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Norbreck Castle Hotel & Spa

Hotel in Blackpool

With views of Blackpool seafront, The Norbreck Castle Hotel is a short tram ride from the town center. It has live entertainment, a sauna, spa and 18-yard pool. Your own space Left to do what you wanted to do Nice that you had a hole in the wall so you could have food when you wanted Snack machines so you could snack when you wanted Also a fizzy pop machine so you could drink when you wanted

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5.2
Review score
13,390 reviews
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$40
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Grand Hotel Blackpool

Hotel in North Shore, Blackpool

Set on Blackpool's promenade, 1 mile from Blackpool Tower, The Grand Hotel Blackpool * 4 has an indoor pool and modern gym. Comfortable rooms and beds, courteous and helpful staff

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6.4
Review score
11,593 reviews
Price from
$65
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The Metropole Hotel

Hotel in North Shore, Blackpool

Between Blackpool Beach and the Promenade, Grand Metropole is set in a grand Victorian building, with a restaurant, a TV lounge and sea views. the room was great, was only there the night #loveblackpool

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5.8
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7,992 reviews
Price from
$55
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The Savoy Hotel

Hotel in North Shore, Blackpool

On Queen’s Promenade, overlooking Blackpool Beach, The Savoy Hotel offers live entertainment (selected dates only), limited free parking and free Wi-Fi. Friendly staff and trying to help etc . In these difficult times .

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5.9
Review score
4,312 reviews
Price from
$47
per night

Hampton By Hilton Blackpool

Hotel in South Shore, Blackpool

Located in Blackpool, Hampton By Hilton Blackpool offers beachfront accommodations 328 feet from Blackpool Promenade Beach and provides various facilities, such as a fitness center and a bar. The room was very clean, very spacious for disability access

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8.7
Excellent
4,550 reviews
Price from
$157
per night

Imperial Hotel Blackpool

Hotel in North Shore, Blackpool

The Imperial Hotel Blackpool is in the quieter North Shore area. The North Pier is 1,000 yards away and there are trams to all the attractions. Blackpool North Rail Station is 900 yards away. A building with a history at every step, friendly and professional staff, a pleasant atmosphere

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8
Very Good
5,457 reviews
Price from
$117
per night

Blackpool FC Hotel

Hotel in Blackpool Town Center, Blackpool

Located within Blackpool FC’s Bloomfield Road stadium, The Blackpool FC Hotel offers modern accommodations with pitch-side views. Guests can use the gym and free Wi-Fi. Everything the new girl on reception was amazing

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8.8
Excellent
3,503 reviews
Price from
$118
per night

The Big Blue Hotel - Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Hotel in 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. Nice clean hotel in a great location. The staff were extremely helpful, especially the Manager Leon and receptionist Chloe who helped our family out with pleasure beach tickets.

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8.8
Excellent
3,039 reviews
Price from
$122
per night

Best Western Carlton Hotel

Hotel in North Shore, Blackpool

Overlooking the Flyde Coast, the Best Western Carlton Hotel is located in the northern end of Blackpool Promenade, just 0.5 miles from the lively town center. The hotel has free WiFi. We ended up booking here on the hop after our initial accommodation was a pure substandard dump! What polar opposite to the first ‘hotel’ this was! Perfectly located on the tram line, clean and fresh surroundings. Staff went above & beyond, so friendly and approachable. We’ll be staying here again no doubt on our next trip. And we’d definitely recommend dessert on the menu.

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7.8
Good
2,497 reviews
Price from
$111
per night

Ruskin Hotel

Hotel in Blackpool Town Center, Blackpool

The Ruskin Hotel offers central accommodations in Blackpool, with free WiFi throughout the property, an on-site games room, on-site parking and shared lounge for guests. Lots to choose from. Excellent

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8.5
Very Good
2,915 reviews
Price from
$98
per night

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FAQs about hotels in Blackpool

  • Many families visiting Blackpool loved staying at Victoria Hotel Blackpool, The Dudley Hotel, and Langley House Hotel.

  • These hotels in Blackpool are highly rated by couples: The Dudley Hotel, The Fossil Tree Hotel, and Hilbre Hotel.

  • On average, it costs $144 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Blackpool for tonight. You'll pay around $227 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Blackpool will cost around $283, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • The Fossil Tree Hotel, Boulevard Hotel, and Sandford Promenade got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Blackpool.

  • Blackpool Town Center, North Shore, and South Shore are popular with other travelers visiting Blackpool.

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Blackpool cost $111 per night, and 4-star hotels in Blackpool are $157 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Blackpool can be found for $249 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).

  • For hotels in Blackpool that serve highly-rated breakfasts, try Hilbre Hotel, The Dudley Hotel, and Sandford Promenade.

  • Some of the best hotels in Blackpool near Blackpool Football Club include The Dudley Hotel, Rossall House and The Arthington.

  • Boulevard Hotel, Dutchman Hotel, and The Dudley Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Blackpool.

Beside the Seaside, Beside the Sea

A favored vaction 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 recognizable landmark is the Blackpool Tower which houses a circus, 4D cinema and a world-renowned ballroom, to name a few. Modeled 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 bachelor and bachelorette destination, Blackpool has accommodations ranging from North Shore hotels to South Shore B&Bs - see Booking.com for the best choice.

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