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The Three Corners Hotel Bristol Reviews
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"Nice hotel - location too far out!"
Andrea Smith stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
Hotel was clean. Staff friendly. Breakfast choice great and always had everything available. Can not fault the hotel itself but I thought it was too far out. It's not 10-15 minutes walk, more like half an hour from the town centre and beautiful chain bridge.
Vivien Mullen stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
This hotel was very conveniently placed for travel into the city. 5 minutes from the newly completed green/red metro Keliti Palyaudver station if arriving at the hotel by public transport and buses to and from the city 100 metres away. Staff friendly and helpful.
Top Tip:Free travel on buses, trams and trains if you are over 65 and have a European passport.
"Short break in Budapest"
Ian Johnston stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
From the airport it was approximately 25 minutes by taxi to the hotel which was located just off one of the main roads out from the centre of the city on the Pest side. Our reception was quick and friendly and the staff member offered a good city map and advice on local amenities etc. All the staff we encountered were pleasant and helpful.
There was a double lift to all floors which worked efficiently and generally were not over crowded. The restaurant area off reception was clean and well equipped, having a range of table sizes. Breakfast offered included all the usual continental choices, together with an 'English' style choice of local bacon and sausage, with hash browns, beans and egg's fried or scrambled.
Our bedroom was ample and the bed was king size with a separate duvet for each. The en-suite was clean, fully tiled which were in good condition and well appointed. The room was serviced daily and towels were changed daily.
The hotel is situated between two metro stops but the city centre is walk-able, about 25 mins, and Heroes Square is a mile away in the other direction. From there we caught the (Big Bus) Hop on/Hop off tour, as it's the first stop you get to see the whole city on a round trip.
Leaving the hotel was easy, we booked a taxi through reception so already knew what the cost would be, it was on time and new tidy vehicle.
Top Tip:Next to the hotel is a local bar it looks a bit dark inside but don't be put off the female licensee is pleasant and half a litre of good lager beer is about a pound.
In a street behind the hotel is a restaurant called the Husar it is very pleasant, good food and not expensive.
Vincenzo Petrotta stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
We had three fabulous days here and thoroughly enjoyed our short break. The hotel is about twenty minutes walk from the Danube and although you can use the underground we prefer walking and looking at the incredible architecture around.
Our room was very modern and had everything you needed and the breakfast was superb, catering for everyone.
Top Tip:There are some nice places to eat and the reception can recommend several restaurants.
"An excellent hotel"
Caroline stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
Six of us stayed at the Three Corners for three nights and found the staff very helpful and accommodating, the location good providing one can walk 5-10 minutes to the bus or metro. Breakfast was a well stocked buffet that catered to many diets and preferences. The hotel recommended a Hungarian restaurant around the corner for dinner and it was so good, we went back for lunch on our last day. The bedrooms and bathrooms were large and comfortable.
"WORTH A VISIT"
Christine Hall stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights, and have nothing but praise. Staff were exceptionally helpful, hotel spotless including the room/bathroom. Beds were clean and comfy. If there was a small complaint it was that you had to pay for the coffee making facilities in the room (after asking reception) and our final day the restaurant was busy and food was not being replenished quickly enough. Apart from that would definitely go back. Situated in a side street so very little 'outside' noise and within 50 yds, bus stops. A bit further away is a crossroads for trams and metro. We found a lovely restaurant around 7-8 mins walk away, off the main road, called Rosenstein. Lovely food, background pianist and very busy, so think that tells you a lot! Food very good and reasonable.
"Budapest City Break"
Rosemary Short stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
Clean and comfortable hotel in a convenient location. No meals other than breakfast available but close to restaurants and very close to a Metro station.
"Quiet, cleam and comfortable."
Christina Birtles stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
We stayed at this hotel for four nights as part of a very reasonable package deal via Travelzoo. We were a little anxious about the quality of the hotel before arrival but, we needn't have worried as the hotel was very clean and comfortable and the staff were helpful and friendly.
