Bargain - Thorpe park stay at Shark Hotel PLUS 2 days tickets + fast-track until 11am + Breakfast + Free Wi-Fi & parking & More from as little as £33pp (Based on 2A & 2C)
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Bargain - Thorpe park stay at Shark Hotel PLUS 2 days tickets + fast-track until 11am + Breakfast + Free Wi-Fi & parking & More from as little as £33pp (Based on 2A & 2C)

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SuperEd
Found 10th FebMade hot 14th Feb
Ridiculously cheap for Stay in shark Hotel, 1hr unlimited fast-track on rides, free parking, free Wi-Fi, buffet breakfast and continue the fun back at the THORPE SHARK Hotel — spot all the nautical signs on your way to your hotel room and then snuggle up in the evening in front of a classic family film or have a game of Angry Birds - also you'll get £5pp of ''Magic Money'' which you can use on the on-site arcades

Example http://i.imgur.com/CTN2TTU.png - loads more dates to be had

You also get:

If you're booking the All Inclusive Package:
Free in-room movie selection upgrade. Choose from a range of fantastic films in your quirky quarters.
Flat screen TV with wide range of digital channels
Movie channels (extra charges apply)
FREE movie — JAWS
FREE WiFi
Tea and coffee making facilities
Air conditioning
Mood lighting
En suite shower wet room

Complete your visit to THORPE PARK Resort with a jawsome night's stay at the THORPE SHARK Hotel. Just minutes away from the Resort's world-class rollercoasters and with tonnes of exclusive extras to enjoy, the THORPE SHARK Hotel is quirkily bite-sized and fintastically convenient for your overnight stay at An Island Like No Other.

Finish up your jam-packed day in the park on your favourite loop the loop before following the trail of fishy features and nautical notices to the hotel's check in cabin. Meet the crew who'll give you everything you need for your stay including Unlimited Fastrack until 11am! Then head through the mouth of the shark to your lakeside, quirky quarters.

Conveniently compact and fintastically unique, your very own THORPE SHARK Hotel room is complete with a double bed, bunk bed and en suite wet room. Chill out in the evening with Free WiFi, TV (complete with films and ANGRY BIRDS game), mood lighting and super comfy beds — it's a room like no other!

Wake up to a delicious hot buffet breakfast at Fin's Bar & Grill the next morning and take a wander round The Dome before heading off on your next adventure!

Unlimited Fastrack offer valid on stays at the THORPE SHARK Hotel when booked as part of a ticket and hotel package. Unlimited Fastrack is valid until 11am on all days apart from the day of arrival. Unlimited Fastrack ticket allows you a reduced queuing time on all Fastrack rides. Fastrack rides include: THE SWARM, SAW — The Ride, Stealth, Storm Surge, Nemesis Inferno, Colossus, Samurai, Vortex, Rush, X, Rumba Rapids, Flying Fish, Detonator.

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Interesting

Wow, tried a date of 7 September and it came up as £109. Heat.

Original Poster SuperEd

valhallablue

Wow, tried a date of 7 September and it came up as £109. Heat.



Bargain

Good spot

Thank you op for this, we love Thorpe Park. Just booked in March for myself and my girlfriend for her Birthday. I think £136 all in for two days of tickets, free parking, breakfast and early entry to the park etc is a really good price. Heat added!

£152 for May half term, which is excellent, how are the queues?

Original Poster SuperEd

Aeschylus

£152 for May half term, which is excellent, how are the queues?



Will be honest, can get very busy at times! I'd advise to jump on all the big rides you want to go on with fast-track to get them out the way so to speak, it'll quieten down nearer the end of the day and you can then go on them again with very little queuing (if you so wish)

Does this include Saturdays?

Original Poster SuperEd

Jonnyblock

Does this include Saturdays?



It does, slightly more expensive depending on dates you choose (just checked 15th April and comes in at £170) - worth having check on others and what works best for you.

