If you are visiting bath and are interested in the various historical bath hotels then you should consider using our search tool above to find the best deals on hotels in bath. There are a multitude of hotels bath has to offer, as well as hotels near bath which offer a little more tranquility but are a short commute into the classically styled city. Make sure you also consider a bespoke Bath B&B too, aside from cheap hotels in Bath which tend not to be hotels in bath city centre - you'll find that a B&B Bath has available may actually be very close to the centre instead. Thus you end up spending less for more and for the prime Bath accommodation and location. We've included a couple of B&Bs in the listing, as well as some chain hotels and traditional hotels that we've stayed in ourselves. So there's quite a few options listed below - keeping in mind that there are over 200 hotels and accommodations available using our search tool - which you can use above to find great deals on your dates.
At roomapedia.com as you've probably read from page to page we tend to favour beautiful facades and interiors, Francis Hotel has that classic Bath feel to it with very well finished interiors. Every room is a little bit special and unique with drawings on walls and unique colours
The Abbey Hotel is a little bit upmarket, whilst the exterior is the pretty and old style Bath property, and well maintained, the internal resembles quite a surgical and professional. It was recently refurbished
The Royal Hotel in Bath (Not to beconfused with the Royal Bath Hotel in Bournemouth), is in quite a prominent location and is near the Roman Baths. It also has a quirky lounge decorated in an homage to Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
If actual day spas are your thing, then the Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is your best bet, it's a 5 star resort which includes an indoor pool, terrace and jacuzzi - so whilst pricier you can grab a good deal on roomapedia
If you'd rather have a nice b&b in Bath then this is an alternative option to the Hotels on this list. The interiors are finished to a high standard and the windows are huge so the scenery is worth it alone.
The Bailbrook House Hotel is last on our list but by no means least, featuring some amazing interior finishing and furniture it also has a gym, lovely green grounds and we're especially big fans on the wonderful glass showers
If you want to discover the true English charm and unwind in a calm yet vibrant and cultural place, Bath is known to be England’s best kept secret. A solid proof for that is the designation from UNESCO, making Bath one of the World Heritage sites known for its unique charm. Stylish, independent and amazingly inspiring, Bath has got the name from its rich culture and history linked to the naturally hot spa water and original Roman baths – making Bath the ultimate spa destination for thousands of years.
Bath is a great place for the perfect romantic short break, family holiday or exciting getaway. It is simply a place that is guaranteed to delight and bring you the authentic Georgian charm. Obviously, the first thing you’ll want to check before booking your holiday in Bath are the accommodation options. Some of the best hotels include Villa Magdala City Centre, The Gainsborough Bath Spa, Macdonald Bath Spa, The Windsor Town House, Waterhouse and The Royal Crescent. All of these hotel names are certified for their excellence and offer a 5-star experience that is guaranteed to suit your needs.
There are over 30 high-end luxurious hotels in Bath which offer a delightful experience and are located near Bath’s city center. However, there are a lot of budget options as well that guarantee a pleasant stay in this historic city. Bath is full of top restaurants, cool cafes and modern bars. There are also some authentic gastro pubs and wonderful gardens that serve unique food and drinks. Also, the traditional afternoon tea is something you should not miss when in Bath – and a part of Bath’s tradition being served in many places. The best restaurants include the names of Jars Meze, Menu Gordon Jones, Sotto Sotto, Circus Cafe & Restaurant, Clayton’s Kitchen, La Perla, Hudson Steakhouse and The Olive Tree. If you are looking for bars and pubs, you must check The Bath Brew House, The Cork and The Hungerford Arms.
Delicious foods, fresh beer and a local farmer’s market are the things you should not miss when in Bath and the things that give the strongest emphasis of the home grown food and locally sourced drinks. The biggest points of interest in Bath are the famous Roman Baths which are the main reason for the name of this place as well as the Royal Crescent – the museums and circuses that were a part of the Roman time as well. The Jane Austen Centre museum along with the Holbourne Museum are the places where you can see the domestic art, silver and creations from the past. If you are a fan of outdoor activities, you can enjoy the views at Pulteney Bridge or take a walk in the Royal Victoria Park that offers a magnificent landscape.
For every fan of the Roman architecture, the Circus in Bath is definitely a must-see. The Bath Abbey, Theatre Royal and Museum of Bath Architecture are among the other medieval buildings worth visiting. Bath is definitely one of the towns that never fails to amaze tourists and explorers from across the world. The mixture of architecture, food, drinks as well as the unique city spirit that takes you to the medieval time is something that will definitely clear your senses and let you relax. Whether you are going with your family, loved one or friends – Bath offers amazing activities, fun things to do and great accommodation options, for which it is crowned with many certificates of excellence.