Best Stag Do Hotels in Bristol

Best Hotels in Bristol

Trying to narrow down hotels in Bristol can be difficult. To help you out, we have compiled together a list of the best hotels in Bristol!

You certainly wont fall short of places to stay in Bristol, but we want to make sure you make the most of your stay by bagging yourself a room at one of the best Bristol accommodations. The list includes a range of hotels covering everything from cheap hotels in Bristol to more costly options.

Best Hotels in Bristol - Bristol Harbour Hotel

1. Bristol Harbour Hotel

Being one of the best hotels in Bristol city centre, Bristol Harbour Hotel is definitely one to visit. This 42 room boutique hotel & luxury spa is set in two former banks – so you can already imagine just how grand the building is… The rooms themselves are decorated with neutrals colours and the occasion pop of colourful furniture, have large windows that let in heaps of natural light and of course, comfortable beds dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets. Take a step into your marbled bathroom which is home to a rainfall shower, a tub and White Company products.


📌 53-55 Corn St » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Hotel du Vin

2. Hotel du Vin City Centre

Conveniently located close by to Bristol’s main attractions, Hotel Du Vin & Bistro City Centre is a top choice for those who want to make the most out of their day. The transport links near to this hotel are amazing – you could go anywhere in Bristol! With preserved industrial features throughout the building such as iron pillars and exposed brick and rich dark colours such as leather seats and wooden floors, you’ll immediately feel a warm atmosphere. There’s 40 luxury rooms to choose at Hotel Du Vin Bristol, all names after various drinks, expect king sized beds, roll-top tubs, robes, luxury toiletries and more!


📌 The Sugar House » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Village Hotel Bristol

3. Village Hotel Bristol

You will have everything you need in one location if you opt to stay at the Village Hotel Bristol – we’re talking a Starbucks, Pub & Grill, swimming pool, modern gym, workspace and super comfortable rooms. Each room comes with an Amazon echo, Wi-Fi, a Dyson hairdryer, a flat screen TV and premium bedding. The décor at Village Hotel Bristol is definitely not for the light-hearted, with bright bold colours and patterns featured all throughout. If you do fancy venturing out into the city, you will only be a short drive from the city centre, or you could catch the bus from right outside the hotel! It’s no wonder why this place is one of the best hotels in Bristol!


📌 Bullfinch Cl » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Radisson Blu Hotel

4. Radisson Blu Hotel Bristol

With pretty much all 176 rooms offering great views over the city, the Radisson Blu Hotel is an 18 story hotel ready and waiting to spoil you to a sleek overnight stay. It’s location is fantastic, with the harbour on the doorstep, shopping centres within walking distance – making it an ideal hotel for those who want to explore Bristol. You won’t find unique décor here; the rooms are quite generic and have standard bathrooms, but they do it very well. Everything is clean and tidy at Radisson Blue Bristol, with huge windows providing you with that amazing city view.


📌 Broad Quay » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre

5. DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre

Only a five minute walk from Temple Meads rail station, DoubleTree by Hilton has heaps of handy amenities and services on offer for those who stay. We’re talking free Wi-Fi, fitness centre, pet friendly rooms, room service and digital keys. The rooms themselves are budget friendly, clean, sleek and mainly decorated in grey tonal colours. Once a 17th century class kiln, the onsite restaurant serves up modern British dishes and pub favourites, but if you fancy dining out you have plenty of options only a stone’s throw away.


📌 Redcliffe Way » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel

6. Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel

Follow in the footsteps of famous faces such as Churchill and the Rolling Stones by visiting the Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel. After an entire hotel refurbishment, this four star hotel is now filled with amazing street art, bold colours and patterns, providing some Instagrammable backdrops for some cheeky pics! There are 186 rooms including 48 larger rooms and four suites – all come with rustic coloured walls, bold chairs and local artwork. The onsite Keepers Kitchen & Bar will spoil you to British continental food with a DJ playing tunes on Saturday nights if you fancy a boogie whilst downing your cocktails!


