Hotel Indigo Bath

Where Past & Present Cultures Combine

Hotel Indigo Bath is our recently-opened 166-bedroom boutique hotel perfectly located in the centre of Bath.

With inspiration taken from the area’s rich architectural beauty, this is echoed throughout the design of the hotel, from the stunning guest rooms – each of which being completely unique – to the stylish lounges and public spaces. From the start of the guest experience until the moment they leave, they’ll be embroiled in this fascinating neighbourhood.

Hotel Indigo Bath is more than just a hotel; a Gymnasium, Private Members Club and Private House with meeting room, private dining suite and eight adjoining guest-rooms also feature to create the perfect stay for anyone visiting Bath.

Hotel Indigo Bath

Unique beauty

Five-bedroom styles reflect the history of the building and of Bath itself.

The Romance and Mischief, Architectural Beauty, Literary Hideaway and the newly developed Garden Rooms are not just for show though – all are complete with Hypnos beds with luxury Egyptian cotton linen, spa-inspired bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and Nespresso coffee makers to ensure guests truly enjoy their stay in Bath.

And not forgetting the hugely-impressive Vault rooms, converted into bedrooms embracing 18th century architecture at its best and acting as the perfect example of where past and present cultures combining.

The Elder Restaurant

At Hotel Indigo Bath is The Elder Restaurant run by Mike Robinson.

The Elder offers a sumptuous yet informal dining experience where guests are taken on a journey of discovery – whether a story of Bath, our local neighbourhood or the field to plate philosophy. 

The Elder Restaurant
Hotel Indigo Bath

The Immortal City

Just a stone’s throw away from the Bath Abbey, Roman Baths and Pultney Bridge, guests can explore the historic sights whilst enjoying the modern day inspirational galleries, street performers, and fantastic array of individual shops.

Let us inspire you to walk along the wide Georgian Streets made for carriages up to The Royal Crescent, and after exploring take a relaxing dip in the hot spa waters of the original Roman Baths which give Bath its UNESCO World Heritage status.