Overlooking Bristol’s harbour, this contemporary hotel is a minute’s walk from Arnolfini art gallery and a 5-minute walk of Queen Square and Bristol Hippodrome Theatre.
The Bristol is a place where you can relax and soak up the vibe down by the harbour while enjoying quality hotel amenities and services for a refreshing stay.
Named best city break hotel in the South West by The Sunday Times ‘100 best British Hotels’ 2018
Stylish & contemporary guestrooms rooms feature en suite bathrooms and desks, plus free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free WiFi
- Coffee/tea maker
- Daily housekeeping
- Free wired Internet
- Shower/tub combination
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- LCD TV
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe
- Number of bathrooms – 1
- Digital TV service
- Room service (24 hours)
The River Grille
This spacious restaurant features exquisite wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of the Harbourside. The River Grille is one of Bristol’s most elegant dining venues – famed for its superb steaks, vibrant ambiance, and unique setting.
Shore Cafe Bar
Situated right next to The River Grille, the Shore Café Bar offers a more informal drinking and dining ambiance. You can enjoy a coffee in the morning, or grab a light bite to eat throughout the day.
Juices and healthy smoothies that taste just as good as they are for you come from The Juicery at The Bristol. Founded by New York based Cindy Palusamy, The Juicery is based on the concept of ‘expert goodness’ and offers a wonderful menu using locally sourced organic ingredients ‘with choice, delicious flavours and nutrition in mind’.
On The Map: Bristol is located in southwest England, along the Bristol Channel separating England & Southern Wales.
Bristol enjoys a fantastic location in the heart of the West Country, with some of England’s finest countryside stretching out in all directions from the city. The rich and eventful history of Bristol as a port spans many centuries. The original town was listed in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of 1051 as a port trading regularly with Ireland. Bristol played an extremely important role in sea trade for hundreds of years thereafter. There are several world class attractions in modern Bristol. The iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge (pictured), spans the picturesque Avon Gorge, and is the symbol of the city. For almost 150 years this Grade I listed structure has attracted visitors from all over the world. When launched in 1843, the ‘Great Britain’ became the world’s first luxury ocean liner. Now a dockside museum, the historic ship is a pleasure to visit and explore. For the best views in Bristol, climb Cabot Tower. Admission is free and you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views of the town center, harbor, Clifton Suspension Bridge and beyond. Bristol Zoo is the world’s fifth oldest, and highly acclaimed.