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This recently refurbished hotel is situated in the heart of the historic city of Bath and is within walking distance of the Thermae Bath Spa and the Roman Baths. Each room is decorated in a unique Recency style that gives a real sense of Bath history and charm.
Stunning City Centre 5* Hotel with Exclusive Spa Facilities. Luxury hotel within walking distance to the main visitor attractions. Rooms include a complimentary minibar, free wifi, robe, slippers and luxury toiletries.
Bath - one of the few places worldwide to be awarded the 'World Heritage City' accolade - has been host to visitors for 2000 years...Being located in the city centre, Pratt's Hotel is within walking distance of all the attractions.With its famous Roman Baths, Abbey and Classic Georgian architecture, such as the famous Royal Crescent, this spa city is a natural tourist attraction.It is a city best explored on foot, having four distinct quarters, the lively city centre, dominated by the Abbey and Pump Room The Upper Town, with its superb architecture and museums Kingsmead, home of Bath's theatres, cinemas and many restaurants and Bathwick, a tranquil area by the river.Street entertainers are a familiar sight in the city centre, jugglers, mime artists, musicians, even trick cyclists adorn the pedestrianised walkways.The hotel has been part of the city's heritage for more than two centuries itself, hosting such guests as Sir Walter Scott and Dame Peggy Ashcroft, and has a comfortable traditional elegance and style.Extensive pay & display car parking space is opposite the hotel, so motorists can drive to the surrounding tourist attractions such as Longleat House and Wildlife Park, Wookey Hole Caves, the mythical Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge, Stonehenge and the Cotswolds.
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Central Bath hotel near Thermae Bath Spa and Bath University with breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Bath is a couple of miles from the city centre. Bath Spa station is a 10-minute drive away for direct trains to Bristol, London and Wales and it’s a 15-minute walk to The Roman Baths complex. Bristol Airport (BRS) is a 45-minute drive, via the A38. On-site parking is 7.50 GBP per day, and spaces are limited. Wander into the city centre to explore the beautiful Georgian architecture of the Royal Crescent and Bath Abbey or catch a show at Theatre Royal Bath. The Jane Austen Centre - a museum paying homage to the famous author’s life - is an ideal spot for bookworms. Bath Spa University and University of Bath are close by for visiting friends and family. Hotel highlights: - 15-minute walk to Bath city centre - Express Start™ Breakfast included - Rooms for 2 adults and 2 children under 12 - Snack menu (Sunday-Thursday) After a busy day sightseeing, relax in the stylish lounge, where you can order pizzas round the clock. Whet your whistle with a refreshing gin and tonic from the bar before settling down in your smartly designed room, complete with bedside USB ports, free Wi-Fi and an en suite with power shower. Power your day with bacon baps, porridge and coffee at the breakfast buffet.
All bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished to a high standard. There are four poster, double and single rooms, and all are en-suite and feature colour TV with Freeview, direct dial telephone, in-room safe, hospitality tray, ironing board, hairdryer, shaver point, air conditioning and broadband internet. A delicious continental breakfast is included in the price of your room with freshly squeezed juices, cereals, yoghurt, toast and jam, tea and fresh ground coffee. Cooked breakfasts, including Full-English, kippers and omelettes, are available on request for a supplementary charge. On-street parking is also available.
The Griffin Inn is located in heart of Bath, near the theatre and Thermae Spa Complex. It has modern rooms, a wide selection of real ales and craft beer, fine wines, and features fresh local cuisine. Each room has an en-suite bathroom or shower room, a desk, a chair, and tea/coffee making facilities. Bristol International Airport is 24 km away and Bath Spa Train Station is 800 metres from The Griffin Inn.
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Hotels in Bath
Bath is an attractive city. Its elegant Georgian architecture and Roman spas have given the city World Heritage status;while its theatres, museums and sporting venues keep things current.
Since the Romans set foot in the city, life revolved around the three geothermal springs and The Roman Baths built to reap the benefits of this natural phenomenon. Take a dip in the magnificent Great Bath and check out the view from the Terrace.
For more modern facilities, take a dip in the warm, mineral-rich waters at Thermae Bath Spa, Britain's only natural thermal spa. Along with the natural hot springs, you'll find several steam rooms, spa treatment options, and an open-air rooftop pool which offers panoramic views of Bath. You'll find plenty of hotels in Central Bath if you want to be close to the baths and Bath Abbey.
The city's elegant Georgian architecture includes the sweeping Royal Crescent and The Circus (a curve of impressive townhouses around a circular space), which are both worth a look. Meanwhile, medieval Bath Abbey never fails to impress visitors – spot the angels climbing up the stone ladder on the Abbey's west side.
Jane Austen's Bath
Discover the effect Bath had on the writing of Jane Austen (one of the city's most famous residents), at The Jane Austen Centre. Fans of the author will love this small museum, giving you a snapshot into life in Georgian England through costume, films and live guides. When you're done you can grab tea and cake in the Regency Tea Rooms on the second floor.
Spectacular for Sport
Sports fans can spend the afternoon or evening at Bath Racecourse, just outside the city centre at Lansdown Hill. If you've booked yourself a cheap Bath hotel, this is a great place to splash your spare cash. Along with the regular race fixtures, look out for special events held here including the Real Ale Festival Racenight and the glamorous Ladies Day. If you're fanatical about football and rugby, why not catch a local game at Bath Rugby or Bath City Football Club.
Experience a unique atmosphere at the Theatre Royal Bath, one of the oldest working theatres in Britain (it's also supposedly haunted). Choose from a programme of top drama, comedy opera, West-End productions and the annual Christmas pantomime. You can also enjoy dinner under the original vaults of this historic building at the Vaults Restaurant.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bath
What are the best hotels to stay in Bath?Pratts Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Bath.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Bath?The cheapest price for a double room in Bath is £56, offered by Holiday Inn Express BATH.
What hotels are in the central Bath neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Bath are SACO Bath - St James's Parade, The Gainsborough Bath Spa and Abbey Hotel.
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