The Queensberry Hotel
AddressRussel St BathSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The quirky Queensberry is Bath's best boutique spoil. Four Georgian town houses have been combined into one seamlessly stylish whole. Some rooms are cosy in gingham checks and country creams, others feature bright upholstery, original fireplaces and freestanding tubs. The Olive Tree Restaurant is excellent, too. Rates exclude breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited The Queensberry Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Bath.
Description provided by property
A boutique townhouse hotel in the centre of Georgian Bath, The Queensberry mixes modern style with historic architecture, offering a quiet courtyard garden and an award-winning restaurant. The hotel offers free WiFi in all areas.
Welcoming, interesting bedrooms and cosy reception rooms give The Queensberry Hotel a feeling of casual luxury. Valet parking is available to all hotel guests at a surcharge.
All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, CD player, digital radio and all the luxury touches you would expect from a hotel with AA Red Star status.
Free tea and coffee is served in the hotel's drawing room between 08:00 and 20:00 daily, white room service is available until 22:00.
The Olive Tree Restaurant has 3 AA Rosettes and serves modern British food in a relaxed, yet stylish setting. The menus use the finest local and seasonal produce. Guests can also enjoy a range of drinks in the traditional bar.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
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