DoubleTree by Hilton Bath
DoubleTree by Hilton Bath is a fantastic choice for travellers wishing to explore intimately the treasures and magical atmosphere of one of Britain's most picturesque and charming cities and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The hotel is ideally set amidst Bath's most coveted sights, such as the world-famous, two-millennia-old Roman Baths boasting mineral-rich waters, the Thermae Bath Spa with rooftop thermal pool, Theatre Royal, Bath Abbey, the18th-century Royal Crescent Georgian terrace houses, various museums and shopping outlets. The premises lie a short walking distance from the Bath Spa Railway Station, and there are convenient public transportation connections to central London and Bristol Airport. For travellers using their own vehicle, the city is generous on public parking space. Locally famous for the city's largest hotel private dining space and the French-themed Atelier Restaurant with grand views of River Avon and Pulteney Bridge, DoubleTree by Hilton Bath is a haven of comfort and style that will treat you to sophisticated surroundings and world-class service. The hotel's 176 guest rooms and suites feature serene and chic interior design, bespoke bed, work station, 32-inch HDTV and WiFi, coffee/tea making set, and various little touches.
Dine at the gorgeous Fusion Bar & Restaurant and admire the fantastic Bath-themed art at the chic Secret Garden, that serves traditional British afternoon tea. Enjoy an invigorating workout session at the complimentary 24-hour gym, or work on some business papers at the well-equipped business center onsite. The hotel maintains two flexible meeting rooms for up to 180 guests and two ballrooms with a private bar and dance hall seating up to 150 attendees. Entrust your stay into the capable hands of our dedicated team and enjoy the magical beauty of the popular spa destination where Jane Austin would send off more than a few of her timeless characters!
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This page was last updated: 10 December 2020