Imperial Hotel (Blackpool) Reviews
Description:North Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire. FY1 2HB. Tel : 01253 623 971 FAX : 01253 751 784 Contact : imperialb ... more
Newest Review: ... stayed at in this brochure has been fantastic. I telephoned the hotel to book in and i was quoted £95 for a superior room including breakfast for 2 people. Excellent price for a luxurious hotel. Upon arriving at the hotel, i was very impressed by the grand exterior. It truly is one of the best looking hotels - from the outside. When we went inside into the reception/lobby area it was still ... more
Customer Imperial Hotel (Blackpool) Reviews (1)
by pidge126 - written on 22/03/09
I stay in Blackpool at least once a year for a weekend break and generally stay at a bed and breakfast, however this year we decided to stay somewhere a bit more upmarket as i seem to be getting accustomed to the luxury lifestyle! We decided to stay at The Imperial on the North Shore of Blackpool as i had seen it many times in passing, i have also seen it in the Luxury Hotel brochure so i thought this would be a luxury hotel. The other hotels that i have stayed at in this brochure has been fantastic. I telephoned the hotel to book in and i was quoted £95 for a superior room including breakfast for 2 people. Excellent price for a luxurious hotel. Upon ... Read the complete review
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