Take the stress out of Easter planning and book a relaxing mid-week mini break together. Whether it’s a one-night stopover or a four-night retreat, why not seize the opportunity to enjoy leisurely brunches, lazy morning wake-up calls, and soothing spa days at Aztec Hotel and Spa. However you decide to spend your time, you’ll check-out feeling completely re-energised.
This package also includes a few extra special touches including a chilled bottle of champagne on arrival, a £30 per-person, per-night dinner allowance in the hotel’s AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, Curious Kitchen, as well as a full English breakfast on both mornings. Guests are also able to enjoy spa access throughout their stay and take advantage of a 10 per cent discount off any pre-booked treatments.
Based on two people sharing, prices for a one-night stay start from £115 per person.
Based on two people sharing, prices for a two-night stay start from £110 per person, per night.
Based on two people sharing, prices for a three-night stay start from £110 per person, per night.
Based on two people sharing, prices for a four-night stay start from £110 per person, per night.
Easter Sunday lunches – taste the season
This Easter Sunday, let the hotel’s team of talented chefs do all the work and serve up a decadent spring-infused feast. Whether it’s a family get-together or a quick re-fuel after a wander around Bristol, Sunday lunch is always a good idea.
Packed full of locally sourced ingredients and flavours to suit all tastebuds, guests can enjoy a fantastic dining experience at the hotel’s award-winning Curious Kitchen restaurant. Choose from Roast ‘Rare’ Beef, Fish of the Day, or why not sample the Roasted Beetroot and Local Goats Cheese Risotto*? The offering also includes all the traditional trimmings, from homemade Yorkshire puddings to a medley of seasonal vegetables.
*Subject to availability. Prices and ingredients may vary.
School’s out, plans are in. For those searching for adventure in Bristol, Aztec Hotel and Spa is an ideal holiday destination. The hotel also boasts the ultimate family-friendly ‘VI Little P’ package – expertly designed for little guests on-the-go. The group’s Signature family rooms include a great big king size bed for the adults and bunkbeds for children under the age of 12, so there’s plenty of space to unwind in after a busy day exploring.
Aiming to go above and beyond for their little guests, children will find a fun-filled welcome pack when they arrive. During their stay, each child gets their very own fluffy ‘VI Little P’ bathrobe, personalised cookie, fresh milk, tempting snacks and an exciting Easter-themed activity pack to keep them entertained throughout their visit. In the restaurant, young diners will find a delicious menu filled with all their favourite dishes. Aztec also has a pre-bookable children’s cinema club, complete with beanbags and popcorn. And let’s not forget about the large indoor pool which offers children’s ‘splash times.
Who let the dogs in? – the pawfect getaway
As dog lovers, the team at Aztec Hotel and Spa takes care of their four-legged guests from the moment they check-in to the moment they ‘wag’ their tail goodbye. Upon arrival, beloved pets receive their very own comfy bed as well as an exciting ‘Waggy Tails’ welcome pack – complete with food bowls, fresh water, toys, poop bags, blankets and personalised dog biscuits. Each of the dog-friendly rooms are conveniently located on the ground floor, with their own entrance, so guests and their furry best friends can come and go as they please.
All canine companions are more than welcome in the hotel bar and lobby areas, while also enjoying the outdoor space surrounding the property.
Finally, for every dog that stays, Aztec is donating 50 per cent of the surcharge to Dogs Trust.
During your stay at Aztec Hotel and Spa, there’s plenty to see and do, from local landmarks and historic sights to unique and memorable moments.
Famous for its position as a coastal city, Bristol has a long history of maritime innovation. That’s why there are plenty of aquatic adventures to take part in to throw yourself into this fascinating backstory. There is the famous SS Brunel, the world’s first great ocean liner and Bristol’s number one attraction, or perhaps Bristol Aquarium is more your style?
School might be out, but that doesn’t mean the learning stops during Easter. If you want something that mixes education with fun, We The Curious is a must-see.
Established in 1807, Lancashire-based, family-owned Daniel Thwaites boasts a unique collection of award-winning inns, hotels, and spa hotels across England.
For more information or to book your visit to Aztec Hotel and Spa, please contact the reservations team on 01454 201090 or email email@example.com
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