Family-owned boutique hotel spread across four beautiful Georgian Townhouses near the centre of Bath, also home to The Olive Tree Restaurant, Bath's only Michelin Star restaurant. Each of the 29 bedrooms and Suites are individually designed and furnished taking cues from the Georgian heritage, but with cheeky twists of contemporary comfort. A very convenient Valet parking service is available.
What makes a stay at The Queensberry Hotel unique?
With the four original properties now combined into one, people often find themselves puzzled about where they are - but this is all part of the charm of this unique property. The staff will always be on hand to assist and nothing is too much trouble for this friendly and knowledgeable international team. From taking the bags from the car to giving information about the city or assisting a guest in the hotel, every guest will be personally looked after based on their needs and requests. Staying at the Queensberry Hotel is also having the chance of being offered stellar breakfast and room service, and why not experience Chris Cleghorn's tasting menu in the Olive Tree.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Queensberry Hotel?
The Queensberry Hotel includes 26 bedrooms, 2 Junior Suites and one Four Poster Suite. Extra beds for children can be added in Deluxe rooms and Junior Suites. Adjoining rooms and twin rooms available upon request. Each room features Harrison Spinks mattress, flat-screen TVs and DAB digital radios. The bathrooms -shrines to blissful indolence - are equally beautiful, generously stocked with exclusive brand White Company Lime & Bay Toiletries and sumptuously soft white dressing gowns.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bath area?
Bath and its area are multi-faceted, there are activities for everyone. Sightseeing, relaxing in thermal water and shopping are the main attractions, but there is much more to discover. The Canal offers a lovely walk and cycling route, all the way to Bradford on Avon. A variety of activities with or without children can be arranged, including hot air balloon, paddling or visiting nearby Longleat Safari Park.
Not to be missed are the famous Jane Austen Festival and Christmas market. Sports events are also a regular occurrence in the city. Come to cheer Bath Rugby or run Bath Half Marathon. And to keep you going, nothing better than an extensive and various food scene describe below.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Queensberry Hotel has its very own restaurant, the Olive Tree is Bath's only Michelin Star restaurant, run by Chef Chris Cleghorn. Make sure you book a table in advance to avoid disappointment. The Queensberry Hotel offers 24 hours room service and breakfast is served every day in the restaurant. If you are looking for something different, speak to the front of house team, they can direct you to a variety of establishments in the city center or further afield.