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4 reviews of The Brigstow Hotel in English
The rooms are great, the staff are helpful. Let’s say that first.
However the Brigstow manages to combine my two biggest hotel peeves:
1. inability to effectively manage the air conditioning in your room. We visited in the winter and the room was positively roasting… this is after we turned the air con down as low as it could go. We had to leave the window open right up until going to sleep. In. Winter.
2. Charging for wifi. To me this is unacceptable at the best of times but DOUBLY so when; from your room; you can pick up the free wifi from the restaurant across the road.
So if you stay here; and it’s definitely a great spot; DON’T pay for wifi. Pick it up across the road.
A lovely modern hotel hidden inside an awful concrete exterior. Very nice well decorated (again modern style) rooms. Very comfortable and quiet.
Very nice views from the rooms on the river side of the hotel.
Breakfast was a posh hotel style english breakfast, which took an age to appear, and was very nice but lacked the volume to tackle my hangover.
I’d recommend the Brigstow to anyone staying in central Bristol.
Don’t be put off by the look of this hotel as I think it must have been an office block in a previous life. Inside though it has a bright and airy modern reception area with friendly reception staff. A very central hotel , it offered very reasonable prices for two nights bed and breakfast. The main centre of Bristol is in walking distance and the Mary Redcliffe Church is opposite and one of the treasures of Bristol so well-worth a visit.
I stayed in the Mercure Brigstow last December, and thought it was a great place to stay. Its very central, so fantastic if you are going out and want to explore the city.
The hotel is described as a boutique style, which was nice enough. The room wasn’t especially clean (the obvious things were clean, but things like shelves in the wardrobe, on the floor near the bed, etc were not)
The bathroom had a (very) small TV built into the wall above the taps in the bath. I was far too excited.
The price was reasonable if booked in advance and through one of their usual deals - I think it was £59 for one night and £69 for the second.
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astrogildo1243, 2 December 2012:
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