Chessington World of Adventures Resort - Two days in park - On-site hotel +  Breakfast + Early Ride Access from £39.75pp (Based on a Family of 4) - Glamping £149
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Chessington World of Adventures Resort - Two days in park - On-site hotel + Breakfast + Early Ride Access from £39.75pp (Based on a Family of 4) - Glamping £149

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Refreshed 17th May (Posted 17th Apr)
Update 17/5 - offer back on
Chessington holidays currently have a Kids Go FREE / 2nd Day Free offer on with prices starting from £149 (£37.25pp) for Glamping or £159 (£39.75pp) staying in a resort hotel (based on a family of 4)

Wide availability for dates in May & June

Dates include
May 20/21/22/23/24
June 4/5/6/7/11/12/13/14/17/18/19/20/21/24/25/26/27/28


Staying in either the Explorer Glamping Tent or the Resort Hotel prices start from £149 based on 4 sharing and you receive;

  • Amazing onsite overnight stay
  • Early ride time of 9-10 when staying in Resort Hotel
  • Glamping exclusive fastrack between 10-11, including the new Tiger Rock experience
  • Delicious breakfast
  • FREE Parking
  • 2 days entrance to Chessington World of Adventures
  • Amazing evening entertainment

Also Tiger Rock is now OPEN!! Take an exhilarating log flume in NEW Land of the Tiger - get a unique view of the majestic Amur Tigers, before descending a misty waterfall drop, right through the centre of a giant tiger's head carved into an imposing rock.

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Hukkers hol, here we come...

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This may sound like a stupid question but say the check in is at 3pm and you check out the next day at 10am. How does access to the park work around that? As in the two days
Are weekends loads more expensive?
andy18618611 m ago

This may sound like a stupid question but say the check in is at 3pm and …This may sound like a stupid question but say the check in is at 3pm and you check out the next day at 10am. How does access to the park work around that? As in the two days


I assume as for what I did at Disneyland Paris last year - arrive at park opening time, collect tickets to park, but leave stuff in car, then check in later. Next morning, up early, pack, breakfast etc. and check out of hotel but have early access to park?
Rickardo3 m ago

I assume as for what I did at Disneyland Paris last year - arrive at park …I assume as for what I did at Disneyland Paris last year - arrive at park opening time, collect tickets to park, but leave stuff in car, then check in later. Next morning, up early, pack, breakfast etc. and check out of hotel but have early access to park?


Thank you for clearing that up for me makes sense to be fair.
Very limited dates for me, not worth booking if kids at school.
Erm....not that price for actual school holidays...
andy18618614 h, 53 m ago

This may sound like a stupid question but say the check in is at 3pm and …This may sound like a stupid question but say the check in is at 3pm and you check out the next day at 10am. How does access to the park work around that? As in the two days


Arrive on the first day for park opening, you can either leave bags in the car or with hotel reception and enjoy the park all day, check in is from 3pm so if the park closes later (it’s never earlier than 5pm) you can check in later if you want to.

You get your stay overnight then need to be out by 10am, out of the hotel though, not the park so again it’s bags in car early or just leave them with reception, keep in mind you will want to enjoy your breakfast and early park entry so getting bags out early is a good idea.

We stayed in March and took our bags back to the car by 8am, had breakfast and were on park for the 9am entry, all your parking is free, they give you a voucher at check in.

You need to book breakfast, it is free but it gets busy and is time slotted, swimming is the same and so are hotel restaurants if you want a lunch or evening meal, book them a week in advance, you don’t pay for meals unless you turn up and order and you can cancel your table if you change your mind.

Also there is usually entertainment in the evening at the hotel and it’s fun so you might want to book any evening meal you want quite early so you don’t miss it.

I wouldn’t worry about booking a themed room unless you really are that keen on it and want swimming included, we slept and showered in ours and yes it was lovely but there wasn’t much time to truly enjoy it so a basic room is plenty really, if you choose standard you will need to pay £3 per person for swimming though.

We visit a lot but have only stayed over once, get menus from the website in advance and enquire at the hotel about the entertainment schedule for the night of your stay, the inclusive breakfast is very generous too, if you want to eat or drink during the daytime from any of the park food outlets it is cheaper to book meal deals and all day refillable drink bottles in advance, just go to the Chessington food and drink page, hope this helps
Jonnyblock14 h, 51 m ago

Are weekends loads more expensive?


Yes they are, we get a Passholder discount and it is almost double the price at weekends and school hols even with that, hence why we have only done it once lol, it’s a lovely stay though, worth the experience
sham.ahmed18 h, 31 m ago

Erm....not that price for actual school holidays...


It never is I'm afraid. So unfair for families with school going aged kids, especially single parents or lower income families. Not everyone can afford these extortionate rates. Quite disappointing actually.
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