The Hotel is situated in the centre of one of Europe’s most splendid 18th Century architectural masterpieces – the Royal Crescent in Bath. Should you arrive by car, you will be greeted by a member of the Concierge team who will ensure valet parking during your stay.
The Hotel offers complimentary valet parking to our resident guests who book directly with the hotel, either on the phone or through the website. (A £30 Charge will be applied for guests booking through 3rd party websites)
A personalised Chauffeur Transfer Service with air-conditioned cars is available for transfers to the hotel, for tours and visits to places of interest. Please speak to our concierge team to arrange.
The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the city centre and Bath Spa railway station. The City of Bath is a hive of activity with unlimited shopping opportunities, wine bars and restaurants. Meanwhile, the Hotel provides the ideal base from which to explore nearby places of interest such as the Cotswolds, Wells, Stonehenge and Longleat House. See our 50 things to do in Bath & Beyond for more information.
Trains from London Paddington to Bath Spa, 1 hour and 20 minutes.
London Heathrow, 90 minutes by car.
London Gatwick, 3 hours by car.
Bristol International (including US New York (Newark) Flights), 40 minutes by car.
Road closure notice - Bath Race for Life event - Sunday 8th July 2018
On Sunday 8th July 2018 the Bath Race for Life 5k/10k walk, jog or run event will take in Royal Victoria Park. Bath and North East Somerset Council has very kindly provided facilities for the event to happen. We are writing to let you know in advance that part of the course is in your area and to ensure the safety of participants there will be council approved road closures on the below roads:
The road closures will be re-opened at 13.30 or earlier, as soon as the last participant has passed and is safe to do so. Stewards will be on hand to assist and direct you. The event starts and finishes in Royal Victoria Park and the route is around the internal park roads and pathways.