20 DECEMBER 2010

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Article from BTNews 20 DECEMBER 2010

Bristol Airport on-site hotel

Planning permission has been given for a new hotel at Bristol Airport.  The 251-room property hotel will be located close to the terminal building and is designed to be eco-friendly, minimising the consumption of energy, materials and water through the selection of construction materials and technologies that lessen site wastage and that are locally sourced wherever possible.

An internationally recognized hotel brand will be selected over the course of the next few months, in partnership with the developer, Pedersen Airport Hotels who already owns three hotels in Bristol – the Novotel on Victoria Street, the Mercure on Welsh Back and the Ibis at the Temple Quay.

Bristol Airport is currently the ninth largest airport in the UK measured by passenger numbers, but is the only one of the top 15 airports in the country without on-site hotel accommodation.  However it still lacks safe dual carriageway road access. www.bristolairport.co.uk

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