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Let the good times roll with hotels in Blackpool. With its iconic Pleasure Beach and famous light shows, this British seaside town offers all the fun of the fair.

Blackpool has been a family holiday favourite since the 19th Century, and in recent years has become more popular with the stag and hen crowds. Like a little slice of Vegas on the Irish Sea, Blackpool offers everything you need for a good time: from rollercoasters and casinos to escape games and live shows. The town even has its own Madame Tussauds, ideal for celeb-spotters.

Whether you’re planning a break with the kids, or a weekend with your mates, we’ll help you find the best deals on hotels for every style and budget.

Luxury hotels in Blackpool

Fancy a posh break? Luxury hotels in Blackpool are ideal if you're aiming for a highbrow weekender, and we've made it easy to find the best prices on luxury hotel deals.

Blackpool is best-known for its mid-range and budget hotels, but there are a handful of four- and five-star hotels to choose from. These can be found spread along the shoreline, from South Beach all the way up to Cleveleys. These hotels offer an opulent and relaxing break, with extra amenities and exceptional service.

Simply search for hotels in Blackpool and then use our star filters to find the type of high-end hotel you're looking for.

Boutique hotels in Blackpool

Boutique hotels are stylish, small hotels with high-end amenities. They offer a more personalised service than big chain hotels, and are usually found in trendier parts of town.

Myguesthouse Blackpool – Located in South Shore, this Blackpool boutique hotel has colourful antique-inspired decor. A complimentary full English breakfast is served every day.

The Big Blue Blackpool Pleasure Beach – This larger-than-usual boutique hotel has 157 guest rooms, some of which have Juliet balconies. It's also got a late-night bar and restaurant.

Five star hotels in Blackpool

Five star hotels are the best of the best (according to the British hotel rating system, anyway). To achieve five stars, the hotel needs to offer an exceptional level of service and extra amenities such as fitness and spa facilities, 24-hour reception, and afternoon tea.

Number One South Beach – This hotel overlooking South Beach offers plenty of luxurious twists including kingsize beds with Egyptian cotton bedsheets, and jacuzzis in the bathroom.

The Redstone Guest House – an intimate B&B with just 8 rooms. Avid telly-watchers will recognise this place as a winner from the Channel 4 show 'Four in a Bed'.

Modern hotels in Blackpool

While many hotels in Blackpool are decorated in a nostalgic style, these modern hotels feature clean and contemporary decor. They also have up-to-date amenities, such as flat-screen televisions and Wi-Fi.

Hilton Blackpool – Situated near Blackpool tower, this modern hotel has lots of contemporary amenities such as fast Wi-Fi. Upgrade to a suite for guaranteed sea views.

The Waterford – This contemporary Blackpool hotel is adults-only, and is a mile from Blackpool Tower. Wi-Fi and cooked breakfasts are included in the room price, and there's a residents lounge where you can mingle with other guests.

Spa hotels in Blackpool

Blackpool spa hotels can be found along the promenade, and most are just north of Blackpool Tower. This part of town is a bit quieter, although the main strip is just 15 minutes walk away if you want to party.

Norbreck Castle Hotel and Spa – Part of the Brittania chain, this luxurious hotel sits in the quieter part of Blackpool to the north. Live entertainment is available on-site, so you don’t need to venture far to have a great evening.

Claremont Hotel – The Claremont is a family-friendly hotel with a full service spa, a swimming pool and a jacuzzi.

Hotels with pools in Blackpool

A dip in the hotel pool is a better prospect than a plunge in the Irish Sea. If you love to swim, these hotels with swimming pools should suit.

Imperial Hotel Blackpool – This glamorous hotel is on the north promenade. The restaurant and bar are lit with chandeliers, and afternoon tea is available (perfect after a vigorous swim in the pool).

Cliffs Hotel – An early 20th Century building on the Queen's Promenade, this spa hotel has a nightly cabaret and a kid's club in addition to its pool and spa.

Family hotels in Blackpool

Blackpool is a family friendly destination, and many hotels have kids clubs and live entertainment to keep little ones (and their parents) happy. Use our facilities filters (e.g. 'baby-sitting', 'cots available' and 'children's facilities') to find the best family hotels in Blackpool. Some popular ones are:

Bedford Hotel – This family-run hotel has entertainment throughout the summer season, and has been awarded Quality Plus status by the local tourism board.

Boltonia – This hotel is in the heart of Blackpool, and has a family room that can easily sleep two adults and two children. Hen and stag parties aren't welcome, meaning a more relaxed family-friendly atmosphere.

Cheap hotels in Blackpool

Hotel prices can vary throughout the year, and due to availability. It's always a good idea to book your room as early as possible to get the best deal. Summer in Blackpool is generally the most expensive time to visit, so cheap hotels in August can be hard to come by.

With our search function, you'll always find the best deal as we make it easy to compare prices across travel agency and booking sites.

Use our 'total price' search filter to find hotels in your budget, and then sort by price from low to high to see the cheapest deals for your dates.

Our users have been particularly impressed by the following wallet-friendly hotels:

Singleton House Hotel – This modern family-run hotel is half an hour walk from Pleasure Beach, with nearby attractions including the Blackpool Tower and Madame Tussauds.

Best Western Carlton Hotel – This three-star chain hotel is bang-smack in the centre of Blackpool. It's modern and stylish, and well-connected by public transport (there's a tram stop and train station nearby).

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Member reviews (43)
Cally Staffiere
Cally StaffiereWolverhampton

I seriously love Blackpool, there's always something to do and I love spending time on the beach :)

Callum Soukup-Croy
Callum Soukup-CroyGlasgow

Blackpool gets a bad press in the UK as being a bit tacky but it's a fun place and there is plenty to keep kids entertained from the tower to the pleasure beach theme park. Entry prices can add u quickly so invest in a combi ticket.

Thomas Beard
Thomas BeardAbergavenny

I really enjoyed my short stay here! Sure it may not be in its hay day anymore, but there is still plenty to do at this very cheesy seaside resort. Looking forward to spending more time here in the future, but I'm not looking forward to the windy. It was very windy, but understandably of course being a coastal town.

Kat Luper
Kat LuperSan Francisco

I was there when the town was dead. Barely a car on the road. Has so much potential to be great, but just misses it.


The least expensive month is November, with an average of £50 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Blackpool is April, with an average price of £87 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was £51 per night. This is 10% less than the average nightly price of £57 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Blackpool, the expected average temperature in June is 13.4°C/56.1°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 18.7°C/65.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 2.8°C/37.0°F.
The nearest airport to Blackpool is Blackpool (BLK) (3.50 miles). Other nearby airports include: Liverpool (34.25 miles) Chester (44.56 miles) Manchester (45.45 miles)

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