I took students there roughly roughy 17 years ago, and it was the prefect spot for them...a home away from home, not shabby -- just super comfy. They were delighted to visit each others' bathrooms and view the rubber ducks that were still there. Bath was a dream form the past…
Creaky floors, high ceilings really old world English. Great location, so sorry to find it closed as I was recommending it to my daughter who likes vintage. Stayed here in 2010. Could walk from the bus/rail locations as well as all attractions and see the canal boats.
Stayed for a girlie weekend and the hotel was right by the park and abbey. Great breakfast and we had a triple room which was ideal.Lots of cocktails had in the bar and can't wait to go back for another girlie weekend.
Loved every minute of our stay at Pratt's Hotel. It was just a short walk from the rail station which made it so convenient. The architecture was just what I thought it would be and more! Each of the public rooms on the main floor were simply beautiful and conveyed the spirit…
We wanted to spend New Years Eve in Bath and decided to stay overnight. Prices (understandably given the night) for the city were generally astronomical. Pratt's seemed to offer a good standard and is centrally located, with a more affordable price (although £134 for one night…
"Top room overlooking the park and abbey."
"Our twin room on the 4th floor had lovely views to the street and church across the road."
"Choose a different hotel!!"
"Fine to crash for just one night if you can turn a blind eye to grubby carpets, peeling wallpaper etc."
"WiFi is free if a little slow, ask for a front room, the back is a little plain"