The Buxton Crescent Hotel and Thermal Spa in Derbyshire has revealed it is opening its doors in spring this year.
Plans for the multi-million pound redevelopment was announced in 2015 and will be operated by Ensana Health Spa Hotels, which was formerly part of the Danubius Hotel Group, which originally purchased the property.
Ensana Health Spa Hotels has a portfolio of 26 spa hotels across Europe and is set to create over 140 jobs and claims to “boost the economy by over £4.5m.”
The redevelopment will consist of 80 bedrooms, alongside assembly rooms and a thermal natural mineral water spa in the Natural Baths.
The project is estimated to cost over £46m. Buxton Crescent and Thermal Spa will fund just under £18m with the rest coming from the public sector.
Crucial to the success of the scheme is a £23.8m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund together with a £2m grant from the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership and £500,000 from Historic England.
High Peak Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council are also each contributing £1m each to the development.