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Chequers Plaza Hotel

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Now under new management and having recently undergone a major refurbishment, this 3-star hotel offers superb panoramic views of Queen’s Promenade and the Irish Sea. With its internationally recognised 3-star rating as your assurance of its superior quality, the Chequers Plaza Hotel is a luxurious option for a stay in Blackpool. The hotel is situated on one of the most attractive seafront locations in Blackpool, the Queen’s Promenade, away from the noise and the crowds and yet close to most of this vibrant seaside resort’s main attractions. The great sea views and comfortable well- equipped en suite accommodation fully justify the hotel’s 3-star rating. Conveniently located just a 5-minute drive from Blackpool town centre, the hotel offers excellent cuisine, a 24-hour bar, night security, a lift and a car park. Friendly, experienced staff will ensure your stay is a memorable one.

All of the quoted room rates include use of the impressive leisure facilities at the nearby Hilton Hotel, which include a gym, a jacuzzi and an indoor heated swimming pool. The hotel’s newly refurbished sun lounge is the ideal place to unwind and spend a relaxing afternoon. The superb panoramic views of Queen’s Promenade and the Irish Sea form a wonderful backdrop as you enjoy a drink from the bar or a cup of tea. Board games and cards are available for your use and complimentary magazines and newspapers are placed around for your perusal.

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