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Queensberry Hotel
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Reviewed 18 May 2012

We stayed overnight while traveling around the area. The hotel was excellent, the staff friendly, and the location superb for shopping and sightseeing. I would hightly recommend this hotel.

Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Kevinbirmingham
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Reviewed 14 May 2012

Just heading home after 1st stay at the hotel and overall a very good stay.

Couple of negative points:
1 would be nice to have tea making facilities in room. fine to have to order from room service if free of charge. You don't always want to walk downstairs to get a drink especially if in the am
2 would be nice having paid £200+ a night for breakfast to be included
3 requested an iron and ironing board this am. It never arrived
4 breakfast room is a little noisy when full
5 asked for herbel tea at breakfast yesterday and told only peppermint or camomile. this morning was offered every type of tea including fruit ones so what happened yesterday am

Now the plus points
1 great staff and very welcoming
2 brilliant that valet parking is available and cases loaded into car when we left
3 pleasant cocktail bar with reasonable prices
4 very close by the Circus and only a 5 minute stroll from all that Bath has to offer
5 lovely rooms.

Overall a very good stay if a little pricey at £525for two nights but then we did have a deluxe room

Am sure we will be back again very soon

Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Michael S
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Reviewed 9 May 2012

We got a great deal on a room (phone call the night before to the hotel) and arrived at 12.30pm. Unfortunately our room wasnt ready but we were offered complimentary tea and coffee whilst we waited. The valet parking was a fabulous bonus. Once shown to our room (for an anniversary) we had been upgraded to room 28, fabulous room at the top of one of the houses. Very clean, the biggest bathroom ever with a lovely large bath, nice size tv and dvd player and a seating area. Lovely large sash windows overlooked the houses opposite. There was a bit of building work going on down the road which woke me up early, but the bed was so comfy it was a pleasure to fall back asleep. Breakfast isnt

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank PHP1407
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Reviewed 8 May 2012 via mobile

Enjoyed hotel and we were spoilt by the staff as it was our anniversary. Fab room, with huge very comfortable bed that I wanted to being home with me. Olive Tree restaurant was brilliant. The only thing that let our stay down was as we were shown to our table for breakfast 2 other staff burst into hysterics. Whether they were laughing at us or not we thought it rude. Don't let this put you off though - fab hotel in a fab location. Thoroughly recommend it

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Thank GC77
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Reviewed 8 May 2012

I find myself very much in accord with the previous reviewer. I'd actually like to rate this 3.5 but I can't! I've wanted to stay at the The Queensberry for a long time now, but have always been reluctant to pay full price for it. However, recently I managed to find a good deal and so decided to give it a whirl, using as an excuse the fact we were vetting it as a potential venue for a special birthday celebration next year.
Service was good from the start and our car was parked and bags brought to our room without delay or fuss. The room was just gorgeous. If you love Georgian architecture you'll understand. High ceilings, huge windows - and because I'd opted for a more spacious room there was also a sofa/tv area. Tastefully done. As the previous reviewer noted the bathrooms could do with a refurb. - or at least this one could. It was very small in comparison to the room and there appeared to have been a leak behind the shower area and the tiles and grouting were in real need of attention. Added to this the wooden panelling to the side of the bath had rotted, so I presume this wasn't a recent occurrence. One or two other areas in the bathroom made me wonder if this room was rented regularly? Am I being picky? Well, we got a deal on the room, but you can pay £380 a night for it, so I think at those prices you're entitled to voice your concerns.
General areas downstairs fine. The bar was really lovely but the guest lounge I didn't find very inviting. This is where the tea and coffee is located. I've stayed in plenty of hotels where tea and coffee making facilities are not immediately available in the room, but you're generally given an option of a hospitality tray if you so desire. Why the Queensbury don't do this is beyond me. Availability 9.30 am until 5.30pm is fine, but I like a cup of tea in the privacy of my own room early in the morning and late at night and I sort of object to having to pay extra for that via room service. Also I don't want the hassle of ringing down for it and the wait for it to be brought, when I could very easily do it myself! But that's just my opinion.
Staff throughout were great, especially the girls on reception and the lovely bar staff - great cocktails and an excellent wine list too. Restaurant staff tried hard and were very pleasant, but I felt a sort of disconnect between the hotel and the restaurant. The night we ate there it was just too busy. By that I mean the staff appeared to be rushed, the food was slow in coming out and, in my humble opinion, not up to scratch for a three rosette restaurant charging three rosette prices. Some good, too much mediocre - and the tiniest risotto main I have ever had!! I'd give it another go - maybe it was just an off night, but we left without taking dessert or coffee as we didn't want a further wait - and that seemed inevitable.
The hotel's location is wonderful, just a short walk and you find yourself at the top of Milsom street. And Bath is so very beautiful.
To sum up: elegant surroundings and a great location with the bonus of lovely staff. However, and it is a big 'however,' you do pay a premium for it - unless you manage to sneak a deal. But as Bath is such a tourist hot-spot these appear to be few and far between. I'd certainly look to stay there again if the price was right. Though slightly further out of the centre, Bath Priory in my opinion, wins on several fronts and hands down as far as food goes.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank ReviewerCB
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