Fantastic offer in top hotel - 4 star – Bristol

Stylish and individual 4-star boutique hotel near Museum of Natural History

Stylish and individual 4-star boutique hotel near Museum of Natural History

Booking Agent Description: What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.This stylish 4-star Superior boutique hotel has it all. The décor is contemporary, the furnishings likewise, yet it’s clear there’s been a real effort to balance modern design with functionality, to great effect. Each room comes complete with a mini bar with free soft drinks, flatscreen smart TV and media hub, a luxury bathroom, bathrobe and slippers. Other amenities include a fully equipped gym, sauna and landscaped garden with fishpond and secluded spots to appreciate the tranquillity.

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Situated in an enviable location in Bristol, close to major attractions such as ss Great Britain and Cabot Circus Shopping Mall, this four star Secret Hotel welcomes families and couples on vacation as well as those travelling on business. Enjoy comfortable guest rooms equipped with cable television, free high speed internet access and coffee and tea making facilities. Relax in the hotel bar or sample some dishes on offer in the onsite restaurant. Business facilities include conference rooms as well as fax and photocopying services. Don’t miss this fantastic offer in a top hotel!

Bristol’s nautical heritage dates back to the 13th century, and today the harbour offers a range of exciting attractions and activities to do. Bristol Aquarium showcases both native and exotic water species, including sharks, stingrays and multicoloured coral. If your little ones are keen to learn more, then look into the Learning Lab, with sessions for all ages. Brunel’s ss Great Britain is also located nearby, giving you the chance to experience what life was like aboard this iconic ship in its Victorian contemporary. You’ll experience all the sights, smells and sounds as you walk up on deck, into the kitchens and first class cabins. Afterwards pop into the Dockyard Museum and learn more about the history of this incredible ship that began in 1843.

Bristol is a fantastic city to shop till you drop, with a wealth of both independent and chain shops. If you’re looking for a special souvenir, Guilbert’s Chocolates is over 100 years old and the last chocolate maker left in Bristol. Today it’s located in the former home of John Foster who was a merchant in the 15th century. You’ll be spoilt for choice which beautiful box of homemade chocolates to choose. For those wanting to take in some local culture, what better way than a Street Art walking tour. Bristol is known as the birthplace of the famous street artist Banksy, and some of his oldest works can still be spotted around the city. If you’d prefer to stay indoors, then Bristol Museum and Art Gallery has a variety of exhibitions to suit all tastes, including dinosaurs, maritime history and Oriental Art.

In the evenings, immerse yourself in the fantastic music scene. St Georges is one of the country’s most celebrated concert halls with over 200 events a year including jazz, folk and classical. Finish your night with al fresco drinks along the harbour and freshly caught seafood at one of the many quaint restaurants this historic city has to offer.