22 APRIL 2019
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Claimed to be the oldest hotel in its home city, the Bristol Marriott Royal has completed a multi-million-pound restoration designed to capture and preserve the 150-year-old Victorian heritage of the building and its West Country surroundings.
The refurbishment programme at the hotel, which overlooks College Green and the neo-Gothic surrounds of Bristol University, has covered all the 226 rooms and 16 suites, six meeting rooms and 20 breakout rooms.
Also given a new look are the hotel’s event spaces, said to be among the most spacious in Bristol, including the iconic Grade II listed Victorian Palm Court room which has been meticulously restored.
Designed by Ashley McCabe, the renovation of the suites has been inspired by the nearby Bristol Cathedral and Bath Stone, which also adorns the exterior. Each suite features upgraded amenities including four-poster beds while the refurbished bedrooms offer quality bedding and large desks.
The hotel also provides a culinary destination in a Miller & Carter Steakhouse plus a flagship restaurant for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner as well as an extensive bar list.
Other facilities include a fitness centre with an indoor pool, well-equipped gym and a day spa.
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