PREMIER SUITES Bristol


Bristol will soon open a new temporary hospital at the University of the West of England’s Exhibition Centre. Similar to London’s NHS Nightingale hospital the aim is to increase bed capacity and provide additional support networks. The Exhibition Centre at the University of the West of England is recognised across the South West for its large facilities hosting a wide range of industry events for various sectors. If you are looking for a place to stay near to the ECC (UWE Bristol Exhibi...

Covid-19


As the circumstances around coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to evolve, we are continually updating our policies and procedures to ensure maximum safety and flexibility for our guests and employees. Please know that we are continuing to monitor the situation and will adhere to any recommendations issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and UK's National Health Service (NHS). We have a comprehensive statement available on our PREM Hospitality blog which is updated regularly in line with o...

Bungee Jumping


There are many facts about Bristol that are well known around the world; like our role in the UK’s maritime trade in tobacco, wine and cotton or that the famous the world's most famous pirate, Blackbeard is thought to have been born in Redcliffe. We’re here to tell you about the more obscure achievements, inventions and famous people that originated in Bristol, something to tell your friends about after your trip.  1. Random inventio...

Breakfast in Bristol


If there is one thing weekends were made for, it’s enjoying a leisurely and indulgent breakfast. Bristol is a hive of excellent places to eat for early risers, brunchers or those who love a lie-in and a late bite. A great Bristol breakfast isn’t hard to find so we’ve put together a short list of our favourite spots to grab a bite the morning, close to PREMIER SUITES, our short term apartments in central Bristol.  Portwall Tavern – 2-minute walk  If like us, ...

Water based activities Bristol


The rain seems to never let up here in Bristol. We’re lucky to get a stretch of dry days in summer and even less in Winter. Seeing as we’re already wet, why not try your hand at some of the amazing water-sports and water activities in Bristol, either in or close to the city. That way it won’t matter how much it rains! Here is a good selection of water activities some for the brave ones, and others for those who prefer a leisurely afternoon looking at the water instead of joining in! 1....