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City Inn Bristol
Temple Way
Bristol
Bristol

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City Inn Bristol hotel, overlooking Temple Gardens, combines a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. Close to the city's vibrant centre and ideally located opposite Temple Quay and a 2 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads railway station, the hotel provides the perfect location from which to explore the city.

In addition to 167 guest rooms, City Inn Bristol boasts a cosy lounge bar, award-winning modern European cuisine in City Café and a stylish terrace overlooking Temple Gardens for relaxed alfresco dining.

Whether you are staying in Bristol for business or a weekend break, City Inn provides the space to live, work and relax. We embrace light and space, style and comfort to create a stylish alternative to the traditional, large hotel. It's no wonder we steal hearts and win awards.

Check in to City Inn Bristol and check us out.

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Nearest Train Station: Bristol Temple Meads
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Number of Rooms: 167
Number Ensuite: 167

Price per Room:

Double: £119
Twin: £119
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Restaurant

Name: City Café
Cuisine: Modern European
Chef: Peter Quinion

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