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The Bath Hotel was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel the famous English architect of the time for the arrival of the railway in Victorian times and the “Royal” prefix was given as a reminder of Queen Victoria ‘s visit to the City of Bath . The Royal commenced trading in 1846.

The hotel’s original name was the Royal Station Hotel and because of the growing influence of rail travel and its closeness to the station in 1852, an upper level footbridge was built to link the first floor of the hotel with the station platforms.

The Royal has changed ownership several times during its nearly 150 years of history and in March 1995 PR Partnership acquired the hotel. Its partners are experienced hoteliers and restaurateurs, committed to continually improving the standards of service, food and hospitality to ensure that guests have a comfortable and enjoyable visit.

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