Located at the centre of the historic city of Bath and built in and around the mineral-rich thermal spring waters, The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel promises a romantic introduction to the traditions of the region.


ROOM TYPE Contemporary

VIBE Sophisticated

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At the Hotel

Spanning two 19th century Grade II-listed buildings, The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel blends effortlessly with the historic city surrounds. With Georgian and Victorian facades and a style that’s stately but welcoming, formal yet modern, the five-star property undoubtedly allures visitors with its exclusive access to the natural thermal waters synonymous with the region. The hotel’s focal point, Spa Village Bath, features two natural thermal pools, steam room, infrared saunas, and a services menu focused on bespoke aromatherapy treatments. Not a trip you’ll soon forget, expect world-class dining, impeccable service, and elegant guestrooms.

Food & Drink

Award-winning chef Dan Moon adds passion and flair to the offerings at eponymous restaurant, Dan Moon at the Gainsborough Restaurant. Forever innovating and inspired, Moon’s wonderfully flavoured, beautifully presented dishes showcase the best of fresh, seasonal ingredients in a sophisticated setting. For a quintessentially British affair head to The Canvas Room for all-day dining and Afternoon Tea. Round off the evening (or get it started) at The Gainsborough Bar – the chic jaunt boasts an impressive drinks menu of cocktails, Champagnes, gin, wine and more.


Comprising 99 rooms and suites, the accommodations are adorned with period features balanced with modern comforts and five-star amenities. Think classic, elegant interiors with duck-egg blue walls, neutral textiles, and soft furnishings. Varying in size, all mimic the same timeless style and boast views across the courtyard or city; larger suites are well-appointed with multiple bedrooms, separate sitting areas.


Steeped in ancient Roman history, Bath has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987. A revered leisure and wellness destination for centuries, it’s also home to a thriving arts and entertainment scene, some of the finest museums in Europe, beautiful boutiques, and fine eateries. Trains from London Paddington take approximately 90 minutes, or alternatively, a drive from Central London will take around 2-3 hours.

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Beau Street
Bath BA1 1QY