We had booked a standard room in June for my husband and our two year old little girl. We were delighted to find our room had been upgraded to the new Moon Landings room. It was themed throughout and was spotless. We even had a lovely view of fields and pheasants. The breakfast was a little basic and there were no children's breakfast items such as petit filous but other than that it was fine. We ate at Flambos all you can eat which was excellent value with good quality food. We also ate at The Secret Garden which although the food was of good quality, the staff were over worked and not particularly helpful. The park itself was amazing as always and cbeebies land was very popular with my little one, just magical! The queues were minimal as it was during the week so we did everything we wanted to do. Overall our trip was lovely and I would definitely book to stay at the hotel again!
- 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
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- Also Known As:
- Alton Hotel Tower