Ratings based on 178 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Nottingham
Really nice staff and lovely hotelPosted Aug 9, 2014
My partner and I stayed here for a night on a whim and were not disappointed! The hotel is in a great area and you can sit and drink with a view of the sea outside. The bedrooms are very comfortable and well kept, the bed was super comfy!! The staff made you feel very welcome and went out of their way to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Will definitely stay here again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from renfrew
Class in BlackpoolPosted Aug 8, 2014
A lovely hotel on the seafront full of character. Staff were exceptionally helpful and pkeasant. Food and service in the restaurant very good and excellent value gor money
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Edinburgh
near the seafrontPosted Jul 13, 2014
Pros: Spacious rooms, quiet and breakfast extremely good.
Cons: More staff. There seemed to be few waiting staff and people had to wait quiet a long time on service
Location: Close to promenade and amenities
Very pleasant, weather helped us enjoy our holiday further.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from New Zealand
Nice hotel but a few negativesPosted Jul 11, 2014
Pros: The decor is beautiful Staff are excellent Car parking is excellent The bar is great The hotel is well set up for disabled people
Cons: Meals could be more in line with prices around Blackpool Rooms could be modernised Waiting times for meals could be reduced
Negatives Meals were expensive - e.g. Sixteen pounds plus six pounds fifty for a basic grill, service was very slow both in the restaurant and for breakfast. Not enough staff for check out. There were 3 tills, but only one cashier. The room needed air conditioning for summer. Windows are archaic. Positives Staff were friendly and helpful. Bed was very comfortable The bar was very interesting and the bar staff were lovely. In between I would have loved to have used the pool, but felt it was too tucked away.
for Everyoneby Lisa
Lovely StayPosted Jun 28, 2014
The hotel was stunning, clean, elegant and cost. The restaurant was delicious and I would reccomend eating there. The pool was sweet and had the warmest jacuzzi I've ever used. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would go back to The Imperial next time we visit Blackpool.
for Business Travelersby Rach from Glasgow
Fine for my needsPosted Jun 12, 2014
Pros: Location for my needs
Cons: Shower went consistently hot and cold, luckily it was bearable. I did mention this on departure so hope it gets fixed
Location: 10 mins walk from town. 2 mins from Hilton.
I was attending a conference in the Hilton nearby which was fully booked. I chose this hotel for its convenient location and I didn't want to look at the millions of guest houses around. I had quite reasonable/high expectations of a Puma hotel but these were not really met. There wasn't one massive thing that would put me off going but lots of little things that could make your stay so much nicer.
by Tongalp from New York, NY
Stay Away From this HotelPosted Jun 1, 2014
Cons: Needs a big renovation project as well as good management
Location: Blackpool Dance Festival is the main event happening in this long forgotten seaside town
I stayed at the Imperial twice in the past, last when it was under the management of Barcelo Hotel chain. It was not a luxury hotel but basic amenities were still there. I just returned a week of holiday from Blackpool where I stayed at the Imperial. It was a quite awful experience. We booked our room from Expedia. It was supposed to be a standard room; however, it turned out to be the smallest room i have ever seen in my life. It was as if you need to jump into the bed from the entrance door. The bed was too small for two people and the mattress had alleys and peaks due to years of misuse. We never tried to sleep on it but I am sure if one ever menages to sleep on that bed there would be a high risk to fall form it once you roll involuntarily during your sleep. We certainly didn't accept that room. The alternative offered to us was a room for the disabled. The room was dirty; had a wardrobe without doors. It was the last straw on the camel's back. We were almost leaving the hotel, but the manager apologized and placed us to a room which was slightly better. Two days later, they started to build a scaffold around the building and to our surprise we woke up with workers workings at and looking through our windows. Curtains were a simple solution for the privacy but they cannot cut the noise throughout the rest of our stay. Also, pulling the curtain blocks the air circulations through the window which is the only "air conditioning" you can find in this luxurious British Hotel.
for Business Travelersby mase from lincs
Blackpool at its bestPosted May 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
Lovely old hotel right on the prom nice staff and breakfast. room spacious gorgeous views from front of hotel has to be best in town but reasonable price too prom walk to town is nice and super tram runs from the stop outside the hotel couldn't fault it for the money and colleagues in Hilton next door were envious of the rooms and price we paid. Thanks
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted May 17, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Debbie from Leeds
The Best Hotel in BlackpoolPosted May 14, 2014
Pros: Love its history. Good location and facilities.
Cons: Just need to stay on top of the minor issues
Location: Good location close to North Pier and shopping area.
Stayed for the weekend. Given a small sea-view at the top of the hotel although hadn't paid for one. Good breakfast selection and staff very attentive. Few minor issues with our room, uplifted tile in the bathroom, shower not very powerful, tap loose, door lock not effective, but clean and also comfortable bed. Wifi did not work very well, although the hotel had some technical issues on the Sunday.