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Grand Hotel, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire

Grand Hotel
South Promenade
Lytham St Annes

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The 4 star Grand Hotel in Lytham St Annes stands in its own grounds, offering uninterrupted views of the Ribble Estuary and The Irish Sea. The hotel is an ideal choice both for those travelling on business and for those who want to spend a pleasant relaxing and comfortable holiday. The Grand has forty five superbly appointed bedrooms (all non-smoking) all individually designed with the greatest of detail and thought. Most have 2 metre wide beds and all have fine linen bedding. There are also four individually styled turret rooms, three suites and three penthouses offering spacious accommodation, some with lounge areas and some with balconies that provide unrivalled views of the beautiful coastline. Café Grand is a vibrant and modern all day bar/restaurant with a wide range of beers and wines from around the world. Local specialist suppliers provide most of the ingredients that create the restaurants innovative dishes designed by Richard Webb (Proprietor) & Derrick Holland (Chef Manager) Relaxation is no problem in the hotels Spa. Single level 17metre indoor swimming pool, with Jacuzzi, steam room and pool side bar. For the energetic there is a fully equipped gym with over 20 pieces of the latest Technogym training equipment all with integrated TV.


Ratings/Awards: 4 stars from AA Merit: 76%
Number of Rooms: 45
Number Ensuite: 45
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