Our room was on the third floor and it was large, quiet, clean, comfortable and had all the usual mod cons such as mini bar, safe and a nice en-suite bathroom that you would expect from a four star hotel.
The hotel doesn't have a restaurant however so no food is available other than the continental self service breakfast which is more than adequate but we felt lacking slightly in quality. The hotel does have a full time bar though offering a two hour "happy hour" between 5-7pm everyday if liquid refreshment will suffice!
There is also a small fitness suite and a sauna but we didn't have time to try either as we were so busy seeing the sights.
The hotel is positioned in a quiet street just off a busier one in the Pest side of town and a cheap taxi fare away from the sights if you get worn out from all the walking around this beautiful city.
We would be very tempted to go back again if another deal comes up.
Top Tip:Take comfortable walking shoes as there is a lot to see and it is a big city. There are a couple of restaurants nearby that serve traditional Hungarian food and wine/beer which are really rather good and reasonably priced by comparison to the equivalent in the UK.
"Long Weekend in Budapest"
John Bown stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
We loved Budapest and did lots of interesting things including ballet at the State Opera House and an amazing meal and concert at the Opus Jazz Club, part of the Budapest Music Centre. The hotel was great with very obliging staff and good attention to detail. Our room was just a standard room but very clean and well serviced with all that was required for a short stay. We were never disturbed at night and the breakfasts were good. Just around the corner from the hotel is the Hussar restaurant where the meals are very good and the evening gypsy entertainers well worth listening to. A great value break! If you are 65 plus and an EU citizen you get free public transport - just produce your passport on demand.
"Nice Budapest Hotel"
Stephen Warburton stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
The room was clean and spacious, and the bed ever so comfy. Breakfast was nice, and set you up for the day. All the staff were helpful, and friendly.
Plenty of local restaurants, if you do not want to go into the town centre, and the food was always excellent.
Top Tip:I would recommend a 48 hour step on step off bus tour, and use it to get around from the hotel. The Green bus company is the only one that goes near the hotel. We had the Big Red bus, and had a 30 minute walk to get to the route.
Must see the castle area, Heroes Square, and the Parliament building (from front and back).
Change money in the town centre. More competition, and best rates. Near the castle we were offered 330 Forints to the pound, and town 420.
"Excellent value and all you need for a sightseeing trip."
Paul Moran stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in March 2015
Breakfast was excellent as was the room and bathroom.
Staff were friendly and helpful. The hotel was bright and clean. The only downside was that there was very limited seating in the foyer area.
Top Tip:No evening meal facilities and no tea/coffee making facilities. Only English TV Channel was BBC World News. The CNN news channel did not work.
Leslie Poultney stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in February 2015
The staff were all very helpful and friendly. Room was very clean, comfortable and quiet. The breakfast was a very good hot and cold selection. The hotel is situated in a good location with excellent restaurants nearby.
Top Tip:We had ticket for big bus tour which is a two day ticket including extras. Very good.
"WE HAD THE BEST TIME"
Vanessa Grimsley stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in February 2015
The hotel was in the ideal location, easy walking distance to the tube and trains. It was very clean and the staff were very helpful.
"3 day break with friends"
Alan Lyall stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in February 2015
Wife and I stayed with friends on 3 night break. Hotel was excellent, staff very friendly and helpful and hotel clean and comfortable - even had a happy hour, making drinks even cheaper than they already were. A bit of a walk to the centre - a good 20 minutes, so we resorted to a taxi back to the hotel as it was freezing cold! Cost was only about £5 and taxi back to airport was at a fixed price of about £20.
City is beautiful and our ticket with Travelzoo included a 2 day pass on the hop on off bus and river cruise.
Nearly forgot - when we came back to the hotel at about 4.30, our room hadn't been cleaned. This was soon sorted however.
Wouldn't hesitate to recommend hotel or package.
Top Tip:Try the Ba Bar restaurant just over the road and along - this is by far the nearest, but is also very good their Hungarian reds are very good.
