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Bath United Kingdom Hotels & Motels

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The Bath center is about the area of Bath Abbey and the area of Parade Gardens.

"Charming Little City"
Author: , a Hotel Planner from , reviewed on 09-Dec-2015
Score of City:
5.0 / 5

One of my favorite cities in England, Bath is a charming little city south of England along the Avon Canal. Named after the ancient Roman Baths, this city boasts some of the best thermal hot springs in the world. We were only there for one night so I had to take advantage of this and go to the Bath Thermae Spa (this one has an open air rooftop pool with views of the city and surrounding countryside). The guys weren't too keen on this idea so instead they were able to purchase tickets to a rugby match against the Leicester Tigers. We were all in good spirits after since Bath won the match 45-0 and the girls were refreshed from the spa. We all stopped at a pub near the canal for authentic British pub food.

Bath Hotels/Accommodations

Abbey Hotel - Bath 1 North Parade, Bath, BA11LF United Kingdom
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 3 floors
The Gainsborough Bath Spa : Beau St. Beau St., Bath, BA11QU United Kingdom
  • Luxury Five Star property
From$150
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Francis Hotel Bath Mgallery by Sofitel in Bath Queen Sq., Bath, BA12HH United Kingdom
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 2 meeting rooms
From$160
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Hilton Bath City in Bath Walcot St., Bath, BA15BJ United Kingdom
  • The Hilton Bath City is located in the United Kingdom right on the River Avon. Exploring the historic city of Bath while staying at the Hilton is a must. Nearby attractions include the Roman Baths, Horse World, the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Alexandra Park, and the Avebury Stone Circle. After returning to the hotel, you can take advantage of the 24-hour fitness gym, 24-hour bar, and a great meal at the Hilton’s own Zuccotta Restaurant. In addition to the standard guest accommodations, the hotel also offers family rooms that are not only spacious, but promote rest and relaxation. Mini cakes and mineral waters are an added bonus found in every room.
  • Expensive hotel
Macdonald Bath Spa Sydney Rd., Bath, BA26JF United Kingdom
  • The Macdonald Bath Spa is a first-class hotel with a five-star rating located in Bath, England. The Vellore Restaurant offers you a spectacular meal prepared by acclaimed chefs, while the full-service spa provides everything you need to relax and relieve stress. The hotel is also equipped with a pool, hydropool, whirlpool, fitness gym, and a beautiful private garden. Private butlers are available for guests who book a suite. When you are ready to go sightseeing, you will find the hotel is close to the Stanton Drew Stone Circle, the Wookey Hole Caves and Papermill, and the Roman Baths.
  • Luxury Five Star hotel
  • Hotel facilities could use a good clean
  • Terrific location
From$149
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Royal Crescent Hotel : 16 Royal Crescent
+1-866-429-5787
16 Royal Crescent, Bath, BA12LS United Kingdom
  • Luxury 5 star Suburban hotel
  • 45 rooms in hotel
  • TV needs to be updated
  • Most guests had problems with the shower
From$345
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Holiday Inn Express Bath : Lower Bristol Rd. Brougham Hayes
+1-888-690-5281
Lower Bristol Rd. Brougham Hayes, Bath, BA23QU United Kingdom
  • Located in England, the Holiday Inn Express Bath is centrally located for guests who are traveling on either business or pleasure. Each guest room will provide you with air conditioning, complimentary tea and coffee services, Internet access, a power shower, work desk, hairdryer, color television, and a free hot continental breakfast. Close by dining options include the Indian Lounge, Xian Restaurant, and the Mint Room. Of course, you will want to do some sightseeing while in Bath. Stop by Kilver Court, the Thermae Bath Spa, Dyrham Park, Quoins Vineyard, Bath City Farm, and the Lacock Abbey, Grounds and Cloisters.
