Hotels and more in Blackpool

  • All 756 hotels and more in Blackpool
    Show map
  • Blackpool FC Hotel

    Blackpool FC Hotel

    Blackpool Centre, Blackpool

    Situated within Blackpool FC’s Bloomfield Road stadium, The Blackpool FC Hotel offers modern accommodation with pitch-side views. The staff were excellent, friendly and helpful, particularly Martin in the restaurant, and the front desk staff when we arrived. Food was excellent, both the evening meal and breakfast. It was the best hotel I have stayed in, in Blackpool and would definitely use it again.

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £79.10
    9.1 Superb 1,964 reviews
  • The Big Blue Hotel - Blackpool Pleasure Beach

    The Big Blue Hotel - Blackpool Pleasure Beach

    South Shore, Blackpool

    In vibrant Blackpool, this 4-star hotel has free Wi-Fi, a gym and paid parking. The Big Blue Hotel has its own private entrance to Blackpool Pleasure Beach open at selected times. Fabulous hotel. Staff were very friendly. They gave us free tickets to explore the theme park that is right next to the hotel...breakfast buffet was excellent..I think this is the best hotel in Blackpool from what I saw of the others..

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £73
    9.2 Superb 2,687 reviews
  • Holmeleigh Hotel

    Holmeleigh Hotel

    South Shore, Blackpool

    Holmeleigh Hotel is set in Blackpool, 500 metres from Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Located around 2.1 km from Coral Island, the hotel with free WiFi is also 2.4 km away from Blackpool Tower. The hotel is in a good location off street parking hotel was spotless really comfortable breakfast excellent the owner Wendy was really helpful couldn't do enough for you would definitely recommend

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £26.10
    9.1 Superb 208 reviews
  • Hotel Rouge

    Hotel Rouge

    North Shore, Blackpool

    Hotel Rouge features a terrace, shared lounge and bar in Blackpool. Everything about it from start to finish

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £38.75
    9.9 Exceptional 201 reviews
  • ParkRoyal Blackpool

    ParkRoyal Blackpool

    South Shore, Blackpool

    Situated in Blackpool, ParkRoyal Blackpool features a shared lounge. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. This was the best hotel I've ever had the privilege to stay in. Ruari and Tony were absolutely amazing hosts and I felt more than welcome. Very modern and comfortable and the breakfast was to die for. I was not supposed to be returning to Blackpool during this holiday but have changed arrangements so I could stay here again. Wonderful!!

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £45
    9.6 Exceptional 237 reviews
  • Mojitos Group Weekends Blackpool

    Mojitos Group Weekends Blackpool

    Blackpool Centre, Blackpool

    Mojitos Group Weekends Blackpool is set in Blackpool, 1.1 km from Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The property is situated 1.5 km from Coral Island and 1.8 km from Blackpool Tower. fab location, staff were so lovely and the rooms were so spacious and modern. We only had to pay £20 each for the night with an extra £2.50 for late checkout and i’d even pay more than that!

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £40
    9.0 Superb 197 reviews

Blackpool's best hotels and accommodation with breakfast

Budget hotels and accommodation in Blackpool

Stay in the city centre! Blackpool's hotels and accommodation

Blackpool was highly rated for entertainment by 25,394 guests from the United Kingdom! Blackpool travel guide

Beside the Seaside, Beside the Sea

A favoured holiday spot since the Victorian era, Blackpool is a traditional English seaside town. Amusement arcades and crazy golf courses line the promenade and dotted between them are plenty of places to pick up fresh fish ‘n’ chips and Blackpool rock.

On the 5-mile sandy beach, children can enjoy Punch and Judy shows and donkey rides. Old-fashioned entertainment at its best. At the other end of the scale is the Blackpool Pleasure Beach, a fairground complex comprising a variety of rides, including The Big One - once the world’s tallest and steepest rollercoaster. They actually had to get permission from nearby Blackpool Airport to erect it!

More seaside pursuits are on the town’s 3 piers, one of which is Grade II listed. However, the most recognisable landmark is the Blackpool Tower which houses a circus, 4D cinema and a world-renowned ballroom, to name a few. Modelled on the Eiffel Tower, it is spectacularly lit during the annual Blackpool Illuminations, when the whole town is bathed in bright lights. The trams plying the prom are also lit. Look out for the one shaped like a ship.

A popular stag and hen do destination, Blackpool offers accommodation ranging from North Shore hotels to South Shore B&Bs - see for the best choice.