The Cliffs Hotel

Address: Queens Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, FY2 9SG, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Queens Promenade, Blackpool, is near Blackpool Tower and Circus, Funny Girls Show Bar, Opera House & Winter Gardens, and Blackpool Illuminations.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Cliffs Hotel Blackpool



    went last year (29th dec - 2nd Jan), excellent time, loved it, food good, entertainment good. Good all round family hotel.

    Going again this year on the same dates.

    Fancy dress 31st december this year,

    should be good!

    Fan of the cliffs


    Just got home from the cliffs had great time hotel,food, staff, entertainment all excellent a little too warm but asked for fan and it was brought to my room within 5 mins. Definitely going back again !

    18 carat


    Fantastic Hotel ! great staff and excellent food - brilliant choice at least 5 choices of main, starter and sweet. Matthew the waiter has a brilliant sense of humour - if you go ask him about Birthday cakes and Head Waiters (quietly though!!!!)

    Childrens club is a god send - love my children but need a break !!!

    Entertainment is very good with a Yorkshire comedian who likes to rib Yorkshire People - when you get to the jokes about eating carrots (18 carat) you'll know where I am coming from. He does a good ditty about the Titanic as well.

    Adjoining family rooms good slightly warm but you get a complimentary wooden wedge that you can put behind the door to stop the kids coming in (joke).

    We wouldn't go anywhere else !!!!

    A1 OK Top Class Hotel ~ Best in Blackpool by a Mile


    My wife & I, plus the Grandchildren, Joshua & Natasha have been using the Cliffs since 1992. Absolutely 1st Class, Wonderful for any age group, Fantastic Cuisine. Try an Out of Season Winter Break, it is unbeatable value for money. Management & Staff are so helpful. Our only regret is, we didn't find it sooner in life. We would recommend the Cliffs to anybody who appreciates Class!

    Peter & Jacqueline Mackle ~ Shepley, UK

    Okayish stay....


    We stayed at the Cliffs the weekend of June 3rd and having stayed there before we were expecting the visit to be similar as we thoroughly enjoyed ourself the first time we visited over 2 yrs ago. The manager and porter were excellent and very helpful as were the dining room staff. To be honest I thought the food wasn't wasn't as good as before. The room was a problem. It was at the back and too hot. When I tried to explain this to the receptionist all she said was " yes the back rooms are too hot" while continuing to do what she was doing.........she wasnt even listening to me and I was just making a valid coment and wasnt irate. Anyway as a result of this trip we will not return to the Cliffs but will return to Blackpool in the future. If you are going to stay there make sure you have a room with plenty of ventilation!!!!!!!!!!

    The cliffs is by far the best hotel in britain


    I have stayed at the cliffs hotel 18 times, and each time, it has been as good as before. The staff are excellent, the food is great, and the hotel itself is magnificent! I am a big fan of the clifffs.

    New Year bash!


    4 of us spent new years eve and new years day night at the cliffs. The foof, the rooms and the staff were excellent, we had a gala dinner in the Lancaster suite on New Years Eve. The food and service were second to none. The only thing that spoilt the whole evening was the entertainment. We had a DJ on all night except for a 20 minute spot by a comedian who's jokes were has old as he was (and he won't see 40 again!) I wouldn't hesitate to book again for this year if we could have decent entertainment.A Laing

    The Cliffs, a place to suit all


    I stayed at the Cliffs in November 2003 with a large family group. The hotel catered for everyone whatever their age. Entertainment was good and the food and service was excellent. I would certainly recommend it.



    having stayed at the Cliffs Hotel no less than than 8 times we always found it to be top class. the entertainment, lesuire facilities , food and service were always great. Especially the lovely Dennis, the king of the waiters!



    Just returned from a magnificent 5 day stay at the Cliffs Hotel on Blackpool's fine Queens Promenade.Hotel is absolutely spotless, staff are supremely friendly, leisure facilities and those for the kids are excellent, oh and the food was devine !Only a nice short walk away from the town but far enough out to be quieter at night, I honestly cannot reccommend this hotel highly enough.Already in the process of getting my Illuminations trip there booked !

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Cliffs Hotel Blackpool

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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