Ashley Victoria Hotel

A Hotel in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

17-19 Alexandra Road

Ashley Victoria Hotel, Blackpool

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This stylish and comfortable hotel is situated between Blackpool Pleasure Beach and the town centre, only seconds from the famous promanade. All of Blackpool's main attractions are within easy reach of the Ashley Victoria.

The Ashley Victoria is a friendly family run hotel in an excellent central location in Blackpool. The Ashley is an ideal base for enjoying Blackpool?s attractions including Blackpool Tower, Pleasure Beach, Promenade & Winter Gardens. It is situated between the famous Pleasure Beach and Blackpool town centre, just 2 minutes walk from the seafront, cafes, restaurants and entertainments.

The hotel has a fully licensed bar with dance floor and karaoke. Guests can relax in the dining room and enjoy a traditional home cooked breakfast, with the option of an evening meal upon request. All of our spacious rooms are En-Suite with a stylish decor that provides maximum functionality and relaxation.

They are a true haven to relax and indulge yourself. Why not try out our Luxury Suite which boasts a hand made four poster bed, Jacuzzi bath, heated towel racks and views of the stunning Irish Sea which will truly maximise your experience in Blackpool. Our family suites have interconnecting doors which can offer you and your children privacy and time to relax by yourself.

We now also have a Theatre and Dance academy operating in the Hotel, all guests are welcome to join in the classes especially ideal for children.

3 star rating

From: £100.00

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