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For the best weather, the summer months of July and August are the times to visit, when temperatures can reach the early twenties. Also in early August is the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, when different coloured hot-air balloons adorn the skies. It’s a great sight to watch, although the city is at its busiest at this time.Out of season, May, June and September are good times to visit, with temperatures still averaging around a pleasant 16°C. However, with plenty of indoor attractions on offer, the winter months are also an option; make sure to bring an umbrella though, especially in the wettest month of November.
For easy access to most of the main attractions in Bristol, stay in a hotel in the Old City. You can visit the impressive Bristol Cathedral, dating back to the medieval period, and listen to the choral evensong that takes place daily. Also within a five-minute walking distance is Queen Square, a Georgian park surrounded by huge trees. Regular shows and concerts are performed here as well.To the northeast, hotels in Clifton are a good option for families staying in Bristol. As well as the impressive Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Zoo is a great place to visit with the kids. Among the 50 species represented are gorillas, Asiatic lions and red pandas.For the colourful and vibrant side to Bristol, couples will want to stay in a hotel in Totterdown. The hilly streets are lined with terraced buildings in a whole range of colours, and the views of the city from the top are stunning. You’re not short of eateries either, with plenty of hip cafes and restaurants in the area.If you’re looking for a leafy spot outside of Bristol centre then try hotels in Redland. There are still plenty of independent shops and restaurants on offer, with Redland Green and The Downs providing opportunities for scenic walks.For somewhere central with easy access to shops, hotels around Bristol Shopping Quarter might be for you. At the heart of this area is Cabot Circus, a modern shopping centre with a chic design. As well as lots of cafes and restaurants, you’ll find popular high street brands such as Zara, Next and Monki.

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