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Z Hotel Bath

Z Hotel Bath

Bath City Centre, Bath

Z Hotel Bath is in a prime location in Bath, opposite the Bath Theater Royal and provides a bar and free WiFi. The property is around 656 feet from The Circus Bath and 656 feet from The Roman Baths. Very nice place clean the rooms are comfortable the staff are very nice and helpful The place is central near to every thing by walking thanks z hotel

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9.3 Awesome 2,673 reviews
Apex City of Bath Hotel

Apex City of Bath Hotel

Bath City Centre, Bath

Apex City of Bath Hotel is located on the corner of James Street West in Bath City Center, a 5-minute walk from the Therme Bath Spa and 2297 feet from Bath Spa railway station. Nice hotel is a convenient part of the city. Close to traditional sites, pubs, dining, and market. Nice rooms. Comfortable bed. Separate shower and tub. We had an outside room but street noise did not bother us.

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Avg. price/night: $124
9.2 Awesome 2,956 reviews
The Gainsborough Bath Spa - YTL Classic Hotel

The Gainsborough Bath Spa - YTL Classic Hotel

Bath City Centre, Bath

The Gainsborough Bath Spa - a YTL Hotel offers five-star accommodations in Bath. It is the only UK hotel with access to naturally heated thermal waters within its Spa Village. Good location, friendly and very helpful staff. I love everything about this hotel.

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Avg. price/night: $571
9.3 Awesome 1,943 reviews
Henrietta House

Henrietta House

Bath

Originating from the 1780s, Henrietta House is a Georgian period townhouse in the heart of Bath. It is a 10 minute walk from Bath Spa train station. Free Wi-Fi is available to all guests. A great welcome from Illy at reception who was most helpful and informative. The room was excellent, the breakfasts superb and the location unbeatable. There was nothing that they could have done better.

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Avg. price/night: $113
9.4 Awesome 1,350 reviews
No.15 Great Pulteney

No.15 Great Pulteney

Bath

Opened in December 2016, No.15 Great Pulteney is located just a 3-minute stroll from Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths. The little detsils in everything! Great staff and locstion!

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Avg. price/night: $141
9.1 Awesome 1,337 reviews
Eight

Eight

Bath City Centre, Bath

Located in Bath, Eight provides free WiFi. Popular points of interest nearby include Bath Abbey, The Roman Baths and The Circus Bath. The location could not have been better. The hotel is located on a quiet narrow cobblestone pedestrian street, just a block from the Roman Baths and the Bath Abbey. It's in a historic walk-up apartment building that has only eight rooms. The rooms are not large, but they are comfortable and well-appointed and charming. The full English breakfast (included in the room price) was served in a charming breakfast room with eight tables, and was great. The staff (mostly European) was friendly and helpful and multi-lingual, and carried all luggage up to the rooms. (The steep stairs might have posed a challenge otherwise). The staff allowed us to leave our luggage with them all day after we checked out. The hotel was reasonably-priced and fun, and we would definitely return to it on any subsequent visit to Bath.

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9.5 Exceptional 151 reviews

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FAQs about hotels in Bath

  • For hotels in Bath that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Eight, The Roseate Villa Bath, and Henrietta House.

  • Combe Grove Hotel, The Roseate Villa Bath, and The Bird, Bath got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Bath.

  • Henrietta House, The Gainsborough Bath Spa - YTL Classic Hotel, and Z Hotel Bath are some of the popular hotels in Bath.

  • Many families visiting Bath loved staying at Eight, The Roseate Villa Bath, and Henrietta House.

  • Milsom Quarter, Bath City Centre, and Artisan Quarter are popular with other travelers visiting Bath.

  • These hotels in Bath are highly rated by couples: Eight, The Roseate Villa Bath, and The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa.

  • On average, it costs $110 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Bath for tonight. You'll pay around $143 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Bath will cost around $219, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Bath this weekend is $347 or, for a 4-star hotel, $544. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Bath for this weekend cost around $921 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Bath cost $113 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bath are $177 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bath can be found for $271 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Some of the best hotels in Bath near Roman Baths - Bath include Hiding Space - St Catherine's Hospital, Student Castle - Bath and The Roseate Villa Bath.

Roman Ruins and Georgian Grandeur

Wonderful, World Heritage site Bath is an impressive mix of Georgian architecture and Roman legacy. Its most famous landmark is the fantastic, natural hot spring Roman Baths. Although everything above the pillar bases is from a later period, you still get an idea of its appearance in Roman times. Sadly you can’t bathe here, but across the street the rooftop pool at Thermae Bath Spa offers views of Bath Abbey and the surrounding hills.

Check out the stained-glass windows in the abbey, England’s last remaining Gothic church. Its square houses Pump Rooms dispensing hot spring water from the Roman baths.

Just behind, the Parade Gardens by the Avon River overlook Bath Rugby Club, the multi-level Pulteney Weir and registered historic Pulteney Bridge, lined with shops. Other Bath shopping options include Southgate Shopping Centre, the bohemian Walcot Street market, and brand-name stores on Milsom and George streets.

North is The Circus, a circular square lined with Georgian townhouses, only marginally less impressive than the Royal Crescent down the road. You can now visit number 1 Royal Crescent, restored to its 18th-century glory.

Before heading to Bristol Airport from your Bath hotel, take time to try the famous Sally Lunn Bun and stop at the pleasant pubs along the Kennet and Avon Canal.

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