Bath Hotels

Hotels — By marylynsimpson on June 16, 2010 at 10:24 pm

Experience Bath in its full glory when you stay at The Royal Crescent Hotel. The Royal Crescent Hotel is Bath’s most well known and luxurious hotel. Relax in the Bath House, where modern hydrotherapy meets Roman spa culture. And when you aren’t exploring the streets of Bath, rest your head in one of The Royal Crescent’s 45 rooms. The décor has been restored to match the original aristocratic 18th century feel of The Royal Crescent.

If understated elegance is more your style, then rest assure that Bath offers an array of traditional bed and breakfasts. The Plaine resembles a traditional English estate overlooking the historic village of Norton St. Phillip. This family-friendly bed and breakfast is full of modern amenities while still maintaining its traditional interiors.

For those of you visiting Bath on a budget, then like many European travelers, staying in a hostel is the cost-efficient, practical choice. You don’t have to compromise comfort for price when you stay at any one of Bath’s hostels. Bath Backpackers is located in central Bath. The staff is friendly and is available for organizing tours of the city. St. Christopher’s Inn is another popular Bath hostel. The décor is modest and the amenities are comfortable with full size beds and more than enough room to store everything from backpacks to several luggage. No matter where you stay in Bath, comfort and leisure are never out of reach.

Images via The Plaine, St. Christopher’s Inn and The Royal Crescent Hotel

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