My husband and I stayed for a 2 night break (taking advantage of the half price room deal in January). We had a superior room and it was lovely. Really high ceilings, sunny and spacious. The bathroom could do with a revamp as it just didn't seem in keeping with the spec of the bedroom - though the shower over the bath was very powerful.
We had breakfast at the hotel on both mornings and this was a real highlight for us - to be able to take time over breakfast was wonderful. You can either have the continental option (£10) or the cooked (£15) which also includes the continental spread (croissants, toast, dried fruit, porridge, granola, meat, cheese, fresh fruit and juices, yoghurt etc.). We had dinner at the Olive Tree on the first evening and it was delicious and very special. There is a lovely bar for pre-dinner drinks and the whole ambiance of the place was very relaxing (we stayed Sun and Mon).
A couple of criticisms:
The matress on our bed was absolutely dreadful and I spent half the night unable to sleep. We both had a very sore lower back in the morning which has never happened before. It was far too soft and the springs could be felt from just sitting on it. I spoked to reception and housekeeping put a board underneath it for the second night (this was room 9) . This was really disappointing.
Not having tea and coffee facilities in the room is a pain, especially for the first cup of tea in the morning. The complementary tea and coffee served downstairs is fine in principle but everytime we went the hot water was luke warm.
We had a lovely time in Bath - visited the Thermae spa and the old roman baths and did lots of shopping/eating.
All in all we had a lovely time and would highly recommend the hotel but make sure you check the bed when you arrive, take a travel kettle if you want hot drinks in the room and keep an eye out for special offers. We wouldn't have wanted to have paid full price (£220 per night room only).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Queensberry Hotel occupies four Georgian town houeses in the heart of the city.The entire team are dedicated to giving each of our guest's an outstanding experience. Guests can expect excellent standards of service, luxury bedrooms and delicious award-winning food.The Queensberry has held a Red Star rating for exceptional standards of service for ten concecutive years. This accolade is given by The AA, the organisation responsible for allocating star ratings to hotels and guest accommodation. ... more less
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