The Queensberry hotel in Bath has been shrewdly selected by ‘The Good Hotel Guide’ as a winner for the Editor’s choice top Boutique City Hotels 2015.
The Good Hotel Guide is the foremost independent guide to hotels in Great Britain and Ireland. It is written purely for the reader, seeking impartial and objective advice on finding a good place to stay. Unlike some guides available, hotels cannot financially influence the decision for entry and is therefore completely, and authentically reliable. You’ll find the winners’ accolades proudly exhibited in lobbies, grand entrance halls and receptions all across Great Britain and Ireland.
The guide commented on the hotel as “An excellent place to stay”, praising the city location as “central but very quiet”. As well as the hotel itself, employees were applauded on the exceptional service they provide, with the guide describing them as “a team of happy, relaxed, helpful staff”. The Queensberry experience is not complete without a trip to The Olive Tree Restaurant where the guide insists “dinner was outstanding”.
Upon receiving the award, owner Laurence Beere was thrilled “We are all elated to receive this award for The Queensberry. The team work tirelessly to provide the very best service to every guest, in a stunning location, so it is fantastic to have our efforts recognised and be selected alongside the very best in the UK’s Boutique City Hotels.”
In the centre of beautiful Bath, you’ll find The Queensberry, an 18th Century hotel steeped in History. The commissioner and original owner of the property, the 8th Marquess of Queensberry who had the townhouses built in 1771, would be proud of the namesake hotel with its in-house bar and award-winning restaurant, ‘Olive Tree’, which recently won England’s Best Wine List in the AA Hospitality Awards. Situated on a quintessentially English city street, with its committed and helpful staff just ready and waiting to tend to your every need for utter city chic escapism.