I stayed at the Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre during a recent business trip and - Holiday Inn being always a bit hit and miss - was pleasantly surprised. I stayed at the Bristol Marriott before but I have to say that the Holiday Inn is more reasonably priced, better located (at least for my business location) and a bit cleaner. The room are on the small side but functional. They have new flatscreen TVs but the mini bar is empty - apparently you can ask housekeeping to stock it up (or you take a walk to the off license around the corner). One thing I found annoying is that the cupboard has only hangers but not a single drawer, so you have to leave your socks etc. in your suitcase. Breakfast was so-so but the a la carte dinner menu was good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bristol's newest hotel located on Bond Street in the city centre. Opposite Cabot and Broadmead shopping centre, an ideal location for all of the city centre activities and attractions. This new hotel has been completed to a very high modern standard with Standard, Superior, Deluxe, Executive and Suite bedrooms. The Spot restaurant provides excellent food at value prices or try the 7evern bar for drinks or bar food. 1/2hr free internet for all hotel guests with reduced price parking in the NCP car park under the hotel. 7 flexible conference and banqueting rooms are also available. This hotel prides itself on ensuring that the guests are the main focus and the hotel team will go out of their way to ensure that a great experience is offered. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre Hotel Bristol