With so much to offer in the area, Blackpool hotels are in high demand. This can make getting a hotel or a bed and breakfast by the sea very difficult, especially during the summer months. The best way to avoid disappointment is to book up well in advance. As long as you book up in advance it should be possible to have your pick of where you want to stay.
Where you choose to stay for your holiday will depend on why you are visiting Blackpool. If you are visiting as a family then you will want a very different experience to if you are organising a stag or hen party in the town. This guide will look at some of the most popular areas in Blackpool to show which is best for which type of holidaymaker.
Blackpool South Shore
Blackpool south shore is ideal for families with young or teenage children. This is where all of the main child friendly attractions are, including Blackpool Pleasure Beach, sealife centre, water park, and Madame Tussauds. South shore has quite a few small shops and plenty of places for families to eat. New South Promenade is in south shore and this is quite a nice place to stay to enjoy all the popular tourist attractions.
Blackpool North Shore
North shore is perfect for adults who want a more relaxing and quieter break. The beach here is much quieter and there are fewer kids running around. The tram can be used to get to south shore or central Blackpool. The coastline here is more natural and it’s the ideal location to walk along coastal paths, or to enjoy the surrounding area.
If you choose Blackpool hotels in central Blackpool then you will have all the nightlife right on your doorstep. This is also where the Blackpool tower is located. Central Blackpool is like most other town centres in the UK and is home to lots of big and well known shops.
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