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Self-Catering in Bath

SACO Bath, Bath, Bath

SACO Bath
37 St James' Parade
Bath
Bath

BA1 1UH | View map
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SACO Bath is an exciting new alternative to hotel accommodation in Bath City Centre. Experience a fresh and innovative approach which combines contemporary apartment living with stylish Italian designer interiors and the space to relax and unwind, allowing you to enjoy your stay in the beautiful city.

SACO Bath is an inspired fusion of old world elegance and sophisticated apartment living, offering the extreme of style and space. A fully equipped kitchen gives the flexibility to eat in or dine out, and king size beds and sumptuous bathrooms with power showers ensure the most relaxing stay. Whilst sumptuously furnished with the finest Italian furniture, each individually styled studio, one or two bedroom apartment provides you with a modern and comfortable alternative to a cramped hotel room.

Facilities
24 hour reception
Broadband on request
CD player
Cots available on request
Digital TV
Direct dial telephone
Dishwasher
DVD Player
Hair dryer
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Meeting facilities
On-street parking
Washer dryer
Weekly Maid and Linen Service
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Location
In the heart of the historic city centre and steps away from the buzzing nightlife, the apartments are just a short stroll from Bath Abbey, the magnificent Theatre Royal and the Thermae Spa.

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Unit Type: Apartments
Price Guide: Studio from £59pn; 1 Bed from £120pn; 2 bed from £200pn
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