Welcome to The Francis Hotel. It’s a destination that’s full of character occupying a prime position in the heart of beautiful Bath. A city that is renowned for its cultural heritage and home to the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain that you can still bathe in, make yourself at home at The Francis Hotel.
Leave the car or stroll from the station – it’s a short walk away and there’s plenty to see and do from our doorstep. A little skip around the corner to world famous productions at The Theatre Royal, a little meander to the Royal Crescent to follow in the footsteps of the Bridgerton cast or a just short walk along the River Avon or a relaxing dip in the thermae spa. When it comes to getting the most out of your visit to Bath, it’s the place to stay.
Following a day of sight-seeing and exploration, unwind with us. Behind our grand, Georgian façade, you’ll find captivating character, a heart warming welcome, plush bedrooms and luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets to snuggle into. Whether you’re an early riser or prefer a later lie, the delicious breakfast awaits. Think freshly brewed coffee, fresh pastries, full cooked or Continental choices.
Whilst we’re surrounded by a host of independent and award-winning restaurants, our gloriously bohemian Boho Marché restaurant offers you a delicious twist on classic French dining and is a popular food destination with locals. Enjoy flavoursome dishes or classic favourites with a French twist. The perfect way to end your stay.
Bath, England BA1 2HH
Thermae Bath Spa: (The Hetling Pump Room, Hot Bath Street, BA1 1SJ) – A unique experience in the heart of the city. Bathe in the UK’s only original natural, thermal spa.
The Royal Crescent: (The Royal Crescent, Bath, BA1 2LS) A stunning row of 30 houses and location for much of the Bridgerton production. Visit No 1 Royal Crescent, a historic house museum maintained by Bath Preservation Trust.
Visit the Roman Baths: (Abbey Church Yard, BA1 1LZ) Sadly you can’t bathe in the Roman Baths but they are still well worth a visit alongside the World Heritage Centre to learn more about this beautiful city.
Jane Austen Centre: (40 Gay Street, BA1 2NT)) Dive into the world of novelist Jane Austen, one of Britain’s favourite authors. View exhibits and costumes and explore her story during her time in Bath.