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Welcome to Aztec - A Shire Hotel and Spa

Address: Aztec West, Almondsbury, Henbury, BS32 4TS

Hotel Description

With an award-winning restaurant and luxury spa, this 4-star hotel offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. Aztec - A Shire Hotel & Spa is just off the M5 motorway, 15 minutes’ drive from Bristol centre. The elegant bedrooms feature air conditioning and ground coffee with fresh milk. All rooms have a satellite TV, and a luxury bathroom with fluffy robes and designer toiletries. The restaurant has an AA Rosette, and features cosy open fires and a spacious terrace. The international menu includes fresh, local produce, and the bar offers a range of fine wines. The modern spa has an indoor swimming pool and a fitness centre. Guests can relax in the sauna, steam room and spa bath, or try indulgent treatments in the beauty salon. Aztec - A Shire Hotel & Spa is situated in Almondsbury Business Park, just a 10-minute drive from Cribbs Causeway Shopping Centre. Parking is available on site for an additional charge, but is free on weekends.

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  • Laundry Service
  • Massage

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