From The Bristol Hotel to the Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, these Hotels for Groups in Bristol are easy to get to from the train station.
These fabulous and charming Bristol hotels for groups, including the DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre, each boast over 180+ rooms.
The Bristol Hotel
First up, with 187 rooms and suites across six floors, it’s the succinctly named Bristol Hotel. This attractive four star hotel dates back to 1956 and offers a wide range of amenities including a fitness suite, nine meeting rooms, car parking and same day laundry and dry cleaning.
Drinking and dining options include the River Grille: a sophisticated take on a grill restaurant, plus the River Lounge for elegant and traditional afternoon teas and the Shore Cafe bar for delicious cocktails.
Bristol Airport can be reached in 25 minutes by car, and Bristol Temple Meads train station in just five minutes.
Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre
Second on our list of hotels for groups in the largest city in The West Country is the Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, which has 300 rooms and suites to its name.
Another four star, it has an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, free Wi-Fi and the Cast Iron Grille, serving hearty British cuisine as well as an array of international dishes.
The train station is an eight-minute drive away, while the airport is around 32 minutes.
DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre
Last up on our round up of hotels for groups in Bristol is the four star DoubleTree by Hilton Bristol City Centre, which has 206 rooms and suites on offer.
Selling points include free Wi-Fi, a health club, and the complimentary cookie guests receive on arrival! It’s on-site restaurant, meanwhile, has a very interesting history: it is housed within a 17th century glass-blowing kiln! It once again serves a mix of British and international dishes.
The airport is 24 minutes away by car, and the train station only five minutes.
While in Bristol, make time in your itinerary for a photo op at the stunning Clifton Suspension Bridge. An icon of the city crossing the Avon Gorge and the River Avon, it dates back to 1831!
Other top places to visit include Park Street for boutique stores and trendy coffee shops, and Bristol Zoo Gardens, home to wildlife including zebras, red pandas and gorillas.
Stay tuned! In our post due next week we will talk to you about hotels for groups that are great for trips to Recife, Brazil you might be planning! Are you planning a group trip sometime in the near future? Then let’s make the booking!