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The Blackpool center point is around the area of Blackpool Tower and the area of Winter Gardens Blackpool.

Blackpool Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Alumhurst Hotel - Blackpool
13 / 15 Charnley Rd., Blackpool, FY14PE United Kingdom
  • Cheap hotel
Sutcliffe Hotel in Blackpool
70 / 72 Albert Rd., Blackpool, FY14PR United Kingdom
  • Inexpensive Resort hotel
  • 5 floors in hotel
The New Oxford Hotel in Blackpool 68 Albert Rd., Blackpool, FY14PR United Kingdom
  • Economy Downtown property
  • 4 floors in hotel
Britannia Metropole Hotel : Princess Parade
Princess Parade, Blackpool, FY11RQ United Kingdom
  • Cheap hotel
  • Beach nearby
  • Great location
Pelham Lodge in Blackpool
7 9 General Sttreet, Blackpool, FY11RW United Kingdom
  • Four-star Oceanfront property
  • Free breakfast
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Old Cottage Hotel - Blackpool 9 11 Lytham Rd., Blackpool, FY16DU United Kingdom
  • Three Star Beach property
  • Check in time: 13:00
Blackpool Fc Hotel
Seasiders Way 1, Blackpool, FY16JJ United Kingdom
  • Expensive Resort property
  • 5 conference rooms in property
  • Most guests found the staff to be very friendly
  • Tasty breakfast
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Best Western Carlton Hotel 282 Promenade, Blackpool, FY12EZ United Kingdom
  • Three Star Beach property
  • 3 floors in hotel
The Bedford Hotel in Blackpool 298 300 North Promenade, Blackpool, FY12EY United Kingdom
  • Economy Beach property
The New President Hotel in Blackpool
320 324 North Promenade, Blackpool, fy12jg United Kingdom
  • Economical hotel
  • Room needs to be redecorated
  • No maid service
The Strand Hotel - Blackpool
326 328 North Promenade, Blackpool, FY12JG United Kingdom
  • Affordable Beach hotel
  • Has environment-friendly policy See policy
Hilton Blackpool England North Promenade, Blackpool, FY12JQ United Kingdom
  • Four star Oceanfront property
  • 274 rooms in property
  • Paid for wi-fi
  • Lovely bar service, according to 73%
Marine Villa Hotel 4 Withnell Rd., Blackpool, FY41HF United Kingdom
  • Economy Beach property
  • 9 rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Hackett's York House Hotel
14 20 Queens Promenade, Blackpool, FY29SQ United Kingdom
  • Low Cost Beach property
  • 101 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Rooms could be larger
  • Good bar
Village Hotel Club East Park Dr., Blackpool, FY38LL United Kingdom
  • Mid-scale Resort hotel
  • Check in: 15.00
Chequers Plaza Hotel : 24 Queens Promenade
24 Queens Promenade, Blackpool, FY29RN United Kingdom
  • Inexpensive Beach property
  • 48 rooms in hotel
Big Blue Hotel in Blackpool Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool, FY41ND United Kingdom
  • 4-star Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 7 meeting rooms
  • Hash browns amazing
  • Clean rooms
The Waldorf - Blackpool
591 593 New South Promenade, Blackpool, FY41NG United Kingdom
  • Cheap Beach hotel
  • Check-in: 14:00
  • Most guests enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
  • Great welcome staff
Leverdale Hotel in Blackpool 242 244 Queens Promenade, Blackpool, FY29HA United Kingdom
  • 2 star Beach hotel
  • Check-in: 14.00
  • Owners excellent
  • Average parking
Britannia Norbreck Castle Hotel : Queens Promenade
Queens Promenade, Blackpool, FY29AA United Kingdom
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Most guests didn't like the unstylish hotel
  • Most guests were satisfied with the proximity to sightseeing
Dalmeny Resort Hotel 19 33 South Promenade, Lytham St Annes, FY81LX United Kingdom ~4.64 miles south of Blackpool
  • Midscale Beach hotel
  • 6 suites in property
The Chadwick Hotel 113 115 South Promenade, Lytham St Annes, FY81NP United Kingdom ~5.00 miles south of Blackpool
  • Midscale Beach property
  • 2 floors in hotel
Ramada Plaza Southport : Marine Lake Southport Promenade Marine Lake Southport Promenade, Southport, PR90DZ United Kingdom ~10.95 miles south of Blackpool
  • 4 star Convention Center hotel
  • Check in: 15:00
  • Expensive cheese sandwich
  • The price was too high for 70%
Scarisbrick Hotel - Southport
239 Lord St., Southport, PR81NZ United Kingdom ~11.66 miles south of Blackpool
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Most guests thought the facilities needed updating
  • Affordable parking
The Park Hotel - Preston
209 Tulketh Rd., Preston, pr21es United Kingdom ~13.34 miles east of Blackpool
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • Popular among solo travelers
  • Perfectly clean
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'That was a really weird time in each and every person's life. I felt for a while I got stuck in a foreign land. But I did what I could do best, made Blackpool my home. And it accepted me. People, especially.'
Charlie Cairoli, the best known clown of his times, reflected his settling in Blackpool, inadvertent, unfortunate but fateful, in these words. He had to settle quite unexpectedly in Blackpool as the WWII broke out, but ended up loving the city far too much that he had to settle there for his life.

