We stayed at the Queensberry Hotel in September with our three children, 12 years after living for a year in a daggy flat up the road. We often walked past the hotel and decided that if we ever returned to Bath we would stay there and it certainly didn't disappoint.
We all loved the "quirky" layout - it was part of the charm of the place. The beds were among the most comfortable we have ever slept in and the bathrooms were so spacious.
The location of this hotel is excellent - just a short, picturesque stroll down into the centre of town (and a nice bit of exercise on the way back up!)
I would certainly agree with other reviewers that it would be an improvement to have tea and coffee available in the drawing room for a longer part of the day.
The only disappointment was hearing the poor staff members being given a loud telling off by the management after they briefly evacuated the hotel following a false fire alarm. The staff had handled the situation in a friendly, professional and apologetic manner and there weren't any grumbles among the guests standing around outside the hotel. We really felt for them and were grateful that they considered the safety of the guests so highly.
We would all highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Bath.More
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