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  1. Bristol Marriott Royal

    Bristol Marriott Royal

    Bristol, 2.0 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Excellent – 85 / 100 (3066 reviews)

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  2. Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol

    Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol

    Bristol, 2.2 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 84 / 100 (1797 reviews)

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  3. Future Inns Bristol

    Future Inns Bristol

    Bristol, 3.1 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 84 / 100 (2606 reviews)

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  4. Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa

    Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel and Spa

    Bristol, 2.9 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 81 / 100 (1982 reviews)

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  5. Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre

    Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre

    Bristol, 3.0 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 83 / 100 (4148 reviews)

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  6. Mercure Bristol Grand

    Mercure Bristol Grand

    Bristol, 2.4 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Good – 79 / 100 (1850 reviews)

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  7. Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre

    Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre

    Bristol, 2.8 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Excellent – 88 / 100 (866 reviews)

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  8. Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre

    Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre

    Bristol, 3.0 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 84 / 100 (3884 reviews)

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  9. Avon Gorge

    Avon Gorge

    Bristol, 0.2 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 80 / 100 (1611 reviews)

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  10. The Berkeley Square Hotel

    The Berkeley Square Hotel

    Bristol, 1.5 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Good – 76 / 100 (1106 reviews)

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  11. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol City Centre

    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol City Centre

    Bristol, 2.9 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 82 / 100 (1237 reviews)

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  12. The Bristol

    The Bristol

    Bristol, 2.2 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Excellent – 85 / 100 (2940 reviews)

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  13. Holiday Inn Bristol Filton

    Holiday Inn Bristol Filton

    Bristol, 8.4 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 81 / 100 (1503 reviews)

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  14. ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay

    ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay

    Bristol, 3.5 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Good – 79 / 100 (1533 reviews)

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  15. Hotel Du Vin Bristol

    Hotel Du Vin Bristol

    Bristol, 2.2 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Excellent – 86 / 100 (704 reviews)

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  16. Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre

    Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre

    Bristol, 3.0 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Excellent – 85 / 100 (724 reviews)

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  17. Lodge On The Park

    Lodge On The Park

    Bristol, 10.5 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 84 / 100 (584 reviews)

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  18. Aztec Hotel & Spa

    Aztec Hotel & Spa

    Bristol, 10.6 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Excellent – 86 / 100 (844 reviews)

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  19. Mercure Bristol Brigstow Hotel

    Mercure Bristol Brigstow Hotel

    Bristol, 2.5 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 83 / 100 (1949 reviews)

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  20. Novotel Bristol Centre

    Novotel Bristol Centre

    Bristol, 2.9 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 82 / 100 (2023 reviews)

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  21. Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre

    Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre

    Bristol, 3.1 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 80 / 100 (1719 reviews)

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  22. The Washington Bristol

    The Washington Bristol

    Bristol, 1.3 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    71 / 100 (2148 reviews)

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  23. Victoria Square Hotel

    Victoria Square Hotel

    Bristol, 0.8 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Good – 75 / 100 (320 reviews)

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  24. Travelodge Bristol Central Mitchell Lane

    Travelodge Bristol Central Mitchell Lane

    Bristol, 2.8 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Very good – 81 / 100 (276 reviews)

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  25. ibis Bristol Centre

    ibis Bristol Centre

    Bristol, 1.6 km to Clifton Suspension Bridge

    Good – 79 / 100 (1349 reviews)

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Hotels in Bristol

Bristol: A Cultural Hub of Eccentric Wonder


Formerly known as an industrial kingpin in England, Bristol has reinvented itself as a thriving and exciting city that is a popular destination with many. Along with being accredited as Britain’s most liveable city, the creativity and culture of Bristol ensures it’s an attractive proposal for holidaymakers. And whether it is the historic Brunel’s SS Great Britain or the stunning Clifton Suspension Bridge, the area supplies a wealth of attractions and sights to delight all travellers.



Discovering the History of Bristol


Although it now contains countless multicultural restaurants, modern activities, contemporary hotels and even an international airport, Bristol has a lot of heritage behind it – something that can be experienced via various historic attractions and museums that populate the city. One such example is Cabot Tower. Built in 1897, the tower – which is set within the beautiful Brandon Hill parkland near the city centre and commemorates explorer John Cabot – cuts an impressive figure and provides stunning views of Bristol. Other impressively imposing, historic sites in the city include the Wills Memorial Building and St Mary Redcliffe Church. The former comprises a 215ft tower and the UK’s seventh largest bell, while the latter has existed for over 800 years and boasts wondrous gothic architecture. For a cheap day out, a trip to the free-to-enter Bristol Museum & Art Gallery offers a fascinating insight into the history of earth. Yet arguably the two main attractions in Bristol are accredited to one man: Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The Clifton Suspension Bridge is a remarkable monument that spans the Avon Gorge, while Brunel’s SS Great Britain is a Victorian ship that was the world’s first great ocean liner.



Wealth of Attractions


Away from your historical-related activities, Bristol also features an envious number of attractions that appeal to all kinds of travellers. A popular destination for many is the award-winning Bristol Zoo Gardens, where you can traverse the picturesque scenery as you discover various animals at every turn. For something that is near to the city centre – and most hotel choices, shops and restaurants – the Bristol Aquarium provides an aquatic-themed alternative to the zoo. Along with more than 40 displays, it is also the only UK aquarium that incorporates a giant botanical house. For additional family-fun with a science theme, At-Bristol – with hundreds of interactive exhibits, a planetarium and live shows – is one of the most loved attractions with locals and visitors alike. And as for a certain place to visit, the Bristol City Docks is a highly-regarded area for multiple reasons. Not only do these modern docks bustle with activities, bars, hotels and restaurants, but it also flaunts its very own Banksy artwork – with Bristol being the elusive artist’s birthplace!



Events for All


No matter what time of the year you visit Bristol, there will always be something on in terms of events. And perhaps none come with as much prestige as the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. Taking place every August, this fiesta is the largest annual gathering of hot air balloons in Europe. For a spot of maritime fun with all the family, the Bristol Harbour Festival – complete with music, circus, dance and nautical-themed performances – is a summer fixture for the city. If you have a love for art, then planning your visit around July’s Upfest is a must. This urban paint festival is the biggest in all of Europe. And if your enthusiasm is centred on music, festivals such as Brisfest, Grillstock and the Bristol Folk Festival should all be considered for your itinerary if possible. Also make note that various shows happen at acclaimed venues such as the Bristol Hippodrome and Bristol Old Vic Theatre, so make sure to check the calendar for other potential events!



Shopping & Dining


If indulging in treats and gifts is the norm when on your travels, you will be thrilled to know that Bristol is a mecca for shopping. With a healthy mix of high street retailers and small independent stores, the city has (almost) everything you could possibly need when splashing the cash. Although if you are looking for a centralised place to fulfil all your shopping needs, the Cabot Circus should be your one-stop destination. This distinctive shopping centre mixes in eye-catching architecture with a diverse choice of over 120 stores. Dining choices in Bristol are also just as healthy and wide-ranging. With well over 1,000 eateries available, the city contains an exceptional amount of choice and delectable food – whether it’s exotic international flavours or traditional British fare. Oh, and don’t forget the nightlife scene offered by Bristol. Thanks to a large assortment of nightclubs and bars, all tastes are catered for when it comes to having a late-night drink in the city.

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Points of Interest - Bristol