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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland & Wales have evolved dramatically over time.
Today, LGBT citizens have most of the same legal rights as non-LGBT citizens and the UK provides one of the highest degrees of liberty in the world for its LGBT communities, although the UK has recently fallen behind other counties in international rankings. In ILGA-Europe‘s 2015 review of LGBT rights, the UK received the highest score in Europe, with 86% progress toward “respect of human rights and full equality” for LGBT people and 92% in Scotland alone.
Bath has a long history of being a gay friendly resort and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as Mandalyns Bath Bar is the most famous gay place in Bath, UK.
Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset, England, known for and named after its Roman-built baths. In 2011, the population was 88,859. Bath is in the valley of the River Avon, 97 miles west of London and 11 miles southeast of Bristol. The city became a World Heritage site in 1987.
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Best Day Trips in Bath
- Stonehenge, Avebury and Cotswold Villages (Tour 1)
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1. SACO Bath – St James Parade 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Bath
SACO Bath offers, apartments with fine Italian furniture and a fully . Theatre Royal , and Bath are just a few minutes’ walk away.
The apartments at SACO Bath – St James Parade offer a stylish space to relax, complete with internet connection.beds, power showers, a flat-screen TV. There is also a high-speed
Breakfast is comprised of a pack containing cereal, milk, coffee and tea.
The Roman Baths and Bath Abbey are all within about 5 minutes’ walk from the SACO apartments. Restaurants, boutiques and designer stores are also on the doorstep.
In a restored Georgian building, these serviced apartments are in the city centre of Bath, a minute’s walk from the Thermae Bath Spa and a 3-minute walk from the Roman Baths.
Apartments range from studios to 2-bedroom units, larger units sleeping up to 4 people. All are furnished in a contemporary style with designer Italian furniture and have bathrooms, kitchens and Internet access plus TVs, DVD players and iPod docks.
The apartments are in a great location, we couldn’t have been closer to the city centre and the car park was also less than a 5 minutes walk.
How much does a room costs at SACO Bath – St James Parade?
Guests can enjoy a king-size Hypnos bed, early check-in and late check-out. The bathrooms consist of either a walk-in shower or a shower over a bath and has L’Occitane bathroom products and bathrobes. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided. There is also a Bose sound system and kitchen equipment provided.
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2. Apex City of Bath Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Bath
Apex City of Bath Hotel is located on the corner of James Street West in Bath City Centre, a 5-minute walk from the Thermae Bath Spa and 700 m from Bath Spa railway station.
The bedrooms feature air conditioning as well as en suite facilities with a bath and walk-in shower. The Apex City of Bath Hotel features complimentary WiFi throughout the property and a TV with Sky channels in the room.
You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property. Apex City of Bath Hotel has conference facilities to host up to 400 people and is suitable for exhibitions. It also features six meeting rooms.
A minute’s walk from shops and restaurants, this modern hotel is a 5-minute walk from geothermal pools at Thermae Bath Spa and a 10-minute walk from Bath Spa train station.
The polished rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as mini fridges, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have balconies. Family rooms sleep up to 4 people, and suites add living rooms.
Amenities include a relaxed French restaurant, and a bar with terrace seating. There’s also a fitness centre, an indoor pool and a sauna.
A minute’s walk from shops and restaurants, this modern hotel is a 5-minute walk from geothermal pools at Thermae Bath Spa and a 10-minute walk from Bath Spa train station. The polished rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as mini fridges, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have balconies.
Lovely place to stay, room was amazing and the facilities were great part of the package. The staff were very friendly and welcoming, would stay here again or recommend to a family or friend. Great location for restaurants but you have to park in a public car park and walk but other than that brilliant hotel.
Great location facilities and delicious breakfast. Used the pool. The rooms were very clean and spacious. Would recommend this hotel. Breakfast was freshly cooked to order and the pool. Nice touches in the room with free water and a Nespresso machine. Room had a Bath and a large walk in shower. No parking on site but a long stay car park only 5 mins walk.
We had booked a standard room but had the opportunity to upgrade for a reasonable price for two of our three nights. The upgrade was very much worth it as the room had a separate living area to the bedroom and a slightly bigger bathroom. Both rooms were very clean, well equipped and spacious. Considering the rooms were on the road side both were also very quiet. Room facilities included tea/ coffee making, a safe and very comfortable beds.
The breakfast selection and quality was also very good. The staff were fantastic, welcoming and friendly. The hotel is in the city centre and a very short walk away from the main shopping and restaurants area.
Would definitely recommend the Apex.
