Bristol Luxury hotels, United Kingdom
Spoil yourself on your next holiday and stay in a Luxury hotel in Bristol, thanks to Hotels.com. With thousands of fantastic hotel deals in some of our favourite destinations, you really will be spoilt for choice. But be quick – all sale deals are subject to availability and are selling fast!
"Close to the Bristol Airport"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 22, 2013
The Plush Hotel was a lovely place to stay. The staff was friendly and helpful. The food was decent. The room was spacious and comfortable. I would have appreciated better pillows. The grounds were gorgeous. It was close to the airport which was convenient for our early flight out the next morning and the staff were willing to set breakfast out early for us so long as we told them what time we needed to leave. I would stay there again.
"Not close to airport"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 8, 2013
We stayed here one night because we were led to believe the hotel is close to the Bristol airport. It's not. So if you want a hotel close to the airport, this is not it. On the flip side its a very nice hotel. Great pub area & pub food. Nice staff - very helpful. I'd stay here if you plan to be in the area for a while.
Visted my granddaughter in Graduate School. Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. My every request was promply granted. The resturant food was delicious. The breakfast hostess not only remembered my room when iI arrived at 8:30 each am but remembered I took cream with my coffee! I have only happy memories of my stay there. By the way, my travelling companion veered off to Oxford with her grandson and stayed in the Mercure hotel there. She too had nothing but compliments for her hotel.
"Ramada Bristol City"
Reviewed by Carol B of "St. Louis, MO" on
Jul 4, 2011
The hotel was not quite as easy to find from the train station as advertized, but it was within reasonable walking distance of numerous restaurants and attractions.
I had assumed wifi would be available free in rooms, but that was a separate fee. Free wifi was only available in the lobby.
Reviewed by Gary W of "Leeds" on
Oct 7, 2010
I stay in this hotel regularly through work commitments and have never been disappointed. The leisure facilities are excellent, the restaurant is good and the rooms are spacious and clean although with the occasional ineffective shower.
My only slight gripe is the extremely bland lounge area, as a lone traveller it would be nice to have a distraction within the hotel lounge, Sky etc., rather than having to venture to the leisure club which doesn't take food orders after 8:45 and closes at 10 but all in all I'm rarely, if ever, disappointed when I stay at the Redwood.
Reviewed by E Fassett of "London" on
Sep 8, 2009
Excellent hotel, in a good location. Staff were fantastic and unbelievable helpful and friendly. Room large and clean, with all essentials. Nice bar and restaurant. Excellent food and huge breakfast. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend.