Helpful Bristol Airport Information
Whether you need to change some currency, buy some last minute holiday bits and pieces, or you’re simply feeling a bit peckish, you can do it all at Bristol Airport.
There are plenty of shops, currency exchange points, bars and restaurants to fill your time and make sure you have everything you need for the perfect holiday.
From Superdrug and WH Smith, to Dixon’s Travel Store and Claire’s Accessories, there’s a good selection of shops available at Bristol Airport.
Whether you want a pair of sparkly new sandals for your summer holiday from Accessorize or a gripping novel to read on the plane from the wide selection at The Book Shop, you will no doubt find what you’re looking for.
Traveling through an airport wouldn’t be complete without the obligatory trip to the World Duty Free store, where you can purchase a whole host of items from fragrance and cosmetics to designer clothing and accessories.
Plus, if you’re organized you can even order online beforehand and collect your items before you fly or upon your return if you wish.
Eating at the Airport
With over eight different bars, restaurants and cafes to choose from at Bristol Airport, you won’t struggle to find a place to while away the time.
If you’ve exhausted the shopping or just in need of some refreshment to help you relax before flying, you can choose between the Brunel Bar & Kitchen, Burger King, Dexter’s Restaurant, Caffé Ritazza in arrivals, Cabin Bar, Soho Coffee Co. or Starbucks.
Starbucks and Soho Coffee are the perfect venue for a good cup of coffee and morning pastry, whereas those looking for a more substantial meal before a long flight might may want to opt for the tasty menu at Dexter’s or why not enjoy a relaxing glass of wine and a touch of fresh air at the new Cabin Bar with its open air roof terrace.
Bristol Airport Lounges
Maybe you’d like a bit of added luxury or simply some peace and quiet? If so, the Aspire Lounge may appeal. It offers all food/snacks, all drinks hot/soft/alcoholic as well as newspapers & magazines, TV and all in relaxing and quiet surroundings.
Take a tour of our Bristol airport lounge options to find the lounge that suits you best, whether you’re traveling for business or with children.
If you hate queuing to go through the security checks before the departure lounge, you can take the Fast Track Security passenger. This will not only take the stress out of queuing, but means you can maximize your time in the airport for shopping, eating and relaxing too.
The Fast Track Security channel costs a reasonable £3.95 and can be pre-booked or purchased on the day.
For those needing Internet access, Bristol Airport does provide Wi-Fi access with the first 30 minutes free of charge, for longer periods there is an additional charge and they also have printer facilities too, just in case you lose your online boarding pass.
Car Parking at Bristol Airport
There are several secure car parks to choose from when flying from the airport; these include parking on the airport or parking at a nearby parking facility where you are transferred to the airport by a shuttle bus.
Parking a car at a Bristol Airport parking facility provides passengers with the knowledge that their car is safe and secure. The car parks have floodlighting, CCTV and are manned 24 hours a day.
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Hotels at Bristol Airport
Bristol offers a large number of airport hotels allowing travelers to enjoy a relaxing overnight stay before traveling abroad. Some Bristol Airport hotels come with parking facilities, which allow you to save even more money.
With the large selection of airport hotels in Bristol we have on offer, which include Winford Manor Hotel and the Holiday Inn, travelers can save up to 60% off normal rates.
For more details on the Bristol airport hotels please visit our Bristol Airport Hotels page.