Hotels in Blackpool

Blackpool hotels

Planning a weekend in Blackpool?

Seaside kitsch, mountainous sticks of rock and an eye-watering electricity bill - it has to be Blackpool. It might be an original Victorian holiday destination but you’d be wrong to think this town is stuck in a time-warp. From the Illuminations, ballroom dancing and Funny Girls to twenty-first century casinos and amusements, stay at one of our Blackpool hotels and let Lancashire’s Las Vegas show you how it’s done.

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Things to do in Blackpool?

Seaside kitsch, mountainous sticks of rock and an eye-watering electricity bill - it has to be Blackpool. It might be an original Victorian holiday destination but you’d be wrong to think this town is stuck in a time-warp. From the Illuminations, ballroom dancing and Funny Girls to twenty-first century casinos and amusements, stay at one of our Blackpool hotels and let Lancashire’s Las Vegas show you how it’s done. 

  • Blackpool Pleasure Beach
    Take the little ones to Nickelodeon Land, hit heights of up to 235ft on The Big One, whizz round 90-degree bends on Wild Mouse, loop the loop times five on Infusion then wind down on the Eddie Stobart Convoy Ride.
  • Blackpool Tower Ballroom
    The Wurlitzer’s playing in the background, you’re tripping the light fantastic in the splendour of the world’s most celebrated ballroom, the tea, sarnies and scones are on standby. Welcome to afternoon tea at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
  • Illuminasia 
    Illuminasia is what happens when traditional Chinese lantern-making marries modern technology and they move into Blackpool’s Winter Gardens. Giant sculptures and intense colours abound at this glaringly awesome exhibition. Check their seasonal opening hours if you’re in town in winter.
  • Great Promenade Show
    Blackpool’s South Shore has been brought to life by some amazing outdoor art installations intended to reflect Blackpool’s diversity. 
  • Grundy Art Gallery
    Contemporary art in Blackpool? You bet. The Grundy showcases the likes of Gilbert and George and Martin Creed alongside some impressive temporary acquisitions.