This elegant hotel is located in a group of Georgian mansions in a beautiful city. The classy rooms are named after well-known town residents. For example, the suite named for Jane Austen is exquisite. The staff is considerate, the restaurant has amazing food, and the spa is top-notch. It's expensive but worth it.
Housed in a Grade I listed building, this hotel offers palatial accommodation and a vast range of amenities to be appreciated by a discerning traveller. Here you’ll find historic atmosphere of the stately 18th century Royal Crescent in Bath and modernity combined on a grand scale. Guests can revitalizein the Bath House spa offering a pool, a sauna, and a steam room. Fitness enthusiasts can make use of a well-equipped gym. A unique collection of holistic beauty treatments can be also availed by prior arrangement. Onsite valet parking is at your disposal.
The staff at the hotel speaks English, German, French, Spanish, Italian.
Number of floors: 5.
Number of rooms: 24.
The 45 individually designed guestrooms feature elegant Georgian style with thick carpets, lavish fabrics, antique-style furniture, and fine period paintings. In-room technology is discreetly fed into each room, with satellite television, phones, Internet connections, and entertainment facilities.
The Pimpernel`s restaurant is housed in a converted coach house offering fine cooking in a refined setting with dark wooden furniture and murals dedicated to garden theme. More dining options include the Montagu Room, the intimate Library featuring Georgian townhouse style, the light-flooded Pavilion Conservatory and the Sheridan Room where you can relax by a fireplace.
The hotel Royal Crescent serves a buffet breakfast for free.
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