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Reviews - Future Inn Bristol

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Bond Street South , Bristol, BS1 3EN
The Future Inn Bristol is located in the city centre next to Cabot Circus, Bristol's newest shopping centre, close to the business district and within walking distance of nearby attractions such as Bristol Hippodrome, Explore@Bristol, and Brunel SS Great Britain. All our rooms are ensuite, air conditioned and spacious with a contemporary design and feel, and free local calls, TV internet access and parking in the adjacent multi storey Cabot Circus car park is included for overnight stays. The Chophouse Restaurant and Bar offers freshly prepared, locally sourced food, as well as local ales and cider.

For Breakfast:
Children from age of 0 to 5 years eat FREE
Children from 6 to 12 years eat for £5pp
Children 13 years old and above are considered an adult and will be charged full price (£9)
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Overall score Guest rating scores since September 2012 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 92 reviews
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93% recommended this accommodation to a friend 93% would stay again
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Great location, great hotel, great people...
A great LateRooms deal was matched by this modern hotel in close proximity to the Bristol shopping precinct and, coincidentally, to St Paul's, an area unfairly (in this writer's humble opinion) blighted by the media in the dim and distant past by racial tension (indeed, riots). None of this evident or in view as my young kids played with local children in a great, safe open area to the rear of the hotel while their itinerant parents overlooked them and chewed the fat with the locals in the next-door bar, which I suspect is very gay friendly, student oriented, and had a really good vibe to it. Altogether a great multi ethnic, multi racial, multi gendered area. It had a good community feel.
Meantime, back inside(!), the hotel had the feel of a good tourist and business destination, with staff well-trained in conversing in a familiar (e.g. friendly, but still respectful and business-like) manner.
I have stayed in every type of hotel imaginable, from pensions, to the Concord, Paris or the Helmsley, New York - this hotel rates exceedingly well in its core competitive sector, which presumably includes your Holiday Inns and Marriots. Food was surprisingly good value for a hotel, wide-ranging in terms of cuisine, and well presented - so much so that - unusually, for us - we didn't bother to seek eateries elsewhere. Rooms were well proportioned and pristine. Further, even though this was a business trip, we took our young and restless kids along, and tolerance of them and their needs was well met, with service extremely rapid to avoid long waits for drinks and food.
Add to this, there was (limited) free parking immediately in the hotel and, presumably, more nearby in residential streets.
A great hotel and clearly well managed. Thank you.

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Noel McPherson

From Braunton, UK
Who stayed in July 2013

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Quality accommodation in Bristol City Centre
Fantastic accommodation, very helpful staff and ideally located for Bristol City centre exploration. The rooms are cleverly laid out and well equipped. One of the key things to also take into account is that parking is free for the duration of the stay, but is in the multi-storey just a minutes walk from the hotel.

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Spencer B

From Crawley, UK
Who stayed in July 2013

Family with young children

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excellent
Suit for family as big room

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R smith

From Derby, England
Who stayed in July 2013

Family with young children

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First Class City Hotel

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Jack V

From UK
Who stayed in July 2013

Travelling alone

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We had a family stop over in bristol and booked this hotel because of other reviews. Finding the car park was a struggle due to road closures,other than that it was perfect for what we wanted

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Tim F

From Republic of Ireland
Who stayed in July 2013

Family with young children

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Nice clean good location for shopping
Nice hotel rooms functional

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Robert M

From UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Family with teenage children

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The sofa bed had a very thin mattress on it, and wasn't big enough for my son (who is 6.3") to lie on length ways. He slept lying diagonally across it and wondered if he may be more comfortable on the floor!

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J Jefferson

From Chichester, UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Family

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Not bad......
There were good areas and areas that could be improved.
Check in was easy, however after being asked 'Do we want breakfast?' And replying no, we were still informed that it had gone down on the bill but could be cancelled if we didn't want it.
Two out of three lifts were not working.
Breakfast was poor. (Yes we did venture down in the end!)
Location and use of Cabot Circus car pack was great, plenty of parking even arriving at lunchtime on a Saturday afternoon.
Shower was poor the water flow was a little more than a trickle.
The room was clean and so were the communal areas.
The best bit was the bed! It was amazing, spacious and comfortable and lots of pillows! Best bed ive slept in!

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Louise Jones

From Cannock, UK
Who stayed in June 2013

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We only stayed for one night - exellent location and parking was free in adjacent car park. The room was very well equipt and very clean. Bathroom spotless. Lovely big shower. We ate in the restaurant and the food was delicious and very reasonalble.

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KATHRYN P

From UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Couple

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Excellent accommodation & having free parking for Our stay a real plus

Reviewed by
Pauline Dixon

From North Bersted, UK
Who stayed in June 2013

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