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Featured Bristol Hotels

With speedy access to the flourishing city center, airport, and Parkway Business Park, our Bristol hotels will help you make the most of your stay.
Due to its location on the River Avon and the Severn Estuary in southwestern England, Bristol’s fortunes have long risen and fallen with the sea. Like so many prominent British settlements, Bristol can trace its habitation back to before the Iron Age. One of the three most prosperous cities of the kingdom during the medieval era, Bristol had its own mint and was pressing coins by 1020. Although it suffered significant damage during the Luftwaffe raids of WWII, Bristol’s indomitable spirit persevered to rebuild and maintain itself as a captivating destination for residents and visitors alike.
As you tour the city, you can’t miss the pretty Clifton Suspension Bridge over the Avon Gorge, a marvel of 19th century engineering. The trek to the top of Cabot’s Tower, built to honor one of the original British explorers of North America, who set sail from Bristol’s harbor in 1497, rewards climbers with sweeping views over the cityscape and surrounding parkland. Mixed in with Bristol’s hundreds of historic buildings are some of infamous artist Banksy’s original works—discovering them around the city is always an energizing treasure hunt.
Embrace the seafaring way of life when you climb aboard the SS Britain, an immersion in Victorian ship-building. Known for its diverse and exciting nightlife, you can knock back a pint at an ancient public house before heading out to catch a show at
Bristol’s Hippodrome or Theatre Royal.
Hunt down new apparel or a unique souvenir in Bristol’s Shopping Quarter, whose four separate shopping areas offer a whopping 500 stores. For hip, independent boutiques look no further than Park Street or Clifton. St. Nicholas Market in the Old City is another place to hit for both interesting goods and historic atmosphere.
With a packed roster of soccer, rugby, and cricket teams, there’s always a rousing match to catch somewhere in Bristol. The city is also host to the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta each year, so remember to look up!
Bristol’s two train stations and airport keep the city well connected to the rest of the U.K., with high-speed trains departing frequently for London’s Paddington Station.
Leave your cares at the door when you book one of our Bristol hotels. Our guarantee of friendly service, spacious rooms, and bottom-line values lets you leave the logistics to us while enjoying your time away in Bristol.

Latest Bristol Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Bristol Hotel
(4.2 / 5) of 3545 reviews
Convenient Location
By DisappointedNotComingBack
Convenient for Bristol Temple Meads station. Simple, reliable accommodation. Friendly staff. Basic breakfast. Fair value for city centre. [Less]
Comfortable Night
By TimFr
Nice Hotel, Excellent Staff, not bad VFM. Good Location and choice of parking options. [Less]
A pleasent night
By 27anne
This hotel is close to the city centre and main station, but is quiet inside. [Less]
mixed experience
By robert 1900
comfortable bed but no dish for soap and only one hand towel holder in s twin room bath room no easy chair. A most helpful and efficient chamber maid and very good service in the bar and [More] restaurant.The offhand guidance from reception as to how to arrive on the M32 resulted in us wasting a half hour trying to find it We had arrived in day light and this was our first visit to this hotel and it was dark when we left to meet our son in Bristol. Why not have some proper printed directions to hand out at reception? We can not be the only guests having difficulties in this situation.. the reception area and the lounge were very cold because of the constant opening and closing of the main doors which is the result of poor design [Less]
staff friendly hotel
By Lisha41
The hotel is clean. Location is convenient. Car park is quite secure. Staff are friendly and efficient.. Lots of space for chats. Unfortunately, wifi is not free. [Less]
Same familiar tune.......!!!!!!!!!
By Roadrunner101
I stay at this location on a regular basis......seldom disappointed.....from the management down the staff work hard to ratings speak for only complaint is that on a [More] weekday the public areas become 'open plan' offices with impromptu meetings filling the air with intrusive mobile phone conversations and business chatter......laptops and I-pads everywhere.....impossible to relax with a coffee and newspaper..!!!! [Less]
Lovely room large bed
By Waggit
Room was lovely and clean, ample room large shower and nice to have a bath. Rooms are a bit expensive and disappointed that we didn't get a discount even though we have an AGM there annually. Lovely [More] central position though for shopping and the Christmas market. [Less]
Relaxed, comfortable hotel and great staff
By Jose9494
Holiday Inn Bristol has become a regular stay when visiting my student son. We have stayed in most hotels but really like this one as the staff are very friendly and eager to ensure out stay is [More] comfortable. Nothing is too much bother and the rooms always clean. The bar has a relaxed atmosphere and the breakfast very good with lots of healthy options. We will return again. [Less]
Holiday Inn Bristol
By Wigi1
I would recommend this hotel as an extremely central location to visit Bristol city centre and bar area The staff were friendly and attentive and the bar and restaurant service was good [Less]

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