Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 326
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Roberma Good nights rest - shame about the food
The hotel was very pleasant to stay in, however it did not provide any real evening food and the bar offered limited refreshments. After a busy day would have been nice to get a bite to eat and a decent pint before retiring.
The internet access was very useful and allowed me to progress with work even while away from the office in comfort and with ease.
30 March 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pa&Ta Weekend with family
Once again we booked our stay at the Holiday Inn Bristol City centre, we alway stay here when we visit Bristol,
The wife and I always find it clean and tidy, staff are always polite and helpful, breakfast is basic but nice, cereal, bread, egg beans sauagers, teas and coffee, (help yourself and as much as you need. Its also mice that when you arrive back to the hotel early hours you can have a coffee/Tea before retriring to bed. Rooms come with all the normal items, wife was happy with the hair dryer. Parking is fairly easy but not cheap, they have a car park at the rear but charge £10 per night, there is a NCP carpark next door which is a little cheaper but you need to be up by 09:00 to move your car,
About a 5 min walk in to Bristol C C and about 1 min from Temple mead, main railway st for bristol.
Would we stay again, YES,
30 March 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gwelsh Great location for travel by rail
Literally opposite Temple Meads railway station. Clean, friendly and comfortable. Ideal for a weekend away, walking distance to shops and amenities. Taxi on average £5 to city centre if your legs are tired or have heels on. Would highly recommend for a visit to Bristol.
27 March 2015