Bedroom styles reflecting our history
Each time your stay at Hotel Indigo Bath could be completely different from the last with our five stunning room designs.
All room designs reflect the culture and history of our Grade I listed building and the city of Bath itself. Check out the virtual tours of each below.
Please note that all rooms at the hotel are different and may vary from the demonstrations. Rooms are not allocated on a room design basis and while requests can be made for a specific room style, we cannot guarantee all requests can be met.
Romance and Mischief Rooms
Our neighbourhood is famous in the world of literature, much of which started with the infamous Debutant Season in Bath, where grand evenings of gambling and frivolity mixed with afternoon tea and whispers of romantic promises.
Cue our ‘Romance & Mischief’ rooms, where abstract styling meets Georgian tradition. You’ll find a modern day twist on an era where gambling and infidelity were common place.
Architectural Beauty Rooms
Bath is one of the most elegant cities in the country. Streets are lined with handsome Georgian buildings, with creamy orange local stone.
Reflecting the buildings and architecture of this great city, are the ‘Architectural Beauty’ rooms. Traditional Georgian artwork and furniture will take you back to an era of stunning beauty.
Literary Hideaway Rooms
Escape to the stunning ‘Literary Hideaway’ rooms.
Walls of novels from so many of Bath’s famous authors, a writer’s desk, and a unique and thoughtful design creates the perfect setting for our guests to lose themselves in a good book or inspire them to write a masterpiece of their own.
Overlooking the new, purpose built garden terrace in the middle of the townhouses the form Hotel Indigo Bath, these rooms combine modern design with a stunning view and all the warmth and comfort needed to create a perfect environment in which to unwind and relax.
The Vault Rooms
12 stunningly unique Vault Rooms are now open at Hotel Indigo Bath with our Suite Vault seen on the virtual tour below.
Built in the 18th century, The Vaults are an amazing example of the historical architecture of Bath. These rooms are designed with soft lighting, black timber finishing and artwork reflecting the mischievous history of the era.