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Follow the signs for Blackpool and the M55. Stay on the spine road until you get into Central Car park. You might want to park up quickly as parking spaces are limited around the hotel, so follow the map and you’ll be on your way to fun in the sun at The Stage Door Hotel. We are very close to all the amenities:
CENTRAL PIER (400ft)
With its array of attractions, amusements, shows and shopping, Central Pier is at the heart of the Blackpool coastline. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
THE GOLDEN MILE
There’s nothing quite like a day at the seaside, and Blackpool is one of the best beach resorts you will find in the UK. It was even recently awarded its first ever Blue Flag, putting it on par with other world renowned sites including the Mediterranean Sea and the Pacific. (Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
ILLUMINATIONS (0.1 miles)
The world-famous Illuminations need little introduction. As well as the miles of traditional festoons and tableaux along the Promenade, there are now extraordinary 3D projection shows. (Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Madame Tussauds Blackpool offers a celebrity experience unlike any other. Mixing the best of British with international stars, there really is something for everyone. (Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
SEA LIFE BLACKPOOL
Showcasing over 1,000 spectacular aquatic creatures across 50 dazzling displays, SEA LIFE Blackpool is sure to excite visitors of all ages. Experience the secrets of the deep sea. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Coral Island is Blackpool's largest indoor free admission family attraction. Explore and enjoy an action packed day filled with fabulous food and family favourite seaside rides and redemption games as well as adult gaming and prize bingo. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
BLACKPOOL TOWER (0.4 miles)
The Blackpool Tower is a true British institution. It is the iconic feature of Blackpool’s famous seafront. Few attractions prove that #BlackpoolHasItAll quite like The Blackpool Tower, with five stunning attractions for all the family to enjoy. (Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
BLACKPOOL TOWER DUNGEON
Deep below The Blackpool Tower, you’ll find spooky tales and meet some strange characters in The Blackpool Dungeon. This hugely entertaining attraction is ideal for all age groups. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
HOUNDSHILL SHOPPING CENTRE (0.5 miles)
Houndshill Shopping Centre is located in the heart of Blackpool, and is home to over 60 stores – including Debenhams, H&M, New Look, Footasylum, Peacocks, Jack Jones, Disney and River Island. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Funny Girls is an utterly unique and altogether unforgettable experience. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Blackpool Grand Theatre is one of the few remaining theatres of great architectural character, designed by Frank Matcham. It has a magnificent 4-level auditorium with 1,100 seats. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
OPERA HOUSE & WINTER GARDENS
One of the country’s largest theatres, with a seating capacity of almost 3000, the Opera House is a famous venue which has seen performances from the world’s greatest entertainers and shows. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
North Pier is the most northerly of the three coastal piers in Blackpool, England. Built in the 1860s, it is also the oldest and longest of the three. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Take a stroll where every step brings a new giggle as Blackpool welcomes a brand new floor covering with a difference. Blackpool's brand new Comedy Carpet sits in the shadow of the world famous Blackpool Tower. (Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
The club competes in League One, the third tier of the English football league system. Founded in 1887, Blackpool's home ground has been Bloomfield Road since 1901. Their main nickname is the Seasiders, but they are also called the 'Pool and the Tangerines. (Image: www.visitblackpool.com).
South Pier is a fantastic day out for those of all ages. The Laughing Donkey family bar host great free live entertainment as well as a beer garden with the best views in town. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Stanley Park has a long sporting history and offers the best facilities in resort from a game of pitch and putt to a round of golf, a trim trail, athletic arena and a sports club for all keep-fit enthusiasts, plus play facilities for the children. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
Sandcastle Waterpark Blackpool is the UK’s largest Indoor waterpark. With over 18 slides and plenty of exciting attractions in an 84-degree tropical climate, there is something to entertain the whole family. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
There’s something for everyone at Britain’s favourite amusement park. From white-knuckle rollercoasters, to spectacular shows and the UK’s only Nickelodeon Land, there are plenty of exciting attractions to make your visit to Blackpool a day to remember. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
BLACKPOOL ZOO (2.2 miles)
What sets Blackpool Zoo apart from other zoos? Close encounters with animals, excellent facilities for our less able visitors and happy, friendly staff who want to make your visit fun! We have the only gorillas in the north-west and one of the best sea lion displays in the UK. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
ROYAL LYTHAM & ST ANNES GOLF CLUB (5.6 miles)
Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, venue for major golfing events, such as the Open Championship. (Image & Text Source: www.visitblackpool.com).
STAGE DOOR HOTEL
The Stage Door Hotel is a family run business which has established itself a well deserved reputation built from over 20 years of quality service.