King Size

Our King Size bedrooms have their own unique sleep-in art installation, each by a different artist, a king-size bed, a reading area and a Smart TV as well as dedicated superfast broadband.

They have luxurious en-suite bathrooms with a deluxe rainfall shower.

Moon

“The Moon Room” has been created for you by the artist Adrian Pritchard.

Inspired by the discovery of planets orbiting other star systems known as ‘exoplanets’, Adrian has twinned these discoveries with his own creations to visualise these new worlds like precious jewels. The largest one is Proxima Centauri B.

It has contemporary lighting specially chosen to help you spend the night dreaming of creating your own planet. It also has a super comfy king size bed, Smart TV (that you can mirror your own screens on), a cool sofa that drops flat to be a sofa bed as well as a porcelain tiled bathroom with shiny German and Swedish fittings. Its own dedicated free superfast wifi.

Gallery

“The Gallery Room” has been created for you by Abingdon Studios – Blackpool’s very own artist collective and studios.

It features artwork from 8 artists and has its own changing exhibition programme.

It has simple contemporary lighting and white walls to help you feel like you are sleeping in your own art gallery. It also has a super comfy king size bed, a large Smart TV (that you can mirror your own screens on) as well as a rich blue tiled bathroom with shiny German and Swedish fittings – in case all that white is too much. Its own dedicated free superfast wifi.

Deco Cinema

A memorable and dreamlike cinematic experience from the moment you step through the door. Drawing inspiration from Blackpool’s rich entertainment history, specifically the art deco cinemas of the early 20th century.

Guests can relive the sense of occasion and excitement of a trip to the cinema in the comfort of a contemporary bedroom.

With deco-inspired design features and comfortable and high quality modern projection equipment, settle down for a stay full of cinematic bliss. Soak up the golden age of cinema with decorative vintage pieces from the 1930s and stylish furnishings suitable for the needs of the 21st century visitor.

Use the vintage film editor to look through 8mm holiday films from the 1970s and 1980s, or enjoy the carefully curated themed film library.

Peep Fiction

”Peep Fiction Room” at first glance, is a simple contemporary hotel room with all the comforts you would expect but it has been created with a twist by artist Noah Rose.

Cunningly hidden around the room (and in other locations around the hotel) are a number of stereoscopic photographic viewers exploring the hidden histories of Blackpool, bringing to light the stories of a number of remarkable and curious figures. Peep Fiction has its own artist created book to guide you, but will you find all of the stories?

It also has a super comfy king size bed, Smart TV (that you can mirror your own screens on), wireless phone charger and a small desk to write your memoirs as well as a zingy coloured bathroom with shiny German and Swedish fittings. Its own dedicated free superfast wifi.

Queer

“The Queer Room” has been created for you by Manchester based artist Jez Dolan. The room design is centred around the concept of an LGBT+ / queer space which reflects Blackpool’s national significance and popularity as a home and a destination for LGBT+ people for many years.

All the artwork focuses on queerness, sexuality and identity with centrepiece being a specially commissioned Blackpool ‘Toile de Jouy’ (a particular type of detailed pattern) wallpaper and fabrics.

It has contemporary lighting and furniture with a touch of rococo specially chosen to help you feel a little decadent. It also has a super comfy king size bed, Smart TV (that you can mirror your own screens on) as well as a cool grey porcelain tiled bathroom with shiny German and Swedish fittings. Its own dedicated free superfast wifi.

Soundscape

Choreographer and dancer Louise Ahl has created a bespoke soundscape for this cool contemporary minimalist room called ”Unless we dream, we doubt”.

Multiple speakers built into the room, and even into the bed, create an hypnotic sound installation which focuses on choreographed sound and stories, moving the guest in and out of meditative states. It is a gallery quality immersive experience that you can control for as long or as little as you desire.

It is an accessible room with an en-suite wet room with cool grey porcelain tiles and top of the range chrome rails and support bars. The king size bed is super comfy, and the Smart TV allows you to mirror your own screen as well as the usual channels. It has its own dedicated superfast wifi.

Lumiere Cinema

“The Lumiere Cinema Room” is a spacious bedroom that has been created by the artist Lumiere in a contemporary art deco style with a huge cinema screen, HD projector and enhanced sound.

It has specially chosen furniture and wallpaper and 1930s style wall lights to help you spend the night dreaming of being the star in your own movie premiere. It has a small selection of specially chosen movies but feel free to bring your own DVDs or plug in your own device to watch your favourite.

It also has a super comfy king size bed, Smart TV (that you can mirror your own screens on), as well as a porcelain tiled bathroom with shiny German and Swedish fittings. Its own dedicated free superfast wifi.

Welcome Inn

WARNING! This room is deliberately awkward (but fun) to stay in.

It has been created by the artist Christopher Samuels to give visitors a taste, with a strong sense of humour, of what it is like to face access barriers, as disabled people regularly do, across the UK hotel network. Everything in this room functions – but not as easily as it should – as you will enjoy finding out. Chris uses an electric wheelchair and he cannot get into the room he has designed so it is definitely NOT suitable for people with restricted mobility.

It has a super comfy king size bed (if you can get into it), a Smart TV (that you can mirror your own screens on), and a small desk to write your letter of complaint to the hotel manager on, as well as a zingy coloured bathroom with shiny German and Swedish fittings. Its own dedicated free superfast wifi (which does actually work).

Comfortable

“The Comfortable Room” has been created with care by the artists Jenny Gaskell and Lisa Mattocks as a ‘place of wonder, a place to dream.’

It is particularly aimed at those who need a rest – rest from work fatigue, life fatigue or chronic pain. The specially curated objects around the room and the full wall projection film are aimed at giving you as comfortable and pleasing a stay as possible.

It is an accessible room with an en-suite wet room with cool grey porcelain tiles and top of the range rails and support bars. The double bed is super comfy and motorised, there are electrically operated curtains and remote-control mood lighting so you can enjoy your break without even having to leave your room.