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I went back to my home town of Buxton where I spent 38 years of my life. Even attending incidents as a firefighter so knew the hotel inside out. How disappointed I was to arrive to see the same wall paper and now even had...More
My parents stayed at this hotel for several nights for the Buxton Opera and Literature Festival. They had a problem with the toilet leaking in the bathroom but had to chase staff repeatedly before anyone actually attended to the problem. Initially they were told it...More
Mediocre bar service at rip off prices....2 coffee were 6.80 but 3 course Sunday lunch is only 9.95.
Rooms are large and beds comfortable.
Breakfast chef/manager needs to be reminded about supermarkets as the excuse for a poor fruit display and no yoghurt was that...More
Excellent location near the centre of Buxton. Generally very nice staff. The "old" rooms are spacious but in need of upgrade. For example, the shower had low pressure and we could hear footsteps in the room above. The breakfasts are short on fresh fruit and...More
Today met a couple of my friends whom I had not seen for some months chose the Palace Hotel as it was easily accessible for us all this is a beautiful building but let down by the food. We sat in the lounge for at...More
US$64 - US$451 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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pavilion gardens are lovely, there's a few things to see around the town too, but try to venture a bit further. Bakewell is great, and on the way there's a little old mining town with a church called the cathedral of the... More
pavilion gardens are lovely, there's a few things to see around the town too, but try to venture a bit further. Bakewell is great, and on the way there's a little old mining town with a church called the cathedral of the peaks. This town is just amazing certainly a must see if you are nearby.