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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

Clean, comfortable, efficient but costly
By Webbedfeet
I needed to park my car for 10 days (leaving on a mid afternoon flight) but not returning until late at night on 6th October. Not wishing to immediately drive for 2 1/2 hours home, I booked a room [More] for the remainder of that night, had breakfast, collected the car the next morning and then drove back to Cornwall. Everything worked absolutely fine, and my flight was actually a bit late, so I was glad I had done this. Check in was extremely swift and I had a comfortable night, good breakfast, collected the car with no hassle and had an easy run back. My only quibble was the whole package was really quite expensive - more so than comparable ones I have done like this at Gatwick/Heathrow/Luton. Friends recommended other, cheaper options, but this was the simplest, quickest and easiest, and I was travelling alone. So, you pay your money and take your choice. I might look for a better value option if I did a similar trip from Bristol in the future, though. [Less]
Delicious dinner and good service - worth a visit
By Zulinska
Overnighting at the Holiday Inn in order to catch an early flight proved a delight. Firstly, on arrival polite and courteous staff checked us in - then a delicious dinner served by friendly and [More] helpful staff. Never been to a hotel where there is a sign 'How do you like your eggs in the morning' and given a choice . Secondly, in the bedroom you can choose your pillows too.. All in all a great evening and a good nights sleep after a stressful day. The shuttle was prompt and delivered us in good time to the airport. [Less]
By Bannon
Very helpful and friendly staff, went our of their way to help, which was very much appreciated. [Less]
Theatre stopover
By Nigelmop
Good value hotel within walking distance of Bath city centre. Free parking and free breakfast. Easy to find and on the main road link to Bristol. [Less]
Good hotel
By walk1957
Very clean room, good location, easy to park and that was free which was good. Only downside is the breakfast which was a bit un organised meaning things had run out or got cold. Otherwise an [More] enjoyable stay. [Less]
Good location poor room design
By cmw42
The staff are friendly and the hotel is well located with good public areas.The buffet breakfast was ok but the food could have been hotter. In our opinion the Room design was poor i.e, style over [More] function. No drawers, a small clothes hanging area, one small high shelf, no suitcase storage, no chair. Ok for short stays, [Less]
Holiday Inn Newport (Don't judge a book by it's cover)
By robknapman
First impressions are not great, as the outside of the hotel looks tired and dated and could do with a spruce up. However once inside the guest room was very modern and enjoyable. The staff are [More] very friendly and attentive, I also had both a very nice dinner and a full English/Welsh breakfast. Looks are deceiving and this is a great value hotel with good connections to south Wales, Herefordshire and Gloucester. [Less]
By Chionds
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Great Staff
By mozza8
Great staff and excellent food. Very good location with good rooms [Less]

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