The Abbey Hotel, which was bought by KE Hotels just over a year ago, has unveiled a selection of newly renovated bedrooms as part of an ongoing project to modernise the hotel and increase its appeal with young professionals.
The new rooms follow a period of investment into improvements at the hotel, which also include the launch of the exclusive brasserie, Koffmann & Mr. White’s, and the redevelopment of the ArtBar, which is set to complete at the end of March.
A selection of rooms at the 63-key hotel have been given a “stylish makeover” to cover three creative themes; film, art and photography. The concept for each bedroom is based on the city’s connections to art and culture over the years. Each premium room has a modern en-suite bathroom with geometric black and white design, lighting and luxury shower facilities.
Josh Watts, general manager at the Abbey Hotel, said: “We’re really happy with how the new rooms look. This is the latest in a line of renovations to modernise the hotel and make the Abbey a thriving cultural hub for guests. The balance of the newly designed modern rooms alongside our more traditionally styled rooms, means we can cater to a variety of different guests.
“Bath is home to an array of independent galleries and festivals that promote local artistic talent – something we’re really proud of at The Abbey. The hotel has long been known for hanging work by local artists in the rooms, restaurant and bar. A quintessentially Bath hotel, The Abbey is the perfect place to stay to get the most of what our beautiful city has to offer.”