Bristol, Bristol Airport (BRS), Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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    General information

    Airport code: BRS

    Number of terminals: 1


    The information desk is located near check-in on the ground floor of the terminal.

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    Facilities & Infrastructure

    Money & telecommunications

    There are numerous ATMs and currency exchange bureaus. Public telephones are available throughout the terminal. Wi-Fi Internet access is also available. The first two hours are free of charge.

    Food & drink

    There are snack bars, cafés, restaurants, and a pub on the second floor. Several water fountains are available free of charge throughout the terminal.


    Shops selling gifts, travel essentials, clothing, books and perfume can be found in the terminal. Duty-free shopping is also available.


    Luggage storage is located at the information point near the check-in desks. If you have lost something on the airplane or at the airport, please call +44-127/54 73 573 between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. Luggage carts are available for a fee.

    Other services

    Internet terminals and printers can be used before the security-check area. A non-denominational prayer room can be found near gates 32-34 in the departures area.

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    A special assistance desk (Tel.: +44-371/33 44 444) is located in the arrivals area of the airport. The airport and airport parking are fully accessible.

    Passengers who require further support services should contact their airline in advance of their trip.

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    Hotels in Bristol


    There are fancy hotels in every corner of Bristol, so it’s up to you whether you prefer to spend the night near the harbor, in the historic district or in the neighboring district of Clifton.

    Bristol’s tourism infrastructure is excellent throughout the city; it’s never far to the next attraction, or the nearest pub!

    Hotel du Vin

    The Sugar House
    Narrow Lewins Mead
    BS1 2NU Bristol
    United Kingdom
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    Category: Luxurious

    This hotel is housed in a former sugar refinery that was renovated from the ground up, but still maintains its former charm. Brick walls and wooden columns lend the dining room a cozy flair. Other beautiful features are the secluded courtyard and the little rooftop terrace.

    Avon Gorge Hotel

    Sion Hill
    BS8 4LD Bristol
    United Kingdom
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    Category: Luxurious

    This luxury hotel in Clifton, above the Avon Gorge, boasts a breathtaking view of the River Avon and the city. You can see Bristol’s famous landmark, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, from the restaurant patio and some of the rooms. The decor in the rooms is simple but elegant.

    The Bristol Hotel

    Prince Street
    BS1 4QF Bristol
    United Kingdom
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    Category: Moderate

    This boutique hotel is located on a quay on the Floating Harbour, so you’ll have a gorgeous view of the water from the restaurant and hotel bar. It’s the perfect jumping-off point for exploring the city, as practically all of Bristol’s major sights are within walking distance.

    Mercure Bristol Brigstow

    5-7 Welsh Back
    BS1 4SP Bristol
    United Kingdom
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    Category: Moderate

    This four-star hotel is in a quiet spot on the harbor waterfront in the Welsh Back district. The rooms feature modern furnishings, and the restaurant serves fusion cuisine.

    ibis Bristol Temple Meads

    14 Narrow Quay
    BS2 0PS Bristol
    United Kingdom
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    Category: Budget

    This hotel is part of the ibis chain and is located in the Temple Quay district near Temple Meads station. It offers affordable rooms with basic but comfortable furnishings. Fogg’s Restaurant is also located in the hotel, and the bar is open round the clock.