Bristol’s industrial heritage and rich naval history have left the city with some stunning architecture, from the remains of the Norman Bristol Castle, through elegant 18th-century terraced houses, to the landmark Wills Memorial Building, opened in 1925. There is a wealth of interesting accommodation in the city, whether you opt for somewhere cosy and traditional like The Wellington pub, or the grandeur of the Mercure hotel. Below are some of the most unique and intriguing places to stay in Bristol.
The St Pauls area has a lengthy bohemian history, which prevails to this day – so what better place to bed down if you’re keen to experience Bristol’s culture? Coming soon to the area is Artist Residence Bristol, occupying a former boot factory. The 23 rooms make inventive use of the space and the hotel and neighbourhood hangout will also include a cafe, bar, kitchen and garden.