Did you ever wonder what kind of hotel accommodation can be found on a visit to Bath? Well here we will go through the main types of accommodation. So, if you are planning that next trip to visit the ancient Spa city and World Heritage Site in Bath within heart of the South West of England, here is a selection of what type of accommodation you can expect to find in the city.
The most popular accommodation on offer in the city of bath is mostly Hotels and the Bed and Breakfast establishments, both of these are good options for visitors and travellers alike. Here we will deal with the hotel options available. They can come in a wide variety for you to choose from, whilst encompassing all areas of the visitor accommodation spectrum from the luxury sector to the more financially economical budget end.
There are many hotels spread all over the city of Bath, the upper end of the price range and more luxurious hotels are situated in or near the key areas of the city or on the outskirts within a more rural environment. The most notable Bath city attractions being the Royal Crescent with its Georgian Architecture, the Roman Spa Baths with the Pump House, the Jane Austen Centre and the Thermae Bath Spa to name just a few. These luxury hotels cater more for customers where price is not an issue and want in house facilities like health clubs, spa treatments, a restaurant with a prestigious accolade or two and possibly their luxury accommodation is in close proximity to the main sights within the city centre.
In the middle price ranged hotels you will still find a good selection of accommodation with a lesser range of certain facilities available, but these are normally non inclusive. The rooms might well be smaller or the location of the establishments may not be as well placed to the areas of most interest within the city depending on your needs. The restaurant may not be as acclaimed as higher priced establishments but the food will generally be of a high standard, with a variety of menus on offer. But these hotels still offer a good value option with a reasonably high level comfort and service to make your stay a good one, without putting a large dent in your finances.
Hotels on the budget end of the scale are normally smaller in size and also the rooms can tend to be smaller, some rooms may have more limited facilities within them, with no complementary gifts or free toiletries. They tend to be further from the main city centre and aim to pitch to the low cost market, for people who are primarily on a budget or possibly just staying for a limited period or for people not intending to spend much time in the hotel at all. These budget hotels will often be family run with more of a home feel to the establishment, with maybe more of a home cooked style menu in their restaurant. Where as many of the budget hotels nowadays may not have a restaurant as this adds to running costs and the hotel owners’ might expect their guests to dine out, especially if they are in close proximity to the city centre and its many restaurants and bistros.
So depending on your budget and requirements for travel accommodation there will be a wide range of choices on offer in the City of Bath during your visit. One thing is for sure you will be spoilt for hotel accommodation options within most areas of the city, so the choice is yours.
This article was written by Gregory Greene on behalf of the Royal Hotel Bath. For Hotels