SACO Bath - St James Parade
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Hat uns sehr gut gefallen!
Wir verbrachten ein herrliches Wochenende im Saco Apartments in Bath. Das Apartment war sehr geräumig und mit allem ausgestattet, was wir für unseren kurzen Aufenthalt brauchten. Unser Apartment war ganz in der Nähe zu allem, was wir brauchten, Geschäfte, Restaurants, etc.
Das Personal war sehr hilfsbereit und gab uns viele Tipps zu Restaurants und Sehenswürdigkeiten. Es gab wirklich so viel zu sehen, dass wir unbedingt wieder dorthin fahren müssen und zwar möglichst bald!
Fantastic weekend at SACO Bath!
We stayed at SACO Bath just a few days after it had opened in August 2006. We wanted to enjoy a relaxing weekend away and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Bath.
When we arrived at SACO Bath we were greeted by a very helpful and smiley receptionist who showed us to our apartment. We had never stayed in a serviced apartment before but was amazed at how much space we had! It was so nice to have a big living room with open plan kitchen, separate bedroom and bathroom. We were given an arrival pack of muffins, cereal, biscuits, tea, coffee and milk, which was great to help us settle in to our new home for the weekend, before we found the local supermarket! We were also given Molton Brown goodies in the bathroom which was a real luxury.
The bedroom was really comfortable and was a lot bigger then we expected. We had lots of room to hang our clothes up and to store our luggage away. The iron and ironing board really helped re-vamp our clothes after being stuck in a case for a few hours!
We had a great time at SACO Bath and would really recommend it to others. The location of the apartments is perfect, just a two minute walk from great shops and less than a five minute walk from the new Thermae Spa - definitely worth a visit. There are great restaurants nearby, although it's so nice to have the option just to stay in and cook a romantic meal for two!
Nos encantó el hotel apartamento SACO
Alquilamos un apartamento estudio. Era enorme y muy cómodo, tenía todo lo que podías necesitar, con un baño grande y bien equipado, CD, DVD y pantalla plana de televisión, lavavajillas y lavadora. Es todo nuevo y está amueblado con mucho gusto. La ubicación es genial ya que se encuentra cerca del centro y puedes ir andando a todos los lugares de interés turístico. ¡Lo recomiendo sin duda alguna!
Das SACO Appart Hotel hat uns sehr gut gefallen
Wir hatten ein Studioappartment gemietet. Es war riesig und sehr komfortabel eingerichtet. Es verfügte über ein gut ausgestattetes großes Badezimmer, CD-Player, DVD-Player, Flachbildfernseher, Spülmaschine und Waschmaschine. Es ist alles neu und geschmackvoll eingerichtet. Befindet sich ganz in der Nähe des Stadtzentrums und man kann bequem zu allen Sehenswürdigkeiten laufen. Auf jeden Fall empfehlenswert!
Loved SACO Appart Hotel
We rented a studio appartment. It was huge and very comfortable complete with large well appointed bathroom, CD, DVD and flat screen tv, dishwasher, washing machine. It is all new and tastefully furnished. The position is great close to the centre and you can walk to all attractions. Definitely recommended!
Excellent weekend away-perfect accomodation!
I have never stayed in a serviced apartment before and didn't know what to expect. Our apartment was excellent. The building seems very recently built and the apartment brand new. It is a typical Bath Terrace which has a modern build-on to the rear and hold about 100 apartments i'd guess...however, you would never know anyone else is there, it is very peaceful. We had a 1 bed apart. with a bedroom, bathroom, and lounge/kitchen. The appliances are all new and sparkling, very tastefully decorated. So clean and comfortable.
The block is in the centre of Bath, 2 mins walk from an M&S to get your food bits and the same distance to all the shops/Spa/bars/Sights. Perfect for a weekend away!
My wife and I have stayed in Bath six times in recent years. This is the first time we've stayed in a Serviced Apartment, and I can only relay what a positive experience it was!
As anyone who knows Bath already knows, location is everything for where you stay because all your sightseeing will be done on foot. This property is located in the centre of town in a beautifully refurbished terrace. Car parking is in the council car park about three minutes' walk from the hotel and it is very easy to find. Even in the middle of the busiest sale time we were able to find a space.
As we had my wife's parents with us, we rented a two-bedroom apartment. It was tastefully furnished, extremely spacious and well-kitted out, for example widescreen LCD TV, DVD Player, LCD televisions in both bedrooms, stereo, etc ...
If, like me, you've not self-catered before, you'll find one of the biggest pluses is not having to race down to breakfast! There is a breakfast basket to get you started with cereal, tea, proper coffee, muffins, crisps, etc.. and then once you have settled in and got your bearings, there is a Sainsburys Local a short walk away that is open till all hours, and an M&S supermarket that is even closer (open normal business hours). Oh, and there is a dishwasher in the kitchen!
The staff we encountered were enthusiastic, professional and were extremely helpful and knowledgeable about the area.
Difficult to think of a better value alternative! I recommend it without hesitation and know where we'll be staying next time we head to Bath.
booked via otel.com for $170/night. saco was very difficult to find (it only has a very discrete sign next to the door), but was a good location near shops and restaurants. it was about a 5 minute walk from the main shopping district. the inside accomodations were quite nice - very modern and clean, simple lines. i loved it more than any other hotel we stayed in throughout the UK. we had a flat that was one hallway with 3 doors - one door led to a main kitchen/sitting area, one door to a bathroom, and one door to the bedroom. definitely recommended.
Fantastic, luxurious accommodation
I have never been so impressed with hotel / apartment accommodation as I was with this experience. Beautiful building, good location (just off the main street area), polite and friendly reception staff, and an amazing apartment.
We enjoyed the benefit of a huge living / dinning / kitchen area complete with Italian furnishings, plasma t.v., c.d. player etc., in addition to the ample size bedroom and bathroom.
The kitchen wanted for nothing, and my favourite touch was the basket of muffins, shortbread, hot chocolate, orange juice, milk etc. that was provided in addition to the useful teas / coffees that you expect.
The only request I would make, would be to ask for a couple more coat hangers in the bedroom wardrobe, and when all you've got to complain about is coat hangers, you know you're onto a good thing!!!!!
I had never stayed in a serviced apartment before, but I have to say that from now on I will be looking out for them.
I think we paid about £60 for one of their studio apartments, which had everything we needed, and was really nicely kitted out.
What was great was that it had its own kitchen with plates and cutlery, and they gave us a little food basket to start us off - which was great for breakfast.
The only minor gripe was the road noise, but its right in the city centre - I guess theres not much u can do about it.
All round it was an excellent stay, really central, great staff, excellent value for money.
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