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Welcome to Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel

Address: Broad Street, Bristol, BS1 2EL

Hotel Description

Built in 1869, this 4-star hotel is in the heart of Bristol city centre. It offers luxurious rooms as well as a bar, a restaurant and a leisure complex. Rooms at Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel are nicely decorated and come with tea/coffee making facilities. Guests can also enjoy en suite facilities and a flat-screen LCD TV with Freeview. Tyrells Restaurant offers a wide range of cuisine in modern surroundings. The hotel also features its very own underground cellar bar, Marlows. The leisure complex at Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel includes a pool, a sauna, a steam room and a spa bath. A modern gym and beauty treatment rooms are also available. Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station is 1 mile from the hotel, and local attractions include Clifton Suspension Bridge and Bristol Zoo Gardens.

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Monarch House Centre - University

Monarch House Centre - University

Distance 0.17 miles (0.27 km)
City of Bristol College is one of the UK's largest colleges and one of the region's leading education providers, offering a wide range of further and higher education courses. Over 1,000 courses at all levels are available for 16-19 year olds and adult learners, as well as training aimed at employers.

Currently catering for more than 30,000 students, City of Bristol College delivers a significant majority of the post-16 educational provision in the greater Bristol area.

We have centres across the city. For details of where these are visit the <a href="http://www.cityofbristol.ac.uk/coursefinder/" target="_blank">Course Finder</a> page on our website.

University of Bristol - University

University of Bristol - University

Distance 0.49 miles (0.79 km)
The University of Bristol was founded in 1876 as University College, Bristol, and granted its Royal Charter in 1909. The University has built a strong reputation as a teaching and research institution and is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities. The academic quality of the University is reflected in the Nobel Prizes and Fellowships associated with the University community.

College Green Campus - University

College Green Campus - University

Distance 0.58 miles (0.93 km)
City of Bristol College is one of the UK's largest colleges and one of the region's leading education providers, offering a wide range of further and higher education courses. Over 1,000 courses at all levels are available for 16-19 year olds and adult learners, as well as training aimed at employers.

Currently catering for more than 30,000 students, City of Bristol College delivers a significant majority of the post-16 educational provision in the greater Bristol area.

We have centres across the city. For details of where these are visit the <a href="http://www.cityofbristol.ac.uk/coursefinder/" target="_blank">Course Finder</a> page on our website.

Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station - Railway Station

Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 0.76 miles (1.22 km)
Bristol Temple Meads is a railway station in Bristol, England. It is situated about a mile south-east of the city centre, and is the main station for central Bristol. Bristol's other main-line station, Bristol Parkway, is situated on the northern outskirts of the town.The station is presently served by express services on the Great Western route from London Paddington, Virgin Cross-Country express services between the North of England and the South West, and local and regional trains. Due to the layout of the lines around the station, trains to Wales, the midlands, the north, London and down to the south coast all exit out the east end of the station. Only trains heading on the line down to Cornwall exit out the west end. The station has its platforms numbered 1-15, excluding 14; most of the platform faces have two numbers, with platform 4 (for example) being the south end of platform 3.