The Kings Cross Hotel

Whether you're a family a couple or group, the ideal holiday starts at The Kings Cross Hotel, where we offer not only cosy and comfortable accommodation but a real commitment to fulfilling the needs of our guests.


Please call us direct if you are a large group booking. 


Our Rooms Include:

All En-suite Rooms

Full Central Heating with Digital Room Control


Flat Screen TV`s

USB Charging Ports

Free Wi-Fi (signal can vary)

Premium Bluetooth Audio *some rooms

Clean Towels


We have single rooms, double rooms, triple rooms, quadruple rooms and family rooms.


licensed bar

The bar is always open we have a 24 hour license, just ring the bell. (really late hours subject to staff on duty)



affordable drinks

Huge choice of beers, soft drinks and spirits with many at really low prices.




The bar lounge is a nice escape, come in and have a drink whilst you enjoy sports on TV, your favourite soap or our huge collection of diverse music videos from all genres, the bar lounge creates a great atmosphere which adapts to your needs, groups have fun, couples relax and families feel connected. The bar also offers a great range of snacks and chocolates.


continental breakfast

Continental breakfasts will be discountied from July 2020.



cooked breakfasts

Huge choice of cooked breakfasts available at an extra charge, however this will be changing to American style breakfasts from July 2020.



history of the hotel

The Kings Cross Hotel was built in 1897 and was built as a purpose built hotel, for over 100 years this hotel has welcomed guests from not only the United Kingdom but from all over the world.

During this time the name may has changed a few times but the warm welcome and great memories of Blackpool never have.

The guests present and past are of all ages, we have new young couples and families just starting their journeys and we have some great grand guests that have been coming for over 40 and 60 years and each one of them have some great stories to tell about how much has changed at the hotel, it is a great honor when they come as the young guests love to hear their stories as much as we do.

In the olden days the hotel was lit by gas lighting and the rooms were not en-suite, so as can imagine using the same shower room and toilets this day and age with other guests would seem odd, we are told that at breakfast time 50 years ago the landlady would ring a bell and you had to be quick to get it, eat up and get out as getting the rooms prepared for the next set of guests back then took much longer.


Picture gallery: a look round our guest house

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