Rather like staying in a hotel version of a static caravan, right down to the bathroom pod! A bizarre concept but everything worked and was clean. You would not want to spend more than a night or two in such a basic room, but the best thing about the place is the brilliantly central location. Loads of nice bars and restaurants nearby, and an easy walk to Colston Hall , the Hippodrome, art gallery, etc. best restaurant we ate in was Bordeaux Quay, on the harbour side.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ibis Bristol Centre is ideally situated within the bustling Harbourside district of the city of Bristol, and a short stroll away from the city centre and shopping facilities. With easy access by road or public transport from Bristol Airport and full access to the M5 and the M4 corridor via the M32, reaching the hotel is simple. Boasting a capacity of 182 rooms of twin and doubles beds for two adult occupancy, and with disabled access for both room types. A newly refurbished restaurant serving until 22:00 and bar serving until midnight along with a newly developed public area. Services include free Wifi and a discounted stay rate for overnight and long stays at the nearby Millennium square (underground) car park. Always service with a smile. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ibis Bristol Centre Hotel Bristol
- Accor Bristol Centre
- Bristol Hotel Ibis