I used the auto check in machine so very fast staff member asked if everything was OK and gave me directions to local M&S food. Beefeater Restaurant next door but didn't sample the food there.
It is a very tall building (17 floors), there are 3 lifts and I was on the second floor however I have heard people say to ask for higher floor as the view is quite spectacular. Couldn't get the heating right and so was a bit cold. A good nights sleep and room quiet despite being in the centre of Bristol. I think it's time for free WiFi for guests now too although I have my own Mi Fi.
Close to Cabot Circus for Shopping, It took me 20 minutes to walk from Bristol Temple Meads railway station but I am a slow walker.
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- Put yourself at the heart of the action at Premier Inn Hotel Bristol City Centre (Haymarket). Slap bang in the middle of everything, you can walk to most of the major sights, shops and events, as well as the many business HQs. You could wander along the historic harbourside, stroll across the Clifton Suspension Bridge, or walk underwater at Bristol Zoo. And, in the evening, catch one of the big name acts at the Hippodrome, Colston Hall or O2 Academy. Then, when you're ready to drop, return and refuel in our tasty restaurant, spacious rooms and extra-comfy beds. ... more less
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