Best Hotels in Bath
Looking for a place to stay in Bath? Take a browse at our handy list of the best hotels in Bath! It definitely presents you with the best of the bunch.
We’ve pieced together a collection of bath accommodations, including everything from star ratings to website links and descriptions. We’ve added in hotels based in Bath city centre and the outskirts, luxury hotels and cheap hotels in Bath – ensuring everyone’s budgets, needs and occasions are catered for. To make things even easier for you, we have heaps of activities in Bath for hen parties, stag dos and groups!
1. No.15 Guest House
No.15 Guest House is a wonderful boutique hotel set in a beautiful Georgian building. It is within walking distance to major attractions and sight seeing hotspots, so if you want to go exploring the city this will be an ideal hotel in Bath city centre for you. The overall vibe for the hotel is chic with unique witty twists – you’ll find a doll house at reception which holds all the room keys, artwork from students at the local university, chandeliers made from earrings and much more. There’s 40 rooms in total, all housing large TV’s, Dyson hairdryers, Hypnos beds, plexiglass furniture, rainfall showers and Bamford products.
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2. The Royal Crescent Hotel
Located on a peaceful crescent with no passing traffic, The Royal Crescent Hotel is a luxury 5 star hotel which overlook lawns and the Royal Victoria Park – the views make it worthy of being one of the best Bath hotels! The city centre is only a ten minute walk away too! The 45 bedrooms available to stay in at this hotel, ranging from suites with big fireplaces on the first floor to more affordable and cosier rooms on the top floors. They all have period features and marbled bathrooms with the added treat of homemade biscuits, spring water, robes and slippers. Most famed by the locals for their top tier afternoon tea, this hotel has great quality food and drink options on site.
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3. Bath Spa Hotel
Claiming to be one of Bath’s finest luxury hotels, the Bath Spa Hotel is known for delivering a first class personal service. The hotel itself is a mash up of Georgian and Victorian buildings set on a vast set of ground, so it is based outside the centre of the city. The spa on site is one of the best in the city, with hydrotherapy pools and other high quality facilities. The restaurant at this Macdonald Hotel in Bath has earned two AA rosettes and even the breakfast has won awards – you don’t want to miss out on such good food! With over 130 rooms to choose from, you really will be spoilt for choice. All rooms boast comfy beds, en-suite marble bathrooms, flat screen TV’s and if you’re in luck, you will get a wonderful view of the city.
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4. The Gainsborough Bath Spa
Right in the heart of the city is The Gainsborough Bath Spa. With an art gallery around the corner, main shopping thoroughfare at the end of the street and a train station only a short walk away, this really is one of the best hotels in Bath city centre. The building was originally a hospital then become part of Baths art college – now obviously a luxurious spa hotel which features artwork by the college students still. Your room comes with access to the communal spa facilities such as thermal pools, saunas, steam rooms etc. The 98 bedrooms on site have a neo-Georgian vibe with high ceilings, period furniture and grey/blue colour schemes.
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5. Henrietta House
Conveniently located near Pulteney Bridge, just a couple minutes from the city centre, Henrietta House is a hotel filled with character and warm atmosphere. This boutique hotel has heaps of different room types available to book (66 rooms to be exact), ranging in sizes, décor, views and prices, ensuring no matter your budget you can find a room to suit you and your needs. There’s onsite dining and drinking options available for all guests, with the bar staying open until midnight if you fancy some late night drinks!
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6. Hotel Indigo Bath
Hotel Indigo Bath is the perfect stay for those who want to be in the city centre but still tucked away in a quiet area. You’re right near all the action at this hotel but based on a fairly peaceful cul-de-sac, so you don’t have to worry about too much commotion during your stay. This colossal 166 room hotel is super modern and elegant, you can really tell careful consideration has been made when decorating the rooms. The rooms come in themes – so depending on the occasion you could choose a room to fit the mood. To top it all off, there’s plenty onsite food and drink options, but you could always take a short walk to the city centre for more options.
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7. The Halcyon Apartments
The Halcyon Apartments are for guests who like to have their cake and eat it, according to this hotel themselves. They offer luxury apartments providing you with the space and privacy of your own pad but with the bonus of amazing hotel services. Décor inside this beautiful building reflects its Georgian history through high ceilings, large windows and sophisticated furniture. There’s a well loved bar right under the hotel and a great restaurant right on the doorstep so you won’t find yourself falling short of great dining and drinking options during your stay here.
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Brindleys is a boutique b&b that gives off major French chic vibes located just outside the city centre. Its residential settings mean that there will be very little noise, ensuring you get a great night’s sleep (the extremely comfortable beds also help with that of course!). The staff here like to make you feel as if you’re at home away from home, this definitely reflects in the décor, atmosphere and service. Tuck into a hearty breakfast after rolling out of your clean bed, surrounded by neutral colours, luxurious furniture and high end bathroom facilities.
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9. Apex City of Bath Hotel
Known for being the largest hotel in the city, Apex City of Bath Hotel is home to luxurious pool and spa facilities. They go out of their way to make sure that you get a dreamy night’s sleep during your stay here, with high quality king size beds, 49” TV’s, Elemis toiletries and Wi-Fi in every single room. There’s four varieties of rooms available to book (with 177 rooms in total), covering a range of room sizes, views and budgets. If you get peckish, head down to the amazing restaurant on the ground floor or head to the bar to treat yourself to a drink (or ten!).
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10. The Queensberry Hotel
No two rooms are the same at this luscious Georgian hotel. The Queensberry Hotel claims to be one of the most unique places to stay in Bath, so why not give it a go and see what all the hype is about! There’s different rooms such as Club and Classic Double rooms which are more budget friendly than the suites, but the cheaper price point definitely doesn’t mean comfort is sacrificed. In each room you will find a flat screen TV, radio and luxury beds from Harrison Spinks. To top it all off, this townhouse hotel houses Bath’s only Michelin-starred restaurant!
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