The Lido Spa Bristol

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At the Lido you are invited to take time out and just do nothing.

The Lido is a cool, urban oasis tucked inside a courtyard of Georgian Terraces, nestled at the heart of historic Clifton, comprising of a spa, restaurant, outdoor heated pool, sauna, hot tub and steam room.

As befits this unique space, the spa prides itself on a special offering of tailor-made massages, using bespoke own-brand Lido oils. Whether you’re looking for deep relaxation, mood enhancement, body rejuvenation or simply a blissful facial, the talented therapists will find the perfect treatment for you. Massage treatments are all 60 minutes long and individually adapted to each individual.


You can pre-book a 2 hour session (swim, sauna, steam and hot tub) for £25 starting from 10am, booking slots are open every hour until 3pm (max of 4 people per time slot). This is now available 7 days a week.

Children’s access is restricted to the 2pm until 4pm slot and each child must be accompanied by an adult for one to one supervision in the pool only. The sauna, steam room and hot tub are not available for children’s use.

Spa & Dining packages

If you are looking to visit the Lido and would like to use the pool plus enjoy a meal or even indulge in a massage, there are some packages available to book even if you are not a member. Please note all packages are for adults only (18 and over). Please see the website or below for the latest offers.

The Restaurant

There’s a taste of Spain, Morocco and Turkey, amongst others, prepared using the finest ingredients. The restaurant is situated on the old viewing gallery of the Clifton Pool and retains the original character features of the Victorian building with modern floor to ceiling windows, allowing spectacular views over the pool.




  • Bar - Tapas Bar
  • Restaurant

Establishment Features

  • Lockers available
  • Number of treatment rooms

Key Features

  • Families
  • In town/city centre

Leisure Facilities

  • Massages
  • Outdoor pool
  • Sauna
  • Spa bath
  • Steam room

Specialist Features

  • Family Fun


Map & Directions

Road Directions

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Public Transport Directions

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The Lido


Oakfield Place, Bristol, BS8 2BJ
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Tel+44 (0)117 933 9530

Opening Times

Open (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

The kitchen, restaurant and bar will be closed in early January for refurbishment work, as such the restaurant bookings diary is currently closed and we hope to open it mid to late January.

Massage bookings and Guest Swims will also be unavailable for the first 2 weeks.

Due to ongoing works, massages from the 15th to 21st Jan are discounted to £50pp.

The Hot Tub will be closed for the rest of January.


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