Alton Towers Hotel (England) Reviews
Description:Address: Alton Towers, Staffordshire ST10 4DB / Tel:08705 001100. / The Alton Towers Hotel offers a unique glimpse ... more
Alton Towers Hotel (England) ... into the wonderful eccentric inventions of Sir Algernon Aloysius Alton. The hotel is situated within Alton Towers and with unlimited Theme Park entrance and access to the Park's brand new Waterpark included in the price of the stay, it is the only way to experience a short break at Alton Towers.
Newest Review: ... store your bags so you can head straight to the park, or soak up the fun in the Splash Landing hotel which is next door. If the room is ready the staff are happy to let you have it earlier. The bedrooms are pretty standard, but you have tv with sky and option to buy movies. It is possible to upgrade to a theme room eg chocolate room, which we seen which would be great for a special occasion, ... more
Customer Alton Towers Hotel (England) Reviews (15)
by - written on 29/09/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
WOW! As a family of 6 we've been to Alton Towers a few times, but had not stayed in the hotel, until now. The drive from Newcastle is about 3hours, and over the years we've stayed in a log cabin, travel lodge, local pub and caravan park, but the benefits of staying in the hotel overshine all of these. As soon as you arrive the parking is free, the reception staff cannot help you enough, and even though you shouldn't have your room till after 3, they will store your bags so you can head straight to the park, or soak up the fun in the Splash Landing hotel which is next door. If the room is ready the staff are happy to let you have it earlier. The bedrooms are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10, updated on 18/04/10 (Very useful, 277 readings)
I have stayed at The Alton Towers Hotel a few times, twice with a group of friends and once with my family. I last booked into the hotel in October 2009, during a Halloween tour of UK theme parks and attractions. Alton Towers Hotel is Alton Tower's original theme hotel. You can get rooms suitable for families, groups of friends and even 'sleep-over' rooms for large groups of kids. The venue has great wheelchair access and generally seems suitable for most people, whatever their circumstances or needs. Aside from the standard rooms, there are theme rooms, which cost a lot extra, but offer a fairly unique experience. Each time I have stayed, I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/09 (Very useful, 467 readings)
I first stayed in the Alton Towers Hotel last year with a works conference, all of the delagtes were split between the two hotels but I stayed in the main Alton Towers hotel. I enjoyed my time here so much I returned with my family for one is their Christmas weekends - what can I say - magical. Undoubtedly expensive (£210 for one night) but if your never going to make it to Lapland consider going here instead. The check-in time is late afternoon but you can arrive earlier in the morning and get going on the attractions. Dinner was included in the price but you need to book a time slot on arrival so the earlier you do this the better as you don't want to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/09 (Very useful, 780 readings)
A week ago today I set off on a mini adventure with my fiancé! The mini adventure was a two day, 1 night trip to the Alton Towers Resort. We were staying in the original Alton Towers Hotel (the Splash Landings hotel was around the same price but more child-orientated) and included in our package were tickets for the Alton Towers theme park and Splash Landings water park for the duration of our stay. The Hotel room itself for bed and breakfast was £128 for the two of us for 1 night; we then used a promotional code from The Sun newspaper which cut 50% off this amount. The theme park entry is usually £36 pp per day but if you book in advance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/08 (Useful, 322 readings)
Stayed at the Splash Landings Hotel in September with my daughter (3 yrs) and my husband. Checked in quickly but room wasn't ready so had to wander around the grounds until it was. The grounds were very well kept I have to say and my daughter enjoyed looking at the ducks and fish in the lake. The room (family) was of a good size with a double and a single bed, it over the looked the gardens at the back which was nice. The room was clean but pretty basic. The food in the restaurants was good, as was the evening entertainment. It was a bit tacky but if you took it all with a pinch of salt then it was very enjoyable!! The breakfast was a particular highlight, with an ... Read the complete review
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