from £140
per person

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

9.0 Excellent 8 customer reviews

Spa and hotel facilities

What makes this an Elysium Collection spa?

Most Loved By

Couples. This hotel and spa are achingly romantic. Make for weekend trysts, proposals and babymoons, it’s not just the food, the wine, the spa and the style, but even the location that’s all about Hollywood perfect moments.

Best Known For

You can guarantee the food is excellent, the Champagne flows and the fusion of history and contemporary all contribute to the sense of luxury.


The architecture. Bath is generally known for its honey-coloured Georgian townhouses, and this place is exactly as you would hope it to be.

Exceptional Spa Feature

The candlelit pool surrounded by ecclesiastical-style windows invites a reverence to peaceful relaxation.

Spa & Leisure

The Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath is a pretty perfect escape, in one of the UK’s most beautiful cities. It’s like stepping into a Jane Austen novel, if Jane Austen had world-class spa facilities and contemporary design, including a Himalayan salt infused sauna using the natural healing properties of salt therapy to improve skin conditions and strengthen the immune system, a blossom steam inhalation room for relaxation and detox, a vitality pool with massage jets positioned to aid relaxation and release tension in the back and calves, a hammam, and hot and tepid tubs. There is also a 12-metre candlelit pool and a gym adjacent to the spa.

There are eight treatment rooms and the spa works with Elemental Herbology and Jessica to offer a range of personalised facials, massages, manicures and pedicures in a tranquil environment that combines original architecture with natural woods, bamboo, pebbles and slate interiors.

Hotel & Accommodation

Key Features

  • Five star hotel
  • Location on a beautiful crescent in a beautiful city
  • Historic architecture
  • Award-winning restaurant with three AA rosettes
  • Luxury style

A Grade I listed, Georgian townhouse in the picturesque town of Bath, The Royal Crescent Hotel is part of the architectural masterpiece created by John Wood that is the stuff postcards are made of. With 45 rooms featuring restored antiques, the design transports you to a bygone age of glamour but with all the modern convenience of luxury travel. The hotel had a complete refurbishment in 2015, under the expert guidance of interior designer Jane Clayton & Company.

Meanwhile, The Dower House restaurant is overseen by Head Chef and rugby aficionado David Campbell, whose interest in sports nutrition once earned him the role of team chef to the England rugby team. The hotel restaurant has been awarded three AA rosettes. The Montagu bar is a feature for cocktails, Champagnes, and all-day dining options.


The Royal Crescent Hotel, 16 Royal Crescent, Bath

12 miles SE of Bristol

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