Close Attractions

Blackpool Tower

Ben, reception, marketing and design recommends the Blackpool Tower, he enjoys the thrills of the Dungeon and the fun of the Tower Circus.

Blackpool Tower is a true British institution and an iconic feature on Blackpool's famous seafront. It continues to bring as much joy to visitors as it did when it was first built in 1894. It has it all, the Tower Balloon, Tower Dungeon, Tower Eye, Circus and the Fith Floor Entertainment Centre. The Tower has undergone much modernisation in recent years and no holiday to Blackpool is complete without a visit to the Tower.

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The Winter Gardens

Barbara, head of marketing recommends the Winter Gardens, she says as well as amazing shows, it's great to just call in for a coffee and it really comes to life when Northern Soul events are hosted there.

The Winter Gardens bulit in 1878 as an entertainment centre hosts the Opera House, one of the biggest theatres in the UK and home to West End productions and concerts, the Empress Ballroom, venue of the World Dance Championships, Exhibtition Halls, Bars, Cafe and public spaces, the splendour of this complex oozes sophistication and character. Check their website for upcoming performances.

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Madame Tussauds

Tim our Oprerations Manager recommends Madame Tussards, he loves the atmosphere, the characters and most of all as an avid Coronation Street fan having a pint in the Rovers Return!

Madame Tussauds Blackpool is the place to step onto the red carpet and the world of fame, mingle with your favourite TV stars, then move into the Sporting Heros Academy room and meet your favourite sports stars. Explorethe land of Marvel Super Heroes to name a few of the interactive exhibits. Madame Tussards offers an experience like no other.

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The Grand Theatre

Neil our Hotel manager recommends the Grand Theatre, he loves this theatre and thinks the quality of prodctions here are first class and the architechure amazing.

The Grand Theatre is an 1100-seat theatre designed by Frank Matcham in 1894. This amazing space is a wonder of restoration and revival, presenting a full range of performances including musicals, concerts, plays and stand up comedy with some of the very best names in show business. Check their website for upcoming performances.

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Sandcastle Waterpark

Dan, Reception and Restaurant recommends the Sand Castle Waterpark, he's a keen swimmer and loves the many fun water rides.

Sandcastle Waterpark is one of Blackpool's leading indoor tourist attractions. The Waterpark features over 18 slides and attractions, for thrill seekers there is the Master Blaster, the worlds longest indoor waterslide, Aztec Falls and Sidewinder.  Plus many more water shutes, fun pools, lazy river and Typhoon Lagoon wave pool. There is also burger bars, snack bars, arcades, swim shop and much much more.

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Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Anna, our Restaurant Manager recommends the Pleasure Beach, she's a bit of an adreneline seeker and enjoys the adventurous rides especially Icon.

Enjoy a fun day out at the Pleasure Beach Theme Park, the UK's favourite There's something for everyone with over 125 thrilling rides, shows and attractions. Home to the legendary Big One rollercoaster, Valhalla, the worlds most spectacular dark ride and the Icon the latest thrill seeker. The UK's only Nicklelodeon Land is here at the Pleasure Beach with a host of characters from the kids entertainment channel to entertaintain younger guests. You'll be sure to have the time of your life.

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Blackpool Zoo

Laura, our General Manger recommends Blackpool Zoo, she loves the seal show and the antics of the monkeys, she also feels we are so lucky to have such a wonderful zoo not to far away from the hotel.

The Zoo is home to well over a 1000 animals,  elephants, big cats,  monkeys,  giraffes,  sealions and penguins to name a few. Set in 37 acres of beautiful traditional parkland Blackpool Zoo is a hidden gem for a family fun day out. Close encounters with animals, friendly staff, lakeview cafe and the well stocked gift shop it's well worth a visit.

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Peter Rabbit Explore and Play

The beloved characters from the much loved film and book have made a new home on the Blackpool's Golden Mile. Hop into the over-sized world of Peter and his friends to embark on an adventure across five fluffy-tailed themed zones. You will need to think like a rabbit, move like a rabbit to complete the set of challenges and earn badges. You will also be able to meet and greet Peter himself making it a bumper bunny day out.

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Hole In The Wand

Try Blackpool's most magical new attraction, The Hole In The Wand Wizard Golf on the promenade next to the Tower and take on 9 magical golf holes. Get ready for a wizard adventure, along the way there will be a forest full of venomous snakes, an ancient castle with a magical fountain, a trip to atrain station and a chance to visit the magic of Yorks mysterios Shambles.

At the end of your adventure you will find out if you have the magical powers of a Serpent, Basilisk, Unicorn or Wizard. Ever players receives a gift worth £2.99. Enjoy snacks at the Wizard Tavern and a chance to meet Grobblenook.
Minimum age 6 and maximum group size is 6 people.

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G Casino

Head Housekeeper Mel recommends the Grovener Casino, she loves the seafront loaction and friendly atmosphere, restaurant, late bar, live sports, entertainment and enjoys a good night out there.

Situated on Blackpools Promenade G Casino really is Blackpool's hottest venue and one of it's best kept secrets for an adult only night out. Enjoy regular live entertainment with fantastic acts, sample a perfect dining experience in our brand new mezzanine level restaurant, or simply chill out in our late bar with friends. A gaming floor measuring 14,000 square feet packed with slots and table games for you to enjoy an array of gaming options to suit your experience level or budget.

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