Thermae Bath Spa, Bath, England, United Kindom [Therme]
www.thermaebathspa.com
Thermae Bath Spa
Hetling Pump Room
Hot Bath Steet
Bath BA1 1SJ

Reservations & General Enquiries 0844 888 0844

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Lat:  51:22:49N (51.3803)  Lon:  2:21:42W (-2.3615)
 

A 2 hour spa session costs £27. 4-hour spa session is £37. You can only book spa sessions for a group of 8+. No Left Luggage Lockers at Bath Spa station!

Nudity: None. Private changing cubicles provided. Take your swimming costume.
Open: Open 362 days a year 09:00 to 21.30 (pools and steam rooms close at 21.00) [Not open Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day]
Safety: It is not clear to what extent the rooms are under CCTV surveillance or not. Females may wish to go with a friend. Public areas of the Spa have CCTV.

Getting there:

Easy level 10 minute level walk from Bath Spa Station past Southgate Shopping Centre. Tourist information on Platform 1 Bath Spa Station or at York Street [map: http://tinyurl.com/e8669]  near Bath Abbey. Not an official service but you can ask the Thermae to store your small overnight bag at your own risk. Take the train from London Paddington Station with First Great Western http://www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk/ to Bath Spa. Coach: various companies including National Express [ http://www.nationalexpress.com/] from London Victoria Coach Station http://tinyurl.com/gm6jc . Walk up Bilbury street or Beau Street and you’ll come across the Bath Spa Thermae, then walk around it to find the front entrance.

Price:

A 2 hour session at Thermae Bath Spa is £26 and a 4 hour session £36 in the “New Royal Bath” complex.  The smaller “Cross Bath” is £16 for 1 hour 30 mins.

Checking-in

Towel hire £3, Robe hire £4, Disposable slippers [advisable]: £2.50. If you have booked a "treatement", towel, robe and slippers are included in treatment charge. Changing rooms are along usual large spa model with private changing cubicles, on next floor down there are plenty of toilets and showers with body soap/shampoo provided. Hairdryers are provided together with free electronic lockers operated with the cashless arm band tag system.

Rooftop pool:

The staff are always around to answer any questions. You can enter the pool direct by lift to the 3rd floor and therefore there is disabled access although check first before you travel. There were no showers or foot wash on the top roof level and therefore customers can enter the pool without showering and travel from the toilets without a foot pool or anything. Slippers are provided if you book a treatment or package and can also be hired from Reception.

The steam rooms:

There are four steam rooms. They are in a large open space and are like four big glass pods which many people can go into each time. Each pod has its own fragrance and a sign saying what each is was outside the steam room on the wall in the hallway. A large central "waterfall" shower is located outside the steam rooms. The shower opertates on a timed cycle.

Minerva Bath:

The Minerva Bath is located on the lower ground floor. The Minerva Bath is a light open designed space configured to provide a place to bathe and lie down and relax on a pool side sun lounger. Each entrance to this pool is patrolled by a shower system. The water is similar to the roof together with the water massage jets. Also on this level are the showers, both open and enclosed cubicles,  so no showers on the level of the changing rooms.

The Springs Restaurant & Café:

There is a café inside the complex that offers a range of fresh salad, cooked meals, snacks, sandwiches and cakes are provided with a selection of hot and cold drinks.  If you do use the restaurant, extra time is added to your session time-excluding Twilight Package. There are also two shops to visit inside that sells a range of products.

Treatments:

Full body massage is 50 minutes for £58. There is a wide range of spa packages available.

A daytrip from London will cost from around £60.