Stayed here over the Halloween period. Had a fantastic deal at £99 for one night accom with breakfast, entrance into the park itself and 4 fast tracks. Overall, the hotel is beautiful. Fabulous rooms with very comfy beds. The room as was the rest of the hotel absolutely spotless. Fantastic entertainment in the bar, and mildly surprised how relatively inexpensive the drinks were for a hotel bar. Access to the park is a lovely walk through the woodlands at back of hotel which brings you out by Nemesis attraction. It takes about 10 minutes, or there is a monorail outside the sister hotel Splash Landings. The minus points were, long queue in the morning for breakfast, breakfast foods not being replenished so lengthy wait. It was pandemonium in there. Also, at checkin on night before we were told to collect our park tickets from reception the following morning, only to be told at reception on collection that we had to go to Splash Landings. This was, after waiting in a lengthy queue of people checking out. I understand that it was a Sunday night, however, it was half term, and the hotel was not staffed adequately at reception for the amount of guests in there. I wouldnt want to be staying there during the summer months thats for sure. Overall, a lovely hotel and fab time enjoyed by all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This unique hotel is themed around the incredible explorer Sir Algenon, who has made the Alton Towers Hotel his home. There are plenty of fun and quirky features to discover, including his amazing flying ship which has crash landed right in the middle of the Hotel. Wake up in our explorer-themed bedrooms, ready for your next adventure! Our Secret Garden restaurant offers a delicious brasserie style menu, and the evening entertainment is perfect for all ages.Whichever hotel you are staying in at the Alton Towers Resort, you can choose to eat in any of the restaurants and drink at any of the bars. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Alton Hotel Tower