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Bristol Harbour Hotel & Spa, Bristol

53-55 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HT, UK
Bristol Harbour Hotel & Spa Review
4 Star Rating
22 June 2017Bristol Harbour Hotel and SpaTags: Bristol, UK, Spa reviewsThe Bill: £149 per night

The Harbour Hotel in Bristol, is part of the Harbour Hotels Group, only recently opened in the October of 2016. It’s situated just a few minutes from Bristol harbour, and in our opinion is a fine addition to the hotel scene in Bristol. The façade of this hotel is rather grand, and the rest of the building certainly does not disappoint.

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Upon arrival at the hotel, we were greeted warmly, checked in and shown in the direction of our room. During this trip we experienced a deluxe room. The room was of an intimate size; however the bedroom area saw a huge bed, which was extremely comfortable and very difficult to leave when the morning came. The room also offers a Nespresso coffee machine, along with complimentary gin and sherry which is a great additional touch.

“The façade of this hotel is rather grand, and the rest of the building certainly does not disappoint.”

The furniture in the room is bespoke and interesting and compliments the room very nicely. The bathroom is of a good size compared to the rest of the room and includes a separate bath and shower, along with his and hers wash basins.

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In terms of facilities, the hotel also has its own spa in the basement, which includes a fitness room and an indoor heated plunge pool. A visit to the spa is a great way to start your day.

The hotel is home to the Jetty Restaurant, which is the group’s award winning restaurant that can be found at all Harbour Hotels. The restaurant serves up a selection of dishes using local ingredients, alongside a fantastic wine list and cocktail menu.

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The staff at the Harbour Hotel are extremely friendly and helpful and always on hand with suggestions and recommendations of things to do in the local area. We were very impressed with our stay and would more than happily return here on future visits to Bristol.

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