The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

‘Behind the dramatic facade lies a beautiful garden,’ writes a reader in praise of this hotel and spa with its green oasis at the centre of a divine Georgian crescent. More

Contact details

16 Royal Crescent
Bath
Somerset
BA1 2LS
England
01225 823333

Hotel information

Bedrooms

45. 10 in Dower House, 14 in annexes, 8 on ground floor.

Open

all year.

Facilities

lift, bar, drawing room, library, restaurant, function facilities, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), civil wedding licence, 1-acre garden, spa (12-metre pool, gym, sauna, treatment rooms), public rooms wheelchair accessible.

Background music

in library and restaurant.

Children

all ages welcomed. Children between 12-16 years must be accompanied by an adult in the pool. Children under 12 are not permitted in the Spa.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms, public rooms, not in restaurant or bar.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa, Union Pay.

Prices

per room B&B from £330. A la carte three courses £72, tasting menu £82. Min. 2-night stay on Saturdays.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘Behind the dramatic facade lies a beautiful garden,’ writes a reader in praise of this hotel and spa with its green oasis at the centre of a divine Georgian crescent. Public rooms are filled with antiques, while the ‘well-equipped and spotlessly clean’ bedrooms occupy the main house and garden buildings. Deluxe suites, some with a four-poster, have a bath and shower, a separate sitting room. Food is available all day in the Montagu bar, the name recalling Elizabeth Montagu, Queen of the Blue Stockings, who held court here in the 18th century. In the wisteria-draped Dower House restaurant (dress code is smart casual; blue stockings welcome), David Campbell cooks such modern dishes as roasted brill, salt cod, purple sprouting broccoli, artichoke, lemon, clams – with appealing separate menus for vegetarians and children. ‘The tasting menu was outstanding.’ A wide choice at breakfast includes a healthy juice (freshly squeezed orange; cucumber, ginger, apple and celery), spiced muesli or organic porridge, through Manx kippers, to a cholesterol-loading full English with Stornoway black pudding, hog’s pudding, organic sausages and free-range eggs. (Robert Cooper)

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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa
16 Royal Crescent
Bath
Somerset
BA1 2LS

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Last updated: October 8, 2018. Information from the 2019 Good Hotel Guide