CELEBRATE NEW YEAR IN BRISTOL'S NEWSEST FOUR-STAR HOTEL

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By hrbrsd | Wednesday, December 18, 2013, 11:40

Bristol's newest four-star hotel is putting on a night of glamour so that party goers will be able to see in the New Year in style.

Following a £5 million refurbishment, DoubleTree by Hilton, Bristol City Centre is already in full festive mood and the chance to toast 2014 in the city's newest and most up-to-date four-star venue is one that will guarantee a night to remember.

Before its major overhaul, the venue, which is located next to St Mary Redcliffe Church on Redcliffe Way, was the place to be if you wanted to do a bit of celebrity spotting.

The unique Kiln restaurant and old hotel attracted some of the world's best known names including George Best and Muhammad Ali.

Although the management can't promise such well known personalities will be in town this New Year, they have pulled out all the stops to make sure all guests not only have a fantastic time but are given the five-star treatment worthy on any A-list celebrity.

Upon arrival guests will be able to sip chilled champagne or their favourite cocktail. This will be followed by a sumptuous five-course meal in the newly decorated ball room followed by music and dancing until the early hours.

John Dowling, general manager said: "This is the first New Year celebration since the hotel became a DoubleTree.

"The response we've had to the change has been fantastic and the New Year's Eve party will reflect the four-star status this hotel now enjoys and we can't wait to welcome all our guests old and new to enjoy our own first class take on hospitality."

For further information please visit www.bristolcitycentre.doubletreebyhilton.com or call 0117 926 0041

      

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