Luxury Blackpool hotel at half price

The historic Paramount Imperial, the most famous hotel in Blackpool, occupies a prime location with impressive sea views and now you can enjoy a luxurious break there and save 58 per cent with a special offer from GP newspaper.

You will pay just £36.50 per person for one night's bed and breakfast accommodation in a standard room, plus use of the superb Bodysense health and leisure club. Or upgrade to a premium room for just £20 extra per person. Book for two nights, and you will receive a complementary bottle of wine in your room.

Widely known as the headquarters for major political parties during their annual conferences, the four-star Imperial has been entertaining royalty and countless dignitaries and personalities since it opened in 1867.

Recently refurbished to the tune of £4 million, its Victorian grandeur is now fully matched with standards of comfort and service that are exceptional even for today. Facilities include a Bodysense health and leisure club, with swimming pool, spa, steam room, solarium and beauty treatment room, plus a sumptuous restaurant with delightful sea views.

Located on the picturesque North Promenade, it is a short walk or tram ride from Blackpool's world-famous tower, the Golden Mile and the Pleasure Beach. It also provides an ideal base for touring the Lake District.

For more hotel details, visit: www.paramount-hotels.co.uk

How to Book

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