Best hotels in Bath, UK (GUIDE)

The Henry

In Bath, UK, the walks and the restaurants are not enough to complete the journey without a place to stay even for just a short while. Top-notch hotels pepper the city of Bath. Here is a list of hotels we deem worthy of your stay.

1. The Henry Guest House

For first time explorers in Bath city, the Henry Guest House is the best place to start setting up for the adventure. In its immediate vicinity, the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey can be found, and getting to these places only needs a brisk walk.

If you are here, not necessarily for the walks and heritage sites, then this guest house can serve as a host to special occasions like a family reunion.

To make celebrations easier to manage, they can arrange for the right professionals like beauticians and florists to help with the necessary preparations.

The bread and breakfast service they offer is perfect whether you are here on vacation or a business trip. 

2. The Bailbrook House

Experience this chance to stay at a mansion even for just a short moment. This mansion was built in 1790 and hosts rooms that unique from one another. It sits on a 20-acre land and is a perfect space for people who also want to do some walking.

When it comes to food, they offer a wide variety, and it changes depending on the current season. As far as the 81 rooms are concerned, they all come in different styles that guests can choose from. Guests who want to keep coming back can try different rooms every time to experience the Bailbrook house differently.

3. Queensberry Hotel

This hotel is composed of four Georgian houses right smack in the middle of Bath. The Queensberry Hotel is also where the famous Olive Restaurant resides. So guests not only have a place to sleep but also a place to eat.

The hotel is staffed by friendly and accommodating people, ready to help guests in their time of need.

4. Homewood

This humble abode for guests from far and abroad can enjoy the atmosphere of the past of log fueled fires and bits of modern technologies of today, like a spa and a pool. It also comes with a 10-acre space on which guests can enjoy their morning walks before or after breakfast, much like the aforementioned Balibrook House.

Homewood also caters to dogs so the four-legged creature can tag along with their masters while on vacation. Sweet!

Guests can feast their eyes on the 13th-century look while staying in 1 of the six rooms each embellished their classical way. For those who can afford, 7 deluxe rooms are waiting to accommodate.

If guests need more than 1 room, upon request, some rooms can be modified to join, so occupants of both rooms can still mingle. It is however advisable to book early to ensure guests don’t miss out.

5. No.15 Great Pulteney

One of the more affordable luxury hotels in a bath is the No.15 Great Pultney St, Bathwick. Starting from £121 per night, you’ll feast your eyes with the quirky and creative decors of the interior. The individually designed rooms are filled with interesting furniture such as Hypnos Cashmere beds.

You’ll also enjoy the bespoke wall art and views of the garden and Henrietta Park. Get a pause from the feasting by relaxing in the hotel’s basement spa that includes a sauna, steam room, and a post-massage room. Follow up your afternoon relaxation with a hot afternoon tea at their artsy bar and café.

6. The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

This period luxury hotel is the perfect family getaway that showcases a large garden with just a 15-minute walk from the Pump Room Baths and the Theatre Royal. The 5-star hotel comes with elegant and individual bedrooms, and guests can opt for the Family Mater Room that has a separate room for children.

As a family-oriented hotel, kid-friendly magazines and snacks are left in the rooms. All the staff are friendly to children, and couples can also hire babysitters if they need personal time during their relaxation at the spa. 

Enjoy sumptuous food at the Dower House restaurant or the Montagu bar, which serves all-day dining experience such as cocktails and champagne.

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