The Buxton Crescent Health Spa Hotel will officially open its doors later this week following a £70million refurbishment of its Grade I Georgian listed building. Derbyshire’s newly revamped health and relaxation spot will begin welcoming visitors to its 81-bedroom location from Thursday 1 October following a rennovation process that was first announced around 16 years ago.
The hotel – which was originally designed and built by York architect John Carr in the 1780s in the hopes it would re-establish Buxton as a popular spa town – will boast three pools, a relaxation pool, an indoor-outdoor rooftop pool and newly-transformed Victorian thermal pool featuring untreated and heated mineral waters. Overseen by the UK’s biggest health spa operators, Esana Hotels, the Buxton Crescent will also include eight treatment rooms, with overnight stays starting at £125 per night on a basic bed and breakfast basis.
Buxton first became a popular spa destination in Roman times, when a settlement was built around a warm-water spring that still provides the area with water to this day. The venue’s grandiose chandeliers, pillars, painted ceilings and stained-glass windows make this listed building an unforgettable location for a restorative getaway. To fully explore this newly-updated historic space – and to book your stay – simply head to the Buxton Crescent Health Spa Hotel website or follow the booking button below.
- Edward Lane
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- Tue 29 Sep 2020