The 18th century The Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath is the only hotel located actually within the famous Royal Crescent.
The 'Master Suites' are the most luxurious and spacious suites at The Royal Crescent Hotel. These suites have ornate Georgian plasterwork ceilings, full length picture windows and views over the Crescent and private garden.
The Classic bedrooms are individually designed with key features such as silk wallpaper, queen or double beds - some with fourposters, and elegantly completed with beautiful soft furnishings and luxury amenities.
Afternoon tea at the hotel is an area where new general manager Jonathan Stapleton is looking to capitalise on. With a menu that changes throughout the day and a beautiful garden setting, Stapleton hopes to attract guests as well as passers-by.
Antique features meet with contemporary living spaces to give a fresh yet elegant feel in the deluxe bedrooms. Each individual room is complete with period characteristics and stylish furnishings.
Traditionally Georgian in style with period features such as an open fireplace, The Library can be used for private dining events or for special occasions shared with family and friends and can cater for up to 12 guests.
Each bedroom is individually designed the soft palette of the purple and yellow oozes charm and class.
The Master Suites all come complete with home comforts such as air conditioning, a flatscreen TV, a docking station, Nespresso coffee machine and bottles of water.
Located in House 15 and House 16 of The Royal Crescent, every Master Suite is individually decorated with its own layout. Guests will even find fresh flowers on arrival, adding to the luxury experience.