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Chessington Resort April Hotel Stay + Breakfast + 2 Day Theme Park Tickets from £41pp (£162 total) 2 adults / 2 children @ Chessington
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Chessington Resort April Hotel Stay + Breakfast + 2 Day Theme Park Tickets from £41pp (£162 total) 2 adults / 2 children @ Chessington

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Posted 9th Mar

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April getaway to Chessington with an overnight stay at the on site resort hotel with breakfast, plus 2 day theme park tickets giving access to Chessington theme Park, Zoo & SEALIFE. Prices from £162 based on 2 adults and 2 children, please see dates listed below. Other combinations also available which work out slightly cheaper, children under 3 go free. Looks a decent price given that if you book the resort accommodation and tickets separately coming up at around £270+.


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What's included


  • Overnight stay in the Resort Hotel which is walking distance from the Park
  • 2 full days in Chessington Theme Park, Zoo and SEALIFE Centre, including the New Land Opening in 2020 & over 1000 exotic animals.
  • 1 hour early ride time exclusive to hotel guests to discover the rides before everyone else
  • Exclusive evening access to the Wanyama village & Reserve where you can see
    lots of animals including Zebra, Porcupines, meerkats & many more
  • Exclusive evening access to real-life monkeys for the children to climb around with them on AMAZU Treetop Adventure.
  • Access to the Immersive Savannah Splash pool, 15 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa pool and gym.
  • Hotel entertainment including off duty keepers club for the kids, movies, Animal & character meet & greets.
  • Buffet Breakfast
  • FREE Parking for both days


Dates & Prices

Below dates and price listed based on 2 adults and 2 children (other combinations available which work out less)

  • April 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 - £162
  • April 1, 2 - £170
  • April 19, 20, 24 - £210
  • April 3, 5, 8, 9 - £232
  • April 6, 7, 13, 15, 16, 17 - £247





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mymymy09/03/2020 18:27

Too many people 😬


it'll be dead. best time to visit
And if somebody in the hotel gets unwell 🦠 you get at least another 2 weeks bolted on for free but with no park access 😷
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Too many people 😬
mymymy09/03/2020 18:27

Too many people 😬


it'll be dead. best time to visit
Good luck
And if somebody in the hotel gets unwell 🦠 you get at least another 2 weeks bolted on for free but with no park access 😷
superstarbj111/03/2020 06:09

And if somebody in the hotel gets unwell 🦠 you get at least another 2 …And if somebody in the hotel gets unwell 🦠 you get at least another 2 weeks bolted on for free but with no park access 😷


Pool access?
Going on holiday somewhere in this country is no different from going to the shops or work. I don't see why people are cancelling...
lastjunkie09/03/2020 19:54

it'll be dead. best time to visit



From my experience, when it’s dead they understaff and shut slot of rides/outlets.

We had Merlin passes 2 years ago and were really disappointed. Everything we went off peak they had the park partially running. Defeating the point of having the bloody passes :/
Edited by: "Mentos" 11th Mar
Tomault11/03/2020 07:34

Going on holiday somewhere in this country is no different from going to …Going on holiday somewhere in this country is no different from going to the shops or work. I don't see why people are cancelling...


A lot of us are working at home already
It's a really good deal.

I was actually planning on taking my kids to Chessington during the Easter holidays, but I'm having second thoughts now.
Check the terms before booking to ensure you get a refund if it ends up getting closed due to coronavirus.

Whilst unlikely you don't want to be caught out if they have the words "in the event of reasons beyond our control refunds will not be issued" that some places sneak in.
Tomault11/03/2020 07:34

Going on holiday somewhere in this country is no different from going to …Going on holiday somewhere in this country is no different from going to the shops or work. I don't see why people are cancelling...


