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Broad Quay Serviced Apartments, Bristol, Bristol

Broad Quay Serviced Apartments
Central Quay
South Broad Quay


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BRAND NEW!!...Opening in May 2009, Max's Broad Quay serviced apartments are the perfect choice for those requiring short and long stay accommodation in Bristol for business travellers, holidaymakers and those relocating. Situated in a sensitive Conservation Area within Bristol's historic city centre, Broad Quay is now an attractive, modern development filled with restaurants, bars and shops.The apartments benefit from an unrivalled city centre location. The 71 apartments - a choice of studio, one or two bedroom apartments - are spread over 9 floors in a purpose built brand new block rubbing shoulders with a stylish mix of offices, restaurants and all the major retail brands. All apartments are finished to the highest specification and have fully fitted kitchens with all the necessary appliances, luxury fittings, flatscreen LCD TV’s, secure entry system, manned reception and an excellent central location. Modern powerful showers and stylish bathrooms, weekly linen changes and a welcome pack are all part of the service. There is also FREE wifi access too!Guests will also have the benefit of being able to use all the Radisson facilities such as meeting space, bar and free use of the gym and Spa area which will open in July 2009.Key attractions to look out for include Explore-At-Bristol and Millennium Square, Brunel's ss Great Britain, the Watershed Media Centre, Arnolfini and Spike Island art space.

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