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Thermae Bath Spa

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Located in the heart of the World Heritage Site, just 100 metres from the Roman Baths, the restored Spa will draw its thermal waters from the Hetling Spring, the Cross Spring and Kings Spring which deliver over one million litres of water every day at a temperature of 44 degrees centigrade.

Bath has been a spa site since prehistoric times, known then as Aqua Sulis. Adopted by the Romans it was developed and dedicated to Sulis Minerva. Almost ever since Britons and visitors have "taken to the waters".

Twenty years ago bathing at the baths stopped. With the new Millenium, thanks to lottery funding and Dutch Expertise (Thermae Development Comp), an exciting new project to recreate the spa experience in Bath is taking shape thanks to architects Nicolas Grimshaw & Partners. Two Georgian Baths are being refitted for use.

CGI images copyright - Nicolas Grimshaw & Partners



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Thermae Bath Spa Facilities

Overview
Minerva Bath
Massage Suite & Exercise Rooms
Steam Rooms & "Waterfall" Showers
Rooftop Thermal Pool
Ground Floor
  • Main Entrance
  • Reception
  • Lifts
  • Shops
  • Lower Ground Floor
  • Minerva Bath with whirlpool and relaxation areas
  • Upper Ground Floor
  • Changing Suite

    1st Floor
  • Massage Suite
  • Exercise Space
  • Restaurant

    2nd floor
  • The Steam Rooms
  • Four circular glass pods
  • 'Waterfall' Shower
  • Footbaths
  • Open-air Terrace
  • Solarium
  • Meeting room.
  • Rooftop
    Open-air Spa bathing pool with neck massage and air beds
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