Pamela Langstaff stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in February 2015
Great value hotel. Good food. Friendly helpful staff. Clean smart hotel. Thankyou
"Good value break."
Janet Matthews stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in February 2015
We really enjoyed Budapest. The city was vibrant and welcoming.
We found the food to be be delicious and very reasonably priced.
The hotel was about a 15 minute walk to the area of bars and restaurants, which was fine.
The people are very friendly and the drivers among the most courteous that we have ever come across.
The sights are well worth the visit.
Top Tip:We went in February and it was very cold, although the skies were a lovely bright blue, so take many layers of clothes. Also we took Euros and should have taken Forints, however there are many Exchange Bureaus to be found.
Richard Mason stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in February 2015
Just returned from 3 night break in Budapest with Travel Interaction. Beautiful city, as was the weather. Cold but dry, sunny and lovely blue skies. Friendly people and always felt safe.
Stayed at 4 star Three Corners Hotel Bristol 5 minutes walk to station/metro and half an hour walk to Elizabeth bridge.
Flights with Ryanair were fine and both arrived early. No delays. Return minibus transfers quickly arranged at Budapest airport and worked well.
Hotel was fine: good room with free wifi and staff were all friendly and helpful. Fairly extensive breakfast each morning and bar/hot drinks available. 24hr reception. TV channels limited.
Included RedBus sightseeing ticket was very useful as got good tour of city and could hop on/hop off and also use for night tour, walking tour and river cruise.
Visits to New York Cafe and Book Cafe upstairs at Alexandra bookshop on Andrassy were enjoyable.
Budapest is a lovely city and we found it relatively cheap.
All in all excellent break with no problems.
Top Tip:Use airport/hotel transfer available to book on arrival.
Included hop on/hop off tickets useful.
"Go for it"
Jacqueline Vernon stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in January 2015
Hotel five minutes walk from Kelert Train station and two minutes walk from bus stop into city center.Aldi on corner of hotel road so possible that delivery would wake you at about 6am. We were fine but heard this from another source.
Breakfast and room just the job for site seeing. Walked into town several times but a bit run down in places.
Hotel recommended two local restaurants. Only made it to Hungarian one which was absolutely fine if you didn't want gourmet-and very reasonable.
If over 65years show passport on bus and it is FREE.
John Leach stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in January 2015
We arrived at the hotel around midnight. The receptionist was very helpful and directed us to our room on the ground floor. We wanted extra pillows & the receptionist did his best to accommodate us but only had access to one pillow.
We had read criticism of the breakfast running short but we certainly didn't experience this. The staff were very pleasant and helpful at all times.
The hotel is in easy walking distance of the center and there is a pleasant park close by.
Jill Brocklebank stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in January 2015
Lovely comfortable hotel. Within reasonable walking distance of all sights. Area around hotel not good for restaurants etc and taxis not cheap. Breakfast good. Staff very helpful.
"Small friendly hotel."
Gillian Balderstone stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
Very clean and comfortable hotel. Only downside its approx 20 minutes walk to town centre, but otherwise excellent. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Top Tip:If you want to eat locally, try Hussar restaurant round the corner, it's good and very reasonably priced.
"Very good hotel in a great location."
Jennifer Hensman stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
A smart modern hotel, with basic but pleasant rooms.
All friendly & helpful staff.
Buffet breakfast was generous, only a shame that they did not serve dinner.
Top Tip:For one day their was no electricity due to maintenance, this meant between 8-4 no showers, lighting, heating, hot drinks or food. Warning: This happens once a year check before you go.
"Great little hotel."
Alan Smith stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
Very nice hotel with friendly helpful staff. Stayed for a long weekend and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. By UK standards It's probably more of a good 3 star than a 4 but I thoroughly recommend it and it is excellent value. It's a little out of town (20 minute walk) and the area is not the greatest but never felt unsafe walking around. Would definitely go back.
