Save up to C$590 by booking Flight + Hotel.
Search 321,000 hotels and 400 airlines worldwide.
Get the price Guarantee available for your trip.
The origins on this historic city can be traced back to AD 60, when the Romans came to bathe in its hot springs. Today, the springs remain central to Bath’s identity, with many visitors coming to relax at the city’s spa resorts. The entire city was recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and draws many visitors for its fascinating Roman, Grecian and Royal British history.
Bath is a popular destination year round. In summer the streets and parks of the city are full of locals enjoying the sun. Pack a picnic to enjoy in Parade Gardens as you look across the River Avon, or throw some bread to the ducks in Victoria Park, the largest park in Bath. Behind the park is Royal Crescent, an street of 18th century terrace houses built in an sweeping crescent.
The best way to see the city’s landmarks is by embarking on a walking tour from Bath Abbey. Visit the Roman Baths to see where the city began, see one of the finest examples of gothic architecture in Britain at the Bath Abbey, or take a walk up Great Pulteney Street. Make your way to Pulteney Bridge for shopping, as the bridge is one of just four in the world that is completely lined by retailers. Along with historic landmarks Bath is renowned for its museums, galleries and cultural institutions.
While Bath may not be known for its culinary exports, it is home to some of the coziest pubs in England, and the pub fare is second to none. Enjoying a pie and a pint of bath ale is the perfect way to warm up during Bath’s chilly winter months. Weekend farmers’ markets are a great opportunity to sample the regional delicacies, including locally produced cheddar cheese.
From London you can reach Bath by coach or car in around 2 hours, while visitors arriving from outside the UK will find Bristol’s international airport at your service. At just over 100 miles (160 kilometers) from London, Bath is a perfect weekend escape from the big smoke.
Accommodation in Bath
When it comes to securing affordable hotel deals in Bath, Expedia's hotels guide has 79 hotels to choose from.
If you feel like splashing out on a little luxury, be sure to check out the latest Expedia deals and specials for the Royal Crescent Hotel, at 16 Royal Crescent, and the Ston Easton Park, at Ston Easton Park, near Bath. The Macdonald Bath Spa, Sydney Road, and the Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery Collection, Queen Square, are two other high-ranking Expedia-listed hotel options worth investigating.
A highlight of any stay in Bath is Roman Baths. If you choose to stay near Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent Hotel and the Macdonald Bath Spa are both recommended options.
Located in the heart of Bath, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Herschel Museum of Astronomy and Theatre Royal Bath. Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in the heart of Bath, this hotel is steps from The Egg Theatre and Theatre Royal Bath. Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are also within 10 minutes.
Situated in Bath, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Sydney Gardens and The Holburne Museum. Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in a rural location, this spa hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of American Museum in Britain, Bath Abbey, and Roman Baths. University of Bath and The Holburne Museum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in the heart of Bath, this hotel is steps from The Egg Theatre, Jane Austen Centre, and Theatre Royal Bath. Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Limpley Stoke, this eco-friendly hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Claverton Pumping Station, American Museum in Britain, and University of Bath. Westwood Manor is 3 mi (4.8 km) away.
Situated in Bath, this bed & breakfast is steps from Parade Gardens, Bath Abbey, and Roman Baths. Theatre Royal Bath and Jane Austen Centre are also within 15 minutes.
Hilton Bath City is next to the River Avon and has some of Bath’s best Georgian architecture right outside its door. It’s only 5 minutes on foot to the Theatre Royal and Bath Abbey, and just a little farther to Bath Spa Railway Station. Take a 10-minute stroll to the beauty and well kept Parade Park (entrance fee). Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are also within easy reach on foot. Bath Spa Railway Station is a 15-minute walk with direct links to London Paddington. Parking is available in the local vicinity and there are 3 Park & Ride options, the hotel doesn’t own a car park.