Francis Hotel Bath – MGallery Collection
Francis Hotel Bath plans to reopen to visitors on Monday 17th May 2021. Their restaurant, Boho Marché, is open for outdoor dining. Please check their website and social media channels for further updates and booking details.
Francis Hotel – MGallery, offers an oasis of elegance with an eclectic edge that reflects the vibrancy and exuberance of the Regency period from which the interiors take their inspiration. The hotel was first opened by Emily Francis, a leading entrepreneurial lady of her time.
The luxury 98-room boutique property offers individually designed, air-conditioned bedrooms; some with four poster beds and views over the city. The property occupies seven of Bath’s original eighteenth-century townhouses, situated on one of the city’s most important architectural spaces, Queen Square.
Situated in the heart of Bath with beautiful landscape and countryside nearby, the hotel is a perfect spot for those seeking to blend exploration a historical city with rural walks. Half a mile from Bath Spa railway station, which is approximately ten-minute walk or a five-minute taxi ride, the hotel offers on-site parking for guests travelling by car.
Francis Hotel – MGallery will operate elevated hygiene and prevention measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all guests and staff in line with Accor’s ALLSAFE label certification when it reopens following temporary closure due to COVID-19.
The Accor ALLsafe label certification has been developed by the leading global hotel operator and vetted by Bureau Veritas to represent the new cleanliness and prevention standards and provide assurance to guests and staff. New protocols to be implemented at Francis Hotel – MGallery includes but is not limited to:
- Guests provided with individual sanitiser, wipes and masks
- Reinforced cleaning program in public areas with frequent disinfection of high touch room and bathroom areas
- Social distancing enforced in all common areas
- Reinforced food safety standards
- Contactless check-in, check-out and payments carried out whenever possible