Urban Roof Terrace

Mon, 07/04/2016 - 14:03 -- jroberts

Urban Roof Terrace

Bar-Restaurant

0.5 miles
Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, 2 Lower Castle Street, Old Market, Bristol, BS1 3AD
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Thu, 08/04/2016 - 15:08 -- Administrator
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Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre is located right in the heart of it all – close to everything Bristol has to offer, from theatres and the harbour to shops, bars and restaurants. However, you’re sure to want to spend a bit of time sampling the hotel’s contribution to the food and drink scene. The Marriott’s Urban Roof Terrace is a popular destination for both hotel guests and visitors alike. Emblazoned with vivid artwork created by Cheo – a graffiti artist whose work Bristolians will instantly recognise – the terrace is already a favourite hangout for long summer days. Classic cocktails with a twist, such as Passion Fruit Mojito and Elderflower 33, flow freely with a two-for-one offer every day from 4pm until 7pm, and the food is delicious too. Burgers, pies and sandwiches are the order of the day. Burgers are stacked high and come filled with numerous tempting combinations, including venison accompanied by egg, avocado, bacon, cheese and pineapple.

If you’re not after a big meal, you could always cool down with an ice cream sundae, or unwind with a freshly brewed Starbucks coffee. The hotel is a wonderful place to stay, boasting a swimming pool and spa, comfortable and stylish rooms, and friendly staff. Whether you live in Bristol or are just visiting, you need to try Urban Roof Terrace for yourself.


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Opening Hours:
Mon:8am-late
Tues:8am-late
Weds:8am-late
Thurs:8am-late
Fri:8am-late
Sat:8am-late
Sun:8am-late

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