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Queensberry Hotel

Queensberry Hotel, Bath

At a Glance

    Pros

  • efficient service
  • tranquil ambience
  • valet parking

    Cons

  • occasional street noise
  • no tea/coffee-making facilities in rooms
  • breakfast costs extra

Fodorite Reviews

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Queensberry Hotel 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.

2011 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Georgian Splendor
Immerse yourself in Bath's 18th-century flavor at this smart, select, and sophisticated lodging; its just a stone's throw from such iconic Bath sights as The Circus and the Royal Crescent. From the valet parking on arrival to the evening turn-down, the Queensberry radiates a polished, 21st-century style. The hotel is a contemporary conversion of Georgian townhouses designed by one of Bath's foremost architects, John Wood the Younger, and includes plush but minimalist lounges and a walled garden. Rooms are highly individual: those in the eaves have rooftop vistas, others are in former drawing rooms with grand proportions. The Olive Tree is one of Bath's classiest restaurants, with a cutting-edge menu of Modern British dishes.

    Hotel Details

  • 26 rooms, 3 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-29-2014

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