"Great for a city break"
Ann Barlow stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
Got a fantastic hotel deal, which included the City Bus Tour, well worth doing to get your bearings. The hotel is clean and comfortable (great shower and bed). Breakfast is very good and all the staff are lovely.
Only one thing missing - a hospitality tray.
Well worth the money, will happily go again.
Top Tip:Café Lado for great food and live swing music, ten minutes walk from hotel. Be warned, huge portions!
"Value for Money"
Evan Barrett stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in November, 2014. It is located just off one of the main streets which is just outside the main centre of Pest (15-20min walk). Although it is off one of the main streets you cannot hear any traffic in the rooms.
The included breakfast in the mornings catered for all and was of good quality.
Considering the location of this hotel we thought that it was extremely good value for money - or that could be because we visited as part of a package deal.
Top Tip:Get into breakfast early before they stop cooking.
"our stay at Three Corners Hotel Bristol"
Jenny Mclellan stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
The hotel was spotlessly clean. The room was bright and airy but was too hot for us. We turned the air con down to the lowest setting but was still too hot. This is probably due to the warm unseasonal weather. Breakfast was excellent, and there was a lot of choice. We were about a mile and a half away from the main town centre, but the walk made sure we burnt off any calories gained during breakfast. The only other problem was the pillows. Sounds petty but they were too soft and ended up around our head.
Overall though a very nice place to stay.
Andrew Parker stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
We stayed here as part of an exceedingly good value break in Budapest and had a great time. The hotel is clean and comfortable with friendly and courteous staff. Breakfast had everything anyone could wish for. On the down side, its location is not perfect being somewhat away from the main areas, that said you are not paying as much as you would pay in those areas and it is more than possible that the savings you make on the hotel would easily pay for taxis to anywhere you want. If you are reasonably fit it is only a 20 minute walk into the centre, no real hardship. On the plus side, this hotel is only a short walk from a genuine Hungarian restaurant, the Huszar only too pleased to welcome visitors and talk you through the many options. Cost of living here is cheap and we had three excellent three course meals here, including wine for about £30 - yes for both of us! There is an Aldi on the main road less than 5 minutes away, where a large bottle of lager will set you back 50p and an excellent Australian Shiraz all of £2.50.
Budapest is a fascinating city with many outstanding buildings. We had a fabulous time and thank Qwerty Travel for it.
Top Tip:It's always a good idea in large cities to use a hop on/off bus service just to have a look around and then to use it as a taxi service to visit the attractions that take your fancy. This was included in our holiday package along with a cruise on the Danube making the whole experience one of the best holiday bargains we have ever had.
"Very good hotel."
Thelma Battye stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
The hotel was very accommodating even before we arrived, arranging taxis to and from the airport and giving advise on nearby restaurants. Exceptionally clean and comfortable rooms. The buffet breakfast was plentiful with good choices. The situation of the hotel was only 3 metro stops from the centre, so ideally placed. I would certainly stay there again.
Top Tip:Decaffeinated drinks are not readily available in local cafés but better known chains can supply it.
Susan Corner stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
Very happy with hotel, the staff were very helpful and pleasant nothing was too much trouble. The only downside to the hotel was it was a very small reception/ bar area and after being out all day sightseeing it would have been nice to relax in a nice comfy chair.
Top Tip:No kettle in room but you could get hot drinks at reception, we did not find this until the next morning after a late flight.
Margaret Whalley stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
The hotel was excellent value for money extremly clean and in a good location
The breakfast was very good I would reccommend this hotel
Pauline Mcconnell stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in December 2014
From beginning to end our booking was fantastic. Staff at hotel were friendly and helpful and Budapest was amazing. The deal we got was fantastic value for money.
Will use this company again with confidence.
Victoria Jones stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
Couldn't possibly complain about a thing. Staff extremely helpful, very clean hotel. If I was to have one little and it is little complaint.. could do with miniature shampoo and conditioners in rooms :)
"A Jewel of a hotel"
Dr Ann Hanson stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
This was a truly excellent small hotel run by kind, friendly and experienced staff. Every one spoke perfect English and nothing was too much trouble.
