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The Romans and the Regency made Bath remarkable. The thermal spa waters made the city popular with Roman invaders looking for a little warmth in cold Britain, and also popular with 18th and 19th century socialites, inspiring numerous scenes in Jane Austen novels. Bath retains its neo-classical elegance and its spa facilities in a UNESCO World Heritage site that remains one of the UK's most popular tourist destinations. Compact and impressive, Bath is a joy to explore while taking tea and a Bath bun in its refined cafes. By partnering with great Bath hotels, Venere.com offers visitors the best value selection of accommodation, whatever their budget or preferences. Booking Bath rooms in advance ensures a stress-free visit to this English gem.

What's Bath Like?

The baths have been the obvious focal point of the city ever since the Romans named it Aquae Sulis after a local god. The original Roman baths have been excavated and restored along with the remains of the temple, heated pools and other chambers. A modern bathing experience is offered by the luxurious Thermae bath spa with a rooftop pool. The elegant Regency architecture of the Assembly Rooms with its ballroom and tea room evokes the era of discreet flirtations and courtly conversations in Jane Austen's time. The author is celebrated in the Jane Austen Centre on Gay Street, where she stayed in 1805, with a permanent exhibition devoted to her life and work. The Georgian period highlight of Bath is the magnificent Royal Crescent, built between 1767 and 1775. Still a residential street, it looks out over the elegant Victoria Park and the Somerset countryside beyond. Well equipped Bath hotels can be located near any of these famous sites.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bath

Bath is a major tourist destination and some cafes and restaurants in the center can be a little expensive. To eat economically, follow the local habit and opt for pub dining or ethnic restaurants. Bath is in Somerset, known for its lush orchards, so locals tend to drink cider. There is a huge variety of local styles to choose from. Bath has embraced the fashion for shopping locally and for artisan produce. The city center features a wealth of shops specializing on local cheese, meats and organic produce. A rather older establishment, the Sally Lunn bakery, started selling its famous buns around 1680 and they have become a Bath institution. Venere.com provides visitors with a wealth of information about Bath hotels, allowing them to find the option that best suits their needs. Using certified reviews from past guests, extensive photo galleries and sample room layouts, travelers can identify their perfect Bath accommodation.