The Strand Hotel

Address: 326/328 Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, FY1 2JG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 326/328 Promenade, Blackpool, is near Blackpool Tower and Circus, Funny Girls Show Bar, Blackpool Illuminations, and Opera House & Winter Gardens.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews The Strand Hotel Blackpool

          Very friendly staff

          from

          we stayed at the strand over christmas . jane partner and staff made us feel very wecome , clean rooms good food & good entertainment, recommended . the chesson & kinsey famlies

          New Year Beak

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          We stayed at this Hotel for the New Year Break and had a great time. The public areas, bars and dining room are modern and very clean, the food was excellent and the menu over the three days we were there was varied. The entertainment was good with at least two artists a night and we did not need to leave the hotel if we did not want to as everything was provided. Our fellow hotel guests were all friendly which made for an excellent stay. The staff could not do enough to help to make your stay enjoyable especially Aaron and Jane(the owners i think). The bedrooms are basic but are in the process of being modernised and refurbished which when complete will make this hotel hard to beat. We have already booked for New Year 2007 and look forward to another enjoyable and relaxing stay.

          Stephen and Julie, Newcastle

          Strand Hotel- recommended

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          Stayed over Xmas. The staff, the food, the entertainment and the atmosphere were all excellent. Little touches, like quality Christmas crackers and presents and tea, coffee and cake being available 24 hours added to the high standard. Rooms need some work but renovation will be complete in the next few months. Would certainly return.

          My hotel

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          strand hotel. xmass new year holiday. staff very friendly could not do enough for you. food excellent great variety and very tasty. room basic but in process of upgrade. entertainment first class

          general hotel very good

          will go back Jayne and Robert great hosts

          would reccomend

          Fantastic welcome

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          what a great family run hotel, we stayed over the New Year, we had a sea view room, comfy bed, clean,all you need for a weekend. Fantastic home cooked food, all fresh,good variety,and plenty,excellent menu to choose from.Very good entertainment.We could not fault the hospitality of Jane and all the staff who made our stay most enjoyable. We will be booking again.

          Kath and Joe Aspey

          Wigan

          Greater Manchester

          Definitely going back!!

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          I don't normally post reviews on such websites but after reading the last

          review find myself in state of shock. I stayed at this hotel last week and

          had a fantastic time along with the remainder of the guests, or so it

          seemed! I am flabbergasted at such a review and I know the rest of my family

          will be also. The food was excellent, entertainment was so good we never

          even left the place at night

          and as for the rooms, I couldn't fault ours at

          all and we had a "bog standard" family room! Clean and comfortable and Ive

          stayed in a few!! I will be looking to stay in Blackpool next Easter and

          will certainly be booking the same hotel.

          Would not recommed! go somewhere else!

          from

          ok, this hotel as had obvious improvements, that is, reception bar area, lounge ,dining area etc.. and by the last persons review some nice rooms... but dont expect this thoughout the hotel... my room (108) was a very small double, that had not seen any upgrade in many years, tv / heating didnt work , wonderful views of the back yard etc.. all for the princly sum of 90!!! as i said.. try somewhere else first...

          What a great Hotel

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          Both my wife and i have been coming to Blackpool for 18 years and have stayed in many of its hotels.

          We both think that staying in a nice hotel is one of the major parts of anyones holiday. The Strand hotel went way past our expectations. All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful.

          The Hotel itself was very clean, tidy and modern. The room we stayed in was the executive suite with a sea view. We had a king size bed with ensuite, soft lighting and very up to date furniture.

          The sea views were stunning. The food served was of a very high standard and the service was second to none. Both my wife and i would recomend the Strand to anyone wanting to stay in Blackpool as they would not be disapointed.

          When we return to Blackpool we will be booking into the Strand.

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Strand Hotel Blackpool

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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