Eat, Drink And… Go To The Theatre in the UK

September 21, 2012 on 11:11 am | In London, Performing Arts, United Kingdom, Webbandstand | Comments Off



With The Lion King already in residence at The Bristol Hippodrome and the Bristol Old Vic autumn season just about to launch following the theatre’s extensive refurbishment, The Bristol Hotel has created a couple of pre-theatre dining offers to entice audiences to stop off en route to the two venues, which are less than a five-minute walk away.

 

The River Grille is promoting “three courses for the price of two” from its table d’hote menu for all those who order between 5:30pm and 6:30pm, so the price per person is £19.95, instead of £24.95. The table d’hote menu offers four or five choices per course, including vegetarian dishes and lighter options, so customers don’t need to worry about falling asleep during the performance!

 

For those visiting from further afield, The Bristol Hotel has put together a Pre-Theatre Dinner Package, which includes overnight accommodation in a double room, a late afternoon/early evening two-course meal served from 5:30pm, a glass of bubbly and full buffet breakfast the following morning; free WiFi and use of the hotel’s gym come as standard, as does complimentary parking from 4pm Friday to 10am Monday and from 5.30pm to 9.30am during the week.

 

The cost of this Pre-Theatre Dinner Package starts at £139 per room per night and bookings are being taken up until 22 December 2012.  For more details, please visit www.doylecollection.com/bristol or call 0117 923 0333.

 

Of course, guests don’t need to be going on to either The Bristol Hippodrome or the Bristol Old Vic to take advantage of these offers, they might just as easily be heading to events at any number of venues around town including Colston Hall, the Tobacco Factory or the cinema at the Watershed.  Or they might simply like to eat early – particularly if they can enjoy a great value menu at the same time!

 

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Notes for Editors

The Bristol Hotel is located in the heart of the city, between the historic cobbled Narrow Quay and elegant Queen Square, just a few minutes’ walk from major cultural landmarks such as The Bristol Old Vic, Arnolfini, Watershed, SS Great Britain and M Shed, as well as the fabulous new shopping district of Cabot Circus.

 

The Bristol Hotel has 187 rooms and suites, which are among the largest and most luxurious in the city.  All of the rooms have been completely restyled, refurnished and re-equipped in the last few years, with the deluxe rooms and juniors suites having additional luxuries such as media hubs and Nespresso coffee machines.

 

The Bristol Hotel has an outstanding, self-contained Meetings and Events Centre with rooms for as few as six people or as many as 400.  Executive boardrooms, large breakout rooms and an impressive main suite are all equipped with the latest technology and luxurious decorative touches.

 

The Bristol Hotel is housed in a distinctive 1960s building, recognised as a prime example of the Modern architectural movement.

 

Executive Head Chef Kai Taylor has more than 21 years’ experience of high standard cookery and management in the hotel business, having been Head Chef at prestigious hotels including Copthorne Hotels, Chiseldon House Hotel and Parklands Hotel.

For more details, please visit the website: www.doylecollection.com/bristol

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