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Accommodation in Blackpool Blackpool has more than 2,500 hotels, B&Bs and self-catering apartments, which only goes to show just how popular a holiday destination it is. So whether you’re looking for a plush hotel, country retreat, cheap guesthouse or holiday flat, there’s accommodation to suit every taste and budget in this sunny seaside resort.

If you fancy splashing out on a somewhat luxurious place to stay then check out the Imperial Hotel [map] situated on the exclusive North Promenade. This hotel offers an ideal base for that special occasion and with its own health and leisure club, including a swimming pool, sauna, solarium and gym, it’s bound to be a holiday to remember.

Other no-expense-spared hotels worth seeking out include the Savoy Hotel [map] on Queens Promenade, an architectural gem with the elegant Gilbert's Bistro, and the De Vere Herons’ Reach Hotel [map], with excellent leisure facilities including an 18-hole golf course.

Blackpool is best known for its array of homely B&Bs and guesthouses, which cover the length of the Promenade from North to South shore.

In the North there’s Seaview B&B [map], which is close to all the amenities and has en suite facilities available. Or if you’d prefer to stay in the South near Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the Canberra Hotel [map] is close enough to the action but far enough away from the noisy pubs and clubs.

Alternatively, you could stay more centrally at the Cartmel Guest House [map], which offers good hotel accommodation with bed and breakfast facilities.

Those heading to Blackpool on a tight budget are in luck because the town is packed to bursting with cheap and cheerful hotels, most of which offer rooms for as little as £20 a night. Among the most well known are Rubens Hotel [map], a friendly and homely guesthouse just two minutes from the Promenade, and Lornick Hotel [map], which is situated between the Tower and the Pleasure Beach.

If you want a hotel where you can relax and unwind in idyllic surroundings then opt for a country retreat such as the Grand Hotel [map] in Lytham St Annes, about 20 minutes from Blackpool.

To ensure you get everything your own way you could go for self-catering accommodation as Blackpool is bursting with holiday flats to rent on a short-term basis. Among them are the Haven Luxury Apartments [map], a number of well-kept self-contained flats overlooking the sea, and the Queens Mansions Holiday Apartments [map], where you can choose from one, two or three-bedroom residences.

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