Holiday Inn (Bristol) Reviews
Description:Victoria Street, BRISTOL BS1 6HY. Tel: 44-117-9769988. Fax: 44-117-9255040
Newest Review: ... Bar and Restaurant. The lounge is what you come firstly. Actually, it is the same as the lounge area opposite the long side of the reception desk with the same sofas, armchairs ect. They had huge lamps which is the same as the other lounge area. Although the lamps were large, they were subtle and were not anything to cause a headache. They just lit up the places neccessary. The sofas and ... more
Customer Holiday Inn (Bristol) Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/04/03, updated on 13/04/03 (Very useful, 185 readings)
Here I am again, writing about Travel and City Guide-Why? Well, I love going on holiday, travelling by plane or train and staying at hotels. Well, my mum at the time worked in the Moathouse Cardiff. You may think that what has Moathouse Hotels got to do with Holiday Inn hotels. Well, the Holiday Inn Bristol along with a few others is a Moathouse associate and has shares with queens moat(owner of Moathouse and Moathouse associated HolidayInns along with other European hotesl). A lower rate was given as a result. This hotel is featured in both the Holiday Inn brochures and the Moathouse brochures. Don't get confused, there is another Holiday-Inn in Bristol-Filton with . Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/01, updated on 27/02/01 (Very useful, 320 readings)
I recently planned an overnight stay in Bristol to visit Cribbs Causeway, the large out of town shopping centre. I originally planned to just stay in a Travellodge, but thought that I would flick through Teletext as a friend had told me there were some good offers on it. I did and too my surprise the Holiday Inn in Bristol had rooms going for £56 - that's for B&B for 2 people. That's less than a Travellodge once you pay for breakfast also. What is more the Holiday Inn is superb, a beautiful reception and lounge area. The rooms were large and spotlessly clean and breakfast was a large help yourself buffet, real fresh fruit salad(i.e. real cut ... Read the complete review
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