Queensberry Hotel

Russel Street, Bath, Somerset, BA1 2QF, United Kingdom
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Contemporary Comfort

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

Great location and 'good vibrations'.
Built in 1771 as a townhouse for the Marquis of Queensberry, the hotel is quietly situated close to the Circus and the Assembly Rooms. Original Georgian plasterwork sets the tone. Shades of teal, chocolate and indigo create the syncopation. A handsome mix of contemporary light and dark wood furnishings give an uptempo feel to this place. Renovated baths are spa-like. The visitor quickly realises that the Queensberry is a privately-owned establishment that prides itself on individual comfort and personal service. Yet for all the embellishments, prices are reasonable. Double rooms are L 100-140.

Unique Quality: Take a stroll in the 'secret garden'. Read the paper while savoring your coffee in the library lounge. The noise of the outside world does not penetrate to disturb your meditations.

The Olive Tree restaurant in the lower level
offers compact portions of modern cuisine in a blend of English and Mediterranean flavors. Lunch menus are priced from L13.50. Dinners feature 3 courses at L26.50 but a la carte items are also avaliable.
Oenophiles will enjoy the eclectic offerings served at the handsome wood and leather bar.

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  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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