The hotel is perfectly situated for exploring Bath, a great central location and the staff were able to advise on nearby parking. We were delighted we could use the pool and there were 2 slots free we could choose from when we checked in. The hotel was really clean, it felt very safe and we greatly enjoyed the breakfast. The staff were really friendly and helpful – providing advice on where to park, maps for us to explore Bath and nothing was too much trouble.
The Room was really well designed and had one of the most comfortable beds ever.
The only issue is the windows have no way of opening. Thankfully it wasn’t hot and the air con works, but would have been nice to open a window to let air in.
The bar and restaurant are really nice and service is great.
It’s located a short walk from the city centre and even though on a main road, you don’t get any noise from this.
A lovely hotel in a central location close to all bars, restaurants and transport. The room was very spacious and very comfortable, the king size bed as standard is definitely a bonus. All public areas where cleaned to a high standard. Staff where very friendly and approachable. Breakfast was of a high quality and served by table service. An excellent stay in a reasonably priced hotel.
Room was spotless and huge with a good view from the window. Lovely Elemis products. The bathroom was amazing. Biggest bath and shower ever! Just lovely and luxurious. Breakfast was amazing – fruit platter, pastries with nutella, plenty of choices for a cooked breakfast. Staff were all amazing. Friendly and helpful and we would love to come back again. Bath is a small city so only a short walk into the main hub of activity with plenty of fab restaurants, bars and tourist attractions.
How much does a room costs at Apex City of Bath Hotel?
This double room has a seating area, electric kettle and air conditioning.
Where to book online – Apex City of Bath Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Bath UK – you can find the best hotels deals in Bath during Bath Festivals which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Bath on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. DoubleTree by Hilton Bath 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Bath
DoubleTree by Hilton Bath is a property situated in Bath’s city centre. Guests can enjoy views of the city, River Avon and the countryside beyond. It is located 800 m from the train station, and just 400 m from The Roman Baths.
The modern bedrooms offer either river or city views, having a mixture of Hilton guest, deluxe and family bedrooms. All the rooms have air-conditioning, non-smoking bedrooms with en-suite bathroom or shower rooms having complimentary luxury bathroom amenities for guests to enjoy.
The hotel features the Atelier restaurant offering traditional breakfast daily, Afternoon Tea, and meals throughout the day with seasonal promotions.
The sophisticated Lobby Bar offers a casual setting with sofas and easy chairs, and serves food, coffee and a selection of tea, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, including a wide range of cocktails. The relaxed Bath bar is open 24-hours a day to residential guests. A 24-hour room service menu is also in place.
Opposite the River Avon, this informal hotel in the city centre is 5 minutes’ walk from the Roman Baths and a 12-minute walk from Bath Spa train station.
Understated rooms feature Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some have river views. Upgraded rooms add sofabeds. Room service is available.
There’s a warm, stylish restaurant/bar offering views of the river. Other amenities include an exercise room and breakfast.
Comfortable 176 bedroom hotel with an excellent city centre location, located 10 minutes from the railway station and close to Bath Rugby Ground. Beautiful views from our Restaurant of Pulteney Bridge, overlooking the River Avon.
The hotel is very centrally located with all the sights of Bath in easy walking distance.
I understand it has been recently refurbished and it is to a very high standard. The staff are friendly and helpful. Covid precautions in place and highly visible. Our room was great, with a river view and a really comfy bed – after a sleepless night on the extremely poor bed in another hotel chain this was much appreciated.
Absolutely fantastic location, everything to see within walking distance. Great safe parking area.
Room lovely, very spacious. Unfortunately pillows were the worst pillows I have ever used in a hotel and the bed was very hard, backache this morning. For such a high standard hotel bed and pillows need some attention!
Staff all very attentive and helpful.
The hotel room was really nice, basic but nice and clean! The shower was nice and strong, and they have a tea and coffee station in there which was good as well as a drink cooler.
We asked for more teas and coffees and they were really good by getting them to us quickly at 1am!
The location was pretty good being on the far end of the town centre.
The staff are lovely and really polite so i would definitely stay there again!
How much does a room costs at DoubleTree by Hilton Bath?
This Double Room features a double bed and en-suite shower facilities. Guests can enjoy on-demand movies with a 32-inch flat-screen TV, and you there is also a desk, tea/coffee making facilities and a blackout curtains.
Where to book online – DoubleTree by Hilton Bath – Gay Friendly Hotels Bath UK – you can find the best hotels deals in Bath during Bath Festivals which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Bath on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.