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Lyric Hotel
Promenade
Blackpool
Lancashire

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The Lyric Hotel Blackpool is a family run seafront hotel located on one of the finest areas of Blackpool's famous promenade, Central Promenade. Situated between Central and South Piers making it close to all the major attractions, including Blackpool Tower, Pleasure Beach, Winter Gardens and Blackpool's lively nightlife. All bedrooms at the Lyric hotel have their own en-suite facilities for guests comfort and privacy, they are all tastefully decorated and have colour televisons, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryers. Plus all rooms now have Freeview TV. As well as the Bar, there is a separate dry lounge that is a quiet and comfortable place for reading or sitting and admiring the stunning view over the Irish Sea. Parking spaces for guest cars are available, spaces are limited and are offered on a first come first served basis.

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Number of Rooms: 15
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