautiful North Somerset countryside, seven miles to the south of Bristol city. Travellers passing through the airport have access to some great attractions, including Clifton Suspension Bridge and Brunel’s SS Great Britain. They can also take advantage of a wealth of hotelaccommodation, from homely, family-run establishments to grand boutique hotels designed to cater for every need.
Bristol International Airport is in southeast England and within easy reach of any one of the country’s major cities, which are all packed with numerous attractions and entertainment options. The choice of hotels on offer is exceptionally varied, ranging from spa establishments that concentrate on beauty and fitness, to grand old buildings that pamper guests with rich cuisine and fine wines.
If you’re travelling to Bristol International Airport for business, whether in the city or en route to somewhere else, you’ll be delighted with the facilities available in the airport hotels and those in the surrounding area. High-speed WiFi comes as standard, while facilities in the larger hotels include meeting rooms and equipment for presentations.
Many travellers enjoy staying at smaller hotels, family-run bed & breakfasts and guesthouses. Here, they can enjoy a taste of traditional regional cuisine and will be welcomed like a member of the family. Fortunately, there is no shortage of these in the area immediately surrounding the airport, in villages such as those found in the Chew Valley. An added bonus is the number of antique and crafts shops in the area, set in some of England’s most iconic countryside.
Whether you’re based in one of the excellent hotels in the immediate proximity of Bristol International Airport or choose a grand establishment in the city itself, you’ll have a rich variety of dining venues at your fingertips. Some of the hotels in Bristol were established centuries ago, and serve traditional, seasonal food sourced from the region. If you’re looking for something yet more intimate, there is also plenty of B&B accommodation on offer, too.
For executive travellers looking for hotels offering high-speed broadband, meeting rooms and other business essentials, Bristol won’t disappoint. Well-priced rooms appointed with desks for late-night working, and easy access to all necessary facilities come as standard both at the airport and in the city, so nothing need stand in the way of progress!
Bristol is one of the UK’s most exciting cities for entertainment and nightlife. Many larger hotels run their own programmes of evening entertainment, and as they’re all within easy access of the plethora of pubs, bars, concert venues and restaurants for which Bristol is famous, you’ll never be at a loose end. That goes for whether you’re based in a B&B or boutique hotel here.