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Welcome to The Maples Hotel

Address: 8 Queen's Promenade, Blackpool, FY2 9SQ

Telephone: 01253 351454 01253 351454

Hotel Description

The Maples hotel is on a privileged site where the Mount Hotel, the first to be built on North Shore once stood. Entirely refurbished during the summer of 2013, the hotel enjoys superb views over the Irish sea. In a peaceful location, yet just a short tram, bus or taxi ride to the town centre, piers, theatres, conference venues, the Winter Gardens and nightlife. The famous Blackpool trams stop close to the hotel and takes you to the Pleasure Beach in one direction and Cleveleys and Fleetwood in the other, as well as stops at all the other attractions – The Tower, Town centre, theatres and Piers and The Sandcastle. There is a 24 hour front desk, Daily Housekeeping and Complimentary Daily Newspapers. Up to five golf courses are easily accessible from The Maples. In the evening join friends for a drink in the bar or relax in the sun lounge and watch the sun setting over the sea.

Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Facilities
  • Bar
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Wedding Functions

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Like Being Part Of A Family
Had a great time and everybody treated me like family. Room was small but very clean. Maybe a bit bigger Tele would be nice :-)

Rolf Meyer - 17th Nov, 2017
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Hi And thanks for your comments most appreciated. Yes I think you needed to go into one of our bigger rooms, as lets be honest you are a very tall chap and needed a little bit more leg room lol. But im glad you enjoyed your stay with us, and hopefully all your meetings went well and you\\\'ll have to come back and see us again soon. From all of us at the maples hotel...

was an excellent stay look forward to coming back

vincent bell - 6th Nov, 2017
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Hi And thanks for your great comments most appreciated. Well what more can we ask for, with comments like yours it makes us feel all our hard work isn\\\'t for nothing, as we do really enjoy this type of business we are in. We know that we can\\\'t please everyone. But we do try our best. So once again thanks for your comments and, hopefully we will see you again soon. From all of us at the maples hotel thanks...

Weekend Break
First visiting the hotel and was very impressed with the place. Friendly and welcoming. Not been Blackpool for many yrs. They allowed us to have our little dog with us as well. I\'d recommend the place and will be staying again.

lisa Tinsley - 9th Oct, 2017
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Response from Hotel
Hi And thanks for your comments most appreciated. So glad you enjoyed your stay with us, and hopefully we will see you again soon. From all of us at the maples hotel thanks again..

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Attractions - The Maples Hotel

Blackpool North Shore Golf Club - Blackpool - Golf

Blackpool North Shore Golf Club - Blackpool - Golf

Distance 0.59 miles (0.94 km)
Blackpool North Shore Golf Club is a private members club set in 98 acres, situated 500 yards from the North Promenade and 2 miles from the town centre of Blackpool. Blackpool is the premier English resort on the North West Coast of England. The course is a links type course with rolling fairways and good-sized greens. Its traditional and well-furnished Club House offers magnificent views of the Lake District, the Forest of Bowland, Bleasdale Fells and the Pennine Hill range.

The Winter Gardens - Exhibition

The Winter Gardens - Exhibition

Distance 1.23 miles (1.97 km)
Whatever kind or size of event you are planning, the Winter Gardens is certain to have a venue which will suit it perfectly. However, the success of your event is not assured by the quality of the venue alone - our experience in providing imaginative tailored solutions and expert advice will help you achieve the results you are striving for. From retail to trade and regional to national, the Winter Gardens is one of the north wests leading exhibition venues, hosting over 40 events and welcoming more than 400,000 visitors annually. A choice of versatile and flexible venues provide the ideal settings for exhibitions, product launches and trade shows of virtually any kind. The 2,600 square metre Olympia is the Winter Gardens very own purpose-built exhibition hall offering unrivalled space and accessibility.

