Hotels in Bristol can be found across this sprawling city...
There's a multitude of diverse and interesting neighbourhoods in which to make a base while on a city break in Bristol.
The most historic district is Old City, where plenty of bars, cafés and shops vie for the attentions of visitors. Georgian St Nicholas Market, in Corn Street, is a notable attraction. Many luxury hotels can be booked in this prime central location.
Old City is sandwiched between Broadmead and Harbourside. Broadmead is an area crammed with shopping centres, department stores and high street favourites, and you'll find a number of Bristol hotels here. Harbourside has enjoyed a face lift in recent years and many of Bristol's cultural attractions, such as art galleries and museums, are now surrounded by cool cafés and exclusive hotels.
The rising slope of Park Street is a shopping mecca, and many types of accommodation - from budget hotels and B&Bs, to four- and five-star hotels - are situated in the streets running off this popular thoroughfare.
As a busy regional city, you can expect to find well-known names from the budget chains of Travelodge, Days Inn and Premier Inn as well as Hilton, Holiday Inn, Mercure, Novotel, Doubletree, Marriott, Ramada, Thistle, Radisson Blu and Best Western. There are also many local B&Bs.
Just to the east of the city centre, Old Market is full of historic buildings; hotels here often feature charm and tradition, and it's a good location for access to Old City.
Clifton Village is a wonderful place to stay while in Bristol, and the beautiful Downs made up on Clifton Down and Durdham Down offer stunning views of the Severn Estuary, Avon Gorge, north Somerset and South Wales. Georgian style is on display on every street corner in this rather exclusive district, where boutiques ply fashionable threads and quirky gifts.