About Hotel Bath
Bath: Tradition Blended With Tranquility
Bath is a culturally rich city in Somerset located in South West England. Originally designed as a spa resort by the Romans, the city and its history have been around since AD 43. Bath is home to several hot springs, which are the only naturally occurring springs in the entire United Kingdom.
With not only wonderful scenery and deluxe hotel Bath accommodation, this city also has a vast number of theatres and museums to tour, and a lot of cultural and sporting venues throughout, solidifying <b>Bath</b> as the heart of tourism. Over 1 million staying tourists and 3.8 million day visitors visit the city every year, making Bath one of the most popular and most planned vacation spots in England.
If you're curious in having a taste of the artistic side of Bath, feel free to pay a visit to one of Bath's five one of a kind theatres. They are recognized to attract many internationally famous companies and directors. The city is also a haven of a number of music venues, Bath Abbey is proud of the Klais Organ and is also the biggest concert venue in the whole city, holding about twenty concerts and twenty six organ recitals every year. Come and stay during the Bath International Music Festival or the Mozartfest and have a taste of the musical contributions of Bath.
Other events and activities include the annual Bath Film Festival, the Bath Literature Festival (Bath was once native land to Jane Austin, the Bath Fringe Festival, or the ever famous Bath Beer Festival. There are also a vast number of commercial art galleries and antique shops to lighten up your interest.
Maybe, your family is even more amazed to the sporting arenas present in Bath. Come bring your family to catch a football, rugby or cricket game, or come and be a part of cheering on the Bath Half Marathon which commonly lures over 10,000 runners.
One of the best things about a vacation is trying new foods. If you are looking for somewhere delicious to eat during your stay in Bath, you will be pleasantly surprised. The city is well known for its fantastic hospitality and award winning restaurants, pubs and tearooms. Bath provides an expansive menu, catering to every palette and budget, British and international alike. For those food connoisseurs, there is a wide selection of food and beverage events to indulge throughout the year, or swing through one of the many farmers' markets that are in and around Bath.
During your vacation in Bath it should be a priority that you pay a visit to the excellent and amazing Roman Baths temple or soak in the warm, mineral-rich waters of the Thermae Bath Spa, these are fed by Britain's only natural hot springs, and are Bath's namesake. As you bask in the warmth and serenity of the watery paradise, and are taken in by the art decoration style or Georgian architecture, you can enjoy the age and the rich history behind this fantastic city and wash your worries away.
Bath caters to the relaxation you deserve paired with the night clubs and fancy resto and with less than 200,000 actual full time residents. This combination of culture and class helps keep historic Bath the excellent vacation trip for your tour to England.