Shops and work are a necessity.
superstarbj111/03/2020 06:09

And if somebody in the hotel gets unwell 🦠 you get at least another 2 …And if somebody in the hotel gets unwell 🦠 you get at least another 2 weeks bolted on for free but with no park access 😷


Mentos11/03/2020 08:12

From my experience, when it’s dead they understaff and shut slot of r …From my experience, when it’s dead they understaff and shut slot of rides/outlets.We had Merlin passes 2 years ago and were really disappointed. Everything we went off peak they had the park partially running. Defeating the point of having the bloody passes :/


If you have the pass you can just keep going back.
Doesn't matter if you only do a few things each visit.
Just chill and have fun.
I love the passes for that. Removes all the stresses and disappointments.
MonkeyH15/03/2020 20:22

If you have the pass you can just keep going back.Doesn't matter if you …If you have the pass you can just keep going back.Doesn't matter if you only do a few things each visit.Just chill and have fun.I love the passes for that. Removes all the stresses and disappointments.



That was the plan. We had them a few times several years ago when my in-laws and wifes friends were starting to visit after we got married. Didn't work out much more expensive then paying for the sights and we got to use them for the rest of the year. Eventually everyone had seen all the Merlin sights, so we didn't get them anymore.

It was only 2 years ago when my daughter turned 3 we got them again, thinking she could enjoy the rides/etc at that age. I work for myself, my wife works part time and we don't live far from the parks so we went off peak. It was a massive disappointment.

After several visits to Legoland we gave up. Most days it was rammed. On the days you got lucky and it was quiet they shut lots of things down. Meaning despite being significantly less people there were still long queues for F&B and the few decent rides that were open.

Chessington was a bit better, but still a disappointment. Again they only opened everything and fully staffed when the park was full. Off-peak times lots of things were closed and they were short of staff. It took an hour to get bloody doughnuts for example. Only a couple of outlets were open. The staff broke one of the machines after queuing and sent everyone to the other shack.

Can't comment on Thorpe park as not much for her age group there.

The London attractions were ok, but have limited repeat value. Sea Life was probably the best in that respect as it provides some quiet time during a day out in London.

I appreciate what you're saying and I would have agreed with you in the past as we made good use of the passes off peak. But after our experience 2 years ago it was a waste of time and money. The off-peak days there simply wasn't enough to make it worthwhile and you still ended up queuing :/ Peak we actually just walked out of Lego land after realising it would take 2 hours to even get a bite to eat.

I said to my wife we'd have been better off forming an orderly queue in our garden for a few hours and setting fire to the money. At least we would have avoided the traffic home.
Edited by: "Mentos" 15th Mar
Mentos15/03/2020 21:22

That was the plan. We had them a few times several years ago when my …That was the plan. We had them a few times several years ago when my in-laws and wifes friends were starting to visit after we got married. Didn't work out much more expensive then paying for the sights and we got to use them for the rest of the year. Eventually everyone had seen all the Merlin sights, so we didn't get them anymore.It was only 2 years ago when my daughter turned 3 we got them again, thinking she could enjoy the rides/etc at that age. I work for myself, my wife works part time and we don't live far from the parks so we went off peak. It was a massive disappointment.After several visits to Legoland we gave up. Most days it was rammed. On the days you got lucky and it was quiet they shut lots of things down. Meaning despite being significantly less people there were still long queues for F&B and the few decent rides that were open.Chessington was a bit better, but still a disappointment. Again they only opened everything and fully staffed when the park was full. Off-peak times lots of things were closed and they were short of staff. It took an hour to get bloody doughnuts for example. Only a couple of outlets were open. The staff broke one of the machines after queuing and sent everyone to the other shack.Can't comment on Thorpe park as not much for her age group there.The London attractions were ok, but have limited repeat value. Sea Life was probably the best in that respect as it provides some quiet time during a day out in London.I appreciate what you're saying and I would have agreed with you in the past as we made good use of the passes off peak. But after our experience 2 years ago it was a waste of time and money. The off-peak days there simply wasn't enough to make it worthwhile and you still ended up queuing :/ Peak we actually just walked out of Lego land after realising it would take 2 hours to even get a bite to eat.I said to my wife we'd have been better off forming an orderly queue in our garden for a few hours and setting fire to the money. At least we would have avoided the traffic home.


That's a shame you had that experience.
I've not had one the last year, but didn't really experience anything like that.

We did always take our own food, so never had that specific issue.

😔
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