Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre
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- Situated in central Bristol
- On-site leisure club
- Close to Bristol's sights and attractions
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Modern, stylish and superbly designed, the Bristol Marriott City Centre hotel is a haven of luxury amidst the bustle of vibrant Bristol. The classically styled hotel lobby radiates elegance, from the light and spacious decor to the pronounced double stair case. Let the grace of this magnificent hotel wash over you as you enjoy the luxuries adorned within.
Staying at the Bristol Marriott City Centre hotel you can relax in the comforts of your exquisitely designed room. Each is lavished with deluxe bedding, designer duvets, cooling air conditioning, high-speed Internet access and 24 hour room service.
Commanding a prime position the Bristol Marriott City Centre hotel is just a short walk from the many shops and attractions of Bristol. Enjoy a day in the renowned Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, home to Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser, just 200m from the hotel. Back in the tranquil surroundings of the hotel you can relax with an aromatic coffee in the hotel’s Strabucks coffee shop, enjoy fine food in the atmospheric Terrace Grill, or unwind in the fabulous leisure club.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 10
- Total Rooms Number: 300
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Offsite Parking Distance: Adjacent
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: No
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: BRISTOL TEMPLE MEADS
- Distance: 1 mile
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 11:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Bristol Temple Meads Distance: 1 mile
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1728 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Comfy hotel, pleasant service, good location…
Stay Date: 11/2017, Henry T wrote this review.
We stayed here 2 nights on a trip to take a look around Bristol. Good location, 20 mins walk from Temple Meads station and only 5min through local park to riverside and then onto or similar time to shopping areas and local bars and eateries. Our room… See more
We stayed here 2 nights on a trip to take a look around Bristol. Good location, 20 mins walk from Temple Meads station and only 5min through local park to riverside and then onto or similar time to shopping areas and local bars and eateries. Our room on 10th floor was clean enough and bed comfy, tea and coffee makings provided with some small nibbles, biscuits would have been nice. Breakfast was extra on top of our room deal, at £12 each per day seemed a rsonablbe, price, served in main eatery buffet style, I found the coffee a bit bitter but all the food was fine, omelettes are available if preferred, plenty of range from either cold or hot selections. The pool on first floor was pleasant and big enough for un-regular swimmers like us to do a few lengths to relax after a day of walking around, sauna and steam rooms too were good to relax in for a few minutes. Hotel Bar on same floor as eatery has a reasonable selection of draught beers, but disappointed to find the advertised guest beer was only bottled, I see no point in that. Service at reception, in the bar and in the eatery for breakfasts was all efficient nad pleasant. Wasn't sure if rooms had free WiFi when we booked, turns out with our package we signed up to the £9 approx fee per night but that's refunded against the room charge, seems a bit weird considering some kind of free connection is almost a given for any room these days. Overall a comfortable and pleasant place to stay if you’re in the city for any event or even just a shopping trip. Would stay here again without hesitation. Collapse
good hotel in right place
Stay Date: 11/2017, mamalo66 wrote this review.
I have been there couple days ago. Location is good, just around 100 meters from Cabot Arcade - large shopping mall, bus from London (megabus to be precise) stops around 400 meters from hotel, so you can walk easily. Rooms : i'v stayed in superior ro… See more
I have been there couple days ago. Location is good, just around 100 meters from Cabot Arcade - large shopping mall, bus from London (megabus to be precise) stops around 400 meters from hotel, so you can walk easily. Rooms : i'v stayed in superior room and haven't seen standards, but i guess all amenities would be the same (tea kettle, coffee machine, toiletries, iron, hairdryer etc). bed was normal. breakfast: it's buffet style but containing everything from traditional English breakfast and much more, taste food. the only major upset was wi-fi, it was chargeable and quite expensive. Hey guys, wake up, it's 21st century, who is charging so hardly on wi-fi, shame on you. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, SiBass wrote this review.
The hotel is conveniently located in centre of Bristol with a NCP car park next door and if you pay for parking at the hotel reception you get a preferential rate. Checked in via Marriott App and key card was immediately available when arriving at h… See more
The hotel is conveniently located in centre of Bristol with a NCP car park next door and if you pay for parking at the hotel reception you get a preferential rate. Checked in via Marriott App and key card was immediately available when arriving at hotel which saved time. The hotel looks and feels tired though and the hotel is in need of a refurbishment. Very comfortable bed and curtains were dark which meant that good nights sleep was enjoyed. There was a safe in the room but it was locked and couldn't be used. Immediately reported the locked safe to reception and was told that an engineer would fix but the safe wasn't fixed and no apology was given. I don't know whether the engineer wasn't able to fix the problem or the gentleman on reception didn't pass on details to the maintenance engineer. Check out was quick and smooth but disappointingly weren't asked if we had enjoyed our stay. Collapse
Ideal Central Location
Stay Date: 10/2017, stevemcl10 wrote this review.
Very centrally located hotel, clean and tidy with very helpful staff. The hotel is adjacent to a shopping centre and has many different restaurants around it, Would recommend an Italian called L’Osteria nearby.
Very centrally located hotel, clean and tidy with very helpful staff. The hotel is adjacent to a shopping centre and has many different restaurants around it, Would recommend an Italian called L’Osteria nearby. Collapse
What a disappointment
Stay Date: 10/2017, thumper02 wrote this review.
This weekend was to meet up with friends we had not seen for years and to celebrate, quietly, our birthdays (78 and 75) and also our Silver Wedding Anniversary, we were having a party with friends and family on a weekend in November, just wanted an e… See more
This weekend was to meet up with friends we had not seen for years and to celebrate, quietly, our birthdays (78 and 75) and also our Silver Wedding Anniversary, we were having a party with friends and family on a weekend in November, just wanted an escape. We have stayed at several Marriott hotels in the past the others were great, this left a lot to be desired.. My husband booked direct and explained that I just do not go in lifts (stuck once - horrible experience) so he asked for a room on a low floor. When we arrived, we were told our room was on the fifth floor because the lower floors, ie., one to four, were allocated to a large number of stag and hen parties staying overnight and it would be quieter for us on the fifth floor. We were tired after our journey and did not want to go round looking for another hotel. BUT it would have been really nice if someone had contacted us, explained the situation so we would have had time to make alternative arrangements. I would not be writing this review if Marriot Bristol had done that. So I had to walk up and down approximately 14 flights of stairs to get to our room which, after our two day break left me worn out. Our room was a good size but, apart from the bed and tv, needing updating, especially the bathroom. Worst of all, there were some hen parties staying on our floor and from midnight until about 2am the noise and language was awful. So much for a quiet floor. Because of being inconvenienced we were given complimentary access to the Executive Lounge, we went for drink the first evening, the waitress was lovely, the second evening a family arrived with noisy child and pushchair, a young man walked in with large backpack and holdall, he turned, whacked me on the shoulder, I managed to grab the table so I did not fall onto the floor. Not what I expected from an Executive Lounge. The lifts had a mind of their own, my husband and two other gentlemen having to walk down because the lift could not decide which floor to go to. And finally, on the last morning, there was no water throughout the hotel, maintenance was being done - on a very busy weekend !!! We decided to check out a bit early, just as well, only two people in front of us, when we left the queues were to the door and everyone was very cross. Yes I understand this was an accident BUT there was no Supervisor nor Senior Manager in Reception explaining what had happened the poor Reception Staff had to cope on their own without any support. Not what I expected from a four star hotel, I wrote to Marriott direct (same as above) they did sent a partial refund for our inconvenience. Collapse
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