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Like being in a kindergarden. Huge queues at breakfast time no matter what time you came down. Very noisy at night with adults and children running up and down the corridors screaming and shouting. We actually left early we were so fed up.
Big Blue Hotel£66Big Blue Hotel£66
Good, clean, efficient hotel. Very nice room and en suite. Can’t comment on food as didn’t order any.
Legacy Preston International Hotel£40Legacy Preston International Hotel£40
Excellent service from the start. Apartment spotless, beautiful surroundings, staff very helpful,nothing to much trouble. A very enjoyable experience. And lovely weather to boot.
Thurnham Hall by Diamond Resorts£25Thurnham Hall by Diamond Resorts£25
Very good hotel for boys that like football. The chance to look out at the pitch from your room great. We met a few of the players which was great for our kids.
Blackpool FC Hotel£64Blackpool FC Hotel£64
Excellent hotel with great service, friendly staff and picturesque location. The food was looked great and tasted even better. The room we had was clean and comfortable, the only problem was the cooling system for the kitchen was just under our window a little noisy (Room 8).
Shard Riverside Hotel, Bar & Restaurant£58Shard Riverside Hotel, Bar & Restaurant£58
Not happy. Was in wrong room to what was ordered. Asked for sea view did not get it. Bathroom bath taps broken. TV was flaky and terrible, can you imagine a world if we only ly had digital. No free WiFi. This made the kids very happy. Only flaky TV to watch. Can't upload Pictures to this review. ...
Hilton Blackpool Hotel£44Hilton Blackpool Hotel£44
I had been on an organised birdwatching holiday elsewhere in Lancashire and booked one night at the Royal Kings Arms Hotel, so that I could have a look round Lancaster while I was in the area. It’s not a great hotel - the single room was a bit pokey - but it was perfectly located 5 minutes walk from ...
Royal Kings Arms£44Royal Kings Arms£44
I found it really easy to get to , close to centre & shops pubs etc, room was ok but toilet a bit small & shower was leaking .
The Dukeries Hotel£38The Dukeries Hotel£38
Unlike some purple formulaic hotels this hotel has history. Staff friendly and helpful. Rooms clean and comfortable. Good breakfast. What more do you want for the money?
The Imperial Hotel£42The Imperial Hotel£42
Lancashire is a popular holiday destination for a whole range of reasons. Tucked into the northwest region of England, this county is often regarded as a staging post on the way to the Lake District to the north. But pause a while and you'll discover that it has many attractions of its own, and en route visitors should try stopping over for a few nights and enjoying everything the county has to offer. The landscapes are fabulous, popular with walkers and cyclists, and there's a long coastline with many excellent seaside resorts to the west. There are many different types of accommodation too, including guesthouses, hotels and B&Bs. It's easy to find good Lancashire hotels with WiFi these days, for entertainment, keeping in touch or doing business.
Lancashire has a good level of broadband provision, so wherever you're based you can expect reasonable download speeds. Obviously in bigger towns such as Blackpool and Lancaster the overall coverage is above average, but even in remote parts you'll find that hotels with WiFi in Lancashire fare pretty well in terms of connectivity. This is good news for kids especially, as they'd usually be lost without their gadgets and social networking paraphernalia! The secret to having an enjoyable break, especially with teenagers, is to plug them in and just leave them alone, and most Lancashire hotels with WiFi offer free access to the internet at least in their public areas.
But in addition to keeping your kids happy, the internet is important for keeping in touch with loved ones and, if you're a travelling salesman or executive for example, for effectively carrying on with your work when you're away from the office. Lancashire is a popular county for conferences and there are many different venues that specialise in hosting trade shows and exhibitions. Good internet access is essential to their continued successful operation and visiting delegates too need well-connected facilities. That's why Lancashire hotels with WiFi provision of top quality attract the business community in particular, and have additional corporate facilities to complement this.