Venue and Accommodation
The conference will take place over one full day at the
Delta Hotel by Marriott Bristol City Centre, 2 Lower Castle Street, Bristol, BS1 3AD
Tel: + 44 117 929 4281
The hotel is situated in Bristol city centre, adjacent to Cabot Circus shopping area.
The Delta Hotel has a leisure club which is open 6:00am – 12:00am, 7 days a week for guests featuring both cardio equipment and free weights, plus a bar and restaurant.
The hotel is fully accessible from street level to the conference and exhibition area.
The hotel doesn’t have its own car park but there is Broadmead NCP situated next door. Spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis and if you are staying at the hotel you will get a discounted rate of £17.00 for the 24-hr period. For those attendees not staying at the hotel the rate will be subject to normal tariffs. There is additional car parking at The Galleries and Cabot Circus, both a short walk to the hotel.
The rail journey from London (Paddington) to Bristol (Temple Meads) takes approximately 1 hour 45 minutes, and then it is under 5 minutes by taxi to the hotel, or 15 minutes walking.
There are daily direct international flights to Bristol airport from Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt and Paris, as well as from several UK airports.
Overnight Accommodation Options
The conference offers a non-residential registration option only.
However, the hotel currently has availability for the night of Monday 16th October.
To book a room please call the hotel reservations line on +44(0) 800 221 222.
Bristol Visitor Attractions
The Clifton Suspension Bridge across the Avon gorge acts as a defining symbol for Bristol, designed by IK Brunel and completed in 1864.
A tour of the docks can take in another of Brunel’s masterpieces, ss Great Britain “the world’s first great ocean liner” as well as other historic sites.
Also visit the Matthew, a reconstruction of the ship (a caravel) from which John Cabot landed at Newfoundland in 1497, the first recorded European landfall in North America. The 32m high Cabot Tower was built 400 years later to commemorate his voyage – and his return to Bristol!