The Gainsborough Bath Spa offers vacationers access to Bath's celebrated thermal waters. Located on two floors in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath, England and designed by the award-winning Champalimaud Design firm, the property is the modern reflection of the creative and artistic city.

Which Room to Book

All of the hotel's 99 rooms and suites are custom furnished with five-star amenities. High windows provide ample lighting and panoramic views of the city and its surroundings.

For guests needing more privacy, the 17th-century 14-room Bellotts building was annexed to the hotel and is connected via an underground passage.

Restaurants

Savor simple and fresh haute cuisine at the 94-seat Gainsborough Restaurant while poring over displayed works from the Bath School of Art and Design artists.

Adjacent to the restaurant is the 14-seater Private Dining Room which can also serve as a meeting room and connects to The Bar for cocktails and the usual fares.

The Lobby Lounge accommodates 45 people and offers light lunch, afternoon tea and aperitifs.

The Spa Village Bath

The Spa Village Bath taps into the original Bath Springs and offers spa goers access to the city's thermal healing waters combined with British aromatherapy.

The Spa features natural thermal water pools, infrared saunas, ice chambers, movement studios, steam rooms, an apothecary, 11 treatment rooms, a 24-hour Fitness Centre, beauty salon, two tatami rooms for Asian therapies and a host of therapeutic massages and body treatments inspired from the local healing waters.

Getting Married

The elegant period architecture of the property, the semi-shell stage of the Banquet Room and the romantic ambiance of The Chapel Room makes the hotel a perfect venue for wedding ceremonies. The Great Room, The Boyd nd The Hungerford Room are also available for functions and events.

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