A Guide to Blackpool

Along the shores of the Irish Sea is the coastal town of Blackpool, popularly labeled as one of the destinations of Bachelor of exciting weekend. The British seaside resort made this even stronger profile with all its festivals and celebrations that will undoubtedly attract tourists from around the world. If the famous Blackpool dance festival or exhibition world famous wax museum, the city is awash loved by couples, holiday seekers, tourists and holiday seekers throughout the year.

What to expect in Blackpool

With a wide selection of accommodation options for all travelers, Blackpool tourist assistance is overwhelming. Star hotels, lodges, bed and breakfast, cottages and guest houses await every traveler. Choosing the best that suit your budget and needs is only part of the whole Blackpool experience.

If you are a real party animal, then be prepared for plenty of bars, discos, pubs and bars all lined up for you. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, then the city can be the perfect place to make your day of sports fever. Here in Blackpool, you can establish the nature and test your skills in target shooting and archery. Or you can get in some events, such as power cycling karting and four. Blackpool has a lot of events and activities that no doubt everyone. Of course, before preparing for the adventure of Blackpool in the first place, make sure that you already have your home away from home sweet self '. Choose from a wide range of hotels in Blackpool this city has to offer. Below is a list of hotels in Blackpool that would undoubtedly make your stay even more sweeter

Best Western Carlton is located near the popular seafront and not far from Pleasure Beach and Blackpool Tower. Since public transport stops are just a few rides, guests have easy access to the area. The Best Western Carlton Hotel Blackpool offers a multilingual staff and conference rooms, currency exchange, and two large restaurants and bars, including a traditional British restaurant and an Indian restaurant very well. Rates start at £ 36.

Gran Hotel Metropole is the only hotel in Blackpool, located between the sea and the promenade. Havens shopping, restaurants and local attractions such as Blackpool Pleasure Beach Zoo and are a short tram ride away. In addition, Manchester Airport is only 50 miles away. All rooms at the Grand Metropole Hotel Blackpool is artistically decorated in pale colors and contrasting fabrics. Each is equipped with a TV and air conditioning as well as an individual coffee. The hotel is an adults-only site that offers a full service restaurant, cafeteria, bar and nightclub with live entertainment nightly. In addition, the exterior of Grand Metropole is reminiscent of a 19th century Victorian house, belying the modern conveniences that are within its walls. Rates start at £ 26.

Hilton Hotel Blackpool is about four miles from the Pleasure Beach. We also noticed that the Hilton is less than a mile away from a number of attractions including the Grand Theatre, the Grundy Art Gallery and the Blackpool Tower. In addition, a series of offshore trading, shopping and dining areas of interest are within walking distance or a short tram ride in any direction. The 274 air-conditioned rooms are equipped with Internet access, coffeemakers, telephones, Sony PlayStation, hairdryer and TV. Since it is right on the ocean, the Hilton Blackpool hotel guests are blessed with some of the most beautiful places ever a city can offer. Guests can take a dip in the sea or in the heated indoor pool. A full service spa with manicures and massages are also offered. Rates start at £ 38.

Savoy Hotel Blackpool offers easy access to all outlying areas. Many attractions are within walking distance or a short tram ride away, so the shops and restaurants, the shore, and clubs at a reasonable walking distance or a short drive. The 131 rooms are whimsically designed and includes color television, trouser press, telephone and hairdryer. Rates start at £ 27.

Blackpool's main attractions

Central Pier - The pier is located close to an amusement park and shopping centers.
North Pier - Damaged once a sand storm on Christmas 1997, the northernmost of the three piers in Blackpool, including a small trolley, a shopping arcade and a theater at the end.
South Pier - The south pier is almost directly opposite the Pleasure Beach. It also has a large theme park.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach - Theme park includes the highest mountain in Europe roll.
Blackpool Zoo - zoo of the city offers a home to over 1500 animals from around the world.
Blackpool Dance Festival - This festival offers a popular annual competition ballroom that has international significance
Blackpool Tower - A copy of 518 meters high Eiffel Tower was built in May 1894. For its centenary, the entire structure was painted gold.
The Blackpool Pleasure Beach amusement park - is located near the South Pier.
Tower of the World - This includes the famous Blackpool Tower, Tower Circus and Tower Ballroom. What makes it one of the most popular tourist spots is the huge complex of leisure facilities, entertainment venues and restaurants.
Winter Gardens - Located in the heart of the city, the Winter Gardens is a large entertainment and conference venue.

Knowing a place like this, no time to be missed. Go and have a blast with friends, family or loved one's destiny in this high-voltage game called Blackpool.