Located right in the heart of historic Bath, just 1 mile from the main train station, 15 minutes from Bristol and 2 hours from London by train, the five-star Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is one of Bath's finest, luxury hotels.
The team at Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is driven to delivering first-class and personal service, so you can be assured of one of the most welcoming and attentive stays in Bath.
Our stylish, flexible meeting rooms and stunning location, make Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel the perfect meeting venue in Bath. Accessible to reach with landscaped gardens and plenty of grounds for your event, we'll provide an environment and dedicated meeting team to help you hit all of your meeting objectives.
Our food is quite simply outstanding, awarded with two AA rosettes for excellent quality and service in the Vellore Restaurant. From our award-winning breakfast to delicious evening service, it's an experience that you won't want to miss. For the indulgent types, your stay wouldn't be complete without a visit to the spa, one of the best spa hotels in Bath. With its very own hydro therapy pool enjoy the outside whatever the weather.
Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is indeed one of the best hotels in Bath - for every occasion from weddings to corporate events and VIP meetings.
Check-in from 3.30pm / Check-out 11am Fully accessible to wheelchair users Guide dogs are welcome and stay for free Room service available 24 hours a day Parking is available at a rate of £15 for residents and non residents per day Children up to 14 years old are welcome to use the swimming pool between 8am-5pm within designated children's lanes and must be accompanied by an adult Children under 16 are only permitted to use our indoor pool
With Britain's only hot springs, a Jane Austen legacy and the most genteel of Georgian architecture, this is a most romantic city. Where better to base yourself to enjoy that romance, history and tradition than our hotel in Bath? The Roman Baths, its temple and bathing complex are a good place to begin your visit. Bath Abbey, where the first King of England was crowned, and the Jane Austen Centre are equally fascinating.
More up-to-date pursuits might include a balloon flight or vintage car drive, perhaps to the nearby Longleat estate with its park's collection of wild animals. Films feature strongly in Bath's recent history: Dracula, Vanity Fair and Persuasion have used the city as a location.