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Thermae Bath Spa, Bath - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: The Hetling Pump Room, Hot Bath St, Bath BA1 1SJ, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1225331234

Ticket Price: 30 GBP

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Timings: 09:00 am - 09:30 pm Details

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After a trip to the Roman Bath Museum, many a traveller has succumbed to a desire to be pampered like the ancients were. The waters are at a comfortable 48 degrees Celsius, but you can have so much more than a thermal bath. The spa’s many packages let you choose the manner of relaxation and the views from the roof top pool are unbeatable… especially on a clear night.

Try the aromatic steamrooms, the massages, the hot stones, the rainforest shower, or even the specialised pregnancy package for expecting mums. It’s heaven.

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Thermae Bath Spa Information

  • You’ll have to rent bathrobes and towels if you haven’t brought your own.
  • Avoid weekends and popular holidays as it can get really crowded.

How To reach Thermae Bath Spa by Public Transport

  • Buses near Westgate

Restaurants Near Thermae Bath Spa

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Thermae Bath Spa, Bath Reviews - Write a Review

  • We enjoyed our time here. We hit the twilight through dusk slot and found 2 hours to be ample time to visit everywhere we wanted to go, and for our skin to wrinkle nicely. It was busy, but not busy busy. Not busy enough to become annoying. The rooftop pool was our favourite. A little chilly on exit, but then again, it was a mid-October. The facilities were good, but built for volumes of people. For example, if someone exits the steam room, the steam seems to follow them, and takes a while to build up again. I'd say prices are steep, but considering you're in the middle of Bath, not ridiculous.

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  • The Twilight package is a lovely idea. A wonderful way to experience the Spa and the fantastic view from the roof top pool. The food in this package was disappointing as served cold. We were not the only people to complain that the food was cold. It was clearly microwaved. We were offered alternative but declined. In future I would just book the Spa on an evening and have the same experience at a lower price with out the food.

  • Great relaxing experience. I recommend going first thing in the morning to avoid rush hour. The highlight of our visit was a lovely group of ladies donning what I can certainly define the most creative set of swimming caps I have ever seen: a crown, colorful butterflies, flowers, you name it. Recommended!

  • A truly amazing experience. Luxury. Top open air pool with powerful jets of water to massage indoor pool that's gently floats you around....a and cold showers..... Bathrobe and flip-flops provided....just seemed a bit busy when we visited.....but what can they do when folk are queueing? All pools are very warm. Lush!

  • We have been to many mineral baths in the US, Canada and Central America and this place is easily the worst we have ever seen. I would give it 0 stars if I could. This place is a sham. It has two lukewarm heated pools which are not remotely like a true mineral bath. These are chlorinated swimming pools, plain and simple. Also very crowded on the Sunday we went. People floating on noodles all about, it was like being at a crowded public pool. The view from the rooftop was great and the sauna and steam rooms were decent, but the crowds kind of ruined what could have otherwise somewhat salvaged the experience. Not at all what you would expect for 37 pounds. This place is a total tourist trap and ripoff that needs to be investigated by the UK authorities for false and deceptive advertising.

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