Gresham Hotel

A Hotel in Blackpool, Lancashire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

106-114 Adelaide Street

Gresham Hotel, Blackpool

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Accommodation Description:

Right in the centre of Blackpool the Gresham Hotel is a friendly, family-run hotel that caters for everyone - except Stags & Hens! The Gresham Hotel has a wide variety of en-suite rooms and our family rooms are just that - big enough for the family! A lift serves both floors of bedrooms and all facilities including the bar, dining room and games room are situated on the ground floor. BLACKPOOL is buzzing - Britain\'s family holiday capital is bursting with thrills, excitement and entertainment.

The nation\'s most popular beach resort, which attracts more than 10 million visitors a year, is forging ahead with a growing diary of fabulous world-class events to enhance its fantastic attractions, top entertainment and sensational live shows. These are exciting times as visitors take a fresh look at Blackpool - famous for its Tower and Promenade, seven miles of award-winning beaches, the magic of the Illuminations and its warm and friendly welcome. Located adjacent to the Winter Gardens/Opera House complex means you are within easy walking distance of most of Blackpool\'s attractions including the Promenade, Hounds Hill Shopping Centre, all theatres, Funny Girls, The Syndicate, an array of restaurants, and of course the famous Blackpool Tower.

Taking a holiday shouldn\'t mean going through \"cold turkey\", so if you want a SMOKING ROOM then let us know. However, please be aware that in consideration to others, NON-SMOKING ROOMS are strictly just that! We choose not to accommodate Stag or Hen parties (or similar!) and this is difficult to control with internet bookings. If you are a single sex group of more than 6 people we will not accept the reservation without prior consent and will cancel your booking without refund, even on arrival! (And please don\'t try booking \'sub-groups\' of 6 to make up your party!)

2 star rating

From: £28.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Family/oversized room
Colour television

Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Baggage store

On-site parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
Our Dining Room situated on the ground floor where Breakfast is served 9.00-9.30 midweek and 8.30-9.30 at weekends. These times are variable during conferences etc. Dinner is only available at certain times during the year and must be booked in advance. At other times you are welcome to bring in takeaway meals which can be eaten in a convenient room (NOT the Bar!!) - utensils are provided on request.

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy

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