  • Mid-scale property
Wentworth House Hotel
+1-888-690-5247
106 Bloomfield Rd., Bath, BA22AP United Kingdom
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • Free breakfast available
  • Most guests thought it was clean
  • About half of guests said rooms were clean enough
Bloomfield House
+1-888-305-3366
146 Bloomfield Rd., Bath, BA22AS United Kingdom
  • 4 star hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast is offered
The Bath Priory Hotel : Weston Rd.
+1-800-881-1523
Weston Rd., Bath, BA12XT United Kingdom
  • Luxurious 5 Star Suburban property
  • 3 conference rooms in property
  • The price was too high for 100%
  • Most guests thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average
From$434
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The Old Mill Hotel - Bath
+1-888-283-3404
Toll Bridge Rd., Bath, BA17DE United Kingdom
  • Midscale hotel
From$84
Average 3.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel in Bath Lower Limpley Stoke Avon, Bath, BA27FZ United Kingdom
  • 3 star property
Homewood Park Hotel & Spa Bath in Bath Abbey Lane, Bath, BA27TB United Kingdom
  • Expensive Rural hotel
  • Hotel has 8 suites
From$200
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The Swan Hotel : 1 Church St.
+1-888-690-5281
1 Church St., Bath, BA151LN United Kingdom
  • High-end Downtown property
  • 13 rooms in hotel
  • Updated decor
  • Spacious rooms
The Grange Hotel - Keynsham 42 Bath Rd., Keynsham, BS311SN United Kingdom ~6.08 miles west of Bath
  • Economical hotel
Rudloe Arms - Corsham
+1-888-305-3366
Leafy Lane, Corsham, SN130PA United Kingdom ~6.52 miles east of Bath
  • Midscale Rural hotel
  • Check-in time: 1400
Lucknam Park : Colerne
+1-800-881-1523
Colerne, Near Chippenham, SN148AZ United Kingdom ~6.68 miles northeast of Bath
  • Luxurious 5-star hotel
From$337
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Guyers House Hotel : Guyers House Hotel Guyers Lane Guyers House Hotel Guyers Lane, Corsham, SN130PS United Kingdom ~7.38 miles northeast of Bath
  • 4-star hotel
  • 37 rooms in hotel
From$125
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The Beeches (Bristol)
+1-866-221-8581
Broomhill Rd. Brislington, Bristol, BS45RG United Kingdom ~8.50 miles west of Bath
  • Low-priced Suburban property
  • 3 floors in hotel
Manor House Hotel & Golf Club
+1-866-429-5787
Near Bath Manor House Hotel, Chippenham, SN147HR United Kingdom ~9.47 miles northeast of Bath
  • Luxury Five Star property
  • Hotel has 3 suites
  • Top luxury in cottage rooms
  • Delicious breakfast
From$276
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Arnos Manor Hotel : 470 Bath Rd. 470 Bath Rd., Bristol, BS43HQ United Kingdom ~9.69 miles west of Bath
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • AC needs updating
Ston Easton Park Ston Easton Park, Nr Bath, BA34DF United Kingdom ~10.29 miles southwest of Bath
  • Four-star Downtown property
From$248
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Ibis Bristol Temple Meads in Bristol Avon St., Bristol, BS20PS United Kingdom ~10.71 miles west of Bath
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Pricey for one night
  • Most guests said the bathroom was dirty
Holiday Inn Express Bristol City Centre in Bristol Temple Gate, Bristol, BS16PL United Kingdom ~10.81 miles west of Bath
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • Good air conditioning
  • Most guests were happy with the tv
Hilton Garden Inn Bristol Temple Way, Bristol, BS16BF United Kingdom ~10.94 miles west of Bath
  • 4-star Downtown hotel
  • 2 meeting rooms in property
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
  • Free internet
From$53
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'Life seems but a quick succession of busy nothings.'
Jane Austen, one of the most famous authors who have ever put a pen to the paper, said this about life. Austen, still relevant after 200 years, hailed from Bath, Somerset and in a way, the quote seems to justify what life in Bath is like. It is a city that prides itself in keeping busy, yet knowing that there's a lot more to life than merely keeping busy.

