Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel

City Centre, Bristol


Privilege room


Standard room

A newly renovated Grade II-listed hotel in central Bristol, a city voted best place to live by The Sunday Times – includes breakfast and an optional dinner

Perched on the banks of the River Avon and surrounded by swathes of southwest England’s gorgeous countryside, Bristol is one of the country’s most exciting cultural hotspots. Once a busy industrial centre renowned for icons like Brunel’s pioneering SS Great Britain and the remarkable Clifton Suspension Bridge, this creative hub is known nowadays for its artistic, alternative character. You’ll find a wealth of galleries, live music venues and vibrant street art on its lively streets, including some left behind by Banksy, the city’s most famous son.

Set in a gorgeous Grade-II listed building, the recently refurbished Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel makes a stylish base for exploring the city, with a prime location just minutes from the shopping heaven that is Cabot Circus. Behind the grand Victorian exterior, you’ll find fresh and stylish interiors that draw on Bristol’s artistic wonders and creative vibe, boasting cool furniture, bold colour schemes and striking modern art adorning the walls.

After a day in the city, unwind with an indulgent Jacuzzi or sauna session, before choosing from an imaginative menu of British classics at the supremely stylish Keepers Kitchen & Bar. Guest rooms are well appointed too, complete with all the mod cons you’d expect of a four-star hotel, meaning that you’ll be sure to get a restful night’s sleep.

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  • Staying in a recently renovated hotel, which effortlessly fuses Victorian heritage with a contemporary vibe
  • The fantastic location, just a short stroll from the city’s major shopping area and within walking distance of all major sights
  • Opting for a relaxed dinner at laid-back Keepers Kitchen & Bar
  • Staying in a creative, green city voted the best place to live in 2017 by The Sunday Times

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