Your booking experience in Bristol
If you are looking for a high-end accommodation for your next journey in Bristol, we are happy to provide you with the best England hotel deals. Booked.net enables you to narrow your search in England by proximity to public transport and tourist attractions. We’ve got modern and historical hotels with a large list of facilities and services as well as other attractive accommodation options that give you a perfect base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Bristol
Budget hotels like Premier Inn Bristol City Centre and 3-star Ibis Bristol Temple Meads Quay offer accommodation under 129US$ and 84US$ per night. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at The Malago Bed & Breakfast, which is a 10-minute walk from Car boot sale. Situated in Clifton district, Homestay Bristol - Hostel offers simple accomodations about a 15-minute walk from Bristol City Docks.
Proximity to public transport
Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre is a 3-star hotel about 950 meters from the city center and 300 meters from Bristol Temple Meads train station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you are a foodie, consider booking Premier Suites Bristol Redcliffe near Byzantium, located in the city center. Cleyro Serviced Apartments - City Centre and Alderman Apartments Cabot Mews are good apartments that will place you within a 5-minute walk of the city center. Henbury district contains a high concentration of landmarks, such as Wot pots, so you can book a room at Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel to explore the area.
Select a hotel next to Bristol Aquarium, such as The Bristol Hotel, located just a 5-minute walk away. If you're looking for accommodations near Bristol Cider Shop, try Doubletree By Hilton Bristol City Centre, located in Clifton East district, which offers a sauna and a golf course.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
The top-rated 4-star Doubletree By Hilton Bristol South - Cadbury House offers excellent luxury accommodations along with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a solarium. Mercure Bristol Brigstow Hotel is within walking distance of Brunel's SS Great Britain and boasts the romantic atmosphere of a boutique hotel. The 3-star Holiday Inn Express Bristol Filton is an excellent chain hotel featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Your Stay Bristol Orchard Gate is an affordable apartment for families located next to Little Stoke Park, with room rates from 145US$. Alderman Apartments Cotham Lawn is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 15-minute walk from The New Room. To add an element of fun for children to your stay, think about booking a room at the family-friendly Redwood Hotel And Country Club with a tennis court, a sauna and a swimming pool. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Second Severn Crossing, such as Mercure Holland House or Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol.
Bristol oversteps its former glory.
The main medieval crossing in south-west England, Bristol long survived on the fortunes of its place as an industrial hub. Now, it has polished the city walls and cleaned the streets to prettify itself. Even though its edges are still rough, its heart is packed with world-class restaurants, night clubs and waterfront cafes.
If you are tired of glossy destinations, you should experience a piece of real Great Britain in Bristol. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Bristol to luxury, we have them all at Booked.net. Check out all hotel offers with maps, photos and secure at our website.
Originally, Bristol served as a small settlement until foreign attacks made locals fortify the city. Since then it has become the last home to numerous prisoners held captive in the local castles. The first money the city earned on trade was with shipbuilding, manufacturing and the railways operating in the area. The Civil War converted it into a seat for government.
For a long time Bristol was a powerhouse of heavy business in Britain until London and Manchester became examples of offering a better life. They soon outclassed industrial Bristol, which was bypassed by travelers for more culturally diverse destinations. Bristol fought back, taking efforts to promote its image of cultural hub with music, media and pulsating nightlife on the local scene.
Today Londoners will eat their words if they pay a visit to modern Bristol. Its waterway is lined with restaurants, art galleries that share the space with he finest Victorian architecture. In addition, its Harbourside Festival held at the end of July is one the world's grandest events.
Other attractions include;
- Bristol Zoo Gardens, the fifth oldest zoo in the world
- Bristol's SS Great Britain, a liner built in the city in 1843
Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol's 19th century bridge and one of the best examples of Victorian architecture within the city
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, a major museum and art gallery with a full range of magnificent art
Clifton Downs and Observatory with great views over the Avon Gorge
Even though its architecture reflects 400 years of history, Bristol always modernizes its cityscape. You are hardly going to find there a landmark without modern influences, while the 11th century remnants of Bristol didn't manage to recover after wartime attacks. The Georgian and Victorian buildings and strong maritime history lifted Bristol to the prominence of one of the top ten UK destinations.
Tourism in the city continues to expand with millions visitors allured to Bristol with its famous trip-hop music scene better known as the Bristol Sound. Like the singing of Homer’s sirens, Bristol offers an experience impossible to refuse with Booked.net.