Stayed here for three nights, It is 10 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads station. It is in a georgous old building in the heart of the harbouside which is a recent regeneration area, other hotels in the area are far more expensive. Rooms are basic, bunk beds, cupboard and sink, toilets and showers are along the hall, but the price reflects this. The last two nights I paid to have a 2 bed room to myself. On my first night I was due to sleep in a 6 bed dorm but they put me in a 4 bed dorm with ensuite instead on my own, which was lovely and ideal for a family or group. All staff was really freindly and helpful, and the communial areas were modern and well equipped. Overall if your happy with basic then this is a well recommended stay
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For good accommodation in Bristol city centre, this backpackers hostel makes a perfect base. Explore the harbourside and old city areas, visit the magnificent Avon Gorge - Brunel’s suspension bridge or enjoy Bristol’s cultural base of theatres, museums, art galleries and thriving live music and club scene. A former waterfront grain house, this Youth Hostel has been sympathetically restored to offer relaxed cosmopolitan surrounding, ideal for a cheap city break or weekend away.YHA members can enjoy free Wi-Fi in social areas at YHA Bristol! ... more less
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