Butlins Skegness Seaside Apartments Reviews – Last Summer we had a fab weekend at Butlin’s Skegness, where we stayed in the lovely Seaside Apartments.
Video Review of the Seaside Apartments Butlins Skegness
These are the highest priced apartments in Butlin’s and with good reason. Before I get onto the decor, let me tell you the other plus points of the Seaside Apartments. To start with they all have fabulous large balconies where the family can sit, eat and play games. We had particularly hot weather when we visited so it was lovely to sit out on an evening after the shows and relax with a glass of wine. It’s also good for people watching!
If you are debating between the Seaside Apartments and the Fairground Apartments you can compare by looking at my Fairground Apartments tour here.
Butlins Skegness Seaside Apartments Reviews
The other great plus point for the Butlin’s Seaside Apartments is that they are very centrally located, so you are very close to all the facilities. The Skyline Pavilion is just a few steps away – the apartments are on the Splash Waterworld side. They are also very close to the Premium Dining too. The apartments are spaciously set out and you have your own entrance (rather than having an entrance veranda where everyone walks by to get to their room, which can be noisy). There is lots of room around the apartments too, and a small play park.
They are very recently refurbished with a modern and bright seaside theme in shades of blue and green. The pictures on the walls are carefully chosen too with some fab vintage scenes of Butlin’s days gone by.
We stayed in a two bedroom apartment. There was a twin room for the children with a central bedside cabinet and open wardrobe.
The shower room.
Our room had a double bed (and this cute towel elephant was sat on it!).
We also had open wardrobes, a room safe and an LCD TV. Iron and ironing board were also provided (but not used!!)
The hallway had coat hanging space and a full length mirror.
Butlins Seaside Apartments Skegness
The kitchen area housed a fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster as well as pots, pans and towels. The kids loved the magnetic ‘pin the tail on the donkey’ game.
There was also table and chairs for four.
In the living area there is a big squishy corner sofa, facing a large LCD TV.
Incidentally, the plug next to the TV has USB sockets for charging all your electrical items. Then there are the large patio doors that lead out to your balcony.
The Butlins Skegness Seaside Apartments are definitely my favourite place to stay. As I mentioned before, I have also reviewed the Fairground Apartments if you would like to compare the two.