Leonardo Hotel, Bristol Glassfields launches ahead of summer staycations

The newly built Leonardo Hotel Bristol Glassfields is set in the heart of Bristol, just steps away from the river and between the city’s financial and shopping district.

This is the company’s first hotel in Bristol and its 13th site in the UK. Featuring contemporary interiors made from sustainable materials, the hotel is BREEAM certified.

The hotel has been designed for business travellers now working in a hybrid way to hot desk in the connectivity area, bar or in Leo’s restaurant, while also bringing comfort and style to guests looking for a UK break as staycations return.

“After expanding our offering in the capital, we are very excited to be launching in one of the UK’s most vibrant cities and in such a central and accessible location,” says Jason Carruthers, managing director for Jurys Inn and Leonardo Hotels UK.

“Bristol is a city renowned for its arts, music and hospitality scene, as well as independent shopping to match its independent spirit. The hotel is footsteps away from music venues and theatres as well as some of the best dining and shopping in the city. We’re looking forward to becoming part of it.”

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