Soak up the 4-star luxury on offer at the Marriott Bristol and turn your visit to the city into a trip to remember. Find yourself enjoying sumptuous accommodation at the Victorian-style Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, metres from the city's beautiful waterfront and Bristol Cathedral.
Just a short walk away on the far side of Castle Park lies the Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre. Bristol Temple Meads railway station is just a short walk away from this superbly appointed hotel, while Cabot Circus shopping centre with its 120 stores is just around the corner.
For an exceptional day out that has something for everyone, don't miss out on a trip to Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. Collections take in art, nature and history, and you'll find everything from Egyptian mummies to British and European art from the likes of Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable.
Visit At-Bristol, an exciting interactive science centre that helps to bring science and technology to life, or head for the Wills Memorial Building at Bristol University to view Great George, a nine-and-a-half-ton bell that stands as the sixth largest in the UK.
Step back in time as you board Brunel's SS Great Britain – the ship that changed the world. Discover all about the luxury liner's launch in 1843 and subsequent long career, as well the story of how she sank to the bottom of the South Atlantic and was later rescued and brought back to Bristol.
At Bristol Cathedral you can take a guided tour to learn all about the architecture of this magnificent building, as well as how a local mob once tried to pull down the Chapter House and set the cathedral on fire. Marvel at the innovative Clifton Suspension Bridge before taking time out to relax in one of the numerous city centre cafés and bars.
With more than 500 stores spread across Bristol Shopping Quarter, you'll have no problems when it comes to finding essentials, picking up souvenirs or simply having a browse. Wander through the covered shopping centres of Cabot Circus and The Galleries, where you'll find a vast array of designer names and high-street fashion.
There are also more than 90 independent shops in the area, so if you're looking for something a little different, this is the place to come. Enjoy some fresh air as you stroll through the pedestrianised streets of Broadmead and take some time out to look over your purchases at the many restaurants and cafés dotted throughout the area.