Bristol Magistrates' Court was told the house where the girls were living, which cannot be named for legal reasons, effectively became a brothel.
The victims were placed in the home, which the court heard was supported housing, by social workers.
The men, one of whom is an asylum seeker who has been given the right to remain in the country by the Home Office, are accused of child sexual exploitation, which includes sexual activity at the home, as well as at the Premier Inn at St James Barton roundabout.
Said Zakaria, 21, also known as Target, of Seymour Road, Easton, is charged with sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl and rape of a girl aged 14 at the Premier Inn and the home.
Gama Mohammed, 32, also known as G, of Gordon Road, Whitehall, whom the court heard was an asylum seeker, spoke through an interpreter to confirm his name, age and address.
He is charged with rape at the same home and paying for the sexual services of a child at the Premier Inn.
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