The Manhattan Blackpool has been one of my best hotel stays till date. It's a neat place tucked away in a quiet part of the city, though not much far away from all the action. The look and feel of the hotel is wonderful (the place is indeed beautiful!), the rooms are cozy and spic-and-span, the decor of the dining area and bar is fabulous, the morning breakfast is sumptuous - full credit to the warm hosts, Ian and Kevin, who leave no scope for complaints and ensure that each of their guests has a superb experience whilst there.
I'd like to mention that despite my arriving well before check-in time on my first day in Blackpool, and having a a bus well after check-out time on my last day there, on both occasions, Ian and Kevin were kind enough to allow me to freshen up at the hostel (they even provided me with a fresh towel!) and leave my bulky bag at the hotel. I was bowled over by their hospitality.
Despite reading all the nice reviews The Manhattan has received, the real experience at the hotel is quite so fantastic that it makes all the reviews seem like understatements. Keep up the wonderful work, Kevin and Ian.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 9 Bedroom Victorian Guest House in Blackpool centre.5 Mins walk from Blackpool North Train Station. Just a quick stroll to the beach.Please note... Due to the age & style of the building, we are unable to accept wheelchair users or people unable to climb stairs. ... more less
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