53-55 Corn Street, Bristol, BS1 1HT
Period Building, Art Deco Style Bar, Underground Spa, Afternoon Tea.
Bristol Harbour Hotel is housed in one of the city's most spectacular buildings; designed by renowned architect William Bruce Gingell, and inspired by Sansovino’s 16th Century Library of St Mark in the Piazzatta at Venice. The building dates back to circa 1850, when it was formerly home to two banks. The Harbour Hotel Group has immaculately restored the building and kitted it out with contemporary interiors while retaining much of its period charm.
Food & Drink
Bristol Harbour Hotel's Jetty restaurant serves simple, fresh food in a stylish and relaxed environment. The menu caters for all tastes, with everything from seafood to thick-cut, dry-aged steaks and indulgent desserts – all expertly cooked under the culinary supervision of renowned Chef Director John Pollard. Guests can also book themselves in for a bottomless brunch every Saturday or a quintessential afternoon tea; featuring freshly baked cakes, scones and sandwiches. For drinks, make sure you head to the speak-easy inspired Gold Bar. With its quirky artwork and colorful fabrics, cosy corners and decadent chandeliers; its the perfect place to grab yourself a cocktail, a craft beer or a glass of wine.
The hotel's underground spa is quite the experience. Featuring five treatment rooms, a heated swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sauna, a steam room, a fitness suite, and a relaxation area - they haven't missed a trick with these luxurious offerings. Whether you opt for a facial, a massage or a manicure, treatments are affordable and start from just £30.