This suburb flaunts more number of listed buildings than anywhere else in the country, and quarters here exchange hands for rendering truly eye-popping sums. The entire city has been tagged as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO, so if history and art interest you then this is a must visit place for you, which you should include in your England itinerary. The suburb is sanctified with a treasure of architectural wonders, including the astounding Royal Cres and one of the planet's finest Roman Spas. You may also find few odds, such as snooty bars, knackering hills and rush hour traffic, but despite all these niggles, it would be hard for you not to fall in love with this daintily wrought English jewel. There are number of options for indulgence in and around this city, which include the magnificent Victorian streets, beautifully crafted city center, the amateur dramatics society, Queen Square and posh hotels. The moment you check-in at any of these hotels, you would be provoked to spend some time exploring the decor and extravagance of your hotel rather than stepping out to check-out the nearby market areas. Some of these lavish boutiques offer not only comfortable accommodation, but also act as a gateway into witnessing some of the relevant cultural aspects of this region. While some crash pads offer their guests guided tours for a day, other hotels are so much full of world class amenities that the guests are involved in exploring the extravagant decor of those accommodations.
The Royal Crescent is a magnificent 5-star boutique & luxury hotel in Bath, signifying the grandiosity of this city in true facets. It features exclusive dining, superb spa, picturesque landscape view from your room and tranquil garden. This hotel is just 15 minutes' walk away from the city centre, Theatre Royal and Pump Room baths. Each room is designed in 18th-century-style decor and the hotel flaunts a gym, sauna, steam room etc. Its price for double bedroom per night starts at $300. The Boutique & Luxury Hotels in Bath indeed exemplify nostalgia and modern comfort.