City centre hotel in the heart of historic Bristol
Situated next to Cabot Circus, the newest city shopping centre, the Future Inn Bristol is conveniently positioned for those looking to visit Bristol for business or pleasure.
The 3-star property is also located close to the grounds of the University of Bristol, making it an ideal stopping point for family and friends visiting students at the academic institute.
Each of the hotels 149 guestrooms is serviced by individual air conditioning and heating controls ensuring that the internal environment is just right for each guest. En-suite bathrooms come complete with mist-free mirrors and hairdryer.
Bedrooms feature flat screen televisions with music and movies on demand as well as direct dial telephones. Local calls can be placed free of charge. Those in the city on business will be able to utilise a full size desk work station and internet connection. Complimentary internet access is also available through the television. Other amenities found within rooms include complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, and full length mirror. A selection of daily newspapers can be found in the lobby. Parking is free in the Cabot Circus shopping centre.
The Future Inn Bristol is served by the Chophouse Restaurant and Bar. Serving a primarily Canadian menu, which has been tweaked to ensure there is a meal for everybody, the restaurant serves a lunch and dinner menu. A full English breakfast is served in the morning, as well as a Canadian equivalent of pancakes and maple syrup.
The establishment is also geared to serve the needs of corporate guests through the use of its meeting and conference rooms, as well as weddings and other celebratory events. Professional planners and coordinators can ensure that every eventuality is prepared for, providing the best in business equipment or wedding paraphernalia.
The city of Bristol itself hosts a variety of attractions for leisure visitors. Both the Hippodrome and Coulston Hall, a pair of music and dance venues, are practically on the hotels doorstep, as is the city Ice Rink. In terms of high streets, Bristol features plenty of shops, bars, restaurants, and cafs, ensuring that there are plenty of places to wine and dine or meet friends. The citys nightlife is exuberant.
The Blue Reef Aquarium and Imax 3-D Cinema are popular destinations for younger visitors. The city was a finalist in the 2008 award for European City of Culture (won by Liverpool). As such there is a host of theatres and galleries in which visitors can pass some time. The Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal is the principle playhouse in the city offering a range of performances from comedies to Shakespeare and musicals.
Sports fans can attend matches for two profession football clubs (Bristol City and Bristol Rovers) or spectate at rugby, basketball and cricket. More hands-on individuals may enjoy a game of tennis or squash in one of the citys leisure facilities.
As well as all of this, the Future Inn Bristol places guests in a good position to enjoy historical buildings and walkways, including the Bristol to Bath pathway, which can prove very relaxing.