Premier Inn Bristol East - Emersons Green
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
Photos of Premier Inn Bristol East - Emersons Green
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Bristol East - Emersons Green
Travel Blogs from Bristol
Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...
Given the "budget" hotel room we wondered what the "budget breakfast would be like. Only a basic "continental" but not too bad. More importantly for the kids in seems, the jam selection included "Nutella" packets.
We walked down to Cardiff Bay to go to the Dr Who Experience. On the way we passed the Millennium Dome and a special place for Tristan - the waterfall sculpture that contained the 'secret' doorway to the Torchwood (a scifi TV series). After ...
Not a good start to the day, Ian was sick from food poisoning - possibly the beef and ale pie from last night.
It was only a short drive to Pembroke castle. The wind was blowing cold but the castle was well worth the entry fee. We climbed all the towers, walked all the walls, down to the cavern, looked in the dungeon, and up the spiral staircase to the top of the round keep. The castle was in ...
... of the beach. This festival takes place between April and October and changes theme each year. This year's theme, 'Once upon a time’, was interpreted in some beautiful sand sculpture. A sandy Paddington Bear greeted visitors at the entrance. Beyond the entrance were sculptures of novels such as Matilda, Beatrix Potter, Gulliver’s travels, Black Beauty, Alice in Wonderland, The Brothers Grimm Fairytales and the Lion, the Witch and the ...
... your stupid oversized suitcase into the luggage rack, and the other passengers (possibly accompanied by ordinary smiling dogs on leads, something I find utterly charming but I can imagine would alarm the Aussies) apologise all the time, for everything. "I'm so sorry, I exchanged seats with a woman up the front to allow her to sit next to her son, so I'm going to need to sit here next to you, I do apologise!" *cough* "oh, I'm sorry, excuse me!" (Reaches into pocket of jacket ...