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Hoteliers back ambitious plans for Bristol

The announcement of the latest phase of development at Ashton Gate Stadium has been welcomed by Bristol Hoteliers Association. The £100 million investment will include a new sports and convention centre next to the existing new developed Bristol City Football ground. Hotel owners and operators across the city have also backed YTL’s proposed extension of […]

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Bristol tourism tax would be devastating for city

A Bristol tourism tax could have a “devastating effect” on businesses and deter visitors from coming to the city. The outcry follows reports that a tourism tax should be introduced to help plug the council’s deficit, which, due to financial oversight and dwindling central government contributions, means Bristol City Council is facing a £108million deficit […]

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Bristol hotels enjoy a summer business boom

September 2017: Bristol’s hotels have enjoyed a bumper summer after hundreds of thousands of visitors flocked to the city to enjoy its many attractions and events. Hoteliers also benefited from displaced demand due to major events in nearby Cardiff, which did not have enough accommodation of its own. August 2017 saw the best weekend performance […]

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Association relaunches to support Bristol hotel sector

March 2017: An independent association has been relaunched in Bristol that will focus on promoting and protecting the interests of hotels located in and around the capital of the West Country. Called The Bristol Hoteliers Association, the non-profit organisation has reformed having provided guidance and help for those in the sector back in the 2000s. […]

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