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SACO Apartment West India Bristol Star Rating 4        
3-4 Welsh Back

Located under a 20-minute walk from Bristol Bus Station, the property provides guests with a convenient base while in Bristol. It is close to the Bristol Old Vic, shops and nightlife options.SACO Apartment West India Bristol has 14 apartments, all of which are filled with a range of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Beaufort House Bristol        
Beaufourt House 2 Beaufort Road

Situated in Bristol, the property is within a 10-minute drive of Bristol Cathedral and provides private parking on site. It offers an express check-in and check-out feature and free Wi-Fi, and is a brief walk from Bristol Zoo, Clifton Cathedral and Clifton Down.Apartments at Alderman Apartments Beaufort House Bristol are well-appointed and provide a refrigerator, a kitchen and an iPod docking station.
Arnos Manor Hotel Bristol Star Rating 3        
470 Bath Road Arnos Vale

Housed in an 18th-century gothic mansion, this traditional hotel is next to a hillside park and TV studios. It's a 7-minute walk from Paintworks, 1.3 miles from Bristol Temple Meads train station and 1.
Berkeley Square Hotel Star Rating 4        
15 Berkeley Square

Set in an elegant Georgian townhouse overlooking a tree-lined garden square, this boutique hotel is a 2-minute walk from Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, and a 4-minute walk from Cabot Tower viewing point on Brandon Hill.The unassuming modern rooms offer free WiFi and TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities, a decanter of sherry, fruit and homemade biscuits.Amenities include a chic private members club (with complimentary membership for guests) featuring a cocktail bar and a renowned restaurant serving locally sourced, seasonal British dishes.
Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre Star Rating 4        
Temple Way

With views over the historic Temple Church and gardens, this contemporary hotel is an 8-minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station, and 1.6 miles from Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery.All upscale rooms offer custom-designed beds, smart TVs and free WiFi, plus coffeemaking facilities and minifridges.
Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel Bristol Star Rating 3        
Station Road

Overlooking Blaise Castle House Museum and 1 miles from the M5, this Georgian country house hotel is 0.9 miles from Henbury Golf Club and 4.1 miles from the Bristol Zoo.
Novotel Bristol Centre Star Rating 4        
Victoria Street

Set a 7-minute walk from Temple Meads train station, this contemporary hotel in a redbrick building is also 1.4 km from Bristol Hippodrome, a late-Victorian theatre, and 5 km from Bristol Zoo.The relaxed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks.
Premier Apartments Bristol Star Rating 4        
30-38 St Thomas Street

This modern apartment hotel is within a 9-minute walk from Welsh Back Ferry Terminal, Bristol Temple Meads train station and the Arnolfini art gallery.The laid-back apartments have 1 or 2 bedrooms with laptop safes, open-plan kitchen/living areas, plus flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee). Complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits are provided.
Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre Star Rating 3        
South End, Temple Gate House

Set 0.1 miles from Bristol Temple Meads railway station, this modern, 7-story hotel is also 1.2 miles from Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, and 2.
Mercure Brigstow Bristol Hotel Star Rating 4        
Welsh Back 5-7

Set on the banks of the River Avon, this modern hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Victorian theatre the Bristol Hippodrome and 3.2 km from Bristol Zoo.The contemporary rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and tea and coffeemaking facilities, plus bathrooms with TVs and heated mirrors.
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Located in the south of England on the banks of the River Avon, is one of the United Kingdom's most picturesque cities. As such, it's also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. For motorists, the city is accessible via the M4 (east/west) and M5 (north/south). Two railway stations serve the city, with high-speed connections to London and regular services to other destinations across the country.

Meanwhile, Bristol Airport - located seven miles outside the city center - welcomes domestic and European flights. Bristol is home to a variety of accommodation options, including brand name hotels, bed and breakfast establishments, vacation apartments, guesthouses, and even campsites, with any budget catered for. Undeniably the most eye-catching of landmarks in the city has to be the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Designed by the renowned Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the impressive structure spans the River Avon. Take a stroll across the bridge and enjoy some truly magnificent views. Brunel was also responsible for designing the SS Great Britain, once the longest steam ship in the world. Today the ship serves as a maritime museum, housing a treasure trove of gems.

The Great Britain isn't the only ship you'll find in these parts. A replica of The Matthew - the ship used in the discovery of Newfoundland - can be found in Bristol's floating dock. What's more, the ship regularly sets sail offering visitors a chance for a nautical adventure. A stroll through Bristol's streets will offer up the opportunity to witness some fine architecture and historic buildings. Be sure to check out the Georgian House, St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, and the Victoria Rooms. Not had enough history? Try out of town visits to Blaise Castle, Tyntesfield, and the Avon Valley Railway. One of the best ways to see the city is to take a tour, a number of which are available. For something a little special, take a boat tour along the River Avon or climb aboard a hot air balloon and take a bird's-eye view of the region.

Families visiting Bristol will find a number of suitable attractions to enjoy. Bristol Zoo Gardens and its extensive collection of exhibits are particularly popular, as is the Wild Place Project and Bristol Aquarium. The At-Bristol Science Center offers a great place for children to learn while having fun. Visitors will find Bristol's streets to be home to an array of restaurants and eateries, bars and pubs. For an enjoyable night out, take in a show at two of the country's best theatres, the Bristol Hippodrome and the Old Vic. Alternatively, the city is home to a thriving live music scene, making it possible to see any number of great acts. Other popular attractions in and around the city include the M Shed museum, Wookey Hole Caves, and Berkeley Castle. Looking to enjoy a day out? Weston-super-Mare offers a traditional seaside destination while the Welsh capital of Cardiff can be found just across the Avon. Bristol proves to be a popular summertime destination, particular with families. That being said, the city offers suitable accommodation all year round.