Perched on the Lincolnshire coast, Skegness is one of the UK’s top seaside resorts and has an abundance of attractions that appeal to all ages. Small enough to offer a friendly atmosphere but large enough to provide hours of entertainment for young and old alike, Skegness burst into life in the 1870s with the arrival of the train and soon became the
successful seaside town we know today, also giving rise to it’s best known icon – the Jolly Fisherman. The largest resort on this coastline, Skegness boasts miles of award winning golden sandy beaches plus great attractions along the promenade and seafront. Just a few of the highlights include Natureland Seal Sanctuary and Animal Centre, crazy golf, ten pin bowling, the pier, amusements, not to mention the beautifully landscaped gardens that are the envy of the east coast. Nightlife in the resort is varied with a wide selection of bars and restaurants plus a great choice of entertainment including exciting shows and cabarets.
Enjoying an excellent Central Promenade location, the Savoy is one of the resort’s premier hotels and is an ideal base to explore many local attractions including the wonderful golden beach, the Embassy Theatre and tournament standard bowling greens. One of Skegness’ largest hotels, the Savoy offers 48 stylish bedrooms, all furnished to a very high standard and fully equipped with full en-suite facilities, flat screen digital televisions, electric radio/alarm clocks, hairdryers and hot drink selection. One of the most outstanding attractions at the Savoy Hotel is the excellent dining facilities in the beautiful sea front restaurant where experienced chefs have earned an exceptional reputation for providing sumptuous home cooked, traditional food using only the finest of Lincolnshire produce. Enjoy a drink and meet new friends in the contemporary Savoy Lounge and Bar and relax in comfort to live professional entertainment during the holiday season. The lift serves two floors (unfortunately the lift is unable to accommodate a wheelchair with a seated person).