If you’re looking for a budget-friendly trip to Bristol, a key area that you can look at making big savings on is the accommodation. By saving money on your accommodation you will have more money to spend on trips and visits to attractions. So where are good places to stay in Bristol on a budget?
A retro styled bar and hostel based on North Street in St Pauls, The Full Moon is a good place to stay in Bristol if you are looking for something a bit quirky for your money. The hostel offers a range of shared and private rooms, making them suitable for all types of visitors. The lively hostel is home to a busy bar and popular music venue in the courtyard and has rooms available from £21.50 per night.
Previously a former waterfront grain house, YHA Bristol has been restored to offer a contemporary and relaxed accommodation within the city-centre surroundings meaning it is a good place to stay in Bristol for both location and price. You can choose between shared, private or private with ensuite rooms with prices starting at £39.00 per night.
On Anchor Road and within walking distance of the SS Great Britain and Aquarium, this Travelodge is in the perfect location for exploring the city centre. The rooms come with ensuites, TVs with freeview and facilities for making tea or coffee. Rooms at Travelodge Bristol Central start from £27.00 a night.
In South End, Temple gate, the Holiday Inn Express is a good place to stay in Bristol for those looking for contemporary accommodation at budget prices. Holiday Inn Express rooms are dedicated to providing you with all your home from home comforts whilst staying away including tea and coffee, wifi and a choice of pillows. Rooms at the hotel are available from £56.00 a night.
The Harbourside Hostel Bristol offers incredible value accommodation in the centre of Bristol, only minutes away from the harbour. A newly renovated grade II listed building, this hostel provides bright and airy accommodation with shared dorms providing lockable bedside tables or the option of private rooms. When you’re feeling peckish you can pop next door to their sister company – Harbourside Desi Kitchen and Bar serving authentic Indian food alongside a fully licensed bar.
Ideally situated close to both Clifton Village and the city centre, making it a good place to stay in Bristol for both leisure and business guests. With rooms offering free wifi, digital radio and a minibar you can expect all the home from home comforts you are used to at a great price. Just below the hotel is a vaulted wine cellar when you will find the popular Racks Bar & Kitchen which now has an outdoor heated terrace. Rooms at the Clifton Hotel in Bristol start at £41.00 a night.
Bristol is home to a number of exciting landmarks and attractions which is why it is no surprise it is a popular place for people to visit on a break away. There are a number of good places to stay in Bristol on a budget so your weekaway doesn’t have to break the bank.