Bristol City Centre

Bristol City Centre CAR HIRE

location address

New Thomas Street, BS2 0HZ Bristol

GDS-Code: BRS

opening hours

24-hour return
MO - FR:

08:00 - 16:00

SA:

08:00 - 14:00

Bank holidays:

09:00 - 14:00

How to find us Outside opening hours

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Nearby Locations

Other SIXT branches in the vicinity of Bristol City Centre

Our current car hire offers

4 Reasons to rent with SIXT at Bristol City Centre

Central location

Situated in the heart of the city, SIXT Bristol City Centre car hire is easy to access via train or car. 

Modern fleet

Select from compact cars for city driving, premium saloons for families and people carriers for exploring Bristol with a larger group. 

Great prices

SIXT Bristol car hire offers competitive prices on premium car hire in Bristol to meet any budget. 

Great service

The committed SIXT customer team can help you find the perfect hire car to suit your needs. 

Bristol City Centre car hire

If you need a car hire in the Bristol City Centre, SIXT has a modern fleet of premium vehicles. Whether you’re in Bristol for work, or taking a short break in the vibrant city, you can reserve one of our vehicles for the day or week. Cruise around the city centre in a luxury saloon or take the family for a spin in a comfortable estate. For even more passengers we have both MPVs and minibuses available at our branch. Bookable extras include sat nav so you can find your way and car seats for children, so you don’t need to bring your own.

If you are looking for van hire in Bristol, then you can also pick one up from our city centre branch. We have a variety to choose from for just transporting a piece of furniture or for moving house completely.

Bristol City Centre car hire

SIXT’s location in the Bristol City Centre

The SIXT Bristol City Centre car hire branch is conveniently located half a mile from Temple Meads train station. To get there on foot, walk through the car park and go north along Frairy. Turn right onto Temple Back E and cross Valentine Bridge. Continue straight along Glass Wharf, turn right on Avon Street and left onto New Kingsley Road. Turn left onto Russ Street/New Thomas Road where you will find our Bristol City Centre car hire on your left. If you are taking advantage of SIXT’s 24-hour car return, simply park the hire car on the street and deposit the key in the key box to the left of the gate. 

Explore Bristol with SIXT car hire

Your SIXT hire car will let you discover the best of the Bristol City Centre. Top cultural attractions include the St Mary Redcliffe Church and the M Shed Museum. Visitors can also explore Wapping Wharf which is a popular hub for foodies and has plenty of shops. When the weather’s good, drive over to Castle Park and enjoy a picnic overlooking the water.  

Sixt Services in Bristol

Skip the queue with the SIXT app - Contactless and fast

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1. Select exact car in the app

Choose the exact vehicle you'll drive 30 minutes before pick-up. Push messages from the app must be activated.

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2. Go directly to the car

No waiting at the counter. The SIXT app will guide you to the location.

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3. Open the car via the app

Unlock the car with just one click in the app. The rental agreement is created at the same time.

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Enjoy your ride!

Get in and drive off. The vehicle key is in the glove compartment.

FIND OUT WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY ABOUT US!

  • 4.0 / 214 Ratings

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Collection was said to be from 'Bristol Temple Meads' on 'Station Approach', with its own postcode. I was driven there in a car - through traffic and one way systems. There was no Sixt branch there. Totally misleading and daft.

Collect and drop off are actually at the same location! Why don't they stop calling it 'Temple Meads' and just call it what it is? By the time I got there to collect the car, I had been stuck in traffic, had my time wasted on a wild goose chase to the train station, totally cheesed off and then faced with a very nice and cheerful staff member who I did not have the heart to take it out on. I was polite to him, but some people won't be and Sixt are exposing their staff to the annoyance of many customers when it is avoidable. Not fair on them.

I noticed that the customer over at the next counter was in EXACTLY the same situation - very frustrated, annoyed, and having wasted time in traffic going to Bristol Temple Meads Station Approach. A terrible start to the transaction. I'm still annoyed almost a week later.

Everything else was good. Vehicle was lovely.

3 other comments:

1) The Van had only one front seatbelt - until we dug around and found the second point trapped under the seat - but that should have been checked and was not at all obvious.

2) There was no contact number ANYWHERE on the various emails and materials - when I was cheesed off at Temple Meads, I tried to ring the branch to ask for help - but there was no number anywhere. That suggests nobody has time to deal with telephone enquiries. That suggests not enough staff and that some bright spark decided to just abandon providing any sort of telephone help.

3) Lack of telephone number was not ideal during the hire. You couldn't ask anything - you just had to hope. The seatbelt issue was one such thing.

 

The Centre branch is on New Thomas Street. You get there by going to New Thomas Street. It has its own post code. Just forget the 'Temple Meads' branch nonsense - and forget about 'Station Approach' because there is nothing there to do with Sixt except confusion, annoyance and another drive through the lovely Bristol Traffic.