The Clifton Hotel Bristol

2 star hotel

Address

St Pauls Road BristolSee nearby area

Rooms

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    With a stylish cellar bar and cafe, The Clifton Hotel offers en suite rooms with fresh fruit and hand-baked biscuits. Clifton Village is 10-minute walk away, and Bristol’s lively centre is a 20-minute walk.

    The bright bedrooms are individually but traditionally decorated, and each has a modern bathroom with luxury toiletries. All rooms feature fresh tea and coffee, a flat-screen TV and Wi-Fi access.

    The Clifton Hotel is a Grade II listed building, situated just 300 metres from the University of Bristol. Bars and restaurants at the Harbourside are just 1 mile away, Bristol Zoo is a mere 20-minute walk, while Brunel's stunning suspension bridge is just a 15-minute stroll away.

    Racks Bar and Kitchen has a heated terrace, and serves a modern European menu and cooked breakfasts. The Caffe Clifton offers speciality teas and award-winning homemade cakes.

    There is also secure on-site parking, whilst the front desk is open 24/7.

    Important information

    Please note: Parking is limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Some rooms can experience noise from the bar and restaurant. This is mostly, but not exclusively on weekends. To request a quiet room, please use the Special Requests section or contact the property using the details on the Booking Confirmation.

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Pets
      • Pets allowed
    • Parking
      • Parking garage
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • Non-smoking throughout
    • Outdoor space
      • Garden
      • Terrace
    • Guest services
      • Room service
      • 24-hour front desk
    • Restaurant/Café
      • Restaurant
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