Apex City of Bath Hotel

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Total Meeting Space
Guest Rooms177
James Street West
Bath BA1 2DA


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • AV Capabilities

Recreational Activities

  • Indoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Staging Area

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Meeting Space

Meeting Rooms8
Largest Room363 sq. m
Second Largest Room54 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms177


Local Attractions

Dyrham Park

20 minutes away
Dyrham Park's name originates from the Saxon word for deer. An ancient deer park with a herd of almost 200 wild fallow deer it stays true to its roots. From May-October every year, we are joined by a herd of grazing cattle to help us manage the land. They eat the long grass so the deer can reach the tendershoots. For centuries, this ancient deer park has been grazed by animals - including sheep and cows - and in the interests of conservation, we are carrying on this tradition. As fun as it is to go exploring our park and garden on your own, for those who want to learn a bit more about the place, we offer a programme of free daily guided walks and tours. Normal admission applies.
Dyrham Park
Gloucestershire SN14 8HY

Bath Abbey

Historical Landmark
5 minutes away
Pilgrims and visitors have been made welcome at Bath Abbey for hundreds of years. As one of the most visited places in the South West, we welcome hundreds of thousands of people through our doors each year, but are fully aware that every visitor comes with their own expectations, beliefs and purpose. Whether it’s to admire the wonderful architecture, to enjoy exceptional music in a beautiful setting or to join us in prayer, come and experience the Abbey’s rich history and special atmosphere for yourselves. Where do your donations go? We rely on the generosity of our visitors and our congregation to fund the ministry, mission and maintenance of the Abbey. Suggested donation: Adult £4 Children & Students £2 Families £10
Bath BA1 1LT

Cheddar Gorge

Historical Landmark
45 minutes away
Visit Britain’s biggest gorge, take in the dramatic cliffs rising up 450ft and explore the stunning stalactite caverns below. Created by Ice age melt-waters over millions of years, this world famous beauty spot is not only a National Nature Reserve but also a famous site of prehistoric discoveries. There are seven great attractions to discover, including the spectacular Gough’s Cave. Explore the hidden chambers and meet Cheddar Man who once lived here. Duck into secret caves, see the ancient elders' meeting chamber and gasp at the incredible vistas created by stalagmites and stalactites. You'll be astounded by the soaring chambers of St Paul's Cathedral and the towering spires of Solomon's Temple. Audio guides bring the cave to life (there's a special version for kids) telling the fascinating story of its Ice Age creation, Stone Age occupation and Victorian exploration.
Somerset BS27 3QF

Longlete Safari Park

40 minutes away
Unleash your inner explorer and embark on a thrilling drive through the Longleat Safari experience. Make sure you park up in the African Village to get a closer look at some of the fury critters. Stand tall with giraffes, and walk with the wallabies and lemurs. Look out for the adorable pygmy goats, warthogs and stripy zebras too. For the rest of the safari you’ll need to stay safely in your car as you get up close to the world’s fastest mammal, the cheetah, and admire the lions and tigers. Alongside the big cats at Longleat Safari, you’ll also find some other deadly creatures – the grey wolves. Feed the deer from your car and watch as the cheeky macaque monkeys climb aboard, and no safari is complete without spotting Anne the Elephant! If you want to get even closer to the animals, you can go for a VIP tour in a 4x4 - an unforgettable off-roading experience. You’ll be taken aback by the impressive Longleat House, where you can step back through over 450 years of history. Did you know it’s one of the finest Elizabethan stately homes in the country? Descendants still live in parts of the house, but 15 spectacular rooms are open for public viewing. Take it all in at your own pace or join a guided tour through Longleat House’s Great Hall, library, dining room and saloon. As you explore, be sure to seek out and admire their fantastic collection of artworks, paintings, tapestries and furniture that have been collected over generations.
Estate Office
Warminster Wilts, BA12 7NW

Thermae Bath Spa

5 minutes away
Welcome to Thermae Bath Spa – a day spa where you can bathe in Britain’s only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters just as the Celts and Romans did over 2000 years ago. In the heart of the World Heritage Site, Thermae combines the best of the historic spa with contemporary design and facilities including a selection of relaxing spa treatments.
The Hetling Pump Room
Hot Bath St
Bath BA1 1SJ

Distance from Airport

  • 32.19 km from Venue


The Apex City of Bath Hotel is located just moments from the famous Roman Baths, tourist attractions and convenient transport links. The new-build property is Bath's largest hotel with 177 guest bedrooms and seven different conference & events spaces for over 400 people. All rooms feature walk-in spacious showers, baths and Elemis toiletries.

Additional Information

Apex City of Bath Hotel will host the city’s largest purpose-built conference space. This brand new hotel will have eight versatile meeting and event spaces, holding up to 420 delegates in the largest room. Ideal for large conventions, AGMs, exhibitions and celebratory occasions the hotel will provide the latest in technology, stylish interiors and a city centre location with excellent transport links. Each room can be flexible with its layout from theatre-style to cabaret and private dining.

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