Royal Crescent Hotel (Bath) Reviews
Description:Address: 16 Royal Crescent / Bath / BA1 2LS / Somerset / England
Newest Review: ... a spacious walk in closet off to your left. Then through some double doors into the spacious bedroom area, with King Size bed and a huge ensuite bathroom. In every room there is complimentary bottles of water, fresh flowers, business and leisure magazines, a selection of books, TV and DVD player and hairdryer. They use luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets and eiderdown pillows as standard. ... more
Customer Royal Crescent Hotel (Bath) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/06/09, updated on 06/06/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
INTRO: A very impressive luxury hotel in the beautiful City of Bath - my husband and I stayed there for our honeymoon and loved it! The hotel occupies the two central buildings in the Royal crescent, both are Grade I listed. Behind is a completely secluded garden, perfect for afternoon tea. That leads onto what would have been the coach houses, which are now individual bedrooms and suites, the hotel spa and the Dower House restaurant and bar. LOCATION: The Royal Crescent was built between 1767 and 1775 the crescent contains about 30 houses including the hotel. It's situated at the top of the city and it's only a very short walk into the ... Read the complete review
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