Top hotels in Blackpool
Originally built in 1776, The Metropole Hotel is a beautiful red bricked building, standing at the northern end of Blackpool’s famous promenade. The hotel's Victorian façade and interior has been beautifully updated and when coupled with the modern facilities on offer, it makes this the ideal seaside hotel. It thrives off being one of few hotels in Blackpool on the shoreline side of the promenade and provides stunning, tranquil views across the Irish Sea. All 223 of the traditional bedrooms are fully equipped with private bathrooms, a TV and tea/coffee facilities. If you would prefer a larger, more stylish room with additional floor space, why not try one of the premier rooms offering stunning views across the Irish Sea? The Britannia Metropole also offers two eateries; the Promenade Restaurant serves a delicious three course carvery menu in traditional surroundings, whilst The Worrall Restaurant is available to Premier guests only and serves an exclusive menu, alongside wonderful sea views. Guests can also relax in the Coastal Café throughout the day, which serves bar snacks, light bites and hot and cold beverages.
Located on Blackpool’s promenade, just one mile north of Blackpool Tower, the Grand Hotel Blackpool has an indoor pool and modern gym. Each modern room features a 32-inch flat screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a work desk. Many of the rooms have views over the Irish Sea. The hotel restaurant has a modern grill or a traditional carvery.
Located in the very heart of Blackpool on Albert Road is the 3-star Royal Ruskin Hotel. Decorated in a contemporary style, the Ruskin Hotel Blackpool has recently been upgraded and now boasts a sensual spa, pool and gym. It also features a licensed bar and restaurant. The hotel has 99 rooms, including 30 premier rooms. This includes family rooms with space for up to four guests and single rooms for lone travellers. All rooms feature an en-suite bathroom, free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities and a flat screen television. Guests can choose from a range of room and holiday packages that include one or more of the following; a full English breakfast buffet, three-course dinner, discounted entry to local attractions and even a local tram and bus pass. Guests also enjoy nightly bingo and cabaret shows in the hotel’s dedicated entertainment bar, a reason many people return every year to the Ruskin Hotel Blackpool. The location of the Royal Ruskin has huge appeal as it is just a short walk to the seafront, the Winter Gardens, the famous Blackpool Tower, the SEAlife Centre and Madame Tussauds Blackpool. The Ruskin hotel is also just few minutes walk away from the most popular bars, clubs and restaurants of the town centre. It is popular with families, groups and couples looking to get the most from their trip to Blackpool. Part of the Blackpool Royal hotel chain, the Ruskin prides itself on offering great value accommodation, home-cooked meals and top class entertainment.
A classic Blackpool hotel, extensively refurbished in a modern style, The Royal Carlton Hotel sits on the Promenade, between the Central and South Piers and within walking distance of Blackpool South Station. The hotel hosts live cabaret entertainment every night, and you can enjoy classic British dishes in the hotel restaurant. The Royal Carlton Hotel’s rooms have been refurbished in a modern style, and have flat-screen TV and en-suite bathrooms with showers and complimentary toiletries.
The Big Blue Hotel Blackpool is a grand, award-winning hotel located along the seafront, close to the South Pier and South Beach. It is also right next door to the world-famous Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Known for its distinctive blue exterior, once inside this luxury, four-star hotel you'll find a multitude of facilities including the stylish Blues Bar and Brasserie, a destination restaurant in its own right, as well as business facilities, a gym and complementary WiFi throughout. All 157 rooms in the Big Blue Hotel boast an LCD television, DVD player, en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities and Designer’s Guild fabrics. An optional breakfast buffet is served every morning in the Brasserie. As a family-friendly hotel, guests can enjoy a number of child-friendly features including a children’s menu and deluxe family rooms with space for up to six guests and a games console. The Big Blue Hotel suites also include a sofa and living area. Visitors can choose hotel packages which include entrance to the Pleasure Beach and the choice to use the hotel’s exclusive, private Pleasure Beach entrance. Whilst many rooms offer sea views, others offer close-up views of the Big Dipper itself. The striking ‘blue’ hotel has long been a landmark building of Blackpool’s seafront. Today the Big Blue Hotel Blackpool is a chic and stylish choice, having been completely remodelled in 2012. It is one of the Blackpool’s leading luxury family hotels, where holidaymaker's return year after year for both it's comfortable rooms and access to Blackpool's top attractions.
The Imperial Hotel is the most prestigious hotel in Blackpool. A popular retreat within the town, The Imperial Hotel is situated on North Promenade with spectacular views of the seafront, and only minutes from all the local attractions. All 180 en-suite bedrooms, including 9 suites, are tastefully furnished and include all modern conveniences to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
A classic seafront hotel dating back to the 1930s, The Royal Boston Hotel sits on the Queen’s Promenade North Shore. The hotel offers free parking and nightly entertainment, and you can take in sea views from the patio, or enjoy a drink in the 24-hour bar. The Royal Boston Hotel’s rooms have been extensively refurbished in a modern style, and offer free wi-fi, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee facilities and private bathrooms.
The smart Royal Alexandra Hotel is found in Blackpool’s town centre, within walking distance of the Houndshill Shopping Centre, Grand Theatre, Winter Gardens and Blackpool Tower. The hotel offers live entertainment, discos, karaoke and bingo every night in its cabaret bar and there is also a modern on-site restaurant. Each room includes modern comforts like a flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee facilities and a private bathroom, and a full English breakfast is included.