2.2% tcb/Quidco too I think.

goonertillidie

It does, slightly more expensive depending on dates you choose (just … It does, slightly more expensive depending on dates you choose (just checked 15th April and comes in at £170) - worth having check on others and what works best for you.



Thanks, booked a Saturday in September for £146.

Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep though...

Jonnyblock

Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep … Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep though...



​op says it's a double bed and a bunk bed

Original Poster SuperEd



As above posted by adhkarzf
Jonnyblock

Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep … Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep though...

Jonnyblock

Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep … Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep though...


Great if both kids are under 12. 3 to 11 charged as kids go free. 12-15 'young adults' charged as adult even though still staying in family room with bunk beds. I have a small 13 year old so wouldn't really be that much of a bargain for us. For family of 4 with 2 kids 11 or under this is a really good deal so heat added even though not for me! (_;)

Ffs just noticed at the top of the "confirmation" page :
There has been a problem making your booking as your selected package is now unavailable. Please call our customer experience team on 01303 490034.

Jonnyblock

Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep … Double adult room, doesn't seem to specify where sprogs will sleep though...


You need to click where it says 2 adults and it gives option to add kids (3-11) and/or young adults (12-15). Adding 2 children or young adults will give u a family room with bunk beds. 12-15 are charged as adults though

helsyd

Great if both kids are under 12. 3 to 11 charged as kids go free. 12-15 … Great if both kids are under 12. 3 to 11 charged as kids go free. 12-15 'young adults' charged as adult even though still staying in family room with bunk beds. I have a small 13 year old so wouldn't really be that much of a bargain for us. For family of 4 with 2 kids 11 or under this is a really good deal so heat added even though not for me! (_;)



Charged as free because over 12s will enjoy the park more.

Great price but my kids are to young for it.

Heat though for the price.

obviously a hell of a lot more during holidays. Over £266 for 2 adults and 1 child for monday 3 april for 2 nights.

The rooms like very snug oO

https://static.wowcher.co.uk/images/deal/189834/58011-travel.jpg

helsyd

You need to click where it says 2 adults and it gives option to add kids … You need to click where it says 2 adults and it gives option to add kids (3-11) and/or young adults (12-15). Adding 2 children or young adults will give u a family room with bunk beds. 12-15 are charged as adults though



That's where it might have ballsed up my order. I rang the number and was told it would cost £180odd, after complaining about the rise she got it down to £158. Would be a good little scam to reject bookings and take calls and sell it for a 10% markup. Or am I just too cynical?

Jonnyblock

That's where it might have ballsed up my order. I rang the number and was … That's where it might have ballsed up my order. I rang the number and was told it would cost £180odd, after complaining about the rise she got it down to £158. Would be a good little scam to reject bookings and take calls and sell it for a 10% markup. Or am I just too cynical?


I like cancellation then deal with telesales and get it cheaper. It's free interpersonal and negotiation skills training. Heat.

No rail on the top bunk, not great for little ones.

Just looked at a video of the hotel and it doesn't look that great,tiny shipping container rooms.Was hoping it was going to be as good as Alton towers accommodation,but sadly it doesn't look like it.

I will vote hot for the price,but no way would I pay any more than that for such a small room.

toonarmani

The rooms like very snug oO



Doesn't look like the top bunk has a guard rail?

Thanks, was looking for somewhere different to go this year - booked for May/June half term for £151.09 for the 4 of us - absolute bargain for two days in the park, buffet breakfast, two days parking and hotel room

I had the misfortune of stopping in this "hotel" a couple of years back. Oh my, I thought I'd wandered onto a set of Mad Max when I first got there, that or a container yard. The rooms are tiny, as in small, as in only room for two to stand up, and that's standing very closely together. The kids had to stay in their beds and take it in turns to get up. Toilet is amazingly small, and when you have a shower as it's a wet room, the water runs into the room itself. Never ever again will I darken the doorstep of the Thorpe Park "hotel".

Breakfast was rather busy, but the fast pass was nice. Now when I go I just stop in a premier inn.

teerex

Doesn't look like the top bunk has a guard rail?



​Or a ladder???

