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Three Night Summer Delight in Bath, England at The Royal Crescent Hotel

Royal Crescent Hotel

A trip to The Royal Crescent Hotel is worth it for the spa alone. Housed in a converted coach house and stables, The Bath House is a sight to behold: a contemporary retreat opening onto the hotel’s beautiful gardens. The spa boasts a heated relaxation pool, cool and tepid plunge tubs, sauna and steam Karahafus, fully equipped gymnasium, and treatment rooms. Embracing both traditional and progressive spa philosophies, the treatments range from massages to full aromatherapy facials, from fruit enzyme wraps to holistic foot and nail treatments.

Royal Crescent Hotel

Not to be outdone by its spa, The Royal Crescent Hotel is an architectural masterpiece turned luxury hotel. Here’s the skinny on the setting from Wikipedia: “The Royal Crescent is a residential road of 30 houses, laid out in a crescent, in the city of Bath, England. Designed by the architect John Wood the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, it is among the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom and is a grade I listed building.” Occupying two central buildings in the crescent, the elegant hotel lets guests experience a style of gracious living from a bygone age. Outside in the “secret gardens,” guests can indulge in a sumptuous Afternoon Tea. Dinner at the hotel’s Dower House restaurant is just as good. There are 45 guest rooms, each with their own character, appointed with authentic period carpets, furnishings, and fabrics.

Royal Crescent Hotel

Take a break this August over the Brits’ Bank Holiday weekend at this beautiful Relais & Chateaux property. Book the “Three Night Summer Delight” package, from GBP 310 per room, per night including VAT, and you’ll also enjoy full English Breakfast, a three course dinner on one night, a bottle of House Champagne in the room for your arrival, use of The Bath House spa and Full Afternoon Tea on the day of your choice. This special break is available from August 28 to August 31, 2009, subject to availability.

Royal Crescent Hotel

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