One of the best examples of Georgian architecture in the UK, The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is a street of terraced houses laid out in a crescent shape. The stone facade retains all the original detail from the Georgian period and is a testament to that era's elegance. It is best viewed from the royal park adjacent to the building, where the entire crescent can be seen from the concave side. Most of the houses are offices or private residences, but a hotel and the Georgian House Museum on street level give a peek into what the rooms may have looked like when the buildings were first opened. Make your Bath itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa Reviews
Visited with my wife and it’s just lovely. Visit the museum at number one. Very insightful and worth the money more »
Something you will want to visit in Bath, but looking neglected in parts compared to previous times that I have visited. Still an impressive sight and worthy of a photo oppoutunity. more »
We had originally booked two nights in this sublime hotel, but we loved it so much, we extended our stay to four! The hotel is quite exceptional, positioned in the middle of the Royal Crescent, perfectly situated, a short walk to the bustling streets of Bath. High ceilings, period features, antique furnishings, a Georgian treasure. We stayed in the Duke of York suite in the main building, by far the biggest room we've ever stayed in, and quite beautiful. Spotless, and serene. The restaurant is found a short walk through the gardens, where the food and service was of 5 star quality. The staff really can't do enough for you. I can't fault anything during our stay, and can't recommend enough.
What can I say? Service, first class, venue, first class and afternoon tea, first class. A fine collection of teas to choose from, sandwiches to die for and scones and bath buns that melt in your mouth. The staff were down to earth yet thoroughly attentive, doing everything within their power to make sure your visit was memorable. It's not cheap, but it was great value! I wholeheartedly recommend.
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