The Royal Crescent
A complimentary box of chocolates in your room.
Pure extravagance at the heart of Georgian Bath
The Royal Crescent Hotel checks all the boxes for a super-indulgent stay – elegant setting, sublime views and a grand front door right on Bath’s landmark Georgian crescent.
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Right on Royal Crescent – Bath’s grandest address.
Come here for...
● Quintessential English extravagance. ● A taste of Georgian history. ● Second-to-none Bath views. ● Beautiful secret gardens.
You'll find luxurious lounges and a library, sheltered gardens for al fresco summer's day drinks, the award-winning Dower House restaurant and the bijou Spa.
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This is a place for luxurious splashing out – Enjoy!
45 rooms and suites
All rooms have a TV and DVD player, Egyptian cotton sheets, eiderdown pillows, slippers and robes and luxury Penhaligons body products.
Try a Classic suite or go the full mile in a Master suite with floor to ceiling windows, Victorian clawfoot bath and views across Royal Crescent. The Signature rooms include the John Woods suite with a four poster bed and fantastic views across Bath, the Lord Nelson suite with its private balcony overlooking the secluded gardens and the Duke of York suite, with its ultra-romantic setting.
Eat & Drink
Sip a cocktail while you mull over the menu at the plush 3 AA Rosette Dower House restaurant. Get ready for starters like roasted quail, caramelised onions and hazelnut crumb, mains including slow cooked ox cheek or roasted gilt head bream, and wanton desserts such as poached rhubarb with ginger cheesecake or amaretto parfait. There’s also an outstanding cheeseboard. Don’t miss the wonderful – and very English – afternoon tea, complete with scones and dainty cakes. NOTE: Guests will dine in the Sheridan room till late June, while The Dower House undergoes refurbishment.
Breakfast is served until 10am, or 10.30 on Sundays.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
If it’s your first trip to Bath, start with the Roman Baths and a tour of the Pump Rooms. Historic Bath Abbey sits just across the courtyard. Take the waters with a soak in the rooftop pool at Bath Thermae Spa, and book tickets for a show at the Theatre Royal.
Walk through Victoria Park, explore the city’s Georgian crescents on foot, book a hot-air balloon ride or hop aboard Lady Sophina, The Royal Crescent’s vintage Thames river launch (available for private charter) for a cruise on the River Avon. Bath hosts festivals almost every month, whether it’s the Literature Festival (March) or the Mozartfest (November).
The Spa at the Royal Crescent Hotel is a serene and moodily lit retreat. Using natural woods, bamboo, pebbles and slate this luxury spa is a holistic haven for guests. The Spa has a indoor relaxation pool heated to body temperature, plunge tubs for cooling off, a sauna, steam room and fully equipped gym. Relaxing holistic treatments range from soothing massages to aromatherapy facials and fruit enzyme wraps.
International acts from ritzy to Reggae take to the stage at the Bath International Music Festival.
Nibble your way through the menus of some of the region’s top restaurants at the Taste of Bath festival in Victoria Park.
Get all shopped out at the colourful Bath Christmas Market.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 195 – 985Check In
MiddayMinimum Night Stay
Open all yearAir Conditioning
Yes – all roomsChildren
Welcome, though under 12s are not permitted in the Bath House.Pets
Small dogs welcome by arrangement.Wedding License?
Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 2LSParking
Opt for valet parking – street parking in Bath can be a headache.Trains
Bath Spa station – one mile. There are regular trains from London Paddington (90 mins).Taxis
GBP 8 from the station.Airport
Bristol International – 16 miles. London Heathrow – 80 miles.