Trades Hotel located at 51-55 Lord St, Blackpool FY1 2BJ, UK

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Shaun Smith

5 Google Rating

I have just moved too Blackpool last year and I have just started calling into the Trades Hotel Neil

5/ 5

I have just moved too Blackpool last year and I have just started calling into the Trades Hotel Neil the Manger is a Great bloke and he is very nice, friendly I will be calling in here again

Scott McMillan

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff and customers, reasonably priced drinks, great place to gonafter the pubs pubs clubs

5/ 5

Friendly staff and customers, reasonably priced drinks, great place to gonafter the pubs pubs clubs have shut as its a 24 hour bar.

Scott Kennedy

5 Google Rating

I’ve stayed there in trades hotel very friendly bar staff cheap fosters bottles beers very nice br

5/ 5

I’ve stayed there in trades hotel very friendly bar staff cheap fosters bottles beers very nice breakfast in mornings Neil is very nice guy like going there chilling out brilliant places

keith oxley

5 Google Rating

I love comming here.The staff are so friendly. The rooms can be a bit hit and miss, but you only co

5/ 5

I love comming here.The staff are so friendly. The rooms can be a bit hit and miss, but you only come here for one thing.

Paul Carter

1 Google Rating

Worst experience ever. Broken toilet seat, shower literally dribbled out. Power went off during the

1/ 5

Worst experience ever. Broken toilet seat, shower literally dribbled out. Power went off during the night to our side of the hotel. No breakfast as no power. Said it was an expensive £40 and the staff/ owner/manager said what do you want me to do about it. Took key and walked away. So rude....

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