Abbey Hotel

North Parade, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1LF, United Kingdom
(3 star hotel)
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Great Location

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 10, 2014

This hotel is excellently located right in the heart of Bath. The downside to this is a room facing the street and the pub, during the summer months. The rooms are quite hot so you have to open a window, but the pub is a bit noisy. It wasn't too much of an issue as we are not early sleepers and a bit after twelve it quieted down.

The prices can vary from £100 to £500 per room per night depending on the time of year. December is a very expensive month.

Unique Quality: Location

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Good Location

by written on March 2, 2010

The Abbey Hotel is convieniantly located close to all of the city's main attractions with Sally Lunns House, the Abbey and Roman Baths, Pulteney Bridge, Bath Rugby Club, Parade Gardens, the main shopping centre and great restaurants all within a short walk, and if you like walking and or boating then The river avon is located just to the right of the building.

They have 60 en-suite rooms which have recently been renovated to a high standard and include Free Wired and Wireless High Speed Internet Access, trouser Press, Hairdryer, Colour satellite television, Tea and coffee. rooms start from £60 upto and above £95 with discounts if booked in advance. There is free accommodation for two children under 15 years of age who share a room with two adults, you only have to pay for their food.

Unique Quality: The Hotel was built in the 1770's as 6 seperate houses and it still retains many Georgian features such as the wide doorways and high ceilings.

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Close to Abbey

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 29, 2008

Upon arriving at the hotel we were told we could not check in and should come back at 2pm when our room would be ready (it was about 1pm). We strolled around for a bit in the rain and wandered back around 2:15. Our room was still not done, so we decided to wait in the sitting area until it was. The front desk was not overly friendly and promptly forgot about us. We finally went back at 2:45 and received our keys. The hotel had some interesting up and down stairs to get to your room, but the room was clean and bigger than we had been expecting. We did have to call maintenance as several items were not working, but they came by quickly and fixed them. The view was of the back alley, but there were some pretty flower bushs there.

Unique Quality: The ceilings were very high in our room, but my husband and I both agreed it appeared as if it had been the corner of a hallway in the old building and converted to a room.

Directions: Walk straight down from the train station to Parade and turn left. The entrance is flat to the building, so you won't see the sign until you are right in front of it.

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Best Western Abbey Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 5, 2004

Jane Austen might have recognised the building as the townhomes of 6 prosperous merchants of her time. Today the exterior has been renovated to a uniform look, but since the entrance was still obscured by scaffolding when I visited, the picture gives you a view ' from the doorway'.

Furnished in a contemporary casual style, the Abbey Hotel maintains some remnants of Georgian charm. It is perfect for travelers who want no deviations from the rack standards typical for the US. Parking and good-sized family rooms are available. Small single rooms begin at L 65 and doubles at L 90 (including breakfast).

Unique Quality: Located at the center of town, The Abbey Hotel is very convenient to all information offices, the Abbey and Pump Room and the departure points for City of Bath walking tours.

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Address: North Parade, Bath, Somerset, BA1 1LF, United Kingdom

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Amenities at Abbey Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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