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5 Boutique Hotels in Bristol For The Perfect South West City Break

5 Boutique Hotels in Bristol For The Perfect South West City Break

Bristol is a vibrant and bustling city that has a lot to offer. If you are planning to visit and are looking for a boutique hotel then here are some of the best for you to choose from.

Brooks Guest House


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Located right in the heart of Bristol this stunning boutique hotel was recently refurbished and offers guests a luxurious stay, a real haven in the middle of the city. Each room is finished to a high standard with a real eye on design that tips its hat at Cole and Son with wallpaper from their collection. Feather duvets, power showers, iPod docks and more adorn each room.

After a peaceful night dine in the contemporary breakfast room and choose from organic finery, no matter whether you desire a cold or cooked breakfast that morning. When the sun shines, you can take your breakfast in the hidden gem that is the courtyard garden.

Prices from £67 a night, parking £9 a day.

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Number Thirty Eight

Number Thirty Eight

Set in the stunning architecture of a Georgian merchant’s house, Number Thirty Eight is the perfect backdrop to your city break. With an emphasis on comfort and style, this gorgeous boutique style hotel has 12 bedrooms many of which overlook Clifton Downs, and to the rear of the building panoramic views of the city. Each room has been tastefully styled in city chic and gives a home from home feel with an added luxury feeling.

Breakfast is superbly presented, and guests have a choice of delicious cooked or cold meals to set them up for the day. No expense has been spared to create the perfect getaway while you are in Bristol.

Prices from £130 a night.

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Harbour Hotel and Spa


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From the outside, the Harbour Hotel and Spa is impressive, boasting grandiose styling. Once inside the experience continues with this 42-roomed hotel. The unique selling point here is the impressive underground spa where guests can enjoy many different treatments to pamper and restore the soul after a long day exploring the city.

In your room, the opulence continues with claw foot freestanding baths, luxurious beds and all the modern comforts you could need. To be a guest at the Harbour Hotel and Spa is a real joy.

Prices from £120 a night.

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Hotel du Vin


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Sugar House plays host to your Hotel du Vin experience and is a glorious Grade II listed 18th-century building that brings contemporary ‘loft-living’ styling and combines it seamlessly with luxury and comfort that sees guests returning time after time.

Each of the 40 rooms is finished to a high standard with sleeping and lounging all taken into consideration. The Bistro takes care of all your dining needs, and you can enjoy al fresco dining or a late night drink in the flagstone courtyard.

Prices from £109 a night.

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Opening soon: Artist Residence

In June 2019 the Artist Residence will open its doors for the first time in the city. A glorious artisan styling sees 23 rooms individually finished in bohemian chic that will appeal to many a weary traveller.

Also on site the quirky and delightful coffee shop, bar and event space which is open to the public — a real find and worth a mention. Prices to be confirmed.

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Top image credit: Pixabay | Prices correct at publication (subject to change)