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Blackpool, England, United Kingdom
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Low season February
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  Average price (weekend night): £48

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Top tips for finding the perfect Blackpool hotel

Guests visiting Blackpool between September and November can experience the dazzling Blackpool Illuminations, the city’s annual lights festival. Hotels on the promenade, like The New Brooklyn are at the heart of the action.
To stay near Blackpool Tower, look for hotels near the promenade and North Pier. Hotels such as The Melville Hotel and Ibis Styles Blackpool are good options.
A number of hotels in Blackpool cater to families. The Hotel Sheraton and Norbreck Castle Hotel both come with a pool and entertainment program.
Blackpool seafront is perfect for family strolls, picnics, fish and chips on the beach or building sand castles. Many hotels and B&Bs are situated along the promenade, such as the Balmoral Hotel and The Royal Carlton Hotel.
Blackpool’s main train station is based in North Shore, which is about 1 mile from Pleasure Beach. There are several hotels within walking distance of the station, such as the Best Western Carlton Hotel and The Parisienne Hotel.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Blackpool

How much is a cheap hotel in Blackpool?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Blackpool for as cheap as £8 in the last 3 days. The average price is £70.
How much is a hotel in Blackpool for tonight?
In the last 3 hours, users have found Blackpool hotels for tonight for as low as £11. Users have also found 3-star hotels from £11 and 4-star hotels from £26.
How much is a hotel in Blackpool for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Blackpool hotels for this weekend for as low as £10 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from £11 and 4-star hotels from £27.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which neighbourhood in Blackpool is good for nightlife?
Blackpool is particularly lively at night, and the area around North Pier and Blackpool tower is home to a cluster of popular cocktail bars, cabaret clubs, and live music venues, including Winter Gardens, a Victorian era entertainment venue with theatres, ballrooms, and an opera house. To stay in the heart of the action, consider Ibis Styles Blackpool.
Which hotel area is especially good for shopping in Blackpool?
Travellers looking for some retail therapy in Blackpool could consider choosing a central hotel near the Houndshill Shopping Centre, such as The Melville Hotel or The Royal Alexandra Hotel. Nearby, the Abingdon Street Market features over 70 stalls offering a variety of goods, as well as tea houses and cafes.
Which neighbourhoods in Blackpool are close to the beach?
Blackpool is home to one of the UK’s finest sandy beaches. The promenade that runs along the coastline is split into three main sections – North Shore, Central Shore, and South Shore. For a quieter beach holiday, book a hotel in the North Shore, such as Howard Hotel. Those looking to enjoy Blackwell’s amusement parks will be better off at a hotel in the South Shore.
Are there hotels in Blackpool where I can take my dogs/pets?
Yes. Several pet-friendly hotels can be found all along the Blackwell coastline. The Savoy Blackpool Hotel, Canberra Hotel and The Glenhaven Guest House are all good options. Pet owners should be aware that dogs are allowed on many of Blackwell’s beaches as well as the promenade when kept on a lead.
Are there hotels in Blackpool with free parking?
Guests travelling to Blackpool by car have the option of staying outside the hustle and bustle of the city centre at well-appointed hotels with parking such as the Village Hotel Blackpool, which features an indoor pool, spa, tennis courts, and a golf course. The Windsor Hotel in the North Shore is also a good option, which usually has free street parking out front.

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Best Blackpool hotels

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The Arthington - Blackpool - Bedroom
9.8 Excellent (284 reviews)
Windsor House - Guest house - Blackpool - Bedroom
9.5 Excellent (276 reviews)
By the Seaside - Blackpool - Building
9.6 Excellent (120 reviews)
Redstone Guest House - Blackpool - Building
9.5 Excellent (167 reviews)
Sheron House Bed & Breakfast - Blackpool - Building
9.4 Excellent (153 reviews)
Dutchman Hotel - Blackpool - Building
9.1 Excellent (1,121 reviews)
The Mercury - Blackpool - Bedroom
9.6 Excellent (40 reviews)
The Mardonia - Blackpool - Building
9.2 Excellent (116 reviews)
The Golden Sands - Guest house - Blackpool - Bedroom
9.1 Excellent (270 reviews)
Blackpool Fc Hotel - Blackpool - Bedroom
9.0 Excellent (2,507 reviews)
The Garnett Hotel - Blackpool - Building
9.0 Excellent (349 reviews)
Pelham Lodge - Blackpool - Building
9.2 Excellent (68 reviews)

Best rooms in Blackpool

Number One St Luke's - Blackpool - Outdoor view
9.8 Excellent (133 reviews)
The Kenley - Blackpool - Bedroom
9.6 Excellent (323 reviews)
Rossall House - Blackpool - Building
9.8 Excellent (392 reviews)
Branston Lodge - Guest House - Blackpool - Building
9.7 Excellent (109 reviews)

Best Blackpool hotels near Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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Big Blue Hotel - Blackpool - Building
9.0 Excellent (3,543 reviews)
Premier Inn Blackpool Beach - Blackpool - Building
8.8 Excellent (497 reviews)
The Royal Carlton Hotel - Blackpool - Building
8.6 Excellent (1,013 reviews)
Queens Hotel - Blackpool - Building
7.8 Good (843 reviews)