An impressive Bath stay at an 18th-century Georgian townhouse
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A honey-stoned, 18th-century Georgian townhouse with eclectic interiors on Bath's Queen Square – includes full English breakfast and a bottle of wine
Famous for its graceful Georgian architecture, Bath has long been one of England's most fashionable cities. A collection of seven Regency townhouses, the recently refurbished Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery by Sofitel retains every ounce of the property's original grandeur, with handsome antiques, fine paintings and classical pillars, paired with modern touches and vibrant prints. Coupled with flamboyant Parisian decor, the hotel's operatic interiors are timelessly stylish.
Situated on the historic Queen Square and close to the Circus, the Royal Crescent and the Roman Baths, this refined Grade I-listed residence is just a short stroll from the city's beautiful centre. A short amble through the hotel will take you to the renowned Brasserie Blanc, which provides the perfect place to unwind and relax after a busy day of soaking up the city’s sights and culture. It's no surprise Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery by Sofitel has scooped up a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
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Parking is available for an additional charge and is operated on first come, first served basis.
Famous for its graceful Georgian architecture, Bath has long been one of England's most fashionable cities. A collection of seven Regency townhouses, the recently refurbished Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery by Sofitel retains every ounce of the property's original grandeur, with handsome antiques, fine paintings and classical pillars, paired with modern touches and flamboyant prints. Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery by Sofitel has garnered a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
In this refined Grade I listed residence, expect nothing less than pure opulence in your Superior room, which features Regency-style furnishings, luxury fabrics and stylish decor. Alongside a two-poster bed and a luxurious en-suite bathroom, you can expect lovely extras, such as a soft runner and a Nespresso machine.
- En-suite bathroom
- Nespresso machine
- Bedside table
Brasserie Blanc – Raymond Blanc’s famous restaurant – adjoins the hotel and serves up informal and delicious French classics. Be sure to book to bag a spot. You can also enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea and light snacks on site, or head out to one of the grand tea rooms in the city.
Francis Hotel Bath - MGallery by Sofitel is located on Queen Square and close to the Circus, within walking distance of Bath’s best bits. Take a short stroll to the Roman Baths, Pump Room and Thermae Bath Spa, before checking out the shops and excellent dining options in the city's beautiful centre.
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Please note that parking is available for an additional charge (payable to the hotel); spaces are subject to availability and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Treat yourself to a stay between 22 November and Sunday 9 December to witness Bath's iconic Christmas market.
Tucking into exquisite French food at Brasserie Blanc
Exploring the sights of beautiful, historic, honey-stoned Bath
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