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Bath is a beautiful city originally settled by the Romans who decided to stay thanks to the natural springs, where they built baths. Visiting these baths because a popular tourist activity in the Georgian period, when the town blossomed. It's the Roman and Georgian architecture, such as the Royal Crescent, that keeps Bath popular today, as the baths themselves are no longer operational.
If you're after more modern things to do, then thanks to the youthful student population and the steady influx of tourists you will find them in abundance. The nightlife is great, and there are a diverse range of shops, restaurants and pubs too. It's easy to get in on the spa action with a stay in one of the modern Bath spa hotels or a visit to the Thermae Bath Spa, but there are plenty of more modest hotels in Bath too.
You should also consider cheap Bath car hire which will allow you to get out into the beautiful countryside surrounding the city as well. Bath is right on the edge of the Cotswolds, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
As you would expect from a city with such stellar attractions, there are plenty of Bath hotels, with the vast majority being in the more upmarket range, offering high standards and plenty of facilities, but for a price! To enjoy a cheaper stay in a hotel in Bath then look to the family-fun bed and breakfasts, or hotels on the outskirts of the city. Alternatively, keep your eyes peeled for a great early booking or last minute deal to enjoy luxury hotels in Bath on the cheap! There are also some hotels, but you'll need to book well in advance as the rooms book up quickly.
In the city centre you will find plenty of hotels within walking distance of Bath's sights. These range from chain hotels to exclusive luxury offerings and quirky boutique hotels too, so whether you are after a fun weekend away, a romantic trip or a family break you can find a great hotel for you.
There is no bad time of year to visit Bath, although it's busiest in the summer when the weather is nicest, and there are plenty of outdoor festivals and shows happening. These include the Bath Literature Festival, Bath Music Festival, Bath Fringe Festival, Bath Guitar Festival and Bath Folk Festival. They also do a Christmas Market in December. If you want to visit any of these in 2013 or 2014 you'll need to book your hotel in Bath pronto!
If you want to visit in the summer and still save money, then remember that booking a midweek stay is bound to be cheaper! But Bath isn't just for the summer, and you will find plenty of great deals on cheap hotels in Bath if you visit in the winter, as well as good rates in spring and autumn. All of the attractions will be open, you may just want to avoid the top deck of the tour buses and remember to take an umbrella!
There are plenty of things to keep you busy in Bath! Read our Bath guide for all our best money-saving tips, and read on for our pick of the sights to visit from your hotel in Bath.
Roman Baths - over 2,000 years old and featuring stunning architecture, this is a must-see! You can even drink the bath water in the restaurant!
Bath Abbey - a beautiful Gothic church, boasting great views from the top of the tower.
Pulteney Bridge - dating back to 1773, it's still got shops along both sides, plus it's right by beautiful Pulteney Weir from where you can get boat trips in the summer.
Great Pulteney Street - a quintessential Georgian street often used as a film set.
Royal Crescent - the most famous Georgian architecture in the city, if not in the UK, this sweeping curve of buildings is sure to delight!
Thermae Bath Spa - offering you that chance to enjoy the thermal bath waters.
Building of Bath Museum - a fascinating insight into the city's creation, well worth walking to as the Georgian surrounding streets are a life-size example of what you'll be learning about.
Hershel Museum of Astronomy - a great display of all things a Georgian gentlemen could have occupied his time with including science and astronomy, all set in a restored Georgian townhouse.
Plus if you want to get out of the city there is plenty to do too. Take a day trip into the Costwolds, walk along the canal to Bathamton, or go to nearby Bristol to explore the sights there too.