Marriott (Bristol City) Reviews
Description:2 Lower Castle Street Old Market Bristol BS1 3AD United Kingdom Phone: 44 117-9294281 Fax: 44 117-9276377 ... more
Newest Review: ... for the record ~ you can parked in Broadmeads for over 24 hours and then the amount is just added onto the ticket until you check out. The check-out clerk will then take the ticket, pay off the amount from your credit card with the discounted rate and give you the ticket back. You then check that the ticket is showing NIL to pay at one of the pay stations, then you have 15 minutes to exit the ... more
Customer Marriott (Bristol City) Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/08/13 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I was very 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 was delighted. It was easy to find and, although it isn't a 'pretty' building, it has a great central location of being near a big shopping centre. It was also opposite a park and next to car park. A busy main road ran right next to the hotel though which was still quite busy during the evening and night. *~*~*~*~*~*~* Check-in *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Immediately on arrival at 5pm, we went through ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/09 (Useful, 6 readings)
I stayed at the Marriott a few weeks ago on a reunion with friends in Bristol. I would not normally stay at Marriott hotels as they are usually way out of my price range but after a very good deal online we booked a room for two nights. The room was brilliant and the location of the hotel is excellant, the only downside is the car parking. The room comes with all the standard features tea/coffee, iron and ironing board, toiletries and trouser press. My room didn't have a breathtaking view but it was nice enough view of the Old Town part of town. The decorations and furnishings were all of very good quality and the bed was one of the most comfortable i have ever ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I lived in Bristol for 5 years, and worked a stone throw away from this hotel. From the outside it doesn't look very much at all and I always thought it wouldn't be the greatest choice to stay in. A few years on and I get the call for from a mate saying we were going to Bristol for a stag do and staying here. My heart sunk. However I have to say after my experience I would thoroughly recommend it! Why? Well quite frankly value for money, and customer service which was outstanding. The hotel for those that don't know is basically at the end of the M32, the motorway which joins Bristol to the M4. It is smack bang in the city centre, on the edge of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/03, updated on 17/08/03 (Very useful, 96 readings)
As ever, Dooyoo appears to be playing up. PLease, therefore, excuse the capitalization errors in the first few paragraphs! 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 does "Bristol City" (or a pair of them) evoke? Think carefully! Answers on a postcard, please - although I have to say that, with the huge numbers of young girls walking around in skirts resembling belts, my attention was drawn away from their ... Read the complete review
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