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SACO Broad Quay, Bristol

Central Quay South, Broad Quay, Bristol BS1 4AW, UK
SACO Broad Quay Review
4 Star Rating
5 August 2016SACO Broad QuayTags: Bristol, UK, Self Catering reviewsThe Bill: £167 per night

SACO Broad Quay is located in central Bristol and offers a great alternative to a hotel for those looking to stay in Bristol. SACO offer self-catering apartments, providing an apartment-style experience which is a great option if you need to stay in town for a little longer and want a more homely feel, or if you’re part of a larger group and want some added convenience over a hotel. They also have their own car park which makes your stay very convenient, especially in a busy city like Bristol.

We experienced a 3-bedroom apartment which included a large living area, an open-plan kitchen which lead out to onto a large terrace, three good size bedrooms, one of which was ensuite, along with a main bathroom which included a bath and shower. The terrace had a good, usable amount of space and came equipped with table and chairs. Perfect for outdoor dining on a nice evening, or breakfast in the warmer months of the year.

“SACO is a brand synonymous with quality, self-catering city apartments.”

If you’re staying for a long period there is a weekly housekeeping and linen service, as well as laundry and dry cleaning services. All you have to worry about is catering, which incidentally upon arrival you will find some breakfast, tea and coffee options waiting for you. The accommodation is clean, simple, and functional with a no-fuss minimalist layout.

There is also a 24-hour front desk service with friendly staff who are happy to assist with any questions you may have. It’s evident the apartments are well-maintained, SACO is a brand synonymous with quality, self-catering city apartments. If you’re visiting Bristol we recommend checking out SACO as an alternative to booking a hotel. We were well looked after, had an enjoyable stay, and wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again.

Photos courtesy of SACO Broad Quay

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