The rooms were large well equipped and spotlessly clean. The rooms were twin beds made up as a double in the room but that was no problem and the beds were very comfortable.
We paid to have hot drinks facilities in the room which included a bathrobe as well, it was worth the small amount it cost but that does need clarification as it was not clear in was extra.
We asked for a blanket for the second night but were given an extra duvet within minutes.
It is a little distance from the Danube and City centre but we walked there and back every day.
The breakfast was perfect so much so that we only needed a small bite to eat mid afternoon which we made ourselves from food bought in the Aldi over the road, good spot for buying Hungarian bubbles for evening wine o'clock ( take a bottle opener).
We ate at local restaurants each evening all within 10 minutes walking distance or less.
Each meal we had was very good and value for money.
Cannot praise this mini holiday highly enough. Good for Qwerty Travel and Dylan!
Top Tip:There was some confusion about the name of the Hotel when we were booking transfer travel from the Airport. Best not to use the Three Corners name as there are two from the chain and nowhere near each other. Just use Hotel Bristol or Boutique Hotel Bristol. We landed late at night and were very glad we pre-booked Airport mini bus which took us door to door and same on return. This included at a sensible price would have been a welcome addition to the package.
Trips on Big Bus good but office is not easy to find and nearest stop to hotel is in the City.
Corrin Logsdail stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
A well located hotel just a 7 min bus ride from the main section of town or accessible in a 20n minute walk. The hotel itself was well presented, clean; the staff were very courteous and friendly. It was situated just off the main street so no major traffic would pass by, handy for those of us who want to get away from major cities like London! Breakfast was delicious and the usual buffet style with cereal, cooked, pastries, yogurts, teas and coffees with a generous serving time of 3 hours!
The room was modern, spacious and was given to us with 2 access cards. We were provided with 2 towels each and the standard shower items. The hotel was mainly couples or friends - I noticed one potential stag party but they hardly surfaced apart from breakfast and were clearly too tired to make a noise! The reception area had a nice seating area for weary travellers after a long day in the city and I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the hotel.
Susan Warnes stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
Hotel was lovely and clean with exceptional service throughout our stay Close to a Metro station which was not too difficult to understand. All had good English not only in the hotel but everywhere in Budapest This is a beautiful city with more than enough to do - only wish we had time to stay longer.
"Convenient for city centre"
Pauline Thomas stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
This hotel is situated about a 15 minute walk from the Danube on one of the main streets. It is about 300m from a subway station.
The hotel is clean and well appointed and served a very satisfactory breakfast consisting of both full English and continental.
The staff were very helpful and cheerful.
The one downside, if it is important to you, is the lack of kettle in the rooms to make a cup of tea.
Top Tip:Excellent hotel for a city break.
For reasonably priced Hungarian food try the Huszar just around the corner from the hotel. Genuine local food and violinist and accordian player for entertainment..
Christine Yaxley stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
Very much enjoyed our stay. Room better than anticipated.
Amanda Slade stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
The Hotel was great especially for the deal we had. The only thing I could say negative is that the inside of the shower cubicle had black mould around the bottom seals and door inside and a little outside which was a little off-putting.
The rest of the room and hotel was clean and tidy. The food was lovely and the staff were wonderful. Not important as we didn't spend much time in the room but for rainy nights after a lovely day out it would have been good to have a choice of TV channels? The two available in English were pretty dreadful :)
Top Tip:This is a great hotel with a great location with bus, tram and metro stops practically on the doorstep.
"Good all round hotel"
Jane Smart stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
Excellent choice of hotel for short break. Just outside city centre with quick transport links, two metro lines plus buses or twenty minute walk. Staff friendly and helpful. Good choice at breakfast to start the day.
Top Tip:Nearby restaurant Husyar excellent value and good Hungarian atmosphere with music.
"What a gem hotel"
Frederick Mawson stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
We stayed here for three nights and found our room impeccable.
