The Royal Crescent

Thousands of people head to the Georgian city of Bath each year, for luxury spa breaks and pamper weekends. If you can manage to tear yourself away from all the pampering, Bath is packed full of wonderful architecture and historic tourist attractions. Take a tower tour at Bath Abbey, for some truly stunning scene of the area, at this great vantage point. The architecture along Bath Street is particularly impressive, as is The Royal Crescent; built by the elite and admired by many.

The Royal Crescent was built in 1785 Sir John Wood Jnr and has taken pride of place in Bath ever since. Now a hotel and spa, The Royal Crescent has not lost any of its old world charm. Walking into the building is like stepping into a Jane Austen novel, where you can create your own piece of romantic history. The 5 star hotel caters for your every need, with concierge Gerrard heading up a team of staff that understand every guests individual needs. Beautifully decorated bedrooms, modern bathrooms and exquisite rooms throughout the hotel to relax in, make The Royal Crescent your very own bit of heaven for the weekend.

As you would expect in Bath, the spa facilities at the hotel are top class. Guests can enjoy tailor made spa sessions, beauty treatments and holistic therapies for true rest and relaxation. There is also a 12 metre heated pool to kick back in, plus steam rooms and saunas that will take the stresses of life away for a while.

The Dower House Restaurant overlooks the gardens of the hotel and serves up some of the best food in Bath. The AA 3 Rosette award-winning restaurant offers fine dining and private dining options, as well as very good family meals and snacks. If al fresco dining is something you enjoy, you can enjoy a unique afternoon tea or champagne cruises on a vintage 1920’s canal boat. If the weather is not the best, you can enjoy your afternoon tea in the wonderful dining room inside the hotel.

The Royal Crescent Hotel is a great place to base yourself in, welcoming happy guests people back year after year. Once you step inside you will find it hard to leave, as there is plenty to enjoy without stepping foot outside of the hotel premises. Make sure yo do, though, as Bath is such a glorious city.

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