Blackpool Tower - Landmark

Blackpool Tower - Landmark

Distance 1.31 miles (2.1 km)
Blackpool Tower opened on 14th May 1894, with the aquarium existing as a stand a lone attraction from the late 1870's. The tower is 518ft 9inches tall, with the walk of faith at 380ft from street level. The Tower alone contains 2,493 tons of steel and 93 tons of cast iron. The building at the base contains 985 tons of steel and 259 tons of cast iron.
The Tower has a viewing platform at 380ft above the promenade and is reached by a lift or if you are a maintanance worker by 536 steps!
Not for the feint hearted is the 'Walk of Faith' glass floor, a two inch clear panel that looks straight down to the Promenade below.
The 'Walk of Faith' glass floor panel was placed at the Tower top in 1998. The glass floor weighs half a tonne and is made up of two sheets of laminated glass. The 'Walk of Faith' can withstand the weight equivalent to five baby elephants.
To reach the top viewing platform at approximately 450ft you can walk up 2 flights of stairs.
The present Ballroom was designed by Frank Matcham and opened in 1899. The Ballroom floor measures 120ft by 102ft. It comprises 30,602 separate blocks of mahogany, oak and walnut. The first Wurlitzer organ was installed in the Ballroom in 1929. It was replaced in 1935 with one to Reginald Dixon's specification. The first organ went to the Empress Ballroom at the Winter Gardens.
During the day visit the Ballroom to hear one of the famous organs being played. The Tower Ballroom is the traditional home of the mighty Wurlitzer Organ which rises up through the stage and complemented by the 3 Deck Wersi - the world's most advanced Blackpool Tower Ballroom - The Wurlitzer Organorgan, it includes over 600 sounds in the software, is touch screen sensitive and can create the sound of a complete orchestra.
The Tower Circus is positioned at the base of the tower, between its four legs. The circus first opened to the public on 14 May 1894 and has not missed a season since.

The present interior was designed by Frank Matcham and was completed in 1900.

The circus ring can be lowered into a pool of water and holds 42,000 gallons at a depth of up to 4 ft 6 inches, which allows for Grand Finales with Dancing Fountains. The Tower Circus is one of four left in the world that can do this.
During more than a century of entertainment, the world's greatest circus stars have paraded across its ring. The clown Charlie Cairoli appeared at the tower for 39 years. Britain's best-known ringmaster Norman Barrett worked the ring for 25 years.
Animals appeared in the circus until 1990.
It was planned to close the famous circus at the end of the 1990 season and replace it with an animatronic attraction. Public opinion and the fact the animatronics were not ready meant that the circus continued.
Today, the circus is produced and directed by Hungarian Laci Endresz. A live band (sometimes accompanied by Mooky the Clown) provides all the music for the show, often dynamically syncing with the performers' movements. The circus band play a variety of different songs, usually Latin for the acts. In the winter the circus stages a pantomime instead of the regular show.
The oldest part of the building is the aquarium which was part of Dr Cockers' Menagarie and Aquarium in the 1870s.[1] It was kept open to earn revenue while the tower building went up around it. The aquarium was modelled on the limestone caverns in Derbyshire. It houses 57 different species of fresh water and salt water fish and the largest tank holds 32,000 litres of salt water.[28]
The aquarium closed permanently at the end of the 2010 season and will be completely remodelled to make way for a new "Dungeons" attraction.[29] This is part of the investment by the Merlin Group, who took over the operation of the Tower at the end of the 2010 season on behalf of new owners Blackpool Council

The Blackpool Sixth Form College - University

The Blackpool Sixth Form College - University

Distance 1.56 miles (2.5 km)
We are a high-achieving and friendly College, serving Blackpool and the whole of the Fylde Coast. We offer excellent academic and applied programmes to a wide range of students aged between 16 and 19. Since we became a Sixth Form College in 1988, we have gone from strength to strength and now have over 1900 students on roll. In June 2009, the College completed the second stage of a 15 million development programme, adding to our fantastic facilities and learning environment.