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The Apex City of Bath Hotel ticks a lot of boxes for families, with a contemporary feel, a large easy-going restaurant and the allure of a heated pool.

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Located at the lively intersection of James Street West and Charles Street, The Apex offers a picturesque view of Green Park Station, once a railway station and now a covered market that mostly operates on Saturdays. The Roman Baths and the shops of Milsom Street are nearby and if you fancy a tipple, head to the Raven Pub and the Canary Gin Bar on Queen Street.

Bath Spa station is less than ten minutes' walk away.

By car: Bristol is around 12 miles away (30 minutes) Cardiff 50 miles (1.5 hours) and London 120 miles (3 hours). Long-stay parking is available on Charlotte Street, a few minutes from the hotel.

By rail: London Paddington to Bath Spa takes around 1 hour 20 minutes. The Apex is a 5-minute taxi ride from the station. Book trains to Bath Spa.

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We adored the spacious, contemporary design and unfussy ambience here. Whilst designed with families in mind, it also appeals to corporate guests, so it can have quite a corporate atmosphere during the week.


The 15-meter heated pool in the basement is a standout feature, complemented by the steam room, sauna and gym. The hotel exudes a friendly atmosphere, thanks to its youthful staff who cater equally to both discerning businessmen and families with children.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Family-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms are divided into four categories: City (the cosiest), Superior, Family, and Deluxe; a few come with balconies. They are generously spacious and exceptionally comfortable, decorated in soft, muted, dark grey tones, with occasional brighter touches. Expect both walk-in showers and baths, complemented by Elemis toiletries.

Room types: City, Superior, Family, Deluxe

Key amenities: ensuite bathrooms with Elemis toiletries, air conditioning, TV, free Wi-Fi


The restaurant on the ground floor is brightened by sizable orange ceiling shades. The varied menu offers a fusion of British and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as afternoon tea. Alternatively, you can enjoy a drink and the all-day menu in the friendly bar. We liked the smoked duck starter with cucumber and ginger from The Smokery and the succulent Lamb Wellington.

The Orange Artichoke: international menu, Scandi design. Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Mains from £8.95-£28.50.

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