Consider Cheap Hotels in Blackpool and Spend More on Entertainment

Blackpool is a beautiful seaside town in the North West of England. It is known for being politically autonomous and independent of the Lancashire County Council. However, this is not the only reason you need to visit Blackpool. Lodge into one of the hotels in Blackpool and make the most of your trip.

Pleasure Beach

Pleasure Beach in BlackpoolThe Pleasure Beach is the United Kingdom’s most visited place with over 7.5 million people every season. Situated along South Shore, Pleasure Beach is an amusement park and has about 40 rides for you to enjoy. Scream your lungs out on the Pepsi Max rollercoaster which is the tallest in Europe at 235 feet. It is also the fastest in Europe and can achieve a speed of 85 mph! Select any of the several Blackpool hotels in the area and have your share of fun with loved ones here.

Winter Gardens

This is a large complex having twelve venues that include the famous Pavilion and Opera House theatres, the Olympia exhibition hall, the Empress Ballroom and the Arena function hall. On the first floor are some stunning halls- the Spanish Hall in Andalucian style and representing Spanish villages, the Baronial Hall designed as a medieval castle and the Renaissance Hall which is a cocktail bar and restaurant. Find a guest house Blackpool to stay in and dine here for some high class entertainment!

Blackpool Zoo

The zoo is spread over 32 acres and has a variety of animals numbering to over a thousand. There is a special enclosure for domesticated animals that children will love. The Dinosaur Safari exhibit with life size statues of the extinct animals will fill kids with awe. Walk through the Amazonia enclosure and enjoy the feel of South America here!

One can enjoy numerous events all through the year in Blackpool. Sports lovers can enjoy major events in the games of Football, Rugby, wrestling and Cricket. You will find a lot of cheap hotels in Blackpool to relax in and enjoy the best that this town has to offer.

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