Alton Towers Resort Ticket & Hotel Deals
Alton, Staffordshire, ST10 4DB.
- The UK's most popular theme park
- Includes entry to CBeebies Land for the little ones
- Over 50 rides and attractions
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- Perfect for thrill-seekers
- CBeebies Land entry included
- Experience The Wicker Man - new for 2018!
- Plenty of shops and places to eat, including a Rollercoaster Restaurant
About Alton Towers Resort
With adrenaline-fuelled rollercoasters, virtual reality rides and an abundance of other exciting attractions, an Alton Towers Break should be top of your list for your next, fun-filled trip away. The Resort is home to a plethora of classic- and world-first rollercoasters; from extreme G-forces on the legendary Nemesis to Oblivion’s famous vertical drop, and from the 14 loops on The Smiler to the intense speeds on Rita, there are plenty of rides for kids and big kids alike to enjoy at this popular UK attraction. Younger guests will love exploring CBeebies Land as they can meet some of CBeebies’ most popular characters, as well as discover the exiting rides and attractions. This area includes existing favourites including Postman Pat Parcel Post and the In the Night Garden Magical Boat Ride as well as The Furchester Hotel Live Show and Go Jetters Vroomster Zoom. There’s so much to do at Alton Towers Resort as it boasts over 50 rides and attractions, and even features its own on-site Rollercoaster Restaurant.
What Makes Alton Towers Hotel Breaks Super
Alton Towers Resort is the perfect day out for all the family. Whether you love big rides and thrills or you want a fun day away with the family, the theme park has plenty to offer.
New for 2019
The Alton Towers Dungeon
The grizzly and gruesome dungeon attraction opens at Alton Towers for 2019…
The Alton Towers Dungeon will be the sixth of its kind to open in the UK. The attraction takes inspiration from the scary and often gruesome stories that have taken place in dungeons over the years. It’s the perfect for those who get a kick from all things horror.
Scarefest for Halloween 2019
This unmissable event takes place on selected dates in October/November 2019 when the resort co Halloween...
Think you’re brave enough to face this year’s terrifyingly fantastic Scarefest event with spooks, frights and thrills for everyone? Open until late so you can enjoy your favourite rides after dark.
102 Star Gazing Pods
An enchanting camp for 2019 where you can sleep under the stars...
Located next to the Enchanted Village, at the South East corner of the Resort, you’ll find a camp of 102 Pods offering the most affordable way to stay at Alton Towers Resort. Each pod contains one double and two single beds. They also have heating, charging points and WiFi, as well as under-bed storage and a small terrace.
Alton Towers Resort Reviews
Ruined by queues
Stay Date: 02/2019, ct962016 wrote this review.
We went on a Friday so expected to miss the usual queuing madness. Didn’t happen. We arrived as it opened so went straight to air and nemesis (the queue for wicker man was packed) and got straight on which was great! We then went on 13 queued for 15 … See more
We went on a Friday so expected to miss the usual queuing madness. Didn’t happen. We arrived as it opened so went straight to air and nemesis (the queue for wicker man was packed) and got straight on which was great! We then went on 13 queued for 15 mins which was also great. Then went to the smiler, queued 90 minutes because it broke down while we were past half way in the queue. However the smiler is a great ride and longer than the others. After this we queued minimum 50 minutes for everything, which spoiled it especially as it was cold. We even queued half an hour for the roller restaurant which was something new but you were sat right next to other people which I didn’t like and half the things on the menu they didn’t have. Rides are great but they need more. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2019, Amandaot86 wrote this review.
Nice hotel regards to cleanliness and friendliness, however we are currently staying in the Alton Towers hotel at present and we are quite disappointed that we have to book every meal, which means we are restricted to activities to accommodate meals,… See more
Nice hotel regards to cleanliness and friendliness, however we are currently staying in the Alton Towers hotel at present and we are quite disappointed that we have to book every meal, which means we are restricted to activities to accommodate meals, if we don’t go we can’t get fed. Bar and restaurant is cashless, again not so bad, but we have nothing but sterling with us. Also the Alton Towers resort includes a Cbeebies land hotel that we can’t access as we are not staying there. While deciding if this was the trip for our family, the resort had so much to do, then when we get here to find the themes park is closed and we can’t access the cbeebies hotel even though it is part of the resort, which is very disappointing to my young child. None of which is stated on the Alton Towers website. Would have to seriously consider if we are to return again Collapse
Family day off
Stay Date: 02/2019, olesvicky5 wrote this review.
Finally got a day off together with the family and had a fantastic day here. The kids had a lovely day, aur is just fanastic
Finally got a day off together with the family and had a fantastic day here. The kids had a lovely day, aur is just fanastic Collapse
Fun day but long ques
Stay Date: 09/2018, lexijett wrote this review.
We did have a great day at Alton towers despite only actually going on five rides. But I wouldn’t go again. Blackpool pleasure beach is a lot less money rides are just as good and you can get on them 2-3 times as ques aren’t as long. If the ticket p… See more
We did have a great day at Alton towers despite only actually going on five rides. But I wouldn’t go again. Blackpool pleasure beach is a lot less money rides are just as good and you can get on them 2-3 times as ques aren’t as long. If the ticket prices were lower I’d consider it. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, louisegough5936 wrote this review.
As always Alton Towers never fails to delight our children and the adults of our family. The rollercoasters are exceptional and hosts some on the best in the country. Something for All ages. If you are a thrill seeker you will not be disappointed, we… See more
As always Alton Towers never fails to delight our children and the adults of our family. The rollercoasters are exceptional and hosts some on the best in the country. Something for All ages. If you are a thrill seeker you will not be disappointed, we visit year after year. Looking forward to visiting again in May this year Collapse
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