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 - featuring two new attractions for 2017!
- 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, and it also welcomes two brand-new attractions in 2017; 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.
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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 2018: Wicker Man at Alton Towers Resort
Alton Tower's latest ground breaking roller coaster, Wicker Man, the globally unique rollercoaster experience fusing wood and fire is due to open in Spring 2018.
Wicker Man incorporates a giant, flaming Wicker Man who stands six-stories high and the wooden track will race through the flaming structure of the Wicker Man three times. Wicker Man is the UK’s first new wooden rollercoaster experience in 21 years.
Alton Towers Resort Reviews
Very poor and disappointing
Stay Date: 04/2018, Claire C wrote this review.
We visited today for my birthday , the wicker man closed , Rita closed, nemesis closed, oblivion having problems, air having problems , the rapids was like a lazy river , no water falls no one shooting water at you for fun , Alton towers has gone mas… See more
We visited today for my birthday , the wicker man closed , Rita closed, nemesis closed, oblivion having problems, air having problems , the rapids was like a lazy river , no water falls no one shooting water at you for fun , Alton towers has gone massively down hill, they charge over £50 each to get in , the £6 to park, that’s with out all the extras , very disappointed Collapse
Very expensive and many rides closed
Stay Date: 04/2018, Madmaidenman wrote this review.
Alton Towers is a fantastic Theme park with a lot of exciting rides. It seems to get more expensive, rundown and less enjoyable on every visit. We visited on a hot Thursday in April, having travelled for nearly 3 hours to get there. At £55 a ticket a… See more
Alton Towers is a fantastic Theme park with a lot of exciting rides. It seems to get more expensive, rundown and less enjoyable on every visit. We visited on a hot Thursday in April, having travelled for nearly 3 hours to get there. At £55 a ticket and £6 for parking it's not cheap although you can visit for the rest of the season for free. At £7 for a refillable drink (20p extra per refill for full fat coke...sugar tax) with fairly limited refill stations the cost is a bit much but could be reasonable value if shared amongst several. A large number of rides were not running or stopped due to temperature issues: The Wicker man, Rita, 13, Galactica, Battle Galleons, Nemesis and Smiler. We were given complimentary return tickets but with a 3 hour journey and £6 parking not the best compensation. The park itself is very picturesque and can be very good off peak when the queues are less. The level of communication was very poor as we had been queuing for some 40 minutes when the Wicker Man closed. There was one garbled announcement saying the ride was temporarily closed and would reopen shortly but it didn't and there was no further announcement stating the ride was closed for the day...frustrating. This sort of thing tends to happen a lot. Alton Towers needs to get its act together otherwise I don't think I will bother going back! Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, Grace F wrote this review.
Went on a day with nice weather and for that reason we expected queues. But to find out that Thirteen, Rita, Wickerman, Galactica and at various points Nemesis and Smiler were all broken due to 'heat issues' we were very disappointed. Although Alton … See more
Went on a day with nice weather and for that reason we expected queues. But to find out that Thirteen, Rita, Wickerman, Galactica and at various points Nemesis and Smiler were all broken due to 'heat issues' we were very disappointed. Although Alton Towers respected this and provided visitors with a free return ticket upon exit, it doesn't make up for the amount of money it cost to get there, have food etc. Been going to the park for years but can easily say it gets worse everytime I return, looking more run down and tired each time. Extortionate prices for everything and a few staff were very reluctant to help when asked questions for directions. Would not recommend!! Collapse
Too many rides closed because it's too hot. I wish I was joking.
Stay Date: 04/2018, Paul H wrote this review.
I want to be honest from the start. Due to the issues today, Alton Towers gave free return tickets to every visitor as we left, but they shouldn't have to. Ride 1: Wicker man. After getting to the park we headed straight for the Wicker man due main… See more
I want to be honest from the start. Due to the issues today, Alton Towers gave free return tickets to every visitor as we left, but they shouldn't have to. Ride 1: Wicker man. After getting to the park we headed straight for the Wicker man due mainly to its proximity to the entrance. Having heard lots of horror stories about how often it had broken down since it opened, we weren’t disappointed. After standing in the cue for nearly 20 minutes watching only half filled cars go round, it stopped. Another 30 minutes later standing outside on the sweltering April heat (sarcasm) they started sending staff through the cue to tell people "it could be a while before it's fixed, you may want to go on something else". 10 minutes later they starting sending out the cars again....empty...over and over again. Just as we were about to leave the cue, it reopened, barely. The cars were all running with the last 6 seats closed off meaning we had to wait even longer. But finally we got on it, and it was great, but by this time it was 11:45 and the park closes at 4pm. Then we headed for Ride 2: Nemesis....no problems, ran like a dream. Then we headed for Galactica. Similar theme to Wicker man. Lots of waiting...and more waiting....not much happening. Lots of empty cars going around over and over again despite the large cue.. Then we got bored and left the cue and headed for the x-sector. "Lets get the cable car" I said............but we can't because.......Yep, it's CLOSED. Right, a nice long walk it'll have to be. Ride: 4 RITA......CLOSED Ride: 5 Thirteen.....CLOSED Ride: 6 Smiler......Yay it's open. but by this time there were so many people in the cue because everything else was closed it was absolute hell. Ride 7: Oblivion....wow, what can I say? It was open, but I'm not sure if the people running it knew what they were doing. There were 4 cars running, but only one at a time. Once a car had been loaded and all harnesses checked, despite the previous car making it all the way back to the station, the ride operators spent at least 2 minutes walking up and down the platform seemingly doing nothing expect talking, and occasionally allowing the ride to work when they could be bothered, or remembered why they were employed. The wait was shocking. I didn't think it was possible to spend so long waiting in a cue that was only "15 minutes" long, it took over an hr. It must have been running 85% slower than it could have been, total joke. By this point it was 15:20, we'd been on 4 rides, off-peak in April. We managed to get back on smiler now the cue had dropped to very comfortable levels (5 minutes or so), then though we'd try Rita and Thirteen again. Rita was still closed, and Thirteen was now open, although the cue was over 40 minutes long and the park closed in 30. I have been to Alton Towers a lot, and I generally wouldn't complain given how I've never had a bad experience until now (no company is perfect). But when you've had all winter to sort things out, and you're only using half the available capacity on rides with a seemingly full compliment of staff it's not acceptable. Yes I was given free tickets to come back, but I now have to find the time to do so, and I’d rather not. What's more shocking is that the excuse I was given by at least 3 employees was "It's too hot, the rides can't cope in the heat (It was 24 deg C)". Who have you become? Network Rail? Collapse
dirty room, poor dietry offering, mainly the 20% price increase today on rooms!!!!!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Rob B wrote this review.
The title says it all - i was going to book 30th of may last week for £350 for 1 nights stay, today i looked again and the 30th of may has increased by 20%. JESUS CHRIST! WHAT A RIP!!!!
The title says it all - i was going to book 30th of may last week for £350 for 1 nights stay, today i looked again and the 30th of may has increased by 20%. JESUS CHRIST! WHAT A RIP!!!! Collapse
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