Important Hotel Information
- Just opened: the brand new restaurant, The Allium Brasserie, created by the highly regarded Executive Head Chef, Chris Staines. It's set to become the most popular place to eat in the city.
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Great location, great value in Bath05/21/2012
This hotel located in an old inn was the perfect place to stay in bath. the beds were comfy and there was a nice lounge/living room for drinks and ...
This hotel located in an old inn was the perfect place to stay in bath. The beds were comfy and there was a nice lounge/living room for drinks and relaxing. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
3rd Time Staying at Abbey Hotel11/28/2007
This was my 3rd time staying here. the hotel is old with stairways going in very direction and the room numbers do not make much sense. but the hotel is ...
This was my 3rd time staying here. The hotel is old with stairways going in very direction and the room numbers do not make much sense. But the hotel is located right next to the Bath Abbey and the center of town making walking access to the town very easy. The rooms are clean and the beds are OK. I have always been given a very fair price for the rooms as I often do work for a nearby museum. Breakfasts are excellent but often cut off too early for me. Parking is a big issue. You have to park at a public off site garage and if you dont get up and plug the meter by 8am you get a nice 30 pound ticket which I did because I didnt get up in time to go plug the meter. Very irritating for someone trying to enjoy some vacation time. There should be hotel tickets that could be displayed on the dash boards so a little slack could be cut for those of us who like to sleep in a little on vacation.
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