Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

The Royal Crescent Hotel,
16 Royal Crescent,
Bath BA1 2LS

01225 823333

Set within the beautiful Georgian buildings that make up the Royal Crescent Hotel, this little known gem in the heart of the city of Bath is truly a secret to be shared. Focusing on the natural elements of earth, air, fire and water, The Bath House embraces both ancient and modern day spa culture. With an extensive range of therapies using world-renowned product ranges, The Bath House is able to soothe mind, body and spirit.

The contemporary style of The Bath House was created from a converted coach house and stables, and opens onto the gardens, which are a stunning setting for The Bath House. Enjoy the wonderful relaxation pool heated to 35°C, cool and tepid plunge tubs, sauna and steam Karahafus, as well as a fully-equipped gymnasium. Treatments range from soothing massages to full aromatherapy facials, and from fruit enzyme wraps to holistic foot and nail treatments.

The Royal Crescent Hotel is the most impressively located luxury hotel in the World Heritage City of Bath, occupying the two central buildings of the world’s finest crescent. The Grade I listed buildings were designed by the famous Georgian architect, John Wood the Younger, and were first occupied in 1775. Beyond its magnificent façade lies a hotel renowned for its charm, elegance and superb service, and for the unexpected beauty of the astounding oneacre, landscaped garden, which leads to the skilfully-converted coach houses that now accommodate the award-winning Dower House restaurant and Bath House spa. The Dower House overlooks the hotel’s leafy and secluded garden estate. In the summer months, the sunny terrace and manicured lawns make the perfect setting for idyllic al fresco dining.

A number of individually designed rooms, such as The Library and The Pavilion Conservatory, are available for private dining and special occasions, such as gatherings of family and friends, important business meetings and so on.

This iconic hotel is far more than a remarkable collection of buildings and beautiful gardens; it also offers the opportunity to experience a style of gracious living from the age when Bath was the very centre of the civilized world.

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