Hampton by Hilton opens at Bristol Airport
The 201-room hotel, the first to be based at the airport, is located just 250 metres from the terminal and marks another milestone in the company's airport journey.
Hilton pioneered the concept of the airport hotel with the opening of Hilton San Francisco Airport in 1959 and now has over 400 airports hotels across the world.
Hampton by Hilton's signature free, hot breakfast is included with every stay, and a 24-hour convenience hub with a selection of snacks and drinks for purchase is available to all guests.
The hotel is also a great accommodation option for business travellers, offering complimentary Wi-Fi, two meeting rooms, a 24-hour fitness centre with contemporary cardio, resistance and weights equipment and a business centre.
Guests with long airport layovers can take advantage of the hotel's day-rate option, starting from just £70.
Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport was built using an innovative construction technique designed and manufactured by CIMC Modular Building Systems, whereby segments of the hotel were built in a factory in China.
The developers used steel modular units as the building blocks for the hotel, before shipping them over to the UK and assembling the airport hotel on site.
The same construction technique has been used to develop the newly opened 155-room Hampton by Hilton Aberdeen Airport, serving passengers travelling to Aberdeen Airport Dyce.
Located just eight miles from the city centre and Bristol's main train station, the hotel provides multiple connections to locations across the UK.
Hampton by Hilton Bristol Airport is part of Hilton Honors, the award-winning guest-loyalty program for Hilton's 14 distinct hotel brands.
Hilton Honors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels save time and money and gain instant access to the benefits they care about most, such as an exclusive member discount, free Wi-Fi and a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of Points and money to book a stay. ■