Bath Hotels And Guide
The city of Bath looms like a little of piece of paradise. This beautiful English city and the countryside that surrounds it has been dubbed as one of England’s most beautiful places to visit. Just think of magnificent natural hot springs, relaxing Roman baths, splendid Georgian stone crescents, stunning architecture, great shopping hubs and iconic attractions – you’ll truly have all of these when you visit the City of Bath!
This guide will tell you what to eat, when to go to Bath and which Bath Hotels to stay at.
Bath Hotels and Accommodation
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The city of Bath is the oldest principal tourist destination of England. It has been welcoming visitors for centuries. To keep pace with the city’s tourism are the magnificent bath hotels that abound in the area.
You can bask in the glory of this beautiful and historic city from the stunning Hilton Hotel Bath.
This hotel is located in the very heart of the city, on the River Avon and is only 90 minutes by train from London (£124/night). The Macdonald Spa Hotel Bath can also add luxury to your stay in Bath with its elegant Georgian facade and more-than-excellent spa facilities (£111/night).
If, on the other hand, you fancy a more affordable place but guarantees great accommodation, then head to The Saco Apartments Bath. With £54/night, you can already experience contemporary apartment living with stylish Italian design interiors. Or enjoy your stay in the city amidst large gardens in the beautiful Georgian mansion that is The Bailbrook House Hotel Bath (£60/night).
Things to do in Bath
Prepare your pocket camera when visiting this beautiful city! The City of Bath, as well as its surrounding area, is definitely brimming with things to see and do! You can spend an entire day visiting Bath’s diverse collection of museums and attractions, including the stunning Thermae Bath Spa and the world famous Roman Baths. Or explore the beautiful countryside that surrounds this city through walking, cycling, boating or even hot-air ballooning!
To make sure that you won’t miss the best bits, why don’t you join a tour to take in the lovely sights of Bath. Shopping in this place also brings a totally memorable experience with Bath’s fabulous selection of small independent shops and familiar big name stores.
There is no boring evenings since the city has a rich and varied nightlife with a mix of bars, pubs and clubs, theatre, live music and comedy.
Where to Eat
When in Bath, there’s certainly no worries when looking for a place to dine. The City of Bath is littered with amazing award-winning restaurants, welcoming cosy pubs as well as quaint tearooms. For a taste of the ocean, you can visit one of the numerous seafood restaurants in Bath such as One fish two fish.
For a romantic evening date, you and your loved one can dine out in style at the award-winning Olive Tree Restaurant at The Queensberry Hotel.
You’ll surely be in veggie heaven in Demuths Vegetarian Restaurant, and if you prefer some subtly spiced tandoori and curry dishes, head quickly to Rajpoot.
When to Go
The best time to visit the beautiful city of Bath would be in the summer months. With the weather at its best, there’s definitely nothing to stop you roam around the city and visit its popular sites. Also, the months of April-May bring about unmissable fun-filled festivals, such as The Bath Comedy Festival, Bath Dance Festival, The Spring Flower Show, International Music Festival, Fringe Festival and The Lions of Bath.
Photographs by: Matt Cardy