Bristol

Bristol makes the most of its history both via museums and by weaving ancient buildings into its modern cityscape. With its waterfront, universities, excellent leisure amenities and still thriving business sector Bristol has a buzzing nightlife and cultural facilities, and has surged up the tourism table of late... Read More

Bristol Events

January
Retro & Flea Market
April
Bristol Spring Poetry Festival
Expressions Arts Festival
May
Bristol Art Weekender
Retro & Flea Market
June
British Heart Foundation Bristol Harbour Fun Run
Twilight City Ladies Only Trek in aid of Cystic Fibrosis Trust
July
Bristol Harbour Festival
Love Food Festival Summer Special
August
Bristol Children's Festival
Bristol Flower Show
Severnside Music Festival
September
Bristol Organic Food Festival
Bristol Poetry Festival
Heritage Open Days
Soil Association Organic Food Festival
October
Retro & Flea Market
November
Retro & Flea Market
December
Handels Messiah at Colston Hall
Retro & Flea Market
Trinity Community Arts Christmas Market
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Hotels in Bristol - 64 places to stay

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City Inn Bristol

City Inn Bristol
City Inn Bristol hotel, overlooking Temple Gardens, combines a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. Close to the city's vibrant centre and ideally located opposite Temple Quay and a 2 minute walk ... More | Double Room: £119 | visit website
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Ramada Bristol City

Ramada Bristol City

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In the heart of Bristol, 5 minutes' walk from Temple Meads Rail Station, this 4-star hotel has a unique restaurant and the Sebastian Coe Health Club. The Ramada Bristol City Hotel offers ... More

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Ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay

Ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay

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Ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay is located within short distance of Temple Meads railway station ( exit Temple quay ), a few minutes from the new Cabott Circus Shopping Centre ... More

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Hotel du Vin & Bistro

Hotel du Vin & Bistro
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Hotel du Vin is the perfect base for exploring this ancient capital of the South West of England. Located in the 'Old City' but close to the rejuvenated waterfront, ... More | Double Room: From £125
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Arnos Manor Hotel

Arnos Manor Hotel

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Forestdale Hotels are renowned for their friendly welcome and comfortable surroundings and the Arnos Manor is no exception. The unique listed building has many charms such as the superbly decorative ... More

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The Bristol Hotel

The Bristol Hotel
Those who stay at The Bristol Hotel get to experience the great location, the fresh, modern luxury of it's bedrooms and the chic cuisine and quayside ambience of the River Grille Restaurant and Shore Café ... More | visit website
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Bristol Marriott Hotel

Bristol Marriott Hotel

Experience a wonderful mix of traditional and modern Bristol at the exquisite Marriott Bristol City Centre Hotel. This luxury hotel pampers the most discerning travellers. Located in the city centre close to businesses, shopping centres ... More | visit website

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Radisson BLU Hotel

Radisson BLU Hotel

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The Radisson Blu Hotel, Bristol is a tastefully designed, eye-catching building in the centre of the city, close to the old town, and most of the city's cultural treasures, Museums, ... More

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The Grand by Thistle

The Grand by Thistle

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The Thistle Grand Hotel is not only Bristol’s oldest hotel, but is also one of the city’s finest 4-star hotels, in the heart of the city centre.

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Express by Holiday Inn North

Express by Holiday Inn North

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At this newly refurbished Express by Holiday Inn you can enjoy a warm welcome, contemporary facilities, a convenient location and value-for-money just 5 miles (8 km) from Bristol.
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