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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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.
- Perfect for thrill-seekers
- CBeebies Land entry included
- Brand new Teletubbies show with the chance to ‘meet and greet’ the Teletubbies following the performances
- Plenty of shops and places to eat, including a 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
Merlin pass holders
Stay Date: 04/2019, maria b wrote this review.
We couldn't fault it this Easter. Not overly busy. Easy to park. Wait times usually under 30 mins big rides only 15 in alot of cases. Our best visit to date. Lots of toilets and good food options. Beautiful weather and good security
We couldn't fault it this Easter. Not overly busy. Easy to park. Wait times usually under 30 mins big rides only 15 in alot of cases. Our best visit to date. Lots of toilets and good food options. Beautiful weather and good security Collapse
2 day trip
Stay Date: 04/2019, jonathantakel wrote this review.
Its is just great, best theme park in the country, rides are amazing for all ages, we were from 50 down to 8 years old and we all went on the same rides.
Its is just great, best theme park in the country, rides are amazing for all ages, we were from 50 down to 8 years old and we all went on the same rides. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2019, CoxieandBaggy wrote this review.
We have stayed at Alton Towers a few times over the years, starting when our kids were very young. The youngest is now 16 and so our last visit (two nights in Splash Landings) was great for the early park entry and constant roller coasting.The Platin… See more
We have stayed at Alton Towers a few times over the years, starting when our kids were very young. The youngest is now 16 and so our last visit (two nights in Splash Landings) was great for the early park entry and constant roller coasting.The Platinum Fastrack is brilliant, walk straight onto any ride as many times as you like. At £100 per person it's not cheap, but if you don't want to spend all day stood in queues it's a must! The big rollercoasters are fantastic and Hex is great. Splash Landings hotel is very much geared towards families with very young kids but you can access the Alton Towers hotel bar and restaurant too. All the staff are friendly and helpful. Hotel bars are cashless, pay by phone, card or charge to room. A few tips... pre book breakfast early to take advantage of the early park entrance. Go to breakfast before your allotted time as everyone has to wait in a long queue, even if you've pre booked. Don't wait for the monorail to start in the morning, take the 15 minute walk and arrive at the park gates for the 9.15am early entry. A couple of the big rides and the kiddy area are operating from 9.30am, this is a really quiet time with no queuing. Pre book a time for dinner (Garden restaurant in Alton Towers hotel is better than Flambo's buffet in Splash Landings) but don't expect high quality food! Collapse
Park and stargazing pods stay
Stay Date: 04/2019, Croft09 wrote this review.
We had a fantastic day at Alton towers, CBeebies wasn’t quite as good as expected but there are other parts of the park for the little ones which is good. Good live queue times although not always quite accurate. Think they could have a way to let th… See more
We had a fantastic day at Alton towers, CBeebies wasn’t quite as good as expected but there are other parts of the park for the little ones which is good. Good live queue times although not always quite accurate. Think they could have a way to let the children out the queue though incase they decide to need the toilet in the hour wait (which they inevitably do!) The park surprised me by how clean it was, very well maintained and all the staff were really lovely they must be treated well as the customer service didn’t dip at all in the 2 days we were there. Don’t mind waiting in queues for rides monorail etc you expect that, however when it came to the evening/next morning it ruined our experience as we had to queue for everything!! A sign at the stargazing pods said reception shuts at 12, so we walked even further to check in at the enchanted forest, queued, to be told no it is open!! So had to walk back again, we’d already walked 7 miles around the park and the kids were shattered it wasn’t fair. Queued to check in and check in took ages, they tell u SO much information which is unnecessary, you’re tired and just want to get into your pod, but they keep going on and on, this information really should just be on a leaflet to hand out. The lady (who was lovely) even apologised for how much info we were getting! Got into our pods which are lovely! Didn’t think we would sleep on the thin beds but they’re actually very comfortable, pods very well insulated we were very warm and keep most of the sound out. Toilet block was clean but nowhere near enough for site and never any toilet roll, some toilets were blocked and the water was FAR too hot- the kids couldn’t even wash their hands in it let alone brush their teeth. There is a water fountain outside so take a cup with you to get some cold water and take it in to the sinks! Another downside in the pods is the lighting covers the whole pod- so if the adults want the light on in the double bed area it switches very bright lights on in the front (kids bit) too. So advisable to take a nightlight or torch with you! We were told that all restaurants were fully booked until 930pm, and only the buffet was open. Fine but wish we had been told at time of booking to book in to a restaurant. So then had to walk ages to the food, severely lacking directional signs to the different restaurants etc as got lost a few times! Then had to queue 20 mins just to get in to the buffet (Flambos jambos). The youngest was literally falling asleep on the floor at this point! Got in and it was absolutely chaos, no one knew where to queue for food, it was manically busy and the staff looked completely overwhelmed (but again, gave fantastic service) so we queued AGAIN to get our drinks and AGAIN to get our food which unfortunately was very poor quality and not cooked well at all, wasn’t the cheapest of buffets for the quality! I think that they haven’t thought about the infrastructure of opening these pods where another potential 480 guests are staying per night. Curfew of 10pm but the evening entertainment which we were right next to went on til 10:30, luckily the kids were so shattered they slept through it. All 3 of the kids took a nose dive at some point as even though the pods and site are brand new they haven’t laid the floor properly and all 3 tripped over!! Ending up in lots of tears. Next morning we got up and fancied a cuppa- queued 15 minutes to be told the till isn’t an actual till and they can’t taken money!?! So nowhere to get a hot drink. We got ready and went back for our complimentary breakfast, yes you guessed it we had to queue AGAIN - 45 minutes!! Absolutely ridiculous. All to get a cuppa and a breakfast roll, asked to make a change on the vegetarian one as cannot stand mushrooms to be told no they’re all pre prepared and microwaved threw it straight in the bin after one bite. The sausage rolls between adult and kids were a bit hit and miss. We headed off to the water park for the day and absolutely no complaints there- absolutely fantastic! Will do a separate review for the park so this score is just for the park and the pods (pods don’t have a separate review page yet). Collapse
Another year another visit
Stay Date: 04/2019, Godscrasher wrote this review.
Another season pass bought and this year operations on the park were outstanding. Great to see all rides and attractions operating smoothly and staff going that extra mile for a smile. two negative comments that stop this from again being a 5 star r… See more
Another season pass bought and this year operations on the park were outstanding. Great to see all rides and attractions operating smoothly and staff going that extra mile for a smile. two negative comments that stop this from again being a 5 star review. Street entertainment is only available (or seen), at the end of the day. This should be available throughout. Now TV is everywhere and is hassling you to take one of their boxes all day while strolling around the Theme Park, then again right at the end they assemble en masse at the other end of the turnstiles to catch everyone leaving the park. Get rid of these Alton please. Collapse
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