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Room amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Automatic air control
  • Flat screen TV
  • Manual temperature control
  • WIFI in your room
  • Work desk in all rooms

Bathroom amenities

  • Accessible bathroom
  • Full-length mirror
  • Shower


  • Audible smoke alarms in rooms
  • Deadbolts and/or locks in rooms
  • Emergency info in rooms
  • Keycard-operated door locks
  • Security peephole
  • Smoke alarm in room


Around the Hotel

Business stays

  • Company

    BLACKPOOL COUNCIL&npsb;(0.16km / 0.1mi)
    BLACKPOOL TRANSPORT&npsb;(1.93km / 1.2mi)
    BURTONS FOODS&npsb;(4.83km / 3mi)
    CORAL ISLAND&npsb;(1.61km / 1mi)
    CROWN LEISURE&npsb;(0.97km / 0.6mi)
    GLASDON UK&npsb;(7.72km / 4.8mi)
    J SAINSBURY&npsb;(0.64km / 0.4mi)
    NS&I&npsb;(5.63km / 3.5mi)
    VICTORIA HOSPITAL&npsb;(3.38km / 2.1mi)

Parks & Leisure

  • Tourist attraction

    BLACKPOOL TOWER&npsb;(0.4km / 0.25mi)
    CENTRAL PIER&npsb;(0.95km / 0.59mi)
    LOUIS TUSSAUDS&npsb;(0.85km / 0.53mi)
    NORTH PIER&npsb;(0.1km / 0.06mi)
    PLEASURE BEACH&npsb;(2.9km / 1.8mi)
    SEALIFE CENTRE&npsb;(0.75km / 0.47mi)
    SOUTH PIER&npsb;(2.8km / 1.74mi)


  • Stadium

    BLACKPOOL FC&npsb;(2.1km / 1.3mi)

Surrounding area

  • Beach area

    BLACKPOOL BEACH&npsb;(0.1km / 0.06mi)

Tourist info

  • Tourist information

    BLACKPOOL&npsb;(1km / 0.62mi)


All hotel services

Offered Services
Paying Services


  • Ramp access
  • Reduced mobility facilities
  • Wheelchair access

Business Services

  • WIFI at the hotel
  • WIFI in the communal areas
  • WIFI in your room


  • Public outdoor parking


Customer Reviews

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The staff are very polite and friendly. The rooms are clean and comfortable. My sister and I are Slimming World members and the staff did their best to help us stay on our program by supplying what we needed and their encouragement. The hotel is situated close to beach and entertainment. Thanks to all.



The hotel is above what appears to be a derelict ground floor, very seedy, with a terrible smell as you walk in. Upstairs, things are cheerier with Travelodge furnishings and rooms a little updated. The best rooms have a sea view, the others are very dark. The saving grace to the hotel are the very helpful staff who do their best. If you get a deal at this hotel, it would be worth it for the location near the city centre, a good basic breakfast and free wi-fi.



1 night very good. Only quibble is that the shower head is fixed overhead, no handheld shower head to guide around the body. Maybe other rooms are different. That said, I would stay there again because of its convenient location for Blackpool Tower and Winter Gardens (less than 5 mins wlak). I enjoyed the continental breakfast early, went out for a walk then had more breakfast (closes 11.30am) and took a few pastries and fruit for train back to London.



A warm welcome at reception, bright up to date room. The outside of the building doesn’t do the inside justice. Secure parking in a multi storey car park less than 5 minutes walk away. The hotel has a good deal with Talbot Road car park, I paid £10 for 48 hours. Hotel located across the road from the north pier and a couple of minutes walk to the tower. Local amenities are a short walk away. I would definitely use this hotel again.

Raymond E


Hotel was a bit dowdy at the entrance and a bit of a bad smell, but once i got to reception on the first floor it was like a different hotel. Everywhere was spotless and smelt fine. Staff were very friendly and always made time for a chat. Room was small but comfortable and clean, tea and coffee in the room. Great location, North Pier, Tower and town centre bars and clubs. Will stay again. Ray



Some of the most friendliest staff I’ve ever met , an old hotel though with small rooms and no cooked breakfast . In a good spot on the promenade and talbot car park is with in walking distance (£10 for 48 hours)



The entrance to the hotel is a bit run down and dowdy. However once inside the actual hotel on the first floor everything is very smart and welcoming. Pleasant, helpful staff. We had a room at the front of the hotel with sea views. Really comfy bed. Only complaint is that the toilet seat is very low and as I have difficulty getting up from low seats it was a bit of a trial. Continental Breakfast is very good. And hot drinks are available all day.

Steve H


Hotel in great location, only 10 mins walk from Blackpool North Station and from Blackpool Tower, opposite North Pier. Booked a room with a view, huge room with massive bay windows which overlooked the seaside. great to chill out in.

