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Bristol (City)

Midway between Wales, Cornwall and the historical cities of Bath and Gloucester, the capital of the South West is also a leading destination for culture and science, establishing itself as one of Britain's most popular tourist destinations.

Bristol, Southwestern England's largest city and a major historical port, is a rising UK destination.

Bristol benefits from the ongoing development of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, a 70-ha urban regeneration project with office buildings dedicated to high-tech, low-carbon and creative industries. Most importantly, Bristol's Filton Airport is one of Europe's largest aerospace hubs: Airbus, BAE Systems, GKN Aerospace and Rolls-Royce are settled on the site. The unemployment rate fell since 2010 and stands below 3% as of the end of 2016.

The Bristol area hosts 39 chain hotels offering 5,139 rooms as of January 2017.

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5,139 rooms Corporate operated chain supply as of 01/01/2017 (rooms)

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