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Thermae Bath Spa, Bath

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You can satisfy your hankering for a thermal-water treatment at Thermae Bath Spa. The town's mineral-rich spring water, which inspired the original Roman spa, also fills numerous pools here, including one on the rooftop that gives you sweeping views over historic Bath. Choose from various treatments, including body massages, head wraps, and thermal-bath and hot-stone therapies. You can purchase spa sessions that give you appointments to enjoy the thermal pools and aroma steam rooms. Purchase additional treatments a la carte or as part of a package, and enjoy snacks, meals, and refreshments in the Springs Cafe & Restaurant. To visit Thermae Bath Spa on your trip to Bath, use our Bath trip planner.
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  • Had missed out on this experience previously thanks to coronavirus, so was very excited to visit this time. However, I wasn’t that impressed. It was too busy, they made a big point on the phone of... 
    Had missed out on this experience previously thanks to coronavirus, so was very excited to visit this time. However, I wasn’t that impressed. It was too busy, they made a big point on the phone of...  more »
  • I think if one visits Bath and the Roman Bath exhibit, then one should partake of the waters. We only did the pools. It is beautiful and modern inside the pool areas. The lockers and change rooms....  more
    I think if one visits Bath and the Roman Bath exhibit, then one should partake of the waters. We only did the pools. It is beautiful and modern inside the pool areas. The lockers and change rooms....  more »
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  • ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC. This is one of my favourite places on earth. I was half expecting the tickets to be £100s. Considering the water comes from the same spring that was used to pump the original Roman Bath House. For £38 you can bath in the two main pools that they have to offer. The first is such an inviting, warm temperature and the second has a panoramic view of bath's architecture and countryside. Its truly breath taking. You can watch the sun go down while you enjoy the jets on the side of the pool. When I went there for the first time a few years ago, there were offering use of the sauna and steam room in between the pools. As well as a room filled with ice and menthol to give you a quick rush. My god it was beautiful. Highly recommended! I used to have photos but I lost them all on my phone.
  • Wow, what an experience with the waters in the pools here. After a full morning of a cycle guided tour, we went into the spa. Starting with the roof top pool, we worked our way down the one way system. The water in the pool just felt like silk on skin. I was pretty surprised to learn that the waters weren't heated but were rather at that temperature naturally. Enjoyed the sauna floor too, different kinds from Georgian to Roman steam rooms and hot & cold showers too. I was looking forward to the ice room but it is exactly what it says. A room with ice for one to rub on the skin. If I was picky I would say that a room with an ice bath to dip one's self in would be awesome. Definitely an experience to be had. It receives 4 out of 5 stars only because the treatments were all fully booked so we couldn't experience that. Looking forward for a return so that the full experience can be enjoyed and star rating added.

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