Promenade hotel situated in Blackpool’s quieter north shore
Amidst a backdrop of the famous illuminations, a family-friendly beach, and the promenade, the Cliffs Hotel Blackpool aims to provide guests with the best in family entertainment as well as a comfortable stay.
With many of its rooms facing out over the Irish Sea, a visit to this 2-star property can prove more enjoyable than you might expect. It may have delightfully traditional Blackpool views, but the north shore location of this hotel means that it’s slightly quieter than others on the ‘strip’.
En-suite bathrooms accommodate each of the 160 available guestrooms. Amenities such as television, telephone, and beverages can be found in each room and a number of other services can be requested from the hotel’s front desk.
Guests can make use of the establishment’s gymnasium, which features apparatuses geared at improving muscle structure and cardiovascular output. The equipment varies in difficulty which makes it effective for both hardened gym-rats and infrequent visitors.
When finished in the gym, visitors can make use of a heated indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, sauna, and an assortment of spa treatments. What better way to relax after a long day on the beach than with a nice therapeutic massage? All services are available at no extra cost to those staying at the Cliffs Hotel Blackpool.
It’s not all about keeping fit though. There’s plenty of other entertainment on offer. For children and teenagers, ‘The Base’ offers a wide range of games (sports, arcade, games console) and activities (karaoke, music TV, adventure apparatus) to be enjoyed. Younger visitors can also enjoy a soft-play area.
The Lancaster Suite features regular performances from singers, comedians, and cabaret acts. After an evening spent soaking in this traditional British holiday entertainment, guests can dance the night away until the early hours of morning.
With such an assortment of activities to be enjoyed, it’s good to know that the hotel features a restaurant, café and bar. A full English breakfast is served in the morning followed by a mixture of dishes throughout the day. Guests should be happy in the knowledge that all that hard work in the gym can be erased thanks to the pudding menu.
The café and bar areas make a good place to visit to sit back and relax, or for that matter, to prepare for a night out in the holiday town. Snacks and small meals can be purchased alongside a number of beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
Whilst the hotel is found in a slightly quieter part of the Lancashire town, it’s still conveniently placed enough to make access to all of the main tourist attractions. Guests at the Cliffs Hotel Blackpool will have no problem visiting the Pier, the Blackpool Tower, the Grand Theatre, or the Pleasure Beach.
The promenade and beach are both seeped with tradition making a visit to each feel not only enjoyable but lending a sense of old world to proceedings. It’s true that Blackpool’s heyday was in the first half of the twentieth century, but even today there’s enough attractions to entice some 10 million visitors each year.