Hythe Imperial ​

Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room

At a glance

  • Beach


    A four star seaside retreat, Hythe Imperial sits on the Kent coast, with panoramic sea views to enjoy from your room and various parts of the hotel. Team it with a glass of champagne from the Moet bar and few things could be more ideal.

  • Golf


    The hotel has its own nine-hole golf course running parallel with the Royal Military Canal.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Venue

    The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa venue.

  • Corporate


    The hotel offers meeting rooms and facilities that cater for up to 220 delegates.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    There are three family rooms and a children’s play area.


Hythe Imperial Princes Parade Kent
CT21 6AE

Spa & Leisure

A contemporary environment that retains a sense of history through columns around the pool, Spa Naturel also offers a gym, fitness classes, a spa bath, sauna and steam room. There’s also space to relax, indoors or outdoors with the pool and spa area overlooking the patio and garden.

A devotee of the ESPA brand, there are six treatment rooms providing massages, facials, and full body treatments as well as manicures and pedicures and finishing touches.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Hythe Imperial has stood at the heart of Hythe for hundreds of years, replete with Victorian splendor and offering guests the chance to bask in the coastal air and panoramic sea views while enjoying friendly and attentive service. Over time the hotel has undergone constant development and improvement but has retained its sense of history from its beginnings in 1880 with royal visits, sporting events and world wars all playing a part in the development of the unique character of the Hythe Imperial.

With spectacular views over the English Channel, Hythe Imperial’s fine dining restaurant offers in-house Indian fusion food and a number of bars to relax in. The hotel is extremely proud to be the home of Moët & Chandon in Kent, inviting Champagne lovers to recline in an ice paradise of a bar with a glass of “the champagne of success and glamour since 1743”.