By Jasmine McGee
Bath
United Kingdom
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The joy of pure relaxation & spa treatment is just a few flights away. If you’re looking for a getaway that offers more relaxation then sunbathing on the beach, then set your sights on the beautiful spa city of Bath, UK. The city isn’t just home to beautiful indoor luxury spas, but it boasts a collection of some of the world’s best natural hot springs that are awaiting your arrival.

Bath, UK is located approximately 20 miles from Bristol, UK, so you can easily book a flight that will take you right to Bristol International Airport (BRS). The airport has many airlines and flights to choose from, but EscapeWizard.com can make the booking process a breeze. Click here (www.escapewizard.com/flight.php) to begin booking your flight using EscapeWizard.com’s easy flight finder. Once you’ve booked your flight and printed your itinerary, then next step is finding the right accommodations. With the alluring beauty of the natural springs you’ll probably want to stay out all day, but you’ll still need a place to rest. Click here (www.escapewizard.com/hotels.php?flag=htl) to use EscapeWizard.com’s hotel finder to search for the right accommodations.

The city of Bath has so many wonderful things to do & see, which is why it was chosen by UNESCO to be a World Heritage Site. The city of bath is filled with such rich culture, history luxury, architecture, and nightlife. The first things you’ll want to explore are the local attractions and museums. Romantic enthusiasts and literary lovers will want to stop by the Jane Austen Centre. The legendary author declared Bath as her home after falling in love with the beauty of the city. Her life and written works were inspired by the splendor of Bath, and the impact of her life/works can be seen at the Jane Austen Centre.

Bath is home to a variety of fascinating museums. If you enjoy the history of fashion, then visit the Fashion Museum located in Central Bath to learn & experience over 400 years of fashion. Other museums worth checking out are The Holburne Museum, Victoria Art Gallery, Beckford’s Tower & Museum, Bath’s Original Theatre Royal and Masonic Museum, and the Building of Bath Collection. Each museum offers a unique experience, but the Building of Bath Collection is the only museum in the city that explains the history of the Georgian Bath.

It’s impossible to discuss the Bath without mentioning what the city has become famous for; it’s world-renowned baths. It’s one thing to visit an indoor luxury spa and get first class treatment, but in Bath you can enjoy luxury spa treatment outdoors in mineral-rich waters while taking in the view of the city’s breathtaking architecture.  For a fee you can purchase a ticket and visit the only natural thermal spa in Britain, Thermae Bath Spa.  Located in the Roman Baths, an area that is over 2,000 years old, Thermae Bath Spa is a world-class experience. The spa has various sessions you can choose from and you can enjoy a tasty serving of food & drinks. You can even head to the rooftop pool and enjoy the sights of Bath’s skyline.

Bath isn’t just home to the best spas in the world, but it also has a great collection of entertainment & nightlife. Take a stroll through downtown Bath and you’ll run across one of the cities comedy clubs, theatres, or a traditional British pub with live music playing. If chatting with the locals at a pub isn’t quite your style, then head over to one of the many nightclubs in Bath and get your groove on. Following a night of clubbing and nightlife festivities, you can wake up the next day and enjoy a relaxing spa treatment. Bath, UK has the best of both worlds so let EscapeWizard.com help you book your next trip. Bath, UK, The World Heritage Center, awaits your arrival.
Hotels in Bath
By Francisca Ramirez
Hilton Bath City Hotel
Walcot Street, Bath BA1 5BJ, United Kingdom
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Located on the River Avon, the Hilton Bath City Hotel is surrounded by attractions both historic and contemporary. With four museums and a total of ten attractions within a one-mile radius, guests have a buffet of options when it comes to entertainment and touring, and “ with the Bath Spa train station just a ten-minute walk from the hotel “ there’s easy access to pursuits outside the immediate vicinity. Check in time at 3 p.m. allows for time to relax before dining or pursuing other activities; both service animals and pets are permitted, allowing guests the convenience of a stay away from home without the need to make other arrangements for their dogs and cats.

All rooms are fully air conditioned, equipped with 32-inch flat screen TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi and the necessities for making tea or coffee in-room. Other standard amenities at this location include hair dryers, ironing boards, blackout curtains and around-the-clock housekeeping services. The hotel’s Atelier Restaurant serves an assortment of bistro-style dishes in an airy, well-lit atmosphere, and features a Sunday Carvery Menu that includes meatless options for those dining vegetarian. Open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week, early risers and late-evening patrons are both accommodated at Atelier. The hotel also offers a bar and lounge serving beverages 24 hours a day.

As many as 200 people at a time are able to use the hotel’s meeting rooms if visiting the region on business or for specific events. And for those planning a wedding, the Bath City Hilton can host all wedding-related gatherings. From rehearsal dinners and other pre-wedding events to ceremonies and receptions, menus can be created for any event using the hotel’s onsite catering service. Guest check-out time is 12 p.m., and self-parking is provided on the premises.

Whether planning a stay for business, leisure, or to attend a hosted event, the Bath City Hilton Hotel offers a convenient stay in an area packed with history, entertainment and more. Plan your stay today by following the link: (www.escapewizard.com/hotels.php?flag=htl).
Hotels in Bath
By Amy Meekings
Holiday Inn Express Bath
Lower Bristol Road Brougham Hayes, Bath, United Kingdom
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Conveniently located within a 5 minute drive to Bath’s main train station, Bath Spa, this Holiday Inn Express has easy access to some of the city’s most historic sites. The Roman Baths for which the city was named are a 10 minute walk away as well as the impressive houses along the Royal Crescent. If you are driving, there is parking available for a small daily fee. Check-in time is 3 p.m. There is a small luggage hold at reception, but this is provided on a first come, first serve basis.

All guest rooms are non-smoking and accommodate a range of needs. They are available in double, twin, family or accessible. The family room comes equipped with a double bed and a sofa bed, to sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children. The accessible rooms have adapted doors and bathrooms to allow wheelchair access. High speed Wi-Fi is available in rooms for a fee, but is free in the public areas. Each of the 126 rooms boasts a 32 flat screen TV, temperature controls and coffee and tea making facilities. All bathrooms have a power shower and hairdryer as standard. Connecting rooms are available upon request.

This budget, business hotel provides the affordable William Herschel meeting room with various seating styles and packages to include anything from overnight accommodation to lunch buffets. For relaxation, visit the bright and airy Great Room lounge and licensed bar, refurbished in 2011. If you have valuables, a safety deposit box is provided upon request. A public computer with internet access and other business services, such as photocopying and fax, are available in the foyer.

Enjoy a complimentary buffet style breakfast, including both hot and cold options which will set you up well for exploring the beautiful, historic city center. Check out time is 12 p.m., giving you just enough time to sneak in a little last minute sightseeing. If you would like to book your perfect little getaway, click here and let EscapeWizard.com to do the hard work for you (www.escapewizard.com/hotels.php?flag=htl).