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Bristol holds a lot of accolades to its name; for instance, it’s one of the most populous and most sustainable cities in Britain; it also has the largest hot air balloon festivals in Europe (Bristol International Balloon Fiesta); that’s on top of having one of the best nightlife scenes in England. It also has great, unique architecture, historic churches and is also the city where the mysterious graffiti artist, Banksy, was born; some of his works can be found around the city.
In and around Bristol are ten two star hotels and guesthouses located mainly in Clifton, northwest of the city centre. This is a perfect place for tourists as it’s home to Bristol Zoo Gardens and the Clifton Suspension Bridge. This 400-meter plus long bridge hangs about 75 meters above the River Avon and is not only beautiful to see, but also offers magnificent views.
The selection of three star hotels is considerably larger, numbering about 25 properties, ranging from business to romantic hotels. One of the area’s most popular properties is the three star Broadmead, close to the shop district in the Bristol City Centre. Get a bit of retail therapy at The Galleries Shopping Centre or Cabot Circus, a huge shopping mall with over 100 shops. If culture is more your thing, visit the nearby historic centre, where the Castle Park – with the excavated remains of Bristol Castle – is one of the highlights.
If you’re looking for a luxury trip to Bristol, why not book a sleek design hotel with striking décor, spa and sauna, indoor pool and Turkish bath. Pick a Harbourside location; this area in the south of the city used to be a bustling place with ships coming in from around the world. Now the warehouses and storerooms have been renovated and turned into bars, restaurants and presentation centres, like the Arnolfini Art Gallery, At-Bristol (a science centre) and the Watershed Media Centre.