Queensberry Hotel

A bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The red bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The exterior of the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The brown bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The blue bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
A bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The red bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The exterior of the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The brown bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
The blue bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England
A bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, EnglandThe red bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, EnglandThe exterior of the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, EnglandThe brown bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, EnglandThe blue bedroom at the Queensberry Hotel in Bath, England

Traditional but certainly not stuck in its ways, Queensberry Hotel has approached the Bath hotel scene with a degree of eccentricity and modern thinking.

By JAY KAY
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  • Another characteristic that sets this boutique hotel apart from the rest is its generous spirit. Amenities such as parking, Wifi in public areas, tea, coffee and even Thermae Spa pack of towels and robes are free.

    Spread across a row Georgian terraced townhouses, the 29 rooms show off features of original fire places, large windows and ornamental ceiling while the actual decor is contemporary designed in neutral colours with the occasional wall or cushion in brighter tones.

    Good to Know

    The hotel has a restaurant that’s worth trying, terrace gardens, and a relaxed bar.
    If this is your first time in Bath and you’re stuck for ideas, Queensberry Hotel comes to rescue with thick folders of information and tips on the city in each of its 29 rooms.

  • Accommodation

    29 bedrooms – Classic, Superior, Double, Four-Poster Suite, and Junior Suite.

    Top rooms – Deluxe Doubles and suites offer ample space and bags of original features.

    Prices range from £100 not always including breakfast.

    Eat & Drink

    Olive Tree Restaurant fine dining menu is short and to the point, featuring local produce presented in creative dishes.

    A mixture of snacks and a wide range of drinks (including great cocktails) can be enjoyed in Old Q Bar, an elegant sitting room with a touch of Britishness.

    Activities

    With Bath on the doorstep, the hotel leaves it to you to find your fix.

    Relaxation

    Take it easy at the terrace gardens or relax with a drink in the living room style bar.

    Essentials

    Parking – available on site.

    Wifi – free in public areas.

    Room service – 12pm and 10pm.

    Children – welcome with activity packs and child-sized bathrobes provided. Cots can be arranged for free and extra beds cost £25 a night. Babysitting should be booked a day in advance and costs from £7.50 an hour.

    Pets – not allowed to our knowledge but it’s worth asking.

  • Queensberry Hotel
    4–7 Russel Street
    Bath BA1 2QF

Updated: 8 September 2015