Blackpool can have that effect on people. On the face of it, it is just another ocean city in the UK, a mid-sized city dotted with picturesque beaches, summer huts and cottages, resorts, restaurants, local markets, farmers' unions and a lone lighthouse to guard the waters. 

But dig a little deeper and you would know the true spirit of Blackpool lies in exploration, adventure and discovery. It is a city that has revelled in making the most of presented opportunities. It grabbed the very first chance that came its way to rise from being a cesspool city (quite literally, a black pool) to a hotspot, high flying tourist destination in the country. Much of its credit should rightfully go to Blackpool residents who have tirelessly worked in hospitality industry to make it happen. 
Talking of hospitality industry, hotels in Blackpool deserve a headliner mention, because the city boasts of many, perhaps, far too many for its size. 

If you are planning on visiting Blackpool in near future, this quick write-up will help you get an idea about what it is like to tour and lodge in Blackpool. 

Affordable Hotels in Blackpool 

Being a resort city, and a city that mainly thrives on tourism, especially during summer months, Blackpool has a good concentration of hotel establishments that have spread throughout the city, particularly nearby the beach areas that see the most of the footfall that tourists bring about. 

Finding cheap hotels may not as difficult an idea as most tourists initially think it to be. Not too far away from Blackpool are two major cities of the north, Liverpool and Manchester. So, finding cheap hotels here in Blackpool becomes a forgone necessity, as you can always put your base in one of these cities where you have access to better and more hotel rooms. 
Cherry Tree House is the first hotel you should be keeping an eye on in this category. Noted by many guests to be a great value for money paid, Cherry Tree House is definitely in the league of reputable luxury hotel establishments, only much cheaper. 
Premier Inn Blackpool is the next option that tourists can think of exploring. It's located centrally in downtown Blackpool and offers greater accessibility to buses, trains and local transport. 

The Beechfield Hotel and Mardi Gras Guest House are also options worth giving a go, if you want to save big on your hotel expenses. 

Lavish Stay in Blackpool 

Despite being a city that has taken tourism to its very heart, Blackpool seems to lack on luxury hotel and resort units. 
The fact that the number of tourists thronging the streets of Blackpool every summer regularly crosses 1 million mark should, in other cases, have been enough to expect at least two dozen luxury resorts in the area. 
Among the present ones, Hilton Blackpool is perhaps the best equipped in terms of style, substance and an overall level of luxury accorded to its patrons. 

The Imperial Hotel in Blackpool is a Victorian building that has hosted an illustrious list of guests that features names like Charles Dickens, T.S. Eliot, Lord Mountbatten, Winston Churchill and Edith Wharton. 
Other worthy names include Blackpool FC Hotel and Kings Hotel, both historic properties turned into resorts. 

What to See When in Blackpool? 

Once you have chose one among many Blackpool hotels, your next concern should be to decide the places that you wish to devote your time to.

Blackpool has been a beach city for a long time, over almost two centuries. It used to be a popular local gateaway for umpteen thousands of mill workers residing in the north of England during the phases of industrial revolution. That label has stuck, and rather to the advantage of the city. 

Hence, the first and the foremost thing to see in Blackpool would be to its collection of majestic and clean beaches that shore the Irish Sea. 

Blackpool Zoo should be the next entrant in your list of things to do in Blackpool. It is a beautifully maintained zoo that offers the most unlikeliest of animal species for your observation, from the great lions of African plains to vicious serpents from Java Island. 

Central Pier is a fun place to chill out at, with its many food joints and fun rides, including a large ferris wheel. Sandwater Castle Water Park is also a great gateway, located just outside the city limits, featuring over 40 different rides. 
Blackpool Tower, an imposing structure that is an identity of Blackpool city, is definitely worth clicking pictures in front of, as well! 

Hotels Near Blackpool Airport 

Blackpool Int. Airport is a fairly busy airport handling much of its traffic from various cities in the UK, and direct flights to major European cities. It, however, does not host trans-continental flights. 

It is located at a distance of 5 km, just outside borough boundaries. Hence, from a convenience point of view, finding good hotels in Blackpool is a better idea, than finding ones near the airport! 

Local Transport in Blackpool 

Blackpool is not really a sprawling city that is imposingly stretched in boundaries. That's why, getting around locally in Blackpool is not really a difficult task. 

A good deal of local buses ably supported by local trams means that you can easily hop around sights around Blackpool. Also, many Blackpool hotels do provide private car rentals, with overhead charges being incurred to you over and top of regular hotel tariff!

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