Pubs / Bars in Blackpool Reviews
Newest Review: ... It was situated not far from the centre of the town, about a 10minute walk! So...after getting dressed and after a few drinks in the hotel bar off we headed for the town centre! We couldnt beleive how cheap the pubs were! We were lucky enough to bump into someone selling wristbands, which guaranteed free entry into most clubs/pubs, and free shots or a bottle of wine with first orders at the bar! the wristband only cost £5...and was well worth it!!! After a few hours of going in and out of different pubs, we headed for a nightclub, we heard that The Syndicate was the best, so after a quick walk up the street there it was! Coming from a li... more
Customer Pubs / Bars in Blackpool Reviews (9)
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 812 readings)
Well, where do I start? Blackpool...what an amazing night out!...whether you like dancing away until the early hours, or even just a quiet drink...you'll be happily pleased. I first experienced Blackpool in February 2009, where we spent the weekend celebrating a friends 21st! As it was out of season, our hotel was only £15 per person/per night...so we thought it was going to be the pits! But...we were all very pleasantly surprised!! The hotel was clean, friendly and most importantly had a little bar! This hotel was called The Coach House. The owners were very friendly and helpful with information about Blackpool. It was situated not far from the centre of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/08 (Very useful, 537 readings)
After a recent hen night in Blackpool (well hen weekend actually) I can honestly say I was well impressed with the pubs and clubs in the area. You really can find any type of night entertainment you want in Blackpool from quite pubs to sit and chat and arrange the night ahead to rowdy packed out clubs full of revellers having the times of their lives. If you are on a Stag night lads there are plenty titty bars and don't worry girls we are well catered for with a good few pubs offering very fit half dressed blokes (some less than half dressed)! Whilst the night out was great the prices were somewhat extortionate with most clubs charging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/08 (Very useful, 2951 readings)
The Tower Lounge is situated next to Blackpool Tower and is owned by the same company. It's a place I'd never considered going in as I usually have my girls with me and it's a strictly adults only bar that only opens from midday untill late on Friday, Saturday and Sundays, catering for the weekend revellers and the stag/hen parties who descend on Blackpool every weekend. On the Wedneday of my week there I'd gone to the cash machine behind the Tower to get some money ( free withdrawls there, a lot of the cashpoints in Blackpool charge £1.75) and I heard music coming from the Tower lounge and noticed at the entrance a large blow up cartoon figure and a man ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/01, updated on 19/08/01 (Very useful, 901 readings)
Blackpool's Tower Lounge must rate as one of the filthiest places I have ever visited. It would be a disgrace to Blackpool (and the UK for that matter)if this establishment were located anywhere within the town, but when you consider the prime location, then Leisure Parcs (for I believe they are the current owners) should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves. On a warm day you can clearly smell the stench from the beer-sodden carpets from two streets away. I don't know when the demise of this once magnificent place of entertainment started - I would guess it was when Karaoke was first considered cool (in some areas of Blackpool, it is clearly still ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/01, updated on 17/06/01 (Useful, 1314 readings)
Tower lounge where do I begin, dump,dump and even bigger dump! This place is the dirtiest,smelliest,flea ridden place(I should know I have had the bite marks!)in the whole of Blackpool. If you want to get drunk and have a fight this is definately the place for you. It seems that all the people who go in must be insane. There is absolutly no room to move let alone dance,the bosses must be in line for an award from record breakers for the most bodies you can fit in there.Here the beer prices are astronomical,people are rude and loud. I just feel sorry for the staff working extremly long hours and having to put up with punters slobering all over the bar and being very rude . Read the complete review
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