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Situated in Bath, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of SouthGate Bath and Roman Baths. Bath Abbey and Theatre Royal Bath are also within 1 mile ...
£60 per night for 2 guestsOldfields House - Bed & Breakfast£60
Located in Bath City Centre, this luxury hotel is steps away from Thermae Bath Spa, The Little Theatre Cinema and Roman Baths. Pulteney Bridge and Jane Austen ...
£180 per night for 2 guestsThe Gainsborough Bath Spa£180
Located in Bath City Centre, this apartment is steps away from Chapel Arts Centre and Roman Baths. Bath Abbey and Theatre Royal Bath are also within 10 minutes. ...
£69 per night for 2 guestsSACO Bath - St James's Parade£69
Situated in Bath, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Recreation Ground and The Holburne Museum. Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are also within 10 minutes. ...
£103 per night for 2 guestsNo.15 Great Pulteney£103
Located in Bath City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Theatre Royal Bath, Roman Baths and Bath Abbey. Jane Austen Centre and No. 1 Royal Crescent ...
£99 per night for 2 guestsApex City of Bath Hotel£99
Situated in Bath, this luxury hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Bath Botanical Gardens, Royal Crescent and No. 1 Royal Crescent. Museum of Bath at Work and Bath ...
£132 per night for 2 guestsThe Bath Priory Hotel and Spa£132
Located in Upper Town, this luxury hotel is steps away from Royal Crescent and No. 1 Royal Crescent. Bath Assembly Rooms and Jane Austen Centre are also within ...
£234 per night for 2 guestsThe Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa£234
Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, cultural break or indulgent spa experience, there is a great range of hotels in Bath to choose from. Visitors to this beautiful city will be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation, dining and nightlife, while as a cultural destination Bath is among the biggest draws in the UK. Lauded for its outstanding architecture, it's no surprise that the entire city of Bath is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The city’s rich heritage is reflected in the many historic hotels in Bath, all within easy reach of the city's main sightseeing attractions. Take a tour of the spectacular Bath Abbey or pay a visit to the Royal Crescent, one of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture in England. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, stroll through the picturesque Bath Botanical Gardens. Or, if that doesn’t sound quite relaxing enough, book a spa hotel in Bath and simply put your feet up.
No trip to Bath would be complete without visiting its world-famous Roman Baths. Award-winning audio tours guide visitors through this cultural site, allowing an intriguing glimpse into the lives of the ancient Romans. Learn about the classical Temple, dedication to the Roman goddess Sulis Minerva, and take in the silence of the Sacred Spring in the heart of the complex. It's also relaxing to wander through the Temple Courtyard, once a venue for worship and sacrifice. For a hotel near the Roman Baths in Bath, try the Abbey Hotel or Parade Park Bath.
The original baths are no longer open for public bathing, but that doesn't mean visitors can't indulge in the city's most famous pursuit. For a unique spa experience, a soak in the natural thermal waters of the Thermae Bath Spa is a must. A modern twist on the traditional hot-spring experience, this is the perfect way to relax and unwind after a long day.
Bath is a beautiful, historic English city, making it the perfect destination for a romantic getaway. There are plenty of romantic hotels in Bath to choose from, ranging from homely bed and breakfasts to glamorous luxury hotels. Sharing a dip in the city’s famous thermal waters is a must on any romantic trip to Bath. There are a number of hotels near Thermae Bath Spa in Bath, including SACO Bath – St James’s Parade and the Gainsborough Bath Spa.
The centre of Bath is where you’ll find the majority of the city’s attractions, and as it’s a relatively compact place most visitors choose to traverse the streets on foot. That said, Bath is famous for its steep hills, so those who suffer from mobility issues may prefer to travel around using the city’s bus system. Buses connect most parts of the city, with day passes also available.
Alternatively, you may prefer to rent a bike, which is possible from many shops around Bath. This is a great way to explore this laid-back city (even if you have to push your bike up the steeper hills), especially given Bath’s proximity to unspoilt countryside.
There is a great range of family-friendly hotels in Bath, making this a brilliant destination for those travelling with kids of all ages. Victoria Park, just beneath the Royal Crescent, is a favourite spot for families to spend a few hours; there’s a play park, tennis courts and a mini-golf course. If you’d like to stay in a hotel near the Royal Crescent, check out The Queensberry Hotel or 33 Crescent Gardens.
Bath’s picturesque setting and status as a major urban hub of South West England makes it a popular choice for business events and conferences. There are many business hotels in Bath, meaning you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay for a work trip. If you’re after a hotel in the city centre, try the Hilton Bath City, or book the Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa if you want to stay in Bath’s most scenic spot.
If you enjoy your time in Bath, then why not explore some of South West England’s other famous cities. For cutting-edge music and vibrant street art, check out our hotels in Bristol, or browse our Weston-super-Mare hotels if you’re looking for a seaside escape.