With the highly anticipated opening of the new Bristol Harbour Hotel fast approaching (October 17), Harbour Hotels reports that it has seen ‘a substantial number’ of bookings in advance of opening.
With nearly 2,000 dining covers already pre-booked across the next three months, the luxury new city venue has received significant local and national interest.
Fusing two iconic former bank properties to offer contemporary luxurious accommodation, the hotel has been carefully created to include 42 stylish bedrooms, the award-winning Jetty restaurant concept and Bristol’s impressive events space - right in the heart of the city.
With such a rich and fascinating heritage, the former Lloyds Bank building is one of the most talked about in the region – designed by renowned architect William Bruce Gingell, the building is inspired by Sansovino’s 16th century Library in the Piazzatta at Venice and bares a remarkable resemblance to the Venetian original.
Mike Warren, Managing Director of Harbour Hotels, said: “We are delighted to be introducing our award-winning Harbour Hotels brand to Bristol. With a prime position in the heart of this vibrant city, we are excited to not only attract new visitors with our luxury new hotel, but to provide Bristol’s most impressive events space as well as a Jetty restaurant as stand-alone offerings that are already being well received prior to opening.”
For more information see bristol-harbour-hotel.co.uk