Hilton Bath CityWalcot Street, Bath 3.5 out of 5.0
Hilton Bath City is next to the River Avon and has some of Bath’s best Georgian architecture right outside its door. It’s only 5 minutes on foot to the Theatre ...
Hotel location is excellent for access to central Bath and car park arrangements of £15 per access to the nearby site reasonable if you are staying for a few days and walking everywhere once you have arrived. View from our room over the river was lovely and general room decor good. Staff service ...
Best Western Limpley Stoke HotelLower Limpley Stoke Avon, Bath 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in Limpley Stoke, this eco-friendly hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Claverton Pumping Station, American Museum in Britain, and University of Bath. Claverton ...
Limpley Stoke is a lovely place and the hotel is an impressive building which is really nice. It's right next to a pub and has a nice view of the little valley.
Macdonald Bath SpaSydney Road, Bath 5.0 out of 5.0
Situated in Bath, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sydney Gardens and The Holburne Museum. Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are also within 1 mi (2 ...
Nice hotel close to the town centre, comfortable and relaxing. Didn't like the additional charges applied to your bill for service without any explanation it ill I queried the bill. Spar faculties good but showing a little wear. Over all 4/5 friendly and nice food if s little pricey.
Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery by SofitelQueen Square, Bath 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in the heart of Bath, this hotel is steps from Queens Square, Jane Austen Centre, and Theatre Royal Bath. Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are also within ...
This hotel costs more than I would normally spend on a night away, but I booked as a birthday treat for my partner. Beautiful hotel and rooms, brilliant location, very central. Couple of little things that stopped me giving a full 5 stars, room wasn't ready when we checked in, went back out, came ...
The Old Mill HotelToll Bridge Road, Bath 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Alice Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of Bath Abbey and Roman Baths. The Holburne Museum ...
The hotel is in need of some refurbishment, which I understand is starting early next year. It is in a good position and in the summer there is a lovely garden to sit out in. Unfortunately it was flooded during our stay. The rooms are of a good size and kept clean by the friendly hotel staff. The ...
Parade Park Bath8,9,10 North Parade, Bath 2.0 out of 5.0
Situated in Bath, this bed & breakfast is steps from Parade Gardens, Bath Abbey, and Roman Baths. Theatre Royal Bath and Jane Austen Centre are also within 15 ...
For the price, this hotel was very good. Clean and very centrally located. We normally don't stay in places where we have to shares a bathroom but we'd have No hesitation in staying here again
Holiday Inn Express BathLower Bristol Road, Bath 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in the heart of Bath, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Herschel Museum of Astronomy and Theatre Royal Bath. Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are also ...
We stayed at the hotel this weekend and were very impressed with the facilities as well as the location which was a 10 min walk into the centre of Bath. A complimentary hot breakfast was also included in the price as standard so very good value for money. Will definitely return.
Have a blast in hotels in Bath
It’s called Bath for a reason! A historic Roman and Georgian spa city, this pretty town has plenty of comfortable hotels in Bath with Old World charm. Bath is a city to splash out in—many hotels in Bath are on the moderate to high end of the price range, at roughly £75 per night. Most centrally located, while others are secluded in the countryside and ensure a really cosy stay. Many mirror the city’s Medieval heritage architecture and will make you feel like a prince or princess during your stay. But it’s not all about luxury; some cheap hotels in Bath have modest country charm that will make you feel right at home. Take advantage of Bath’s thermal spas in chilly December and January, when tourists tend to shy away. You’ll have your pick of Bath hotels at reasonable rates.
Enjoy ancient splendour in Bath
Once a fashionable destination for England’s nobility, Bath has not lost its charm today. Getting around in Bath is a breeze, as it’s home to the UK’s first official cycle path. If you don’t have a set of wheels, you’ll have no problem sticking to the town’s pretty pedestrian-only shopping streets. Don’t leave without a visit to the Roman baths built 2,000 years ago, which are pumped with England’s only mineral hot springs. Architecture lovers will swoon over the Gothic Bath Abbey church, which gives you a great birds-eye view from its tower. Laze away the afternoon at Parade Gardens or Sydney Gardens, formerly frequented by novelist Jane Austen. For an afternoon tea with the locals or a light snack, head to Kingsmead square for great people watching at the restaurants nearby.
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After a rejuvenating day in Bath you’ll be glad to have a good night’s sleep in one of the many Bath hotels you’ve selected. With incredible amenities to suit your unique travel needs, you’ll leave your hotel in Bath feeling that you can’t wait to return and pick another with the help of ebookers.
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