The Big Blue Hotel – Blackpool Pleasure Beach
In vibrant Blackpool, this 4-star hotel has free Wi-Fi, a gym and paid parking.
The Big Blue Hotel has its ownto open at selected times.
Each room at The Big Blue Hotel features a flat-screen TV with Freeview, a, and a . There is 24-hour room service.
The Blues Bar & Brasserie serves fine local cuisine, with an à la carte menu and a great-value children’s menu.
Guests can also enjoy amenu, including a full English breakfast, fruit, cereals, and baked goods.
Blackpool Tower is 2 miles from the property. Also nearby is South Pier, which offers seafront attractions and thrill rides.
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Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has been run by the same family since it opened in 1896.
A delight for all ages, the park has broken all kinds of UK, European and world records and has more roller coasters (10) than any other theme park in the country.
It is also home to the tallest rollercoaster in the UK, the Big One, where you can drop from a stomach-churning 65 meters above sea level.
There are 4 traditional wooden rollercoasters including the Big Dipper and the grand national which dates to 1923.
For the children, there’s Nickelodeon Land with cartoon-themed rides and attractions.
Madame Tussauds in Blackpool is home to a wide range of celebrity waxworks.
Meet Queen Elizabeth II, take selfies with the Olympic gold medal winner star Mo Farah and try to impress the famously talent show judge Simon Cowell.
There are stars from music, British TV, international film, and sport, all posed in interactive displays allowing for amazing photo opps.
One of our favourite areas is a reproduction of the Rovers Return pub from the tv soap Coronation Street.
Where you can pose with Ken and Deidre Barlow, Jack and Vera Duckworth and Bet Lynch the famous landlady of the pub.
After undergoing a major clean-up programme, Blackpool Beach carried Blue Flag status from 2015 – 2018. While a 1.89% drop in water quality meant that the status could not be renewed in 2019.
The beach is exceptionally clean and boasts all the great features you would expect from the British seaside.
Deckchairs, ice-cream, and donkey rides are in abundance when the weather is good and there is nothing better than eating a piping-hot bag of chips in the fresh sea air!
The Sandcastle waterpark
Blackpool does not do things by half and the Sandcastle is the UK’s largest indoor waterpark.
For thrill-seekers there’s Master Blaster – the world’s longest indoor rollercoaster waterslide, Aztec Falls, Sidewinder and more.
Younger guests and families can take it easy in the Typhoon Lagoon wave pool, Treetops water chutes and Caribbean Storm Treehouse to name a few.
For those in your party that are not too fond of getting wet, Waterfalls Café has a great selection of coffees and cakes!