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Bath Hotels

If a trip to the English countryside appeals to you, Bath is a must-see. And as far as accommodations, Bath hotels are among the most visited in the United Kingdom. Make your reservations and follow in the footsteps of eminent personalities who called Bath their home. 
Consider the Royal Crescent among the impressive line up of historic Bath hotels. It’s one of only two Grade A rated British establishments. As a guest you’ll encounter a level of service and hospitality second to none. The rooms are exquisitely done with period furnishings, fitted with custom made Cliveden beds and filled with amenities like plush robes, television and stereo among many. You may order a meal from room service or dine at Pimpernels the hotel’s superb restaurant. At the Royal Crescent you can spend long afternoons relaxing at the spa with treatments that boast the benefits of the town’s waters. The staff can arrange for you to go hot air ballooning or sailing down the river on a 1920s vessel. If traveling to Bath for other than leisure, you’ll be happy to find that as in most Bath hotels this one too affords the necessary conveniences of the modern business world.          
Take a tour of beautiful Bath and you’ll come across a wealth of Victorian styled buildings. The Wentworth House, for instance, will catch your attention with its majestic appearance. It’s a must see among the list of stunning Bath hotels and the perfect location for an enjoyable holiday. It’s close to the city center but secluded enough to afford visitors a serene environment. Each room is individually decorated with four poster beds, hand-embroidered linens, and television and coffee/tea maker. The Wentworth House offers a lovely swimming pool, hot tub and complimentary English or continental breakfast.         
Bath hotels are usually situated amidst beautiful surroundings and the Mercure Francis hotel is no exception. It’s not far from boutiques and restaurants and faces Queen Square. You can walk to Roman Baths, the abbey and the Bath Theatre Royal. It’s reasonably priced and among the best liked Bath hotels. 
If you’re on a tight budget however, Bath Paradise House is one of the recommended Bath hotels. At first glance this Georgian styled mansion appears to be expensive, but it’s not. It’s nestled behind tall walls and manicured lawns allowing for great views of the city and the hills. The bedrooms are delightful and comfortable with canopied beds, soft pastel quilts, television and private bathrooms. 
And next to Henrietta Park you’ll encounter Redcar Hotel, another of the popular Bath hotels. It’s a small but quaint townhouse where pets are allowed, its personnel are friendly and you don’t have to break the bank. It offers maid service, television, complimentary morning newspaper and wireless access.   
When traveling with children, Barcelo Combe Grove Manor will suit you just fine. It’s one of the closest Bath hotels to the Bristol Zoo and the American Museum. It features a swimming pool, jogging path and tennis courts among other perks. 
Bath hotels are your gateway to one of England’s hidden treasures.

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