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Bristol Hotels and Apartments
Accommodation in Bristol
In the mega city of Bristol, you can find plenty of places to stay. Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, there are plenty of apartments and hotels in Bristol for all budgets and tastes. If you are looking for a luxurious stay in the heart of the city, you can book one of the 4-star Bristol hotels. Hilton Garden, DoubleTree, Mercure, Marriott, the Bristol Hotel, Aztec hotel and spa, West India House, etc. are some of the top luxury hotels in Bristol. These upscale Bristol hotels offer not just a stay but also take care of your lifestyle needs with a wide range of facilities and services.
Located in southwest England, is the county and metropolitan city of Bristol. River Avon flows across the city and there is a majestic port in the city centre. The Mendip hills area of outstanding beauty lies on its south and on the east lies the town of Bath and Westonbirt Arboretum nature park. Thanks to a large number of accommodations in Bristol for all budgets, the city attracts tourists and students from world over for studies, business as well as holidays.
Where to Stay in Bristol
Bristol has plenty of accommodation choices for everyone. You can find self catering apartments in Bristol located all around the town. Geometric Luxury Serviced Apartments in Braggs Lane Old Market and Alderan Apartments in Marsh street and Clifton, are best choices for apartments in Bristol. These apartments in Bristol are ideal if you wish to cook your own meals. If you are looking for cheap Bristol hotels, you can find plenty on Filton Road, Bond St, Saint Paul’s road, Thornbury road, Bath Road and North Side road. These streets have many cheap accommodations in Bristol. Ibis Bristol Centre, the Bridge Inn, Holiday Inn, Hampton by Hilton, Future Inn, Premier Inn, Arnos Manor, Washington hotel are some of the famous cheap hotels in Bristol. You can choose among views of the street, river or the gardens.
Things to See and Do in Bristol
The city of Bristol is blessed with quite a lot of greenery and there are various parks, gardens and golf courses where you can start your tour. Wild Place Conservation park with African fauna, Leigh Woods National Nature Reserve, The Ashton Court Mansion with stadium, Bristol zoo gardens, Bristol Aquarium, are some of the must visit attractions here. Near the city centre itself, you’ll find a number of varied attractions like gardens, theatres, church and museums like SS Great Britain museum on Brunel’s restored passenger liner, M Shed, Bristol Museum and art gallery, the red Lodge Museum, We the Curious, etc. You can also go to the 18th century windmill and observatory Clifton and Windmill Hill City Farm, The Mathew of Bristol replica of 15th century ship or enjoy city views atop Cabot Tower. The Queen Square in the heart of the city is a famous spot and bustling with people all the time.
Nightlife in Bristol
Bristol has a lively nightlife and a large number of pubs and bars. Motion is the largest nightclub here that hosts famed DJs. You can find many more nightclubs in Welshback, Corn St, Denmark St, Canon’s road, Colston Ave, King St., Avon, etc. These streets have some of the best bars and pubs although you can find some in other parts of the city as well. Illusions Magic, Be At one, Hyde and Co, Pryzm, the Bootlegger, Cosies, Walkabout Bristol, the Milk Thistle, etc. are some of the famous bars here. If you are looking for nightclubs with dance floors then you can go to Basement 45, Thekla, Blue Mountain Club or Popworld. The BBB Gay bar is also a famous place. You can also enjoy the nightlife at the bars in the hotels in Bristol.
Food options in Bristol
As a historic port city, Liverpool is a lot influenced by various international cuisines. However, the primary cuisine is British which you can find in most of the restaurants here. Scouse, Wet Nelly, Bubble and Squeak, Potted Shrimp, Toad in the hole, Gin are some of the worth trying traditional dishes. You can choose from among fine dining, casual bistros or polished gastropubs and family owned joints and cafes or chain restaurants which offer a lot of options for vegans and vegetarians too. There are various international cuisines also available here. Wilks, Casamia, San Carlo, Greens, Cath 22, Everyday Thai, are some of the popular choices. The hotels in Bristol also offer one or more restaurants onsite where you can dine.
Shopping in Bristol
Bristol will leave you spoilt for shopping choices as the options are endless here. From cheap farmer’s markets to shops to large malls, you can find everything. Cabot Circus is the largest mall with high end shops, restaurants and cinemas. Bristol Shopping Quarter, Clifton Down Shopping centre, King’s Chase shopping centre, are other magnificent malls here. If you go a little bit towards the outskirts, you will find more options like Imperial Retail Park, Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Kings Chase Shopping Centre, Broadwalk Shopping centre, are shopping centres located a little away from the city centre. The St. Nicholas market is a famous and vibrant market in a Georgian arcade offering a mix of independent stalls, tiny shops and food. Then there’s the Harbourside market on canon’s road is also a famous market for cheap stuff and Tobacco Factory Market, and many other food and farmer’s markets in Bristol.
24 March 2012
Smart, lively city
John Mcging, Ballycullen
This is a smart, lively city with plenty going on to keep you amused for two or three days.
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09 April 2012
JOHN SCOTT, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Enjoyed Bristol. It has all you need. Plenty of pubs, restaurants and shops Harbourside area is really nice.
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