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Hotel Indigo, Bath, review

Hotel Indigo is the perfect place to anchor for a short stay in Bath.

Read on to find out more about what the food is like, what the rooms are like and what there is to do nearby.

Rooms come in various sizes including interconnecting rooms

Where is Hotel Indigo Bath?

Bang in the city centre of Bath, Hotel Indigo is a three-minute walk from the historic Abbey.

Bath Spa train station is only a four-minute walk away.

There is parking in a gated area at the hotel but it costs £40 per car per night.

What is Hotel Indigo Bath like?

This boutique hotel is filled with character, with rooms paying homage to the city’s past.

Although the university graduations made the city busier, we were able to enjoy the city at a leisurely pace.

The team at the hotel are always on hand to help, from advice on the city’s haunts to providing essentials for the forgetful traveller.

What is there to do at Hotel Indigo Bath?

Bath is full of historic attractions to enjoy.



If the tourist-packed Roman Baths isn’t for you, No1 Royal Crescent offers a taste of Georgian life in one of the oldest houses in the famed row.

The Jane Austen Centre had us rolling in the aisles as actors took us through the life of Bath’s most beloved author.

What is there to eat and drink at Hotel Indigo Bath?

The Elder, the hotel’s restaurant and bar, is independently run and owned by restaurateur Mike Robinson with Gavin Edney as executive chef.

This is where breakfast is served, and hotel guests can book a table.

The Elder focuses on hearty British food served in a modern way.

Game is a strong feature on the menu with venison and wood-pigeon going down a storm.

Little extras such as home-made bread and broth as an amuse bouche made the meal perfect.

Mains cost an average of £30, while the six-course tasting menu is £80pp.

What are the rooms like at Hotel Indigo Bath?

The rooms provide stunning views of the city, and are spacious and cosy with decor based around five themes.

Jane Austen fans can enjoy the literary hideaway rooms.

How much is Hotel Indigo Bath?

Rooms start at £149 a night. Click here to book.

Is Hotel Indigo Bath family-friendly?

There are interconnecting room and children’s beds can be put in some rooms.

Is there access for guests with disabilities?

Yes – four rooms are suitable for guests with disabilities.

Looking for a place to stay? For more hotel inspiration click here.

The Elder, the hotel’s restaurant and bar, is independently run
Game is a strong feature on the menu with venison and wood-pigeon going down a storm
Rooms provide stunning views of the city, and are spacious and cosy with decor based around five themes
Jane Austen fans can enjoy the literary hideaway rooms
The hotel is filled with character, with rooms paying homage to the city’s past

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