Splash Landings Hotel (Alton Towers) Reviews
Description:AltonTowers / Alton / ST10 4DB / England
Newest Review: ... meant we lost one day in the park, although the staff were really nice about it and said we could take our extra day on the Sunday, although we never took them up on this, as it would have meant an extra night in the hotel. Check in at the Hotel is nice and easy, and the staff are really cheerful and friendly, giving you all the information you need. When you walk to your room, you have a ... more
Customer Splash Landings Hotel (Alton Towers) Reviews (12)
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 658 readings)
For our tenth anniversary two years ago, we wanted do do something a bit special, but we didn't want to exclude the kids. We came up with the idea of spending the night at Splash Landings Hotel, which is part of the Alton Towers Resort, followed by a day at the theme park itself. Splash landings was relatively new when we went, and we had heard good things about it. Friends of ours had been to spend the day at the Waterpark complex within the hotel, and they had been very impressed with the facilities. Booking online is relatively simple. You need to decide whether you want a room only deal, or room and theme park entry. Remember, if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Useful, 187 readings)
One of the best Hotels I have ever stayed in :) The hotel is located right beside the monorail station that takes you to the theme park so it is great for access. There is also a large caroark for residents who drove ot the park. The hotel is themed around an island resort and this is represented in its design featuring fountains, palm tress, bamboo sticks, warm air, tropical elevator music and bright tropical colours. It is all vey relaxing. The hotel features an arcade and a large buffet area with a huge amount of food to choose from at a great price. Delicious! You must book your place here beforefhand! Roomwise, the rooms are also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/09 (Useful, 124 readings)
I have stayed at the Splash Landings hotel a couple of times now only one night at a time, just me and the boyfriend. Even though its family orientated we still have a brilliant time. There are places to eat inside the hotel and you can always wonder to the other hotel. The first time we stayed we booked a table in one of the restaurants but thought it was a bit pricey nice food though. When we stayed we had breakfast included which had a wide variety of food to help yourself to. The waterpark is really fun with an outside pool too, the last time we went the weather was lovely and we were by the outside pool in our swimming gear enjoying a drink, it was like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09 (Somewhat useful, 166 readings)
Before you start reading i would like to start by saying that i am not reviewing the Splash Landings Hotel but the water park. I went to the water park today at Alton Towers with 3 of my mates as a day out and something to do. The water park itself has 3 major water slides The Master Blaster, Rush N Rampage and Flash Floods. Out of the 3 slides i would say only two of them are worth going on and they are The Master Blaster and Rush N Rampage. The Master Blaster is a slide in which you get a rubber ring single/double (although the double has an age restriction) and you are sent at a high speed up and down and around the slide. To be honest this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/09, updated on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 319 readings)
Let me begin with saying that I am not reviewing the hotel but the water park within the hotel. I have not stayed at the hotel only visited it recently on a day visit for the water park. Cariba Creek is the centerpiece to the Splash Landings Hotel at Alton Towers. Just like the theme park I imagine it attracts many people especially during the summer months and increase the number of bookings for the hotel itself. For one adult it costs just £14.00 which is a fair price in comparison to the £38.00 that they charge you to get into the theme park (mind you the theme park has a lot more to offer!) It was something new to the 4 of us who went and we all ... Read the complete review
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