Thermae Bath Spa
Thermae Welcome Plus
Includes a 3 hour spa session with full use of the indoor Minerva Bath, multi-sensory Wellness Suite and open-air rooftop pool. Towel, robe, slippers and a Thermae foldable bag provided.
Minimum age 16+
At a glance
Located in a series of Georgian buildings that nod to the town’s Roman past as well as its future, you will find classical columns offset by walls of glass, water and lots of natural light. The open air rooftop pool offers far and away the best views in the city, whether in snow or sunshine.
The spa is beautifully located at the heart of this spectacular city, but it is also in an extremely convenient position close to Bath Spa train station - a short walk or taxi ride away. If you are driving to the spa, it is worth noting there is no dedicated parking. There are a number of car parks and Park’n’Ride drop off points within walking distance however.
Bath is peppered with beautiful boutiques, shops and restaurants, so a day in the spa is definitely worth coupling with a little retail therapy, especially if you’re visiting with friends or on a mother/daughter break.
With a wealth of facilities and 27 treatment rooms, the spa welcomes groups of up to 10 people at a time. You have a set three hours when you visit to use the thermal facilities, which is lots of time to enjoy together before treatments and then retreating to the restaurant.
Thermae Bath Spa is the original day spa experience based on healing waters that have attracted visitors to the area for more than 8,000 years. Today it is a fusion of historic and contemporary style with a wide range of thermal facilities including four baths fed by the city’s natural thermal, mineral-rich waters. The day spa is open from 9am until 9.30pm.
Spa & Leisure
Britain’s original natural thermal spa in the centre of the historic town of Bath, Thermae Bath Spa is the best of traditional and contemporary spa experiences, located in the heart of a World Heritage Site and working exclusively with Spabreaks.com.
The thermal springs at this site are believed to have attracted visitors for their healing powers for more than 8,000 years. The city itself was founded around the springs by a prince, grateful for their medicinal properties, in 863BC. It was the Romans however, who built the Aquae Sulis as a sanctuary of rest and relaxation, and since then Bath Spa has drawn visitors from far and wide to relax in its waters.
Today the site has benefitted from inspired contemporary updates and facilities, not least the rooftop thermal pool that allows visitors to luxuriate in whilst taking in views across the rooftops of the beautiful city of Bath.
Inside however, the multi-sensory experience is the ultimate in thermal experiences. It offers a wealth of facilities that revolve around the four baths, which are still fed by the natural thermal, mineral-rich waters. There’s also an infrared sauna, two steam rooms, an ice room, heated loungers, experience showers, a hydro pool, Jacuzzi and a plunge pool, all of which is beautifully designed in a fusion of glass, stone, natural light and water.
A destination spa in every way, guests are provided with robes, towels and slippers and experience three hours in the facilities. There are also 27 treatment rooms which offer a range of more than 30 therapies from the Aromatherapy Associates product line. Treatment rooms lead into a relaxation lounge, and guests are also invited to enjoy food and drink in the Springs Cafe Restaurant, remaining in the comfort of your robe and slippers.