Thanks op. Booked for May half term. But really annoyed by the credit card surcharge. I hate the way companies hide this. So had I read the final page more carefully I could have avoided it, but I don't like the way it is in small print!

I'm actually really disappointed.

While I know I'm only being Petty - I still feel conned - and I'm stupid enough to let something small like an extra £2 spoil things.
Edited by: "gimmeadealplease" 10th Feb

Nice little trip away, hot.

gimmeadealplease

Thanks op. Booked for May half term. But really annoyed by the credit … Thanks op. Booked for May half term. But really annoyed by the credit card surcharge. I hate the way companies hide this. So had I read the final page more carefully I could have avoided it, but I don't like the way it is in small print!I'm actually really disappointed.While I know I'm only being Petty - I still feel conned - and I'm stupid enough to let something small like an extra £2 spoil things.



£2. Really.

valhallablue

Wow, tried a date of 7 September and it came up as £109. Heat.


I tried that date coming up at £190
2 adults 2 children

ANGIE74

No rail on the top bunk, not great for little ones.



It's ridiculous and a deal breaker for me

sparklehedgehog

It's ridiculous and a deal breaker for me



Why not put a parent up there and let your kid sleep in the double bed?!

Stayed here on a weekend in August last year with my gf. Rooms are small but pleasant. Aircon works well. Moody coloured lighting wasn't bad either.

We stayed on a special night where their was a nightclub event and many of the large rides were open at night to the attendees. Well worth considering but those dates probably cost a bit extra.

We arrived early and got on Colossus and Saw within 30 minutes then the park busied up. At nighttime there are virtually no queues. We went on The Swarm 3 times in a row without having to queue again - trying it at the front, back and sitting in some seats they had but in reverse (so you go backwards the whole way). Went on Stealth twice in a row without getting off.

Breakfast was a decent selection and acceptable quality.

About £4 a pint for drinks at the club event. Was expecting worse given that you usually get ripped off at gigs/festivals where you are tied into use of one bar.

If you don't fancy the tiny rooms on offer at the Shark Hotel there are other options....T5 Travelodge at Heathrow actually comes out cheaper for me at £150 for two adults and two young adults in a decent sized room....still only 6 miles from the park.

These rooms are actually modified shipping containers... they do the job, but are certainly very snug. Stayed in one last year with wife and 2 kids. You'll certainly need to 'snuggle' if you want to watch a film together.

That said, it's a pretty good price, and if I didn't have other priorities I'd probably book.

Cameron92 - was it 2015 you went? I only ask as they removed the reverse seats on Swarm before last season started... we had Merlin passes last season and I was gutted, never got to do it backwards

boozie

If you don't fancy the tiny rooms on offer at the Shark Hotel there are … If you don't fancy the tiny rooms on offer at the Shark Hotel there are other options....T5 Travelodge at Heathrow actually comes out cheaper for me at £150 for two adults and two young adults in a decent sized room....still only 6 miles from the park.



6 miles is a long way to walk.

boozie

If you don't fancy the tiny rooms on offer at the Shark Hotel there are … If you don't fancy the tiny rooms on offer at the Shark Hotel there are other options....T5 Travelodge at Heathrow actually comes out cheaper for me at £150 for two adults and two young adults in a decent sized room....still only 6 miles from the park.



We've also stayed there, nice and clean without any noise from planes or the motorway. Don't expect a great view though... the room we had backed on to a little mud patch, where some travelling folk had taken up residence

miikeyblue

These rooms are actually modified shipping containers... they do the job, … These rooms are actually modified shipping containers... they do the job, but are certainly very snug. Stayed in one last year with wife and 2 kids. You'll certainly need to 'snuggle' if you want to watch a film together.That said, it's a pretty good price, and if I didn't have other priorities I'd probably book.Cameron92 - was it 2015 you went? I only ask as they removed the reverse seats on Swarm before last season started... we had Merlin passes last season and I was gutted, never got to do it backwards



Yeah my bad would have been August 2015 for one of the ministry of sound nights.
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