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Holmsdale Guest House
Pleasant Street 8
FY1 2JA Blackpool
Best Western Carlton Hotel
Promenade 282-286
FY1 2EZ Blackpool
7.5 / 10
The Address
Reads Avenue 91-93
FY1 4DG Blackpool
0.0 / 10
Inglewood Seafront Hotel
Promenade 419
FY1 6BQ Blackpool
Hotel Mode
45 South Promenade
FY8 1LS Blackpool
8.8 / 10
Ashley Victoria
17-19 Alexandra Road
FY1 6BU Blackpool
ibis Styles Blackpool
Talbot Square
FY1 1ND Blackpool
4.0 / 10
Hilton Blackpool Hotel
FY1 2JQ Blackpool
6.8 / 10
Savoy Hotel
Queens Promenade
FY2 9SJ Blackpool
Seasiders Way
FY1 6JJ Blackpool
9.4 / 10
Blackpool FC Hotel
Bloomfield Road 31-39
FY1 6JL Blackpool
Travelodge Blackpool South Promenade Hotel
Balmoral Road South Shore
FY4 1HR Blackpool
9.0 / 10
The Melville Hotel
Adelaide Street 70-72
FY1 4LA Blackpool
1.0 / 10
The Gresham
Adelaide Street 106-114
FY1 4LE Blackpool
8.8 / 10
The Big Blue Hotel
1 Clifton Drive Ocean Boulevard Pleasure Beach Resort
FY4 1ND Blackpool
Grand Metropole Hotel
Princess Parade
FY1 1RQ Blackpool
6.2 / 10
The Imperial Hotel, Blackpool
North Promenade
FY1 2HB Blackpool
5.1 / 10
The Waldorf Blackpool
591-3 New South Promenade
FY4 1NG Blackpool
Leverdale Hotel
242- 244 Queens Promenade
FY2 9HA Blackpool
6.3 / 10
Norbreck Castle Hotel
Queens Promenade, Lancashire
FY2 9AA Blackpool
6.9 / 10
Aunties Coliseum
Hopton Road 3 - 7
FY1 6EA Blackpool
Hacketts York House
14 - 20 Queens Promenade
FY2 9SQ Blackpool
5.6 / 10
Parkfield Hotel
86 Withnell Road
FY4 1HE Blackpool
Best Western The Glendower Hotel
North Promenade 20-36
FY8 2NQ St Annes
8.6 / 10
Travelodge Lytham St Annes Hotel
329-335 Clifton Drive South
FY8 1LP St Annes
8.6 / 10
Hotel Inn On The Prom
11/17 South Promenade
FY8 1LU St Annes
7.9 / 10
Dalmeny Hotel
South Promenade 19 - 33
FY8 1LX St Annes
8.0 / 10
Lindum Hotel
63/7 South Promenade
FY8 1LZ St Annes
The Villa County House Hotel
Moss side Lane
PR4 2PE Preston
The Rooms B&B
Church Road 35
FY8 5LL St Annes
10.0 / 10

Blackpool - Las Vegas of the North

Blackpool is a seaside town in the North West of England just above Manchester and Liverpool. It is most famous for its entertainment facilities including funfair rides and bingo halls. In the 1950s, Blackpool’s popularity peaked then laterslumped due to the introduction of cheap airline flights to holiday destinations overseas. Since then it’s fair to say that Blackpool has managed to maintain its enthusiasm for entertaining its visitors but it would welcome more tourists to help sustain its economy.

Getting around

Blackpool is easy to get around. Whether you want to hop on and off the local bus service from your hotel to the major sights, or alternatively take a tram ride along the Golden Mile, it is easy to navigate. My personal recommendation would be to ditch the public transport and instead explore by foot, while at the same time taking in the sea air

The Unmissable Attractions

Blackpool Tower - Bank Hey Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 4BJ

Blackpool Tower is the stand out moment of the whole of the coastline. Originally constructed in 1894, the Tower is filled with beautiful architecture, but it offers more than that! Inside (an under) the Blackpool Tower, there are five major attractions. Enjoy the Tower Eye and 4D cinema experience, which tells you the history of the region, before you gasp in wonder at the views from the top of the tower and across the Irish Sea.

