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Imperial Hotel in Blackpool

North Promenade, North Shore, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY12NB, UK
Imperial Hotel in Blackpool Imperial Hotel in Blackpool 01253 623971 North Promenade North Shore Blackpool
84 out of 100% 67 votes
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Accessible Rooms
  • Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Spa
  • Public Transport Nearby

Probably Blackpool's most well-known hotel, The Imperial Hotel is located in a quiet but central position on the promenade.

Andrew Myhotelbreak & Classic Britain
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
  • Accessible Rooms
  • Private Car Park
  • Lift
  • Spa
  • Public Transport Nearby

Number of Bedrooms: 180

Parking Spaces: 100

Steps into Hotel: 5

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Imperial Hotel in Blackpool has a rich and distinguished heritage and is one of the most famous in Britain’s famous seaside town. Since it first opened its doors on 28th June 1867, it has taken centre stage at many high-profile occasions associated with life in Blackpool. Graced by political parties, royalty, statesmen and stars of the screen and stage, the Imperial Hotel Blackpool is a proud and prestigious hotel.

Blackpool, long regarded as the quintessential seaside holiday town, has been a firm favourite of UK holidaymakers. And what better place to stay than the Imperial Hotel Blackpool, located on the North Promenade. You can easily walk to all the popular attractions, including donkey rides on the beach. Or you can hop on the world-famous tram, which stops across the road.

The Imperial Hotel Blackpool has 180 beautifully stylish bedrooms, which include nine gorgeous Suites, and 41 Premium bedrooms, many with excellent sea views. 

The Imperial Hotel Blackpool offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.



tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Trouser Press
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Room Service
tick Cots Supplied
tick Wifi
tick Family Room for 3
tick Family Room for 4
tick Bathrobes & Slippers

Retaining the charm and character of the Imperial hotel, the bedrooms have been designed in a traditional style with classic wood furnishings including quality features such as Internet access and complimentary refreshment trays. The bedrooms are the perfect place to unwind and relax after a busy day in Blackpool.

Premium Rooms 
These rooms include a seating area, bathrobe and slippers, trouser press and mineral water.

Deluxe Rooms 
The Deluxe bedrooms feature a King Size Bed, Large Windows with Sea Views plus a bathrobe and slippers.

Some of the Suites have fireplaces and private dining area. Some rooms have four posters or sleigh beds. All of the suites are bright and airy with sea-facing windows enjoying stunning sea views and include bathrobes and slippers to use during your stay.


Shower over bath in most rooms with some accessible twin rooms which need to be confirmed with the hotel directly. 

Bar & Restaurant

tick TV
tick Children's Soft Play Area
tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

Palm Court Restaurant:
This excellent restaurant is perfect if you wish to be wined and dined and provides something to suit every appetite, whether you require a light snack or a hearty dinner.

Enjoy the relaxing surroundings and food of The Palm Court Restaurant. If you've booked a dinner-inclusive package, you will dine from the delicious table d'hote menu. If you feel like splashing out, ask to look at the mouth-watering la carte menu and indulge whilst watching the waves splash against the shore.

Restaurant opening times:
Sunday - Thursday: 6.30 pm - 9 pm
Friday & Saturday: 6 pm - 9 pm
Afternoon tea is served daily 2p m – 4.30 pm
Sunday Lunch 12.30 pm – 3.30 pm

Sample Dinner Menu
Sample Lounge Menu
Afternoon Tea Menu

Number 10 Bar:
Served daily from 10 am to 10 pm.
The no.10 bar is the place to relax and enjoy a well-deserved drink. Steeped in history the bar has hosted all British Prime ministers over several decades, which provides a real talking point.
Retaining its Victorian splendour it none of the less has a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy a variety of drinks to suit all tastes from real ales to the latest wines.

Location & Directions

Directions to The Imperial Hotel in Blackpool

From Junction 32 of the M6 North and South, follow the M55 towards Blackpool.
Leave the M55 at Junction 4 and follow the signs for the North Shore. Drive through the town centre until you reach the sea, turn right at the North Pier and you will find the Imperial Hotel half-mile on the right-hand side.

Please note that the hotel's car parking is charged at £7 per day. 

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

Car Parking
Car parking will be charged at £9.00 per vehicle per 24 hours for car parking which will be added to your bill on departure.

Non-Arrival/Late Cancellation:
Please note in the event of a non-arrival or late cancellation to the Imperial Hotel Blackpool, guests will be liable for the full cost of their stay. 

Accessible rooms:
Shower over bath in most rooms with some accessible twin rooms which need to be confirmed with the hotel directly prior to booking.

Please note that the leisure and spa facilities will remain closed at this hotel

Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Tennis
tick Horse Riding
tick Cycling
tick Childrens Play Area
tick Horse Racing
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Wildlife Watching
tick Putting Green
tick Water Sports
tick Climbing

If you’re a keen golfer, The Imperial Hotel Blackpool can offer great rates at the Blackpool North Shore Golf Club. The course is just two miles from the Imperial Hotel and is a links course of 6431 yards, with a par 71.

Whether you are planning a short break, touring holiday or even visiting for a day, you will find a wealth of exciting events, thrilling attractions and lots of activities to keep your group occupied – day or night. Blackpool has a Blue Flag beach with donkey rides, piers and golden sands, a Sealife Centre, Louis Tussauds Waxworks, The Winter Gardens, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum, Blackpool Zoo and the famous Golden Mile with amusement arcades and much more. For details on local attractions, go to Visit Blackpool.

There’s entertainment for all ages, night and day at the world-famous Blackpool Tower and Circus. Don’t miss the Tower Circus, voted “UK’s Best” for the third consecutive year, the Magnificent Tower Ballroom, Jungle Jim’s Adventure Playground and of course, the Tower Top Ride and Walk of Faith.

Designed in 1894 by Frank Matcham, The Grand Theatre in Blackpool is an 1100-seat theatre which offers a full programme of every performing artform.

The UK’s largest indoor waterpark. With 18 slides and attractions, it is easy to see why it continues to make a splash.

There’s something for everyone at Pleasure Beach, Blackpool. There are over 125 rides and attractions, plus spectacular shows.

A memorable experience of Lancashire’s world-famous Industrial heritage.

One of Lancashire’s gems is located at junction 8 of the M61. This landmark converted Victorian Mill is a well-used stop-off for many as they travel through the North West and for others, it is their destination for a great day out. The 5 enormous floors of shopping, a garden centre, an indoor play centre for kids and great restaurants make this a destination that is great for groups.

Head north to the glorious Lake District. Here you will find England’s five tallest mountains, her deepest lake, two national parks and three areas of outstanding natural beauty which should provide more than enough outdoor adventures for you to choose from. Or why not search out those idyllic spots which have inspired so many of our greatest writers, over thousands of years, including William Wordsworth, Beatrix Potter and John Ruskin, amongst many others.

Manchester’s biggest indoor shopping centre, shop till you drop with over 200 hundred high street and designer shops to choose from. If you are feeling hungry visit the Great Hall which has over 60 restaurants, Bars & Cafes to choose from including a 20-screen Odeon.

For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide

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