We turned up and was told that we could get our room at 3pm, so we went around town and took in the sights. Returned at 3pm and settled in. It was raining more heavily now and so we took advantage of the lounge. It could have done with a little more furniture as there were lots of guests who wanted to duck the rainy streets but there wasn't much space. Luckily for us, our children went to play pool (£5 deposit and 50p a game). The room was OK - it wasn't too warm though and the radiator had been turned off completely and it took ages for the room to warm up once we had put the radiator on. The breakfast was nice and served quickly with plenty to eat. We're veggies but weren't offered any alternatives for the meat. It may have been there had we asked but the guy serving was spending more time round the back than serving, so he seemed really busy. Overall, this is quite expensive for what is meant to be a cheaper alternative.
- 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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