DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North

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DoubleTree by Hilton
Total meeting space372 sq. m
Guest rooms161
Woodlands Lane, Bradley Stoke
Bradley Stoke
Bristol BS32 4JF

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North

Bristol Hotel
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Winter Campaign

£28.00 - £35.00
01/01/2019 – 03/31/2019

Need dates

  • 01/17/201901/31/2019


AA Hotel Services


Green Tourism Silver Award - 2010 VisitEngland 4* accredited hotel - 2012


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Whirlpool

Photo gallery


Meeting space

Total meeting space372 sq. m
Meeting rooms9
Largest room176 sq. m
Second largest room67 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms161
Double (Two beds)24
Tax rate20%



Local Attractions

Cattle Country Adventure Park

6 mi. away

Bristol Museum

8 mi. away
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery has twenty galleries over three floors with a diverse range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to magnificent art. The museum is situated between the very tall H H Wills memorial building (University of Bristol) and Browns restaurant at the top of Park Street.

Ashton Court Estate Bristol

Historical landmark
15 mi. away
Just 2 miles from the centre of Bristol, Ashton Court Estate remains almost entirely surrounded by Somerset countryside. Owned by Bristol Council since 1959, the estate is now a major recreational area for Bristol and North Somerset.
Long Ashton
Bristol, BST, GB1 BS41 9JN

Cabot Circus

8 mi. away
Bristol’s Cabot Circus offers the ultimate shopping experience, bringing together a host of high-street and designer brands and confirming the city’s status as the South West’s style capital. With more than 120 stores stocking the latest trends, Cabot Circus has something for every taste, including a four-storey flagship House of Fraser offering clothing, beauty and homewares. Cabot Circus lies underneath a striking glass roof, with a host ofurban fashion brands including Hollister, Urban Outfitters, American Apparel and Cult Clothing; high-street retailers such as Zara, Wallis and Oasis; flagship stores such as H&M, Next and Top Shop and lifestyle retailers including Dwell and Sony. Quakers Friars features a stylish piazza set against the historic backdrop of a 13th century Dominican Friary building. This area is home to the only Harvey Nichols store in the South West. Other retailers include Hugo Boss, All Saints, French Connection, Reiss, LK Bennett, Kurt Geiger, Ted Baker and Hobbs, and jewellers Links of London and Pravins. Lifestyle retailers include Apple, The White Company and Bloomsbury. Sanctuary Spa - the first in the South West - offers customers luxurious treatments and products. The historic Quakers Friars boasts a number of excellent dining options and gourmet delis and offers the perfect setting for a relaxing lunch, drink or dinner. These include Raymond Blanc’s Brasserie Blanc and Italian restaurants Carluccio’s and Piccolino, as well as well as Harvey Nichols Second Floor Restaurant and Bar. Local shop Chandos Deli also offers locally sourced produce. Also on offer at Cabot Circus are several restaurants including Tampopo, Café Rouge, Zizzi, Giraffe, Nandos, La Tasco, Coal and Yo! Sushi. Cabot Circus also offers a wide range of leisure and entertainment options, including the 13-screen Showcase Cinema de Lux. The cinema includes two exclusive ‘Director’s Halls’ and a full-service restaurant and bar. Jungle Rumble Adventure Golf also features two astroturf 18-hole mini golf courses, and is a great place for a night out with friends or family fun.

Bristol Cathedral

Historical landmark
9 mi. away
About the Cathedral A church has probably stood on this site for over a thousand years but it came to prominence in 1148 when Robert Fitzhardinge founded the Abbey of St. Augustine. The Chapter House and Abbey Gatehouse remain clearly to be seen: other remains are within Bristol Cathedral Choir School. The eastern end of the Cathedral, especially in the Choir, gives Bristol Cathedral a unique place in the development of British and European Architecture. The Nave, Choir and Aisles are all the same height, creating the appearance of a large hall. Bristol Cathedral is the major example of a 'Hall Church' in Great Britain and one of the finest anywhere in the world. In 1539 the Abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII's commissioners and the nave, which was then being rebuilt, was destroyed. The rather battered building then became the Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in 1542. In 1868 plans were drawn up to rebuild the Nave to its medieval design. The Architect, G.E.Street, found the original pillar bases, so the dimensions are much the same as those of the abbey church. J. L. Pearson added the two towers at the West End and further reordered the interior. From the Twelfth Century it has been a place of daily prayer and a place where the city and diocese has marked great occasions.
College Green Harbourside
Bristol, BST, GB1 BS1 5TB


8 mi. away
For the first time, Bristol has a museum dedicated to telling the amazing history of the city, through the objects and stories of the people who have made the city what it is today. Located on the historic dockside, Bristol's flagship museum has been designed to retain the unique character of the former 1950s transit shed. Three galleries reveal the fascinating story of the city and its unique place in the world. From prehistoric times to the present day, explore the history of Bristol through the objects and stories of the people who made the city what it is today. See amazing film and photographs, listen to moving personal stories, encounter rare and quirky objects and add your own memories of the city through the interactive displays.

Bristol Zoo

8 mi. away
We’re more than just a zoo. We are the Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society Limited – a conservation and education charity.
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Bristol, BST, GB1 BS8 3HA

@Bristol Science Museum

8 mi. away
There is so much to discover for all the family with At-Bristol! Join Morph and friends for a journey through animation past and present and become an animator for the day. Be awed by icy bodies and cosmic rays, play music through your headbones, activate the Vein Ray and see your own veins, create your own TV show or cover yourself from head to toe in your own giant bubble! With hundreds of hands-on exhibits to explore, live shows and a Planetarium, At-Bristol is one of the UK’s biggest and most exciting interactive science centres. Voted Visitor Attraction of the Year 2011 by Bristol Tourism and Hospitality, we have also been listed one of VisitBritain's top 10 family attractions, and are one of The Guardian's top 20 family-friendly museums in the UK!

Distance from airport

  • 28.9 km from venue


Easily accessible from both the M4 and M5 motorways, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North offers a convenient location, just 8 miles from the city center and close to popular attractions, museums and art galleries. Business travelers will also appreciate our close proximity to many corporate clients. You’ll feel welcome from the moment you arrive at our hotel. Step into the newly refurbished lobby and savor a DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie. Our stylish guest rooms feature modern amenities including WiFi access and 32-inch LCD TV’s. Upgrade to a Deluxe Room to enjoy extra amenities including a welcome tray, fluffy bathrobes and slippers, 1-hour extended checkout and more. Our LivingWell Health Club features a 24-hour fitness room, swimming pool, sauna and steam room. When you’re feeling hungry, head to Brunel's Hat Restaurant for delicious British classics or settle into the cozy sofas in the lounge bar with a freshly brewed Starbucks coffee. 24-hour room service is also available for the ultimate convenience. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bristol North offers the ideal location for meetings, special events and weddings. Nine meeting and banquet rooms offer flexible space for events with up to 180 guests and our beautiful outdoor courtyard offers the perfect place for photographs and summer events

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Brunels Hat Restaurant A sumptuous dining room, where London Olympic flame replica 'petal' lamp shades hang from the central ceiling, pays homage to Britain's most famous engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Relax in plush green velvet booths and choose locally sourced classics from a contemporary British a la carte menu. Lounge Bar Settle down into plush green velvet chesterfields amid contemporary blue and grey décor in this Bristol bar. Situated on the ground floor directly opposite reception, it's the ideal spot to enjoy a drink with friends. Food is available from 8am right through to 11pm.


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