Hotels in Bristol

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Welcome to Bristol

There must be something in the water - how else could one city produce a constant stream of alternative and underground musical and artistic talent? Then there’s Bristol’s illustrious maritime, engineering and ecological legacy. This city even dabbles in its own currency. If that isn’t enough to entice you to stay at one of our Bristol hotels, maybe the prospect of craft ale, cider and Bristol Cream will do it. We have a range of budget hotels in Bristol, including hotels near the University of the West of England and Bristol University.

Bristol hotels
  • Bristol City Centre (Haymarket)

    The Haymarket Bristol Avon BS1 3LR
    (0.7 miles) Based on 1175 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol City Centre (King Street)

    Llandoger Trow King Street Bristol BS1 4ER
    (1.2 miles) Based on 540 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol Filton

    Shield Retail Park Gloucester Road North Filton BS34 7BR
    (2.9 miles) Based on 315 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol South

    Hengrove Leisure Park Hengrove Way Bristol BS14 0HR
    (3.6 miles) Based on 359 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol Cribbs Causeway (M5, J17)

    Cribbs Causeway Catbrain Lane Bristol BS10 7TQ
    (3.9 miles) Based on 1054 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol East (Emersons Green)

    Emersons Green 200/202 Westerleigh Rd Bristol BS16 7AN
    (5 miles) Based on 364 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol (Alveston)

    Thornbury Road Alveston Nr. Bristol BS35 3LL
    (9 miles) Based on 437 traveller reviews
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  • Bristol Sidcot (A38)

    Bridgewater Road Winscombe Nr. Bristol BS25 1NN
    (15.1 miles) Based on 346 traveller reviews
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Things to do in Bristol

Nelson Street

Once a nondescript road, Nelson Street is now lined with graffiti-daubed walls courtesy of some of the world’s best-known street artists. This outdoor exhibition is one heck of a way to shout about Bristol’s contribution to guerrilla art. 

SS Great Britain

The world’s first ocean liner, SS Great Britain, has been restored to its former glory. Designed by Bristol’s own Brunel, it’s complete with authentic sounds, smells and interactive stories. There’s even a 30m rigging waiting to be climbed. Ahoy!

At-Bristol Science Centre

Anywhere that’s broken the world record for stringing the longest string of popcorn is obviously worth a visit, so make sure you go to At-Bristol Science Centre. There's a planetarium and loads of other sci-tastic stuff.

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Think of Bristol and you probably think of the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Walk across Brunel’s  iconic construction at your own pace, pop into the visitor centre or go on a guided tour of this incredible feat of engineering. 


In days gone by, many a voyage of discovery bound for the New World set sail from Bristol’s floating harbour. Today, people come here to discover the modern world of eating, drinking, shopping and culture. For anyone staying at our Bristol business hotels, Harbourside is the ideal place to entertain, or enjoy a spot of time-out from a hectic schedule. 

Discover Bristol

On two feet

Bristol Street Art Tours give the inside line on the history of Bristol’s furtive community. Expect to see originals by Banksy, Inkie and 3D. You could also visit Bristol Zoo, with many Premier Inn's nearby.

On two wheels

Cycle the City hire out vintage bikes, and organise tours such as the Lost Bristol Harbour Tour and Bristol’s Ale Trail. 

On water

For a leisurely way to see the sights, head for the river and jump aboard one of the Bristol Ferry Boats or a Number Seven Boat Trip.