Not one for heights? No problem. Instead of heading up to the top of the tower, explore one of the world’s most renowned ballrooms. The Blackpool Tower Ballroom is a delight to behold and often holds world-class events.

Heading even further down, you can explore the Blackpool Dungeons and have a giggle at tales of witches and the plague, cleverly told by actors. Finally, under the Tower you can find a Victorian Circus, dating back to 1894. Stare in wonder at the amazing finale! Tickets for Blackpool Tower start from £23.60

Cultural delights

If you prefer something a little different to the shining lights of the promenade, Tower and Pleasure Beach, then we suggest you head to one of the following sights, for a little bit of art and culture:

Grundy Art Gallery - Queen Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 1PX

This excellent and ambitious gallery features work from both local artist as well as established artists from the UK and abroad. There a diverse range of collections so something for every taste – jewellery, contemporary art and watercolours to mention but a few. Admission is free

Opera House and Winter Gardens -Church Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 1HL

One of the country’s largest theatres, with nearly 3000 seats, the Opera House has hosted many world famous stars over its illustrious career, which started in 1939. If you are heading to Blackpool, make sure you check upcoming events.

The Winter Gardens compliment the Opera House beautifully and has recently undergone a £1.25million refurbishment. During the refurbishment work from renowned film set designer Andrew Mazzei was uncovered, and now this quirky art work has become a feature of the rooms.Admission is free, although check online for specific ticket costs for events

Enjoy a bite to eat

Being on the coast, Blackpool naturally has a wonderful array of fish to enjoy. However, if you are not a fan of the classic Fish & Chips, worry not! Blackpool offers wonderful quintessential British dishes, but also caters for the more international palate.

Beach House -Festival House, Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, UK, FY1 1AP

Situated directly on the beach front, makes Beach House quite a special venue. The interior of the bistro & bar is chic and vibrant with great vibe. In addition to the restaurant and bar, Beach House also hosts live music events, which just further adds to the wonderful atmosphere.

Michael Wan’s Mandarin -27 Clifton Street, Blackpool, Lancs, FY1 1JD

For those of you with more exotic tastes, why head to Michael Wan’s Mandarin. Either though this restaurant offers a taste of China in the North of England, it is equally part of the heritage of the area, as it opened its doors to customers over 50 years ago! The ethos of the restaurant is all about local produce and freshly made sauces. Need I say more? If you have a little more time available and fancy trying some of the dishes yourself, the restaurant also offers 3 hour cooking courses from £40.

Time for a good night’s sleep

All that sea air can be exhausting, and there are plenty of excellent hotels to choose from along this coastal region. To help you decide where to stay, check out our recommendations:

Hotel Mode -45 South Promenade, FY8 1LS Blackpool, United Kingdom

Located just opposite St Anne’s Beach, Hotel Mode is an excellent 4-star offering for the area. For those of you who enjoy sand between your toes, either head to the beach, or enjoy the bunkers on the Royal Lytham & Saint Annes Golf course, which is situated only 0.7 miles from the hotel. Inside the hotel you will find a sophisticated bar and restaurant space, and rooms decorated to a high standard.

The Melville Hotel -Adelaide Street 70-72, FY1 4LA Blackpool, United Kingdom

Set slightly away from the hustle and bustle of the promenade, The Melville Hotel offers a cosy, home-away-from-home feel. If you don’t feel like exploring Blackpool and would prefer a quiet meal in the hotel, The Melville Hotel offers a beautifully wood-paneled restaurant which includes many options for vegetarian diners. All windows are sound-proofed so you won’t be woken up by the nightlife of Blackpool. Also, the hotel boasts a lively bar area, where you can relax and unwind after a long day

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