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On the quayside of the Floating Harbour, The Bristol Hotel is 10 minutes' walk from Brunel's SS Great Britain. It has stylish rooms, free internet and a riverside restaurant. Staff were extremely friendly and very accommodating - definitely stay here again - very very central

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2,836 reviews
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A contemporary boutique hotel set in a Georgian townhouse, Number 38 Clifton offers stylish rooms with views of the Clifton Downs or Bristol city centre. This property is beautiful. Very high end finish and beautifully decorated. Accommodated us with an early breakfast. Extremely comfortable bed and we had an upgrade as hotel wasn’t full. Absolutely great would love to return.

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9.5
Exceptional
824 reviews
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With a secluded courtyard and award-winning bistro, this historic hotel offers luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi. Hotel du Vin Bristol is a 10-minute walk from the vibrant Waterside area. Stayed there before few times, was there this weekend and will definitely stay there again. It's just superb place, from the moment you step in till the moment you check out everyone is extremely helpful, friendly and attentive. Clean rooms, tranquil restaurant; every little details been thought off. Highly recomend it to anyone if you're in Bristol.

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9.2
Superb
779 reviews
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Situated in the heart of the city of Bristol, Hampton by Hilton offers modern accommodation with complimentary Wi-Fi. Excellent hotel near the Cabot Circus. Great staff, very clean room. Strong wifi signal throughout the room. Rich breakfast, though it's basically the same every day. Plenty of restaurants nearby.

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8.6
Fabulous
5,663 reviews
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HK$ 601
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Situated in Bristol’s vibrant city centre, this Holiday Inn offers ultra-modern rooms and a stylish restaurant and bar. Very good sized room and bed. Very well arranged and decorated the room.

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8.5
Very good
1,164 reviews
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HK$ 549
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Victoria Square Hotel Clifton Village is set on a leafy Georgian square in fashionable Clifton Village. It is located 1 mile from Bristol's centre. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Yes the bed was great. Breakfast, could have had more fruit.

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8.5
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2,336 reviews
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HK$ 498
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Located directly opposite Temple Meads Railway Station, the Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre is 30 minutes' drive from Bristol International Airport. Lovely breakfast,Friendly staffs,good location(3mins to the railway station)

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8.4
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3,504 reviews
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Holiday Inn Express Bristol Filton offers a warm welcome, rooms with modern facilities and free Wi-Fi, just 5 miles from Bristol. The soundproofing. My partner and I usually struggle to sleep in hotels because of constant noise from banging doors etc. We had no complaints at all on this occasion.

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8.5
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3,346 reviews
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On the tree-lined Welsh Back waterfront, this 4-star boutique hotel overlooks the River Avon and historic Bristol Bridge. It features a restaurant, bar and conference rooms. Well located comfortable hotel- complimentary soft drinks & snacks in mini bar- nice staff

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8.3
Very good
2,745 reviews
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HK$ 607
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Set above Avon Gorge, this hotel overlooks Brunel's famous suspension bridge. It has a large terrace for al fresco dining with excellent views. Room was very nice and comfortable.

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8.5
Very good
1,602 reviews
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HK$ 766
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FAQs about hotels in Bristol

  • Some of the best hotels in Bristol near Bristol Hippodrome include 3 Berkeley Square, Berkeley Square House and Hotel du Vin Bristol.

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Bristol cost HK$ 624 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bristol are HK$ 920 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bristol can on average be found for HK$ 997 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Many families visiting Bristol loved staying at Number 38 Clifton, Berwick Lodge and Hotel du Vin Bristol.

  • Clifton, Bristol Old City and Cotham are popular with other travellers visiting Bristol.

  • Number 38 Clifton, Berwick Lodge and Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre网上体彩投注app have received great reviews from travellers in Bristol regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

  • 网上体彩投注appThe average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Bristol this weekend is HK$ 797 or, for a 4-star hotel, HK$ 1,120. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Bristol for this weekend cost on average around HK$ 1,241 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • The Bristol Hotel, Number 38 Clifton and Hotel du Vin Bristol are some of the popular hotels in Bristol.

  • On average, it costs HK$ 697 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Bristol for tonight. You'll pay on average around HK$ 868 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Bristol will cost around HK$ 901 (based on Booking.com prices).

  • These hotels in Bristol are highly rated by couples: Number 38 Clifton, Hotel du Vin Bristol and The Bristol Hotel.

  • Travellers who stayed in Bristol near Bristol Airport (BRS) have said good things about Hampton By Hilton Bristol Airport, The Lodge and Redhill House Boutique Hotel.

  • For hotels in Bristol that serve up a highly-rated breakfast, try Number 38 Clifton, Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre and Hotel du Vin Bristol.

From Brunel to Banksy!

Britain’s 4th most popular visitor destination, Bristol boasts Brunel’s magnificent Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the River Avon. More Brunel handiwork is in the harbour where his SS Great Britain steamship is moored. Pirate walks here detail the city’s underground naval history.

Further north in Clifton is the world’s oldest zoo outside a capital city. Other Bristol attractions include At-Bristol Museum and the Grade I-listed Corn Exchange with its 4 "nails" outside where money changed hands. Also worth a visit is St Nicholas Market, in a Georgian square home to several bars and a Slow Food Market on the 1st Sunday of every month. Other Bristol shopping options include shopping centres at Cabot Circus, and Cribbs Causeway on the outskirts.

网上体彩投注appAs a student city, Bristol really comes to life after dark. The live music scene here is fantastic and has given way to several internationally known bands, but for something more alternative head to Eastside.

网上体彩投注appAnother option for alternative-seekers is the work of hometown street artists Banksy. Just like Booking.com’s Bristol accommodation, his work is spread throughout this fabulous city.

网上体彩投注appThis Gateway to the West Country is served by Bristol Airport and Temple Meads train station. The old Bristol to Bath railway line is now a cycle route and makes a great day trip.

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