SACO Bristol - Broad Quay
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Apartments overlook Bristol's historic harbour
- There are plenty of bars & restaurants nearby
- Bristol Cathedral & Aquarium are within 6 minutes' walk
SACO Bristol - Broad Quay serviced apartments overlook the harbour in the centre of Bristol. The Port of Bristol has existed in its current form since the early 19th century, and has a history dating back to the 13th century, but is now home to bars and restaurants, as well as Bristol Aquarium and the At-Bristol science centre.
A "hub of culture and creativity" (Lonely Planet), Bristol has plenty to offer. Colston Hall, Bristol's largest concert hall, is a 4-minute walk away, and Castle Park and the ruined tower of St Mary-le-Port Church are seven minutes away on foot. Cabot Tower -- set on Brandon Hill, the oldest public space in Bristol -- and Bristol Museum & Art Gallery are both around 10 minutes' walk away.
Bristol Zoo and Ashton Court Mansion -- which has 850 acres of woodland and meadows roamed by deer -- are both 15 minutes' drive. Brunel's SS Great Britain, described as "one of the jewels of Britain's maritime history" by The BBC, was launched from Bristol in 1843. The ship now houses a museum, which is open daily and is 15 minutes' walk away. Blaise Castle is 20 minutes' drive.
Apartments come with a fully equipped kitchen, and range from studio apartments to three-bedroom apartments, which have floor-to-ceiling windows, a terrace, and can accommodate six guests. A breakfast pack, including cereal, milk, tea, coffee and hot chocolate, is provided on arrival. There is a 24-hour reception, with laundry services available at an extra cost.