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Hire Bristol Harbour Hotel ~ Sansovino Hall











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About Sansovino Hall

53-55 Corn Street, Bristol, BS1 1HT

Located in the heart of Bristol, boasting excellent transport links to the M4 and M5 motorways, Bristol Harbour Hotel is the perfect location for meetings, events and conferences.

The Sansovino Hall is Bristol’s most impressive events space. Once the former banking hall of the Lloyds Bank building, this grand room hosts a magnificent skylight, with an opulent detailed ceiling, providing a spectacular backdrop to seat up to 300 guests for a diverse range of occasions; from weddings, award ceremonies and art exhibitions, to corporate functions and Christmas parties.

Renowned architect William Bruce Gingell is behind the design of the former Lloyds Bank building. Inspired by Sansovino’s 16th century Library of St Mark in the Piazzatta at Venice, The Sansovino Hall offers remarkable historical detail and an abundance of character.

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Ratings & Reviews

Rob JoslingFebruary 15th, 2019

From the friendly welcome, to the amazing spa and treatment, through to the lovely room, my stay was wonderful. I have been to several spas and the young woman that provided me with a full body massage was the best I've had anywhere. So thoughtful and professional, I really came away relaxed and feeling amazing! The food here was nice and the location great. Will stay here again!


Claire RobinsonJanuary 1st, 2019

Glamorous, unique hotel with gorgeous bar serving unusual cocktails as well as the standard. Meticulously clean room. Lovely spa and gym. Service could have been delivered with more warmth and customer-care service


kelly-ann WhitakerFebruary 11th, 2019

Beautiful hotel, clean and spacious rooms. The bed was huge and super comfortable. The parking is a little bit of a nightmare and ended up costing us a lot of money.


Dan AddyFebruary 12th, 2019

Tiny room. Not great for business travel when you have to call reception for a ironing board and the WiFi doesn't really work. Better value and comfort available nearby for less.


Matt AherneFebruary 11th, 2019

Beautiful hotel that is decorated very well. Staff are tentative and very polite. The swimming pool is a bit on the small side for my liking but considering it's underground in an old building it's nice for a relaxing break more than a good workout. Food is well priced and prepared and presented very well. The cocktails are imaginative and we'll made. Music in the restaurant was slightly too loud for my liking but since they were playing music I liked it didn't bother me for long. Had a lovely stay and will definitely be staying at one of these hotels again.

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