Everything was new and very clean. Having our own safe was an added bonus. One thing we did miss was tea/coffee making facilities - it could be ordered for a small extra charge. Located close to the Metro station by a short walk through the park.
Top Tip:Use the hop on hop off buses, but the Big Bus (brown Buses) route is a long walk from the hotel. Two others pass bye the hotel street. A Hungarian Buffet meal - eat as much as you want is just a 5 min walk - excellent.
"November in Budapest"
Jannet Taylor stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
My husband and I, and our 2 friends, had a very pleasant stay at Three Corners Hotel Bristol Budapest. Rooms were very nice, and breakfast was excellent. The staff were very attentive and more than pleased to recommend local restaurants, which were very good, and also the staff were very helpful with directions, public transport etc.
We did quite a lot of walking, as it’s not in the centre of the town, nor close to the Danube, but we didn't mind.
Would definitely recommend this hotel, and also Budapest which is a great place to visit.
Paulette Page stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
We had a great experience there is lots to see as the history in Budapest is dry interesting. The food is very is very nice and inexpensive.. Three days is not long enough we would probably stay for a week during our next visit.
The hotel staff are very attentive and recommended great places to eat. I personally was disappointed with the breakfast as a result we ate elsewhere. Despite this we would stay at this hotel again.
"An excellent stay"
Rosemary Austin stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
As the price for this three night break was so very reasonable, we didn't expect the hotel to be too fantastic; however, we were wrong! From the moment we were welcomed at reception by a charming young woman, we had confidence in this hotel. Arriving early evening, we asked for recommendations for somewhere nearby to eat dinner; we were directed to a quirky but charming place around the corner, where a violin/accordion duo were providing exciting live music....Hungarian gypsy pieces....and this transported us straightaway into the local atmosphere.
The bedroom was clean, quiet and comfy....although our double bed had two single duvets on it which kept parting in the middle. Aside from this, the facilities were better than we expected for the price and we'd stay there again.
The area was quiet but fairly central, and we walked to a different restaurant each night to enjoy the excellent well priced food. Our deal included a free hop on- hop off bus ticket, a free Danube cruise and also a free walking tour...all very useful.
In summary, we had a brilliant stay in a lovely city and would book another stay with this company again.
"Couldn't fault it!"
Charlotte Simpson stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
My elderly mother and I have just returned from three nights at the Three Corners Hotel Bristol in Budapest and came away very happy indeed with our stay. The hotel was spotless, the breakfasts plentiful and, best of all, the staff were very friendly and helpful. The reception staff spoke excellent English and they really went out of their way to help us with local information, such as recommendations for good places to eat, and the bus tours. Couldn't fault it. A little out of the centre but city buses ran every few minutes and till quite late from very near the hotel to the centre.
Judith Lambe stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Budapest at The Three Corners Bristol Hotel. It was a lovely hotel and the breakfast that was provided was of a high standard.
The only comfort we missed was tea and coffee facilities in our room. We would certainly stay there again.
James Hamilton stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
Good friendly staff and good range of cooked and cold breakfast food available.
Only small downside is that it is about 30 minutes walk away from city centre and river.
Top Tip:No evening meal facilities in hotel, but 2 good restaurants at the end of road within a 5 minute walk if you don't fancy a longer walk into city centre.
Judith Crees stayed at the The Three Corners Hotel Bristol hotel in November 2014
We have stayed at many hotels for a short break. This undoubtedly is one of the best. We would give 5 star to everything.
Cleanliness I always look at the bathroom first - excellent.
Comfort - beds good. We are back suffers.
Location - near the metro 3 and hotel within walking distance.
Over 65's who have a EU passport travel FREE on all public transport.
Facilities - very substantial breakfast.
Service - staff all spoke English and very helpful.
The city is spotless. I didn't see any litter or dogs mess. I realise there will be not so clean areas but the touristy areas were fine.
Top Tip:Take swim costumes for the spas. We didn't and had to buy one. Sterling isn't accepted but euros are so no problem.