Being located directly opposite the railway station with plenty of car parking nearby, The Isambard is a perfect meeting point and this delightful room is equally attractive for receptions, small lunch or dinner parties in Bath city centre.
The name Isambard is taken from the famous engineer and designer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who was responsible for the design of The Royal Hotel in 1846.
Meeting up to 14 people
Sit down lunch or dinner up to 14 people
Reception up to 30 people
Room only rental half day £75 plus VAT
i.e. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Room only all day £120 plus VAT
Included in these prices for meetings are iced water, sparkling water, cordials, mints and fruit sweets together with screen and flipcharts
Tea, coffee and biscuits £2 per person
Tea, coffee, scone with clotted cream £3 per person
2 course lunch from £10.95 per person
served in our adjoining restaurant –
24 hour package £134 per person
inclusive of a 3 course dinner with coffee,
accommodation with single room occupancy
and full English breakfast
We re-visited the Royal Hotel last week, and brought a group of 16 friends with us for a 5 night City break coupled with Bridge sessions each evening. As usual, the Hotel staff looked after us superbly and we even had exclusive use of the Isambard lounge for our Bridge tournaments. Starting with the cream tea on Sunday afternoon the restaurant provided some excellent food and wine throughout with a really superb gala dinner, which we had pre-arranged, towards the end of our visit. The bedrooms are all different in size but everyone seemed very happy with the quality of the furnishings and the overall cleanliness. However, it was the friendliness and helpfulness of all the staff which really made our holiday go with a swing and Mike the manager was a legend! With its extremely convenient situation opposite the main Railway station and Hop on / Hop off bus stops more or less outside the door we thoroughly enjoyed all of the tours, as well as the river and canal side walking and sightseeing that his beautiful city has to offer. We can thoroughly recommend this lovely Hotel and hope very much to return in the future.
TripAdvisor – October 2018
Excellent small hotel
The hotel is less than a minute walk from the rail station, but within 5 minutes walk from much of the tourist attractions of Bath. The building is a tradition railway hotel, located at the edge of a recently completed urban renewal project. I stayed a night, had a meal in the bar, held a meeting in the meeting room and ate in the restaurant. The staff are friendly and helpful. The staff wore well turned out uniforms. There is a small lift capable of holding 2 people and their baggage. The room was compact but had a wide range of facilities; trouser press, ironing board, iron, heat/fan, tea/coffee tray and bottle water. The bed was very comfortable and I had a view towards the Abbey. The shower/toilet room was very clean and well maintained. The bar was comfortable and had a nice selection of dishes on the bar menu. I also ate in the restaurant for lunch, which also had a nice selection of dishes. I was impressed with the quality and selection of the dishes. The hotel with its prime location, helpful staff, well maintained rooms, wide range of good food was a pleasant surprise for such a small hotel.
TripAdvisor – March 2018