If you are traveling to Bath, you will be in for a variety of visual, artistic, cultural and tasty treats that you won't really be able to shake off even after leaving. The most famous attribute of a trip to bath is the great fusion of Roman, High European and English architecture. The city got its name from the fact that there were very many public baths built in the city during brief Roman rule. 

For the lovers of art and architecture, Bath holds a number of enjoyable cathedrals, spires, bridges, churches, schools and museum that are witnesses of a bygone time. If you are on the outlook for cheap hotels in and around Bath, you will not need to dig deep, as there are numerous options that you can turn to and choose from. Finding a hotel in Bath is more of an exercise in the plenty as you will often be left confused because of the number of options available. But in any circumstance, it's a good headache to have, since it presents you with the luxury of the choice. 

Budget Options in Bath 

There are multitudes of budget hotels in Bath that will stand up to your expectations of quality and affordability, and many times, they will even rise beyond your expectations, leaving you pleasantly surprised. A fraction of visitors coming to Bath every year are people who are on some sort of a business. For such businessmen and people who are always on the go for work, Bath provides a number of quality establishments that, despite being cheap, are just as good as any first rate hotel. The most important factor that tourists should consider while lodging in Bath is that most of the establishments do not allow for cash payments, other than in local currency. So, having a credit card or a debit card is probably the only way to go forward in such situations. Another idea can be to get your currency exchanged at the airport, as it is well equipped with government as well as private currency exchange vendors. 

Dive Into Bath of Luxury

Luxury hotels in Bath are somewhat different than what tourists might have come to anticipate after their experiences in London or such metro cities. Such establishments are often less lavish in treatment than the corresponding establishments in big cities. However, the fact that they charge much lesser than what similar places in metro cities charge kind of make up for this lack of royal treatment. This, of course, does not mean that these places are below the mark, far from it. You can expect great personal attention from these lavish establishments and it will be in order to say that you will completely get the worth of every single pence you pay. From top tier chandeliers to round the clock personal butler services, hotel chains like Ambrosia and Hilton go to great lengths to make you feel like a royalty. It's probably the best feeling to return to your well-stocked seven star suite after a long day of architectural tourism around Bath. Luxury Bath hotels often provide for well planned sightseeing tours around the city, free of extra charge. 

Places to See, Things to Do in Bath

There is a lot to do in Bath if you are an avid connoisseur of art and architecture. The most obvious one is to visit one of many thermal spas and baths in the city. These baths have been in existence for over one millennium and you can treat your body with a healing massage session in one of such baths. Another thing you wouldn't want to miss out on when in Bath is to take a lazy, afternoon stroll along the Roman Crescent to soak in all the natural beauty and constructional grandeur. Bath hotels of most kinds do provide private transport for their lodgers, meaning that you will have all the time in the world to actually enjoy the place, rather than worrying about taxis and buses. Bath is also very famous for its typical English tea, the kind that's getting rare in existence these days, with an onslaught of coffee. 

Airport Hotels in Bath

Finding a hotel near airport in Bath will not be a problem. If you have booked in advance, you can easily ask your hotel to send a private car for you to pick you up at the hotel. If not, there are many hotel reps who set up stalls just outside the airport, making it easy for you to find a hotel that fits your needs. If you are traveling from London, you will have it even easier as most reputed London hotels have local subs in Bath. 

Best Time to Travel to Bath 

Quite predictably, the best time to travel to Bath is the summer time, March to June. There are many local festivals going on in Bath during these months, and hence, you will have a chance to make your trip a touch more memorable. Apart from that, winter moths aren't too bad to visit Bath, either. However, that means you will miss out on romantic strolls and summer time natural beauty of the hills around Bath.

In the end, it doesn't really matter if you stay in a luxury hotel with two storey suite or you prefer cheap hotels to fit your budget. What matters the most is that you make the most of your time in Bath. For those who revel in history, Bath will never come as a disappointment, quite the contrary to it. 

The average traveler rating of the city of Bath, United Kingdom shown above is 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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