Blackpool: Standard Double Room for Two with Breakfast and Late Check-Out at Imperial Hotel Blackpool
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Blackpool: Standard Double Room for Two with Breakfast and Late Check-Out at Imperial Hotel Blackpool @ Imperial Hotel Blackpool

The HotelResting on Blackpool’s famous seafront, The Imperial Hotel Blackpool is a 19th-century hotel enticing guests with Victorian features, elegant interiors, and four-star amenities. With the city’s promenade just around the corner, the hotel is conveniently placed for exploring the area’s main attractions such as the Blackpool Tower with its sparkling evening lights, or the Madame Tussauds museum with its extensive collection of celebrity wax figures.Guests are welcomed to rooms boasting traditional decor, en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and hot drink-making facilities. Some upgraded rooms additionally feature king-size beds and sea views.Visitors can savour a variety of dishes from the restaurant’s tempting seasonal menu, along with cocktails, wines and real ale served at the bar. Please note: the leisure facilities and pool unfortunately are closed until at least Jan 22 due to structural works.Room DetailsStandard Double Room Standard occupancy: Two people Maximum occupancy: Two peopleGroupon’s Guide To BlackpoolOne of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK, Blackpool allures tourists with an array of sandy beaches and entertainment options. Resting along the North West coast of England, the seaside town attracts millions of visitors each year.Tourists may take a leisurely walk on the promenade where the Blackpool Illuminations festival may be enjoyed during summer, or head to the Winter Gardens to explore the local heritage and revel in a wide range of shows. The Blackpool Tower stands tall at 158 metres and is inspired by Paris’ Eiffel Tower, while the Golden Mile promenade stretches from Blackpool’s North to South Pier. Set amid 32 acres of mature parkland and lakes, the Blackpool Zoo beckons with over 1000 exotic animals including giraffes, flamingos and lemurs.

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