Econo Lodge Bristol is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Bristol, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Econo Lodge Bristol offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Econo Lodge Bristol, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bristol Gardens and Grill, which is a cafe that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Bristol, check out a historic site, such as Downtown State Street.
Enjoy your stay in Bristol!
Not much to write home about here. Cheap place to stay and when you're only there for the night then that's all that matters. Looks like they have done a few upgrades now that I look at all the posted picture.
This was a last-minute reservation, so we had few options. We were here for a NASCAR race and paid about $250 a night for the room. I would have rather packed my tent and paid to sleep at a campground. A room with no "do not disturb" tag should have been our first clue as to what the weekend would bring. The furniture does not match, the curtains had stains and bleach/wear spots. The air conditioner made enough noise to keep me awake, and I like to sleep with noise. The bathtub faucet would not stop running and there was a terrible rust spot/wear mark in the tub from the leak. The wall behind the toilet was wet and the drywall was peeling, and rotten material was falling on the floor. We didn't have hand towels in the bathroom the first night. The toilet didn't flush well, had to be flushed several times. The agent checking us in didn't make eye contact and said my room # out loud in front of others checking in, which really made me uncomfortable. On the second night we returned to 2 cop cars at the hotel and several cops walking around hotel, never did figure out what was going on.…
Checked in after midnight. There was a sign saying someone wasn't at the desk but to use the phone outside to call for assistance. I saw there was a doorbell, so I pressed that as I felt going back outside to use the phone was silly. I did end up going outside and saw someone come from out the back so I went in. Apparently it was the owners younger son? He might of been 15 or 16. He then had to call his mom to check me in. They were speaking foreign language so I wasn't sure what was going on. I did get my room. Nice faux hardwood floors. Room was clean, good amount of outlets, WiFi worked well. Shower was decent, good hot water. Plenty of TV channels. Bed was comfy. I noticed along the back fence were TONS of water jugs. I have no clue why. I went to check out at 11am, and once again nobody was there and the sign was up saying to use the outside phone. A guy came out from the back. He then said something I could hardly understand, but he was telling me to wait here, as he had to call someone! Then another lady comes in. I did ask if I could pay her in cash instead of leaving it on my card, but apparently that wasnt possible. I rated this 3 stars due to the confusing customer service and the mysterious water jugs everywhere.…
Everything was ok, as expected for an Econo Lodge, until I opened up the rollaway bed and saw a cigarette hole and found a bug. It was late, and we had no other choice, so, despite my daughter's screams and protests, I took it off and brushed off the bed, and used the bed anyway. But I saved the bug and complained about it in the morning first thing. The woman at the front desk just gave me a glazed stare, and made a lame excuse that it was a bug that the authorities sprayed over the land to feed the wild turkeys. I can't verify that. But I have pictures of it. I asked her to talk to the manager about it. When we came back for breakfast a bit later, she was standing next to the manager, and asked me, "Is everything ok now?" What did she expect me to say? I said yes, except for the problem we discussed. Nothing else was said or done. No apologies. No compensation. Very unprofessional. Steer clear of this place!…
We were invited to Bristol for a birthday party. Not knowing the area we asked a friend where to stay. He suggested the closest place to stay was the Econolodge. We thought he was playing a trick on us, but we booked a room for one night. When we checked in we were pleasantly surprised. The room was renovated and upon inspection we discovered it was very clean. We were happy with the room. Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't want to spend a week here, but for our needs it was perfect and we wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.