4–7 Russell Street Bath BA1 2QF 01225 447 928
Bath’s coolest hotel, The Queensberry spreads across four Georgian townhouses in a quiet residential street at the top of Bath. Public areas are light and airy, thanks to an impressive glass roof, while the minimalist rooms are designed with a sharp sense of style and have well-appointed bathrooms. The good-humoured staff are a good source of information on the city. Dinner-and-room offers can prove to be a good deal – indeed the hotel’s The Olive Tree restaurant is a dining destination in its own right.
I regularly stay at the Queensberry and love it's cool quirkiness. No standard corporate rooms here - every room is different and they're all (I've stayed in 11 different ones to date!) fabulous. Bathrooms are huge. Don't be put off by slightly tired and threadbare landings and halls - the communal rooms and bedrooms are all exceptional.
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