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12 reviews of Hotel Du Vin in English
Have been here a couple of times in the last 6 months. Once in a small party and once with a large group of people. Much better with lots of people. Food generally good. A bit overpriced for some of the things and could do better on taste and presentation of some of the more simple dishes. Worth a visit, pleasing atmosphere. More for adults than families. Good.
Decided to treat my niece for her birthday and have always wanted to try this venue. It's a beautiful setting and the ambience is lovely. Such a shame that we were both disappointed with our meals. For starters I had beef flank which was very chewy and the accompanying horseradish cream tasteless. My niece opted for smoked salmon so even an idiot couldn't get that wrong but it had no va va voom and could have been prepared by one of the waiters. For main, I opted for confit duck and my niece steak (cooked medium rare) and 'chips'. Only one small corner of the steak had any signs of pinkness and my niece was thoroughly disappointed. Desserts of a mediocre lemon tart and a seemingly shop bought pot au chocolate left us feeling wilted. If I had been dining with friends the meal would have been sent back but my niece didn't want her evening ruined.
I may venture in again to fathom out if this was just an off night as other diners appeared happy but am in no rush.
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my second stay in a hotel du vin and I was pleased to receive a consistent high level of service. we had a loft room which was very big and a great free standing bath in it. only reason not 5 stars was the lack of parking, I recommend you park in Rupert St multi storey carpark.
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Great atmosphere with plenty of Staff to cater for your every need. Fabulous service and a busy place, so although the restaurant is situated in a rather large room you feel quite at home amongst the other diners.
I enjoyed the steak & chunky fries, one of the best steaks I’ve ever eaten, cooked literally to perfection. Washed down with a really lovely bottle of Marborough Sauvignon blanc (£19.50 a bottle so reasonable) I would call this formal dining but in a relaxed and friendly atmostphere. A great place to go to impress someone. I would highly recommend it!
This quirky hotel is an excellent choice for the centre of Brisol. The entrance is rather hidden and belies what you are about to get.
The rooms are all very individual and although not all are spacious they are equipped to the highest standards. Beds made up with crisp linen, full-sized toiletries, fluffy robes and free tea, coffee, chocolate and biscuits.
The showers deserve a mention of their own - monsoons!
Breakfast can be taken in the room or in the dining room. Service is slick and every need catered for.
Dining in the hotel is worthy of a review in itself but needless to say it is faultless. A drink in the bar first will set the scene before moving to the large, high ceilinged restaurant. There’s an almost school-room buzz to the restaurant but yet it maintains a discrete feel to the place.
Food is superb and the wine list to die for. Although not cheap you won’t be diappointed.
After dinner you can retire back to the bar and perhaps partake of a cigar from the humidity controlled room (yes, there is a whole room dedicated to the cigar!).
A short walk, although not through the most attractive part of town will bring you into the centre of Bristol.
Excellent hotel, located a few minutes walk from the centre of town. The staff are extremely helpful and friendly. The rooms are beautiful with large comfortable beds with soft egyptian cotton sheets. The bathrooms are absolutely amazing, with monsoon showers and a roll top bath big enough for two! The rooms have complimentry tea, coffee and hot chocolate and fullsize bathroom toileteries. Although the hotel is expensive it is totally worth it in my opinion, especially if the breakfast is included. There is a good selection of cooked breakfasts and a continental buffet. The restaurant serves wonderful food in the evenings and the bar has a huge selection of wines. They also serve cocktails. Would definately recommend if you are staying in Bristol.
It’s an excellent eaterie in Bristol - the “great and the good” of Bristol and beyond come here - understandably so. I don’t particulaly enjoy eating in such posh environments as it isn’t so easy to relax, but this is a great place for a special occaision!
If posh expensive frech restaurants are your thing look no further than this place, The food is exquisite, and you get real french people helping you choose your wine! The steak is great, and the layout of it amzing. I'd also highly recommend the Sticky toffee pudding. The atmoshpere is cosy and it is a really beautiful building. The service is pretty attentive, as you'd expect in a restaurant like that.
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