Linda B


The exterior of the hotel is run-down and unappealing. There is not always someone present on Reception and we had to wait several minutes before we were attended to. Our room was clean with a really nice en-suite shower, however the heating did not work. We reported this to the Receptionist and she was going to see if she could find us a fan heater, however one was not forthcoming. The bed itself was comfortable, however (in my opinion) the pillows were like concrete! On a positive, there was a really good selection at the buffet breakfast and the location of the hotel is excellent. We saw a show at the Wintergarden which was only a few minutes walk and the Comedy Carpet and Tower are also only a short distance away. Secure discounted car parking is convenient in a multi-storey car park close by. We would not be afraid to use this hotel again but next time I'd bring my own pillows.



I had to phone up a lot for the group that I had booked into the Blackpool Ibis Styles hotel and I was amazed that when I phoned I would get through to the hotel reception (as opposed to a call centre) and all the staff were kind friendly and helpful. Was a refreshing change. Definitely book again.



Great location right in front with North Pier and the Beach House restaurant/bar. The tower is virtually right next door.This is our second stay at this hotel continental breakfast only but it is more than adequate buffet style with fresh fruit.



We recently stayed at the Ibs Blackpool as we have for the last 5 years and previously have had no issues but our three night stay resulted in three sleepless nights. On top of the ponding all night base from the adjoining nightclub there was constant shouting, running up and down corridors and slamming of doors especially for the Friday and Saturday night. The Sunday night did not have the loud baseline but still shouting and banging of doors. Such a shame as we love the location and hotel hence our previous stays but for £250 for three nights we will be trying an alternative when we return.



The hotel is a 7-minute walk from the train station, on the seafront opposite the North pier. You couldn't find a better location. A large ground-floor room appears to be derelict and is quite an eye-sore. You have to go above this to the first floor to find reception. Staff were friendly and efficient throughout. The hotel used to be a Travelodge apparently, and this shows in the very poor quality of the room fittings. Hopefully, Accor will address this. My room (225), on the back, was small and very basic. However the bed was large and comfortable, and the bath towels were large and fluffy. The a/c was a tad noisy and would not go down below 20C (but the room felt more like 22C which was a bit warm for sleeping). There were no issues with external noise. The bathroom was so small, you were pressed up against the sink went seated on the toilet. There was a shower but no bath. This hotel uses the industry norm of a noon check-out, which is useful in Blackpool where b&b's often want you out by 10am. It's also ideal for a one-night stay at the weekend, which can be difficult to find available elsewhere in peak season. The less said about the complimentary continental breakfast, the better. I paid £89 for a Friday night, which on hindsight, was far too much for this standard of accommodation. Friends staying in better rooms elsewhere on the same night were paying around £60. I had expected this hotel to have rooms of a much higher standard.



It was OK but it was a little tired expected my room to be cleaner. Though the continental breakfast was a lot nicer than I expected. Would stay a giant because of the location near to the railway station.



More expensive than a Hilton feels like a £10 hostel. Dirty shower and towels so we didn't use them, just got a few hours sleep (noisy area so dont expect more) windows not closing don't help. Staff knew not to ask "how was your stay" Also floors so uneven you will feel drunk. And feels so unsafe.



Booked in Advance and got a good rate. Room faced Talbot Square and there was no exterior noise. I can think of many 4 * star hotels which could do with this level of soundproofing. Nice Welcome, Great Position, good nights sleep and easy check out within easy walking distance to Blackpool North Station



Excellent location by North Pier and 5 minute walk from Blackpool North station. Close to main shopping area, Tower, trams and beach. Staff are lovely - always helpful and friendly. Room was clean and comfortable with great sea view. The only negative is breakfast, which can be very busy (sometimes nowhere to sit) and no cooked option. It is free though, or there are cheap alternatives nearby.



While the website makes the hotel look very clean and neat the queen rooms definitely did not live up to this expectation. The location is brilliant but the windows did not close properly so was very noisy and the beds were very uncomfortable. Walls were unclean and shabby and all in all just very very misleading. For the price I would rather have gone to the Hilton.

Ron C


This is a budget 3 star hotel in a great position and as long as you do not expect anything more you will not be disappointed. I'm not fan of continental breakfasts but there are heaps of places for a cheap full fry up very near by. The room was small but that was what we paid for. the bed/bathroom were all adequate and I would have no hesitation in staying there again. Staff were all very nice and drinks were reasonably priced. In summary, I have travelled extensively and paid a lot more for hotels that do not come anywhere near this one.

Liz S


Bit of a strange hotel. No parking of any sort, not even to unload luggage. There is a Municipal car park not too far away, but is £14 for 24hrs. Lift up to reception. Our room was in a horrible situation at back of hotel overlooking back of old now defunct night club. Very small single beds. Having said all this we were right beside North Pier, trams & restaurants at back of hotel.


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