Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre2 Lower Castle Street, Bristol 4.0 out of 5.0
Marriott Bristol City Centre is a 5-minute walk from Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, which houses over 120 stores and the 13-screen Cinema de Lux. Guests can walk ...
Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and SpaRedcliffe Hill, Bristol 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in Redcliffe, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Mary Redcliffe Church, Queen Square, and Bristol Theatre Royal. Bristol Hippodrome Theatre ...
Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City CentreTemple Way, Bristol 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in Redcliffe, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of British Empire and Commonwealth Museum and St. Mary Redcliffe Church. Cabot Circus Shopping Centre ...
Hotels in Bristol
Bristol is home to the impressive Bristol Conference Centre, which is centrally located for easy access and boasts free car-parking facilities. It features multiple spacious conference rooms for conventions of all sizes, offering huge windows for superior natural lighting, helping to keep conference-goers awake and engaged. The Conference Centre boasts high quality catering for conventions of any size and is conveniently located close to a number of hotels offering superb accommodation.
No trip to Bristol is complete without a visit to the 2013 Bristol's Best Restaurant Award winning restaurant Casamia. This dining venue boasts a "Five Senses" menu, to create a complete, immersive dining experience. The menu aims to indulge childhood memories with traditional hearty fayre with a modern twist, such as cottage pie.
Bristol's impressive shopping scene boasts something for everyone. A great place to start is the Bristol Shopping Quarter, located in the city centre, where you can find just about anything, from high-end furniture and fashion to the latest toys and gadgets.
Major Points of Interest
Bristol is home to a variety of attractions and points of interest, including the fascinating At-Bristol Science Centre, featuring a family-friendly interactive science and technology experience. The Bristol Museum and Art Gallery is a great place to go for a little culture, featuring Egyptology and archaeological exhibits, along with historical and contemporary art, and historical artifact exhibits. The Clifton Suspension Bridge is the most iconic Bristolian landmark, designed by the renowned architect Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1831, and having its own visitor centre.
Bristol boasts two football teams, an American football team, speedway events, a cricket team, Gaelic football, and basketball teams, along with six large swimming pools. So, whether you want to exert some energy and get involved, or watch others do it for you, there's plenty of sporting activities in Bristol for everyone.
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