Customer review rating (ALL Rating) 4.1/5 10,723 reviews
ALLSAFE approved hotel
Central location with excellent transport links and on site car parking
High end newly refurbished event suites on a dedicated events floor with lounges & break outs
The place and space to inspire your delegates, accommodating 6 to 220 delegates in 12 suites.
Short walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station.
In walking-distance of the Harbourside, vibrant city and its mix of award winning attractions
BS1 6SQ bristol
Check-in from 15h00
Check out up to 12h00
Check-in from - Check out up to
The Urban Bar & Kitchen offers a vibrant and contemporary atmosphere with a fantastic open plan dining facility. Using the finest local produce, you can expect urban food, unsung heroes along with some guilty pleasures to satisfy your appetite.
275 spacious and well-appointed rooms are both contemporary and comfortable. Upgrade to one of our suites or privilege rooms and receive a host of additional services and enhanced amenities.
Number of meeting rooms: 12
Maximum size: 324 m²
Maximum capacity: 220 people
Maximum banquet capacity: 220 people
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Kerry Couples - 18/01/2022 Confirmed reviews ALL
Hotel is ideally located close to the train station and the waterfront. Lovely clean hotel with helpful staff.
disapointed. not four star standard.
Stevel Couples - 14/01/2022 Confirmed reviews ALL
Lets start with parking. If you stay in this hotel and park your car in the hotel car park you will be charged, for my visit this was £17 per night. The hotel website is very vague about this. I questioned this at check-in and was told it was on the website but the receptionist would not show me where basically telling me to pay or leave. Second the Bar. We returned to the hotel after seeing a show at around 10pm and the bar was closed, we asked at reception (same lady) and was told we could not get anything as room service was closed, previous comments have mentioned this and the reply said we should have been able to get a drink but no sure how. No help or advise given from staff as to where we could go. We went out and found a very pleasant bar just down the road. Next, the Television in the room was possible the smallest i have seen in a hotel, let along a 4 star, for a very long time. Along with that we had various wires hanging out from the TV and surroundings. The Bed was very comfortable unfortunately it was on casters so when we sat in the Bed to try and watch the small TV the bed rolled away from the wall. Generally the service from the staff was poor, being indiferent verging on rude, and definitely not what i would expect from a four star hotel and not what i have had before at other Mecure hotels. Our room looked tired and needing some attention. Hotel looked nearly empty so quite stunned at the lack of attention we recevied from staff. Would i stay at this hotel again, no never.
Simon F. Business - 14/01/2022 Confirmed reviews ALL
Room 139 needs a refurb and the bath replace with a walk in shower. The water was not hot and had low pressure. As a Gold member i was expecting the fridge to be restocked the following day, as usually done in this hotel and others.
chrisOsb0rne 13/01/2022 TripAdvisor review
This hotel is well placed for Bristol's growing cargo retail & hospitality offer in & around Wapping Wharf. We enjoyed craft beers & a wide choice of international food styles, of which the 7 Lucky Gods Japanese restaurant was outstanding. The hotel was almost fully functional, albeit the bar closed before 10pm on all three nights; the breakfast buffet was fine, even for the late arrivals; the swimming pool was closed, apparently for maintenance; car parking was easy, at the rear of the premises, but at £17 per 24 hours alternative car parks are attractive! All in all, for Covid times a much enjoyed getaway.
Well located, especially with the up & coming Wapping Wharf food & drink offers
Anonymous Friends - 12/01/2022 Confirmed reviews ALL
Three night long weekend stay enabled us to enjoy a wide array of ethnic food, some superb craft beers, two live music acts in ambience-full pubs, a sought-after cultural-circuit film, three museum exhibitions, as well as spending a whole day with longstanding but not-often-seen (Covid-hurdled) friends.
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