PLACES TO STAY

If you are visiting Bath for the Festival why not make a holiday of it and stay with one of our hotel partners?

Abbey Hotel

The Abbey Hotel is located in the heart of the city, meaning this independently owned 60-bedroomed hotel is brilliantly located for the Roman Baths, Thermae Spa, Abbey, main shopping areas and our Festival venues. The much-acclaimed Allium Restaurant serves a varied and seasonal menu from 12 until 9pm including light dishes and salads, and the contemporary Art Bar is perfect for coffees, cocktails and afternoon teas. Festival goers will receive the warmest of welcomes from our Hotel and Restaurant partner – ticket holders receive 10% o in Allium Restaurant and Art Bar. Abbey Hotel guests receive 10% off tickets to the Festival.

1–3 North Parade, Bath BA1 1LF
01225 461603
www.abbeyhotelbath.co.uk

Brooks Guesthouse

Brooks Guesthouse is a stylish boutique townhouse, 350 meters below the Royal Crescent and a mere seven minute walk to the city centre. All bedrooms have designer wallpapers, comfy beds and goose down bedding. All bathrooms have Hansgrohe power showers. We offer a delicious breakfast, an honesty bar and free, super-fast WiFi.

1 Crescent Gardens, Upper Bristol Road, Bath BA1 2NA
01225 425543
www.brooksguesthouse.com

The Francis Hotel

The Francis Hotel offers an oasis of elegance with an eclectic edge that reflects the vibrancy and exuberance of the Regency period. At convenient proximity to the Roman Baths, Pump Room, Thermae Bath Spa, Jane Austen Centre, No.1 Royal Crescent, Theatre Royal, as well as the city’s elegant shopping, culinary and cultural heart.

Queens Square, Bath BA1 2HH
01225 424105
www.francishotel.com

Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel

The five star Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is the perfect accommodation venue for Bath’s five star Festivals.

Sydney Road, Bath BA2 6NS
0844 8799106
www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk/our-hotels/macdonald-bath-spa-hotel/

SACO Serviced Apartments

SACO Bath offers a beautiful Aparthotel, right in the heart of ancient and historic Bath. We’ve restored an entire Georgian terrace to create a range of stunning studio, one and two bedroom apartments, so it’s a truly unique and special away from home experience for stays of any length.

37 St James’s Parade, Bath, BA1 1UH
01225 486540
www.sacoapartments.com/bath

For more information about accommodation in Bath, visit www.visitbath.co.uk or call Bath Tourist Information Centre on 0906 711 2000 (50p/min).

Apex City of Bath Hotel 

The Apex City of Bath Hotel site is situated on the corner of James Street West and Charles Street in the city centre, just five-minute walk from the Thermae Bath Spa. The hotel is Bath’s largest hotel both in terms of conference and events spaces and number of bedrooms.

The hotel’s conference room holds up to 400 delegates, the largest in Bath and the four-star hotel itself has 177 contemporary bedrooms including family rooms, some of which include balconies. All rooms feature walk-in spacious showers, baths and Elemis toiletries. As you’d expect the hotel is fully equipped with leisure facilities including a gym and pool as well as a stylish bar and restaurant.

James St W, Bath BA1 2DA
Phone: 01225 418500

www.apexhotels.co.uk/bath-hotel

The Gainsborough Bath Spa

Created by award-winning Champalimaud Design, the rooms and suites at The Gainsborough Bath Spa are custom furnished, subtly referencing period details combined with contemporary forms while including all the functional elements that discerning travellers have come to expect.

This Bath luxury accommodation is inclusive of standard five star amenities from luxurious bedding and generous wardrobes to cordless phones and full black out window coverings. Each room and suite also features an iPod docking station, a flat screen HD television, Roberts radio with Bluetooth connectivity, complimentary WiFi and radiant heated bathroom floors.

Beau Street, Bath BA1 1QY, England

Email: reservations@thegainsboroughbathspa.co.uk
Telephone: +44 (0) 1225 358 888

www.thegainsboroughbathspa.co.uk