The Savoy Hotel Blackpool is ideally located right on the seafront of Blackpool’s North Shore. This recently refurbished hotel is an excellent choice for guests who are keen to spend time relaxing on Blackpool Beach or visiting some of the resort’s must-see tourist attractions. Within an easy five minutes’ drive, visitors can reach the town’s most iconic attraction, Blackpool Tower, or drive five minutes more to visit the bustling South Shore and experience the many thrill rides available at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The Savoy Hotel is also a convenient destination in the Autumn, when Blackpool’s famous illuminations are proudly on display, located just ten minutes away. A stay in one of the Savoy Hotel’s 145 well-appointed rooms offers guests a range of accommodation choices, with modern amenities and traditional décor. Many rooms benefit from sea views and offer comfortable accommodation for parties of up to six guests. Suitable for singles, couples and families with children, this hotel provides a range of dining and entertainment amenities. Full English and continental breakfast is served each morning and a self-service buffet is available to guests during dinner times at the onsite Gilbert’s Restaurant. The hotel's newly refurbished Albany Bar also serves drinks and snacks during the day and throughout the evening. In addition, the hotel's lounge area offers a quiet and comfortable place to relax after a busy day of sightseeing. The Savoy Hotel Blackpool also offers a range of disabled facilities, including ramp access, lift access and three accessible guest rooms.
The Hotel has 42 bedrooms, car parking, lift, bar, entertainment lounge, free WiFi, sun lounge and large screen TV. The Leverdale Hotel overlooks lovely cliff walks and miles of glorious sands with views to the Lake District and North Wales. The local area provides a wide range of shops and restaurants as well as a small arcade. The regular tram service is just across the road and runs the length of the coast from the Pleasure Beach in the South to Fleetwood in the North, with stops at all the major attractions in between.
The Royal Seabank Hotel sits on Blackpool’s central promenade, overlooking the Irish sea. The hotel has a restaurant and a cabaret lounge, which offers entertainment every night, while there is also a 24-hour service in the reception, which also offers free wi-fi access. Rooms are furnished in a modern style and include 22” flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and private bathrooms.
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With a stay at Crooked Retreat in Blackpool (Blackpool Town Center), you'll be minutes from Higgitt's Las Vegas Amusements and Madame Tussauds Waxworks. This guesthouse is within close proximity of Happy Dayz Amusement Centre and Ma Kellys Foxhall.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 9 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and you can also request cribs/infant beds (complimentary).Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Crooked Retreat.
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Hotels in Blackpool
Blackpool has been attracting holiday makers since the mid-18th century. The town's many attractions make it a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a cheerful seaside break. Book one of our Blackpool hotels and discover this gem on the Lancashire coast
Perhaps Blackpool's greatest asset is its capacity to delight people of all ages. Whether on the Pleasure Beach, the piers or at Sandcastle Waterpark, the town's white-knuckle rides and amusements are an absolute blast.
The glass observation room at the summit of Blackpool Tower provides you with incredible â€“ and vertiginous! â€“ views in every direction. Here you'll be able to see up, around and even beneath your very feet. From the tower's top to its belly is where you'll discover the Tower Dungeon. You'll be wowed by witches, witch-finders, plague doctors and torturers telling stories of Blackpool's grisly history. Don't worry, mum and dad â€“ the kids will look after you!
A less spine-chilling version of history is relayed in the 4D Cinema Experience which gives visitors the chance to learn about this fascinating seaside town.
Anyone from nine to 90 will enjoy one of the daily tea dances in the splendid Victorian surroundings of the magnificent Tower Ballrooms.
For anyone who enjoys circus antics, particularly those that recall entertainment from the late 19th century, the Tower Circus is a must. Take your place between the four 'legs' of the Tower and marvel at the incredible feats and pratfalls of the skilful circus performers and clowns. And be prepared for a water-based finale that involves 40, 000 gallons of liquid!
Eating and drinking
Blackpool has plenty of cafÃ©s, and Cedar's is one of the very best. It's very popular with the locals, a surefire indication that it's well worth a visit. Probably the finest fish shop in Blackpool, Yorkshire Fisheries uses the freshest potatoes and fish to produce its tasty meals, which you can eat in or take away. And for North Italian cuisine in England's North West try Ambrosini's, which has been a very popular eatery for nearly 30 years. Here you'll enjoy traditional food prepared with a modern approach.
Houndshill Shopping Centre has around 70 retailers under one roof including Boots, Disney Store and Debenhams. Bonny Street market is open at various times throughout the year selling clothes, accessories and much more. Abingdon Street Market is the place to go for fresh local produce. And less than nine miles by road, tram or train, Freeport Fleetwood has more than 45 shops in an attractive harbour setting.
For a room with a view, comfortable and affordable Fortuna House Hotel is ideal. And it's situated close to the seafront. And in the heart of Blackpool, Fairview Hotel offers 4-star comfort and service and comes with a great reputation.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Blackpool
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Blackpool?The Metropole Hotel, Grand Hotel Blackpool and Royal Ruskin Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Blackpool.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Blackpool?The cheapest price for a double room in Blackpool is £15, offered by Adam and Eve Hotel - Hostel.
What are the best hotels in Blackpool near the center?The best hotels near the center of Blackpool are IBIS Styles Blackpool, The Melville Hotel and Boomerang Blackpool.
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