At a glance
There are five acres of garden to explore and the Peak District beyond to complete the vista.
Leisure Break Venue
Offering great leisure facilities and an array of pampering treatments in glorious surroundings, however there is no specialised spa location.
If the climbing and walking in the Peak District National Park were not enough, other local attractions include Chatsworth House and Alton Towers.
Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities.
Garra Rufa Fish are used to take the dead skin cells off your feet for seriously soft skin – they also stimulate acupuncture points to leave you surprisingly relaxed!
Spa & Leisure
In a building that dates back to 1868, the spa at The Palace Hotel offers all the health facilities you need to unwind surrounded by the sweeping panoramas of the Lake District. The pool, fitness suite, Aquafit classes and circuit training in the health club are accompanied by a sauna, steam room, sun bed and of course the all-important beauty rooms.
Using Decléor products that boast thirty-five years of Aromatherapy research, the treatments include facials, massages, body wraps, waxing as well as Jessica manicures and pedicures. They also offer the ever more popular Garra Rufa Fish foot treatments – or fish pedicure!
Hotel & Accommodation
With 122 rooms, this historic, palatial building originally designed by the Duke of Devonshire’s architect, Henry Currey, has been sensitively updated whilst incorporating original features. Surrounded by five acres of private grounds adjacent to the spa town of Buxton, it benefits from the undulating vistas of the Peak District National Park.
As you might expect from an aristocratic abode, The Dovetale Restaurant is an elegant setting looking out through sash windows onto the gardens, while the cosier Lounge Bar offers lighter options until 6.30pm.