On the lookout for meeting rooms around Bristol for your book club, work get-together or something else along those lines but aren’t sure where to start your search? Let us help! Regardless if you want a waterfront meeting room around Harbourside, a cheap meeting room a bit outside the city centre, or even a free meeting room (they’re out there!), we’ve got the list you need. Bristol’s city centre and the suburbs are both absolutely packed with places and we know it can be a bit daunting to go through them all, so be sure to put your parameters into our search filters and see what you can find!
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So now that you’re taking a serious run at finding a meeting room in Bristol, what kind of options should you be on the lookout for? Well, you’ll be able to find a whole slew of hotels, restaurants and studios that are happy to hire out some of their spaces for private meetings. These are usually quite modern, well lit and very used to working to fit the specific meeting needs. More quirky places, or those that provide an undeniable wow factor, are also on the table. Some of Bristol’s well-known landmarks like Colston Hall or the Royal West of England Academy are renting out their iconic spaces for meetings too.
So then which parts of Bristol are the most popular for hosting meetings? Well, a good place to start looking would be all along the A38 as many hotels there offer their ballrooms and conference rooms for reasonable rates while allowing you a great deal of flexibility in size, amenities and decor. Just north of Castle Park in Broadmead is also a good area to poke around in, with some of the more old school venues located in that part of the city. If you don’t mind crossing Bristol Bridge (and dealing with a bit of traffic), have a look around Victoria Street. Heading south down the street is a great way to find some of the cheaper options in the city. It’s the go-to area for smaller gatherings, too!
Believe it or not, you can actually expect to hire some meeting rooms in Bristol at no cost. How, you might ask? Well, the answer is that there is a variety of venues in Bristol that operate on a minimum spend model. This means that they don’t charge anything at all for hiring out the venue itself as long as your group spends a certain amount on food and drinks. This can often be an excellent deal, especially for larger gatherings. While the price varies with size and services offered, you can expect to pay something in the neighbourhood of £350 to £1500. Not needing to worry about the turnout for the meeting when paying per head makes this option a good one for pure peace of mind.
In Bristol, it’s possible to hire a venue either by the hour or the day. Which pricing you choose will come down to whichever is the most budget-friendly for you. If you are planning a long meeting, it is probably more beneficial to hire per day rather than per hour. Per day or per session fees for hiring a meeting room in Bristol range between £250 to £400. When it comes to per hour pricing, rates range from £22 up to £50. (All data from Tagvenue.)
If you are on the lookout for affordable meeting rooms in Bristol, you should definitely check out areas like Bristol City Centre and Kingsdown. Prices for hiring a meeting room there start from £22 per hour! (All data from Tagvenue.)
Of course there are! In Bristol City Centre you can find meeting rooms tagged on Tagvenue as ‘Supervenues’. These are rooms with many positive reviews from our customers, who praise them for venue facilities, good communication with the manager and their helpful staff.
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