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Visiting Bristol – A City Guide
Home to street art by Banksy, grand Georgian architecture, major regional businesses and innovative modern museums, Bristol is a vibrant fusion of old and new. Hip galleries rub shoulders with 19th-century maritime attractions at the Harbourside, while quirky clubs all over town are testament to the city’s legendary live music scene.

 

Bristol: city layout
The River Avon runs through the centre of Bristol’s hilly cityscape. Beside the river in the city centre, the hip Harbourside development occupies the former Floating Harbour, where the SS Great Britain recalls the city’s maritime heyday.

From Bristol Cathedral on neighbouring College Green, a walk up steep, shop-lined Park Street brings you to the refined neighbourhood of Clifton, where grassy Clifton Down overlooks the Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge.

North of the river in the centre, you’ll find pedestrianised Broadmead shopping centre and the Georgian townhouses of leafy Queen Square. Further north, Filton is the base for major businesses including Airbus and Rolls-Royce.

To the south, aptly named, cosmopolitan Southville is home to the thriving Tobacco Factory Theatre. Across Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Ashton Court Estate offers a green woodland escape close to the heart of the city.

 

Top attractions in Bristol
Towering over the limestone cliffs of Avon Gorge, Clifton Suspension Bridge is an iconic landmark designed by Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It connects elegant Clifton Village to Leigh Woods, a peaceful walking spot.

Down by the buzzing Harbourside, the Arnolfini shows contemporary art, dance and film in an airy former tea warehouse. It’s a short walk from another of Brunel’s engineering triumphs, the SS Great Britain, now a floating museum with reconstructed cabins and an authentic-smelling ship’s kitchen.

Across the harbour, M Shed traces the city’s history through photographs and interactive attractions including a double-decker city bus.

 

The concierge recommends…

  • A dip in the city’s stylish Lido. You can swim lengths in the beautifully renovated Victorian pool, then warm up in the sauna and steam room.
  • Walking or biking through sprawling Ashton Court Estate. You can wander through ancient woodland, spot grazing deer and admire superb city views. During August’s International Balloon Fiesta, the sky here is filled with brightly coloured hot air balloons.
  • Settle into the refurbished Georgian auditorium for a night at Bristol Old Vic, which has been staging classic and contemporary plays since the 18th century.
  • Learn about the city’s graffiti scene and see artists at work on a street art tour. Banksy’s provocative artwork attracts worldwide attention and his home town is where it all started.
  • Strolling through leafy Arnos Vale Cemetery. Guided tours of the city’s Victorian burial ground take in ornate tombs, local history and resident wildlife.

 

Hotels in Bristol
Whether you want to be moments from museums or a stroll from your train, Bristol’s hotel options cater to every budget and style. Take your pick from city centre hotels, business-friendly choices in quiet neighbourhoods and convenient rooms close to the airport.

Staying in a contemporary city centre hotel puts you on the doorstep of Bristol’s dazzling array of galleries, live music venues and theatres. The high-street stores of Cabot Circus are only a short walk from the regenerated Harbourside and Clifton’s Georgian architecture.

Business travellers often base themselves in the quiet commercial area of Filton, close to major regional businesses and the Mall at Cribbs Causeway.

If you’ve got a train to catch, book a room near the stations at Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Early morning flight? Pick a comfortable hotel near Bristol Airport (BRS).

 

Eating Out in Bristol
The Bristol food scene reflects the city’s status as a European Green Capital, with a clutch of eco-conscious eateries serving locally sourced produce. You can sample a melting pot of world cuisines, wander through street-food markets or choose to dine in style.

For picnic supplies or tasty snacks in the heart of the city, you can’t beat the tiny cafés and food stalls at St. Nicholas Market. Enjoy a smoky pulled-pork sandwich at Grillstock or seasonal dishes at Source Food Hall.

The bohemian neighbourhoods of Stokes Croft and Montpelier are home to trendy dining destinations including ethical eatery Poco and a branch of the much-loved Thali Café chain.

Up the hill in Cotham, Bellita serves North African and Middle Eastern-inspired dishes. Casamia, in quiet Westbury-on-Trym, has earned a Michelin star for its creative seasonal and locally sourced menus.

Latest Bristol Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Bristol Hotel
(4.2 / 5) of 3850 reviews
A good night's sleep
By M4jockey
Yet another pleasant stay. A good night's sleep, friendly front-desk staff (as always) and excellent / speedy room service (again, as always) [Less]
Tv Channels
By Grange61
Having more freeview channels would be helpful to relax in the evening. [Less]
considerate and accommodating
By linny64
My son has special needs so is very fussy with his eating. This posed no problem to the restaurant staff who were so helpful and kind. Something I very much appreciate. We have stayed at this hotel [More] once before and would have no hesitation in staying there again or indeed recommending it. I made a point of showing my appreciation by thanking them at the reception desk [Less]
great
By czzle
perfect for business, close to links, and restaurants in evening, also great gym [Less]
Always Excellent
By hfgm501
Always choose this hotel when I stay in Bristol as the facilities are fantastic and you really feel valued as a platinum member. Staff are as ever awesome and the rooms are lovely. [Less]
Massive room, even better then expected
The room was great value for money, the hotel is modern and clean. Our room was on the top floor and massive, even had a terrace and great views of Bristol. Would stay here again on our next visit to [More] Bristol. Have already reccommended the hotel to family. [Less]
"Above Average "
By Whiskers1944
Pleasant staff,and helpful.Parking not a problem,and Sainsburys petrol station five minutes away.Nice size television,duvet a bit too hot,even with the air-con off.Window kept closed in case of [More] noise,but not too bad as it happened.Good shower and air-con,and although there is a notice in the room to ask for extra milk if you need it,you will need it,so ask before you get there.No biscuit or snack on the tray, which surprised me,but that was the only down side.Free wifi good in the room. Breakfast was good,with a reasonable choice,remember,you are not at the Niebieski Art Hotel & Spa Krakow,nor the Savoy.Four pillows issued,two hard and two not so hard. Kept clean everywhere as far as I could see,all in all a good hotel. [Less]
One night stay
By Pride of Hull
This is a standard Holiday Inn Express in a good location for the attractions in the Bristol area. My only complaint would have to be the hot breakfast - OK if you like beans and sausages but [More] definately not a full English and no way to upgrade. Mind you the continental breakfast selection was reasonable. [Less]
Great check-in and stay on a wet Friday
By andrewgx
I didn't have high expectations for this hotel, I thought it would be the Ryanair of hotels, but I was really surprised. The hotel was easy to find and there was plenty of parking right [More] outside. Check-in was fast and friendly Although there were children running up and down the hallway, the sound proofing was excellent and as soon as the door was closed, I was able to get eight hours good sleep. Bed and choice of pillows were comfy Only downside were the sausages and scrambled eggs at breakfast. They're low quality and unpleasant, opt for baked beans on toast and you'll be happy [Less]

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