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Bath and the Cotswolds Hotels

Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

  • Queensberry Hotel, Bath

    Queensberry Hotel

Pros

  • Efficient service
  • Tranquil ambience
  • Valet parking

Cons

  • Occasional street noise
  • No tea/coffee-making facilities in rooms
  • Breakfast costs extra

Updated 05/29/2014

Fodor's Review

Intimate and elegant, this boutique hotel in a residential street near the Circus occupies three 1772 town houses built by John Wood the Younger for the marquis of Queensberry; it's a perfect marriage of chic sophistication, homey comforts, and attentive service. Renovations have preserved the Regency stucco ceilings and cornices and marble tile on the fireplaces, and each room is individually decorated in contemporary style. Four terraced gardens invite a summer aperitif,

and downstairs is the excellent, understated Olive Tree restaurant.

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Hotel Award Winner | 2011

Hotel Information

Address:

7 Russel St., Bath, BA1 2QF, England

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Phone:

01225-447928

Hotel Details:

  • 26 rooms, 3 suites
  • No meals

Updated 05/29/2014

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By Julie

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Mar 3, 2003

Give the restaurant a miss

We stayed here last weekend for the third time. Although the hotel is still very nice, we were unimpressed with the quality of the furnishings for the price, especially the broken toilet seat, and some of the staff were rather young and unpolished. However, our main problem was with the restaurant, which we were also visiting for the third time. Our visit was completely ruined by the rude, arrogant and patronising attitude of the manager to a query

about one of the wines on the wine list. As well as offending us, he managed to display his total ignorance of the wine list, and that wine in particular. The food itself was variable - my husband's lemon sole was very good, while my pork was dry and chewy, and to our amazement a request for bread or toast to accompany a terrine brought (grudgingly) a slice of processed white ready-sliced supermarket bread. This restaurant has gone downhill badly since our last visit, and we will not be visiting again.

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By Jim

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Sep 23, 2002

Beautiful Hotel

Wonderful in all respects! Worth every penny.

By Bubba

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Jun 24, 2002

Simply Awsome

A very special place. Wonderful service and a beautiful inn. The restaurant was also first rate.

By Robert

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Jan 22, 2002

What a great place

The experience was very very nice indeed.

By Jill

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Jan 21, 2002

Fit for a Queen

The Queensberry was simply gorgeous. Lovely, co-ordinated rooms furnished with style and class. Friendly, helpful staff. Wonderful food. A lovely garden and bar where you could help yourself and write down what you'd had! A gem. We will return.

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