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    'There is a single hotel room in the world that I actually look forward to staying in: it's the Duke of York Suite at The Royal Crescent Hotel.' David Starkey, CBE & Historian, Author and Broadcaster.

    There are 11 spacious suites at the hotel, each with a private living area. But there are a number of other room categories too, ranging from Deluxe and Heritage to Family Master. All are individually decorated; some are located in the main mansion, others in the Pavilion or the Coach House across the gardens.

    Note: dogs (and cats) are permitted in some rooms (at an extra cost).

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    Master Suite
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    Deluxe Suite
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    Heritage Room
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    Master Room
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    hotel 1 x King bed, 1 x Temporary bed
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    Deluxe Double
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    Need help? Speak to our Reservations Team on +44 203 397 0085 or email us
    Opening hours from 09.00- 17.30 Monday - Friday (UK time)
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    Why so chic?

    Why travel experts chose this hotel
    Serene spa
    Fine dining restaurant
    A top, central location

    Chic Treats

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    The Royal Crescent Hotel is a centrally-located landmark property in Bath, and an exemplary example of Georgian architecture. The elegant Grade I listed structure sits on of the world's finest crescents and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Dining

    The grounds are home to beautifully converted coach houses, and there you'll find Dower House restaurant (and also the spa). Executive Chef David Campbell is at the helm of the 3 AA Rosette eatery; choose from the à la carte selection or go for the tasting menu. Locally-sourced ingredients as well as a selection from the Continent are used to create classic plates with a modern twist. Start with ceviche and tartare of mackerel with smoked roe cream, oyster fritter, nasturtium and coal oil, follow with pork tenderloin and crisp shoulder with Yorkshire rhubarb, onion, cornbread and rosemary, and finish with compressed pineapple with set coconut cream and Szechuan. That's just a taster of the type of creations on offer.

    Accommodation

    'There is a single hotel room in the world that I actually look forward to staying in: it's the Duke of York Suite at The Royal Crescent Hotel.' David Starkey, CBE & Historian, Author and Broadcaster.

    There are 11 spacious suites at the hotel, each with a private living area. But there are a number of other room categories too, ranging from Deluxe and Heritage to Family Master. All are individually decorated; some are located in the main mansion, others in the Pavilion or the Coach House across the gardens.

    Note: dogs (and cats) are permitted in some rooms (at an extra cost).

    Activities

    'A spa to die for', Nigel Havers, Actor. 

    The tranquil Spa & Bath House is home to a 12-metre pool with massage jets, a fitness room and treatment areas.

    The hotel is a relaxing place to spend some time, but you'll likely want to explore the city too: the thermal baths are just over a 10-minute walk away, and both the Abbey and Roman Baths are about 15 minutes on foot. Food tours can be arranged for you, as can activities such as stand up paddleboarding along the Avon.

    Parking information

    Free parking is available.

    Wifi information

    Free Wi-fi is available.

    Places of Interest

    Royal Crescent
    Rostra Gallery 0.1 miles
    The Approach Golf Course 0.2 miles
    Georgian Garden 0.2 miles
    Royal Victoria Park 0.2 miles
    Roman Baths 0.6 miles
    Bath Abbey 0.6 miles

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    Air conditioning
    Gym
    Spa treatments
    Gym
    Bar
    Restaurant
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    Car parking , Child friendly , Wi-fi/Internet , Hammam/steam room , Sauna , Babysitting
  • Location keyboard_arrow_down
    Address

    16 Royal Crescent, BA1 2LS Bath, United Kingdom

    How to get there?

    By road from the North, East or West: take the M4.

    From the South: A36 signposted Bath, Chippenham A4, Stroud, M4. 

    By rail: trains go from London Paddington to Bath Spa and take 1 hour 20 minutes. From the station, it's a 20-minute walk (1 mile), or a 10-minute drive.

    Nearest airport

    Bristol: 45-minutes

    Heathrow: 1.75 hours

    Gatwick: 2.5 hours

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