📌 Broad St » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel

7. Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel

Dating all the way back to the 1860’s, the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel has been housing and pleasing guests for over 150 years (we’re talking Churchill and Cary Grant)! If that’s not enough to convince you to go then listen to this – this hotel is located right in the city centre and has awesome transport links nearby, meaning you can easily make the most out of your stay. The 266 rooms are split into 12 different types, covering a variety of budgets, sizes, styles and views, ensuring that you find the one perfect for you.


📌 College Green » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Berwick Lodge

8. Berwick Lodge

Berwick Lodge is the perfect rural escape for those who don’t want to stay too close to the bustling atmosphere of this busy city. Based on the edge of Bristol, this Edwardian mansion will definitely make you feel like royalty during your stay. There’s only 14 rooms in total, but each one is generously packed with grand furniture, ornate beds and handy amenities including glamorous bathrooms, radios, tea and coffee trays. The onsite restaurant has earned two AA rosettes, so if that’s not enough reason to go visit we don’t know what is!


📌 Berwick Dr » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - The Bristol

9. The Bristol

Based at the harbourside with an unforgettable waterfront view, The Bristol is a smart, elegant and stylish hotel in the heart of the city. It’s perfectly placed amongst heaps of well-loved restaurants, bars, theatres, galleries, shops and nightlife spots, making it an idea place to stay for those who fancy getting out and about. The rooms are easy on the eye, decorated with neutral colours, wooden furniture and give off a subtle luxurious vibe. To ensure everyone’s budgets are covered, there’s three different room types to choose from – the bigger rooms of course being more expensive.


📌 Prince St » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin

10. Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin

Proud to have panoramic views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the Avon Gorge, this hotel will definitely get you feeling like royalty. Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin has 78 amazing rooms – including five garden rooms and three suites! Each room has been decorated with dark blue or green walls with classical looking paintings dotted around the walls (make sure you take a closer look at them to find a funny twist!). The white bathrooms come with aromatherapy products making it super easy for you to relax as you tuck into the treat basket and lay back in your comfy bed.


📌 Sion Hill » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Hilton Garden Inn

11. Hilton Garden Inn

Overlooking Temple Gardens you’ll find the Hilton Garden Inn Bristol, a fantastic place to stay in the city if you’re looking for quality and comfort on a budget. With all the services and amenities you would normally expect from a Hilton brand hotel, this Bristol hotel offers free WiFi for guests throughout the building as well as room service, a morning breakfast service and an on-site bar. For staying in Bristol city centre on a budget, you simply can’t go wrong with this hotel.


📌 Temple Way » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Leonardo Hotel

12. Leonardo Hotel Bristol City

A popular hotel chain from the Jurys Inn collection, the Leonardo Hotel Bristol City is another exceptional place to stay if you’re looking for a great experience without breaking the bank. With a great location just a short walk away from the city centre, this Bristol hotel offers an on-site bar as well as leisure facilities and free WiFi throughout its nearly 200 rooms.


📌 3 Temple Way » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Moxy Bristol

13. Moxy Bristol

A popular modern hotel from the Marriott hotel brand, the Moxy Bristol is an awesome place to stay on a budget. Featuring large and stunningly designed rooms throughout, this Bristol hotel offers three different tiers of rooms from single sleepers to family rooms. With a hotel bar on-site, you’ll also find a 24-hour food & drink shop as well as free WiFi throughout and lounge space in the lobby.


📌 55 Newfoundland St » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Novotel Bristol Centre

14. Novotel Bristol Centre

Right in the heart of the city centre you’ll find Novotel Bristol, another brilliant place to stay if you’re on a budget. A well-renowned global hotel brand, this place is known for its great service and attention to detail when it comes to providing amenities for guests. With free WiFi as standard throughout the building, this Bristol hotel also offers a great location, being only a short walk away from the popular Cabot Circus Shopping Centre.


📌 Victoria St » | Website »

Best Hotels in Bristol - Clayton Hotel

15. Clayton Hotel Bristol City

Another brilliant 4-star Bristol hotel that’s well worth considering for your next stay, the Clayton Hotel Bristol City offers a range of fantastic rooms as well as a large and spacious lobby & lounge area. With a large bar on-site too, it makes for a great place to grab a few drinks before heading out into the city for a night out. Situated just a short walk away from Castle Park, it makes for a great base to explore the city from.


📌 35-37 Broad St » | Website »

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