Bristol Hotels

Take a stroll through history while visiting quiant dockside eateries, lavish shopping districts, and beautiful architecture near one of our Bristol hotels.

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2 Lower Castle Street, Old Market Bristol, United Kingdom BS1 3AD
0.2 miles from destination
Modern hotel in Central Bristol, with excellent on-site dining and an outdoor roof terrace.
College Green Bristol, United Kingdom BS1 5TA
0.5 miles from destination
Historic hotel in Bristol with modern accommodation, tasty dining and six event venues.
1-3 North Parade Bath, United Kingdom BA1 1LF
11.1 miles from destination
St Pierre Park Chepstow, United Kingdom NP16 6YA
11.9 miles from destination
Set in 400 acres of Welsh countryside just 25 minutes to Newport, Cardiff & Bristol.
Mill Lane Cardiff, United Kingdom CF10 1EZ
25.3 miles from destination
Contemporary hotel in Cardiff city centre, with a restaurant, a lounge and a fitness centre.
Shurdington Road Brockworth, United Kingdom GL3 4PB
32.9 miles from destination
This stylish Cotswold Hotel is an ideal base for both business and leisure
Pipers Way Swindon, United Kingdom SN3 1SH
35.6 miles from destination
Escape to our central Swindon hotel featuring stylish guest rooms, event venues and an indoor pool.

Bristol

Considered the “capital of the West,” Bristol served as Britain’s largest inland port for centuries. Today, Bristol’s sea trade heritage is one of its biggest attractions, with much redevelopment centered around the historic Harbourside.

Dockside storehouses have been converted into restaurants, pubs, galleries and wine bars, convenient to your Bristol hotel accommodations. Enjoy this sophisticated shopping district, or for a little more fun, take a “pirate walk” in the district with Pirate Pete. While you’re there, be sure to see the SS Great Britain, the world’s first luxury ocean liner, launched in 1843. Then stop at Arnolfini, a groundbreaking contemporary arts center housed in a former tea warehouse.

From your Bristol hotel, you can take a stroll to the riverside and enjoy the view from the Clifton Suspension Bridge, a marvel of engineering when it was begun in 1831 (it’s still in use today). Old City features medieval streets and buildings and the St. Nicholas Market, where modern merchants sell arts and crafts, books, and produce.  

A short drive from your Bristol hotel, you’ll find Cheddar Caves and Gorge, one of England’s most scenic locations. Bristol and the surrounding region hold many unexpected delights for the visitor.