Luxury Hotels in Bath
When you visit Bath, novels by Jane Austen, Frances Burney, and other writers from the late 18th and early 19th centuries are made more vivid as you take in the city's architectural splendour. One day is insufficient to explore the town which, while modern, is also historically important. Choose one of the luxury hotels bath has to offer as a starting point for study and adventure. Make this your launch pad to discovering what it is about this spa town that the social elite (and even the Romans) found so alluring for several centuries.
A Spa Town Still
Even now, the city boasts numerous spas, essential editions to high-class accommodation. Luxury hotels offers include several hotel-spa combinations, some right in the city, others minutes away in countryside locations. Boutique hotels cater to small numbers of guests at any one time but can also be booked in part or their entirety by one client or group at a time to accommodate guests for a wedding, a conference, or other special event.
The Royal Crescent
As a residential address, the Crescent is one of Britain's most fashionable -- home to celebrities from around the world. Contained within a Grade 1 listed Georgian building in the fashionable Bath Crescent, The Royal Crescent Hotel offers over 40 rooms and suites in 5 sizes and a spa. Children are welcome, though they might not appreciate the elegance of their surroundings. Each room has been decorated uniquely, unlike the cut-and-paste rooms of hotel chains which lack style and charm. Guests are supplied with bathrobes, slippers, and high-end toiletries. Five-star cuisine is served in the hotel restaurant or one can stop by for Afternoon Tea whether as a hotel guest or a tourist enjoying a day in Bath. Rooms provide views of Bath both old and new.
Luxury Hotels, Bath The Priory
Just minutes from the city, one will discover a country house known as the Priory. This Michelin-rated accommodation is both a spa and a hotel featuring gardens, a gym, and a pool. Sun yourself on the terrace after your swim. Each room has been named for a different flower. Two of them are dog-friendly. Accommodation at The Bath Priory would be perfect for a romantic break or as a special gift for someone else. Bath is a short drive away.
Lucknam Park, Hotel and Spa
Visitors from the upper echelons of English society came to Bath to sample reviving waters, clean air, and regain high spirits or good health in one way or another. Lucknam Park continues the spa tradition, but more than that this is a multi-functional facility. With 500 listed acres at their disposal, the owners have turned this country house into an equestrian facility and a cookery school. Guests often take advantage of these services to do more than sleep between tours of the city, situated only minutes away. To make one's time extra-special, book a get-away to include learning new skills in the kitchen from culinary experts. Besides 42 private rooms, there are elegantly and traditionally appointed public spaces for guests only, such as the drawing room and library.