5 Things to look for when booking a Hotel near Lytham Festival
With Lytham Festival on 18th-22nd July 2018, you need to make sure that you have somewhere to stay during the 5 days of great music.
With great music on each of the 5 days, you want to make sure that you don’t miss anything. This article is to assist you in finding a hotel for Lytham Festival.
Going to a festival is always exciting, but whether it’s one day or the whole week, you can’t forget to sort out your accommodation. Here are 5 Things to look for when booking a Hotel for Lytham Festival.
The first essential thing you’ve got to have is inclusive free WiFi. You don’t want to stay in a hotel where you can’t stay up-to-date with the latest festival news and have access to our daily updates for the event on our Twitter page. Free Wifi is essential in a Hotel for Lytham Festival. It’s 2018, all hotels should be offering free WiFi, but surprisingly, they don’t.
Gym & Spa / Pool
Another thing to keep your eye out for when booking a hotel for Lytham festival is a Gym & Spa. There’s nothing quite like kicking back and relaxing after a long day of feel-good music, truly the perfect end to a perfect day. You should make sure that the hotel you book either has an inbuilt spa on the premises or has access to one near-by so that you can take full advantage of the facilities.
There are Bar’s located at the festival so you can stay ‘hydrated’ throughout the event, but what happens after? Most people will either want to keep the party going or have a few more before calling it a night. What better place to have a couple drinks than a bar located in the same building as your room? Get yourself a Hotel for Lytham Festival and keep the party going all night.
There’s no getting away from the fact that you’ll be starving at the end of a fun-fuelled day. When booking your hotel for Lytham Festival, make sure that they have a restaurant that serves both hot meals and light snacks to keep you going.
Parking at the event can cost you £20 for an on-the-day spot. Pick a hotel that you can park your car at and is still close enough to have a nice walk down to the festival, giving you an extra £20 to either keep in your pocket or spend on refreshments while you’re there. If you don’t fancy the walk, getting a taxi there and back from a local Hotel will still work out cheaper than the parking fee (unless you book a spot in advance).
Booking a Hotel for Lytham Festival
Now you know what you’re looking for, it’s time to have a look at some Hotel’s to see if they fit the requirements. When booking a hotel in Lytham St Annes for the Festival, you need to look out for two key features: Reviews and Accommodation.
Before you book a hotel in Lytham St Annes for the Festival you’ll want to check the reviews across several booking sites. The first I would recommend would be TripAdvisor. TripAdvisor is great because all of the reviews are from previous guests and can be filtered by specific facilities. Interested in what people think about the swimming pool at The Chadwick Hotel? No problem.
The second website I would recommend for checking reviews would be Google My Business. Simply by searching the hotel name in Google, you will get an information box on the right hand of your screen that shows the location, FAQs, facilities, and reviews. People who are thinking about visiting the hotel can ask questions and previous guests can respond with their experience.
Last but not least, I would recommend having a look at the Facebook page for the hotel. One of the most common places for leaving reviews is directly on the Facebook page. You can filter the reviews by particular words or phrases in order to compare facilities against other hotels.
Single rooms are designed to accommodate a solo traveler. The rooms are usually the same size as a double but will come at a reduced rate.
This option is for two guests sharing the same bed.
Twin rooms are for guests who are sharing a room but with two separate beds.
Family rooms / Triple rooms
A family room will usually consist of either three beds, one large bed and one small bed, or two beds and a sofa bed. You are best checking with the hotel before booking to see what system them follow.
If you’re booking an apartment then you will usually get a fully fitted kitchen with an oven, hob and fridge freezer, and cooking accessories. You will also get a seperate bedroom and bathroom, complete with digital televisions.
Now you know what you’re looking for, here are our HY Hotels that check all the boxes.
Price (Subject to change)
From £63 per night
Price (Subject to change)
From £59 per night
Hotel – From £40 per night
Apartment – From £70 per night
Do you have any questions?
The purpose of this article is to assist you in finding somewhere to stay for the duration of the event and to find the best hotel for Lytham Festival. If you have any questions you can either reach out to us on Social Media or Email me directly.