The Development

We look forward to bringing this site back to life through an exceptional, sensitively designed 4-star Clayton Hotel and conferencing facility for the Dalata hotel group. Dalata has unrivalled expertise in hospitality and hotel management, and they fully appreciate the unique value of this site as the location for their first hotel in Bristol.

Nelson St

The mixed-use development converts and alters the existing former NatWest Court offices to create the new hotel with conference facilities, as well as providing flexible space to accommodate retail or co-working offices and 24 1-bed and 2-bed residential units, bringing more activity and public use to all sides of the site.

Broad Street

The Everards Printing Works building, with its unique Art Nouveau façade, is set to become the grand entrance of the hotel, leading to a light atrium with a grand feature stair connecting the reception foyer to hotel bedrooms and the conference centre. The front of house areas located on the ground floor will include a bar, restaurant, servery, guest WC’s, gym and café, while the conference centre will comprise a large break out area, 6 meeting suites, 2 function rooms/meeting rooms, a reception and servery.

Hotel

Broad Street

The introduction of active frontages and streetscape improvements support the vitality and viability of the centre throughout the day, and we anticipate that this development will be a real asset to Bristol.

John Street

Everards Printing Works

Outstanding mixed use development in the historic city centre of Bristol creating a thriving hotel, leisure and residential quarter

  • 255 bedroom 4 star hotel for Dalata Hotel Group, Ireland’s largest hotel operator with a portfolio of 39 hotels
  • 24 one bed and two bed apartments, co-working space & retail units for Artisan Real Estate
  • Carefully planned landscape and public realm works to increase connectivity and legibility between the site and the immediate surroundings
  • Creation of new employment, living and leisure opportunities to benefit the local community