The Gainsborough Bath Spa, the hotel reference in the South-West of England
In the South-West of a chic and rustic England, The Gainsborough Bath Spa stands out in the setting of a thermal spa highly prized by the « Royals ».
After the iconic Dorchester and the Como Halkin, in London, let's escape to the thermal town of Bath, in the county of Somerset, to discover the high-end hotel offer of the Gainsborough Bath Spa. Only 2 hours from the City, this small gem of Victorian and Georgian architecture, member of The Leading Hotels of the World chain, is the nec plus ultra of deluxe dwellings, with an exclusive access to natural warm springs in Roman baths.
The homage of Bath to the painter Thomas Gainsborough
The name of this 5 star is a reference to the portraitist and landscape artist, Thomas Gainsborough, who lived inside this venue inscribed on the World Patrimony of Unesco. Having sheltered in the past a hospital, the establishment is well known for its circuit of natural pools, whose waters come from the local thermal springs. Under its glass atrium, the 1300 m² Spa Village offers a sauna, hammam, ice fountain and new age aquatic therapies for a personalized global experience.
Delightful suites and a theatrical gourmet offer
In terms of accomodations, the 99 rooms and suites are custom-furnished and their discreet refinement features period details. Another strong point, the table of Dan Moon, a chef with innovative menus. Precursor of the modern British culinary scene, the intricate presentation of his dishes, which are concocted with local products, provides gourmet moments along with a keen festive sense. Now just join the « Royals »—they have made the Gainsborough their favorite regional vacation resort…