May Bank Holiday - £79 for 2 inc 1 days ticket, overnight stay, FREE Parking and breakfast (£124 for 4) @ Thorpe Park
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May Bank Holiday - £79 for 2 inc 1 days ticket, overnight stay, FREE Parking and breakfast (£124 for 4) @ Thorpe Park

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Brilliant price I thought for getting away over the May Bank Holiday. Had a quick search and getting this price on the 6th May.

price includes an overnight stay at the Thorpe Shark hotel, FREE parking, Breakfast the following morning and 1 day entrance into the park Something to note, as the park is closed on the 7th, your park entry is on the same day as hotel stay


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Just a heads up, the "shark hotel" is not really a hotel but a load of shipping containers with beds in which do not offer a great nights sleep. Also the only thing shark about it is the entrance. Not saying it's a bad deal but check the reviews and photo's of the accommodation before you book to make sure it's for you as it's certainly not for everyone.
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denningl4 m ago

Just a heads up, the "shark hotel" is not really a hotel but a load of …Just a heads up, the "shark hotel" is not really a hotel but a load of shipping containers with beds in which do not offer a great nights sleep. Also the only thing shark about it is the entrance. Not saying it's a bad deal but check the reviews and photo's of the accommodation before you book to make sure it's for you as it's certainly not for everyone.


Can confirm this.. we stayed over at the end of March, the day before the park reopened. The container rooms are tiny and the shower floods unless you put a towel down by the door. Also get up for breakfast early otherwise you will miss out as the food is not replenished for ages.
We stayed at the hotel last summer and it truly was an awful experience. I wouldn't ever stay there again.
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Just a heads up, the "shark hotel" is not really a hotel but a load of shipping containers with beds in which do not offer a great nights sleep. Also the only thing shark about it is the entrance. Not saying it's a bad deal but check the reviews and photo's of the accommodation before you book to make sure it's for you as it's certainly not for everyone.
denningl4 m ago

Just a heads up, the "shark hotel" is not really a hotel but a load of …Just a heads up, the "shark hotel" is not really a hotel but a load of shipping containers with beds in which do not offer a great nights sleep. Also the only thing shark about it is the entrance. Not saying it's a bad deal but check the reviews and photo's of the accommodation before you book to make sure it's for you as it's certainly not for everyone.


Can confirm this.. we stayed over at the end of March, the day before the park reopened. The container rooms are tiny and the shower floods unless you put a towel down by the door. Also get up for breakfast early otherwise you will miss out as the food is not replenished for ages.
We stayed at the hotel last summer and it truly was an awful experience. I wouldn't ever stay there again.
FREE parking? Now that's a rarity at Thorpe Park
Awful hotel... would stay well clear
Stopped there last year and it was good, rooms have decent double bed and bunks, TV, decent heating and air con. Only thing was the top bunk was very limited in headroom. Overall great value as long as your aware its compact.
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when going to Thorpe park I recommend staying at one of the nearby hotels, either premier inn or travel lodge should be rather cheap
thanks for all the heads up, i was considering this "deal"
Bloody hell.. Look at those rides.. Lol my wife will force me to them n then I be dead.. Lol no thank u heat added but best to not discuss at home
Seems a cracking deal regardless of hotel quality... ticket prices are FROM £33 an adult, so £66, plus £10 parking = £76. Hotel, plus breakfast for £3.
Aquacadabra11 m ago

Seems a cracking deal regardless of hotel quality... ticket prices are …Seems a cracking deal regardless of hotel quality... ticket prices are FROM £33 an adult, so £66, plus £10 parking = £76. Hotel, plus breakfast for £3.


I agree
I stayed at the hotel last year and found the rooms really comfortable i would stay again
Coming up 375 for me
Just remember like all parks, the real money is made when you get in there. Some queues now are between 1-2 hours during peak times (which is when this deal is). Add in the cost of buying multiple fast-pass tickets into that cost.

If you already know that this is part of the standard hotel fees then by all means go for it. The hotel looks terrible but hey... it gets you into the hotel before other people so that's a perk if you know what you're getting yourself in for.
The rooms in the hotel are compact, but comfortable too and good for the size. However the walls are extremely thin and you can hear EVERYTHING from adjacent rooms (I won't elaborate...)
We've stayed a couple of times and both times not really enjoyed the 'sleep'. As others have said, the rooms are compact to say the least and people are marching past at all hours. Our room actually shook last visit every time someone walked by, and we were the second room up the stairs so had a lot of traffic.
It is a novelty but quite pricey for what you get.
Fast track for an hour the next day is the best thing about staying but in the case of this deal, not applicable if park's closed.
Does this include sausage and egg or is it just the standard one?
Snarf9991 h, 29 m ago

The rooms in the hotel are compact, but comfortable too and good for the …The rooms in the hotel are compact, but comfortable too and good for the size. However the walls are extremely thin and you can hear EVERYTHING from adjacent rooms (I won't elaborate...)



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How dare they? You think couples would have more decency given the numbers of kids staying at the hotel.
You have got to be stark raving bonkers to go to a theme park on a bank holiday
So stay at an awful hotel, at one of the busiest times of the year?

If this sounds like your idea of fun, I'd hate to be in your shoes!
Stay home and have a more relaxing time. If you like being packed like a sardine and effectively pay to queue up then go ahead.
Aquacadabra25th Apr

Seems a cracking deal regardless of hotel quality... ticket prices are …Seems a cracking deal regardless of hotel quality... ticket prices are FROM £33 an adult, so £66, plus £10 parking = £76. Hotel, plus breakfast for £3.


Nobody pays £33 though. Or, at least, nobody ready this site does. Still a great deal if you need to stay overnight.
agree with lots of others we went last year. the "hotel" is awful not comfortable ,,,, either cold or put the heat on and the place goes steamy and wet. wouldn't go back. theme park okay rides fairly good if lived closer would go back to theme park but avoid hotel at all costs
Goodness, the 'Shark' hotel sounds horrendous in warm weather- is it really a metal storage container with no ventilation? I'd rather stay at home.
No they are ok as have air conditioning
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