Blackpool is a small place on the west coast of England. Despite
it’s size it has the biggest seaside hotel in Europe. Blackpool offers
almost everything you wish for on your holiday. The Tower and the Golden Mile are the most famous attractions in Blackpool but there’s so much more to explore.
Blackpool is situated in the center of the UK. It’s accessible by road, rail and air.
There are over 3,000 accommodation establishments within a three mile radius of the town centre.
Blackpool has a wealth of restaurants to delight all palates and there’s a dedicated conference accommodation booking service. Blackpool’s tramway is world famous.
Best Western Carlton Hotel
282-286 North Promenade
Blackpool, FY1 2EZ GB
The Best Western Carlton Hotel is situated in the quieter Northern end of the promenade. You can see 12 miles of sandy beaches from there. The hotel is only a few minutes away from the Golden Mile and Conference Center. The staff is very friendly and they ensure that you will feel just like home, and they provide great hospitality. The rating of the Carlton Hotel is 3 Stars. The prices are from a low of $80 to a high of $147. The adress is 82-286 North Promenade.
Blackpool, FY1 2JQ GB
The Hilton Hotel is another popular hotel in Blackpool. The building is modern and well-equiped. In the bedrooms you have a great view over the sea. There are several restaurants and there’s a free parking for 316 cars. This hotel has a rating of 4 Stars.
Kwizeen Good Food Kitchen Capri Grill
49 King St 5 Ceder Square 23 Squire Gates Ln
Tel: 01253 290045 Tel: 01253 752377 Tel: 01253 344818
Seating: 40 Seating: 80 Seating: 52
Bispham Kitchen Beach Café Peppermill
14 Red Bank Road 40 Abingdon Street 15 Birley Street
Tel: 01253 592514 Tel: 01253 628608 Tel: 01253 622253
Seating: 150 Seating:120 Seating: 140
New Seafood Restaurant Roberts Oyster Bar
25 Bond Street 92 Promenade
Tel: 01253 342251 Tel: 01253 621226
Seating: 80 Seating: 50
The Golden Mile is the largest beachside in Blackpool, you can buy all a tourist needs there, silly hats, candy floss and junkfood. One of the latest additions is the 6 million pound Sea Life Centre with his top attraction, the ‘Shark Tunnel’.
Don’t forget to visit the leisure centers, Blackpool isn’t called ‘the slot machine capital of Europe’ for nothing!
The Tower of Blackpool looks a bit like the tower of Eiffel in Paris, but is much more exciting. Inside it you’ll find UK’s best circus, the Tower Ballroom, entertainment for the children and much more.
– Open winter weekends 10.00am – 6.00pm (Ballroom open Saturdays until 11.00pm)
– Wednesdays Ballroom only 11.00am – 5.00pm
– Open daily from 21 December until 5 January (excluding 23rd,24th and 25th)
The Sea Life Center has one of Europe’s Largest marine collection with the ‘Tropical Shark displays’ as centerpiece. Come to see, feed and even talk to our fish!
Open daily from 10.00am (except Christmas Day)