Renowned for its hot spring baths dating back to Roman times- Bath is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating towns in Europe. The equally impressive Royal Crescent Hotel invites you to a journey back in time to the 18th century. This majestic residence is one of the major works of the architect John Wood who- at that time- was commissioned by the Queen to give the medieval town a facelift. With its splendid manicured gardens and its chic- opulent interiors- staying at The Royal Crescent Hotel is like stepping straight into the pages of a novel by the famous local writer Jane Austen. The hotel has a highly reputed spa of its own and charming- supremely elegant rooms. Venture out and explore this fascinating Georgian town- with marvels like the fan vaulting in Bath Abbey- the temple of the Goddess Sulis Minerva- the arcades of Union Passage- and the typical charm of George Street- Milsom Street and Queen Street. On your return- retire to the Spa for the very best in pampering and rela
The Royal Crescent Hotel Rooms
1 King, 1 Four poster bed or 2 Twin beds 42sqm / 452sqft on average
1 King, Queen or 2 Twin beds 35sqm / 376sqft on average
1 Queen bed 14.5sqm / 156sqft on average View over the residential area of Bath
1 King or Queen bed 27sqm / 290sqft on average View over the gardens
1 King, Queen or 2 Twin beds 25sqm / 269sqft on average
Type- Fine Dining
Cuisine- Contemporary British Menu
Hours of operation- 0700 to 1000 Breakfast/ 1230 to 1400 Lunch/ 1900 to 2200 Dinner
Dress Code- Business Casual
Description- The Dower House is the hotels fabulous- award-winning restaurant- one of
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.