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Onwards and Upwards For The Avon Gorge!

Advantages: The newly refurbished rooms are lovely and worth the price.
Disadvantages: The service is still poor which is a great shame as it lets down the restaurant experience.

The Avon Gorge Hotel is situated in Clifton in Bristol just over the Brunel’s Grade One listed Suspension Bridge. It is ideal if you would like to be in a nice part of Bristol which is not far out from the main town and that has its own nice independent s ...

daniella2010 22.10.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Avon Gorge Hotel, Bristol

Avon Calling!

Advantages: Beautiful views of the Bridge and the Avon Gorge; free wifi; great terrace
Disadvantages: A bit pricy for food and drink

The Avon Gorge Hotel is in a great position ,as it sounds, overlooking the Avon gorge! It is in Clifton, the posh bit of Bristol and definitely the bit you'd want to stay in you were only in bristol for Touristy things, and didn't need, say to be right in ...

sadoldbag 26.01.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Avon Gorge Hotel, Bristol

4 stars for a 4 star hotel

Advantages: Friendly and polite staff, clean rooms, lots of facilities, reduced parking fees, great location
Disadvantages: Some trainees need more training, noisy appliances in rooms, no free wi-fi in rooms

...lucky to win an award at work which gave me 3 nights stay at locations around the world or anywhere in the UK. As I have 2 small children, I opted for a 'staycation' and went for Bristol. I was given the 4* Marriott Hotel in the City Centre and ...

novagirl2911 24.08.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Marriott Hotel City Centre, Bristol

Nice pair of Bristols!

Advantages: Good location. Bristol is better than it sounds at first.
Disadvantages: None really, but the afternoon barmaid let the team down.

For the uninitiated, there’s such a thing as “Cockney Rhyming slang”; somewhat unique, I guess, to the UK – and particularly to the East End of London. Examples include: “Apples and pairs” – Stairs; “Trouble and strife” – Wife. Bonus question – what ...

andymcf 17.08.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Marriott Hotel City Centre, Bristol

Sleeping in the city

Advantages: Comfortable room; polite and efficient staff
Disadvantages: Dirty cutlery; noise from traffic

Since my younger son moved to Bristol in 2008, I had never stayed the night there when visiting him. However, in May 2012 my elder son and his partner were driving up to Snowdonia and wanted to stop somewhere on the way for a night. They suggested I go wi ...

denella 16.05.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre, Bristol