Enjoy a city centre hotel at affordable prices! Wind down in this contemporary four star Secret Hotel with state of the art facilities and first class service. Guests can enjoy luxuries such as a fitness center, massage and spa treatments and use of the swimming pool. This family friendly hotel benefits from connecting rooms and use of a cot so you can ensure your family are well looked after. Business travellers are also taken care of, with access to conference rooms and post and fax services.
The hotel is perfectly situated for guests to explore Bristol and surrounding areas such as Bath, Cheddar, Cardiff and Weston Super Mare, but with so much on offer in Bristol it might be hard for you to tear yourself away. Bristol is known as the shopping capital of the South West, with the city centre alone boasting over 500 stores. For independent boutiques, head to Clifton and St Nicholas Market in the Old City. You’ll find loads of gems here, including the Bristol Cider Shop selling over 80 different types of the West Country’s favourite drink.
If you’re feeling warmed up from sampling ciders, head to one of the many watering holes or jazz bars nearby. If the weather permits, wander down to the harbour and enjoy drinks and food al fresco. The Pump House is an old favourite, with views of the boathouse and an informal atmosphere; it’s a great option for meeting family or friends. For a traditional pub, try The Vittoria, known for it’s warm welcome, cask ales and traditional pub grub. To continue the nights entertainment, head to Jongleurs Comedy Club where you can watch some of the best acts in the business that will leave you in stitches. After the show, the Club throws an after party with DJ’s and a dance floor so you can carry on the fun until the early hours.
Those travelling with children should not miss the Bristol Pirate Walk, where families can learn about Bristol’s grizzly maritime history as you walk around the historic harbour. Discover Long John Silver’s treasure hidden in smuggler’s cave and Blackbeard’s hideout in the port. There are also more general tours of the city available, by foot or boat, where you can see highlights such as Bristol Cathedral, St Mary Redcliffe Church and Queen Square. Visitors will be captivated by the cobbled streets, picturesque waterways and the vast history that makes Bristol one of the most interesting and beautiful city destinations in the UK.