Hotels in Blackpool in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... we arrived at the hotel we were shown where to park within the hotel grounds. We ended up not moving the car for 5 days as everything is within walking/tram distance. The hotel also has a minibus (wheelchair accessable) which you can use for a small charge for activities further out of the town like the zoo. Im sure you can also arrange for pick up from the train stataion ect. The hotel its self is a little dated but very clean. All our rooms had walk in showers with poratble shower chairs. The hotel hires out equipment like hoists, bedrails, wheelchairs and even electric scooters for a very reasonable charge, Im sure we pre ... more
Customer Hotels in Blackpool in general Reviews (9)
by - written on 13/02/10, updated on 13/02/10 (Useful, 57 readings)
The bond hotel Blackpool After searching high and low for a hotel with good facilities for people with disabilities we finally found the bond hotel! the hotel is a 2 minute walk from the pleasure beach and its quiet a flat walk from the hotel, in general blackpool its self is flat, great for wheelchairs! When we arrived at the hotel we were shown where to park within the hotel grounds. We ended up not moving the car for 5 days as everything is within walking/tram distance. The hotel also has a minibus (wheelchair accessable) which you can use for a small charge for activities further out of the town like the zoo. Im sure ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/08 (Useful, 24 readings)
I have been to Blackpool on several occasions but never really stayed over until this year. I first stayed over at Blackpool at the Premier Travel Inn, which is a short walking distance to the Pleasurebeach and the seafront. There is ample car parking space and you are issued with a parking pass from reception. The reception services were top notch, all of the staff we encountered were very friendly. At £58 per night it doesn't really compete well with some of the B&B's around Blackpool, however for this visit we stuck with what we knew. The room was very clean and well equipped with extra pillows, towels, shower and bath facilities, hairdryer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/08 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I've stayed at the Norbreck Castle a 5 or 6 times over the last few years with my children. It's a fair way out of central Blackpool and a taxi from blackpool north railway station costs approximately 8 pounds, there's a tram stop opposite the hotel and its between £1.60 to £2.40 adult fare to blackpool, depending where you get off. It's a large hotel so you can have quite a walk to your room depending which wing your room is in. To be honest, I've never had a bad room yet though I've had a couple with not the best of views, but I don't go to blackpool to sit looking out of the window so no problem. It's disabled friendly with an access ramp and disabled ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/08 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Blackpool - there is accommodation here to suit all requirements, whether you are on a hen or stag night and basically want something cheap and cheerful to rest your head, whether you are of the old generation and prefer something a little more cosy, friendly however within a budget, whether you are staying on business and your company are paying your expenses or whether it is a special occasion or you just have expensive tastes, there are a couple of prestigious five star hotels that a fit for royalty... well maybe not that upper class. I have visited Blackpool every year since I was a kid, just for day trips or for weekend breaks and over the years I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/07 (Very useful, 74 readings)
The Canasta hotel in blackpool is one of my favourite places to stay in Blackpool. Situated on the North shore sea front it is in the quieter area as Blackpool can get quite rowdy and loud, but it is still only 5 minutes walk from the town centre. There is also a tram station just accross the road for those wishing to take a trip up the golden mile. The Canasta Hotel is family friendly and accepts to stag or hen nights, only couples and families. It is spotlessly clean and quite a large hotel. The prices are very reasonable but do change throughout the year with the varying seasons. I went 2 weeks ago and paid £21 ... Read the complete review
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