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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa – Bath

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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa – Bath

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In the heart of beautiful Bath lies The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, expertly combining first-class service and meticulous attention to detail. John Wood the Younger’s iconic 250-year-old Georgian terrace is truly magnificent and the hotel’s 45 suites and rooms, which offer unrivalled views over the hotel’s acre of secluded gardens or the impressive crescent lawn, are among the UK’s most special places to stay. There’s a choice of not one but three afternoon teas, to be taken in either the gardens or The Dower House Restaurant. Alternatively, enjoy a fabulously creative cocktail ‘flight’ in The Montagu Bar & Champagne Lounge. The Spa & Bath House is another wonderfully atmospheric haven, so after unwinding with an Elemental Herbology treatment why not relax in the Taittinger Spa Garden with a glass of rosé and a delicious lunch from the bespoke Spa Garden Menu? 

Doubles from £330

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The beautiful sites of Bath and beyond, we recommend taking a tour of the Cotswolds too during your stay.


We of course recommend eating in the hotels Dower House Restaurant however should you wish to venture into the city, we would recommend one of the local Gastropubs (Chequers) to enjoy some traditionally British and wonderfully tasty food.


Bath is overflowing with independent retailers, we recommend taking the 5-minute stroll from the hotel down the city centre high street and seeing all of the wonderful treasures that Baths beloved indies have to offer.


The most central house in the crescent, number 16, hosted events for Elizabeth Montagu’s Blue Stockings Society in the 18th century.

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