The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa
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The Royal Crescent Hotel takes up houses 15 and 16 of the Crescent, and a (quite sensible) local ban on signage means it’s unmarked, though the presence of a doorman is enough of a giveaway. House number one of the Crescent may be given over to a museum decorated in authentic eighteenth-century style, but the hotel’s interiors are quite a bit more current, thanks to the work of designer Jane Clayton — think crisp contemporary-classic with a healthy smattering of antiques.
Aesthetics aside, the rooms and suites are as comfortable as can be, with rich four-poster beds and marble baths; though the in-room baths of course pale in comparison to the hotel’s airy, light-filled spa. Of course there’s no law that says when in Bath, you must do as the Romans did — other leisure options include the Library, the Pavilion Conservatory, the gardens, and Montagu’s Mews, the hotel’s flagship restaurant and bar. And in case that’s not enough, there’s plenty to do farther afield, with Bath suffering no shortage of restaurants, pubs, and sights to see.
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Amenities & Services
- Free wi-fi
- Free parking
- Valet parking
- Room service
- Indoor swimming pool
- Spa treatments (on request)
- Turkish bath
- 100% non-smoking hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Doctor on call
- Adjoining rooms
- Air conditioning
- Babysitting (on request)
- Luggage storage
- Pet Friendly
- Pets allowed (charges apply)
- Golf nearby
- EV Charging Station
- Swimming pool
- Tennis court
Need to Know
- For reservations of 7 nights or more, a deposit of 50% of the total stay is required at the time of booking, with the remaining 50% charged on the arrival date. For bookings of 7 nights or more you must cancel your booking by 12 noon, 7 days prior to arrival to avoid a cancellation charge. For late cancellations the deposit already taken is non-refundable. No show fee and early departure fee is 100% of the stay.
- Extra beds for children can be accommodated in Heritage double rooms or Suites and there will be a charge of £50 per child per night (including full English breakfast).
- Extra beds are suitable for children from 6 - 11 years.
- Extra cots or beds are available free of cost for children from 0-6 years.
- No extra beds are available in Deluxe double rooms.
- Children over this age will be considered an adult and can be accommodated on a sofa bed in Deluxe Suites and will be charged at £150 per person per night (including full English breakfast).
- Pets are welcome and there will be a charge of £35 per pet per stay. A maximum of 2 pets per room are allowed. Pet-friendly rooms include Master rooms and Deluxe suites that will have access to outside space. The Royal Crescent Hotel kindly requests that dogs are kept on a lead at all times.
- No pets are allowed in Deluxe double rooms, Heritage double rooms, or Master Suites.
- Eligible Plus reservations: Credits and discounts will be applied at check-out in local currency unless otherwise noted. Credits are valid toward incidentals only and will be forfeited if not used.
- Please find below our Spa policy from Monday 4th September 2023:
- Children aged 16 and above are welcome to enjoy the spa facilities and have treatments.
- Children under 16 years of age can only use the relaxation pool during school holidays (please check dates when booking) at restricted times: 9am to 10am and 4pm to 5pm daily subject to availability. Outside of these times, The Spa & Bath House is for our adult guests and members only.
- Due to limited availability booking in advance with our Spa Reception Team is essential.
Credit cards accepted
Sustainability Measures and Certifications
Guest Rooms and Public Spaces
- Uses energy-efficient heating and cooling
- Uses energy-efficient lighting
- Stocks eco-friendly shampoo and soap
- Gives guests the option to reuse linens and towels
- No single-use plastic straws
- Provides charging for electric vehicles
- Sources produce from local farms
- Creates seasonal menus from locally sourced produce
- Offers vegan menu options
- Sells or donates surplus food
- Composts food waste
- Reduces food waste
Community and Environment
- Purchases from locally owned businesses
- Hires locally with fair wages, benefits, and advancement
- Actively supports the needs of the local community
- Trains staff in sustainability best practices
- Trains staff in local cultural heritage
- Restores and protects natural ecosystems and wildlife
- Measures and reduces water waste
- Measures and reduces carbon emissions