Stay At Alton Towers for a family of four for £55 inc. Breakfast (poss £52 ish through lastminute and quidco)
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Stay At Alton Towers for a family of four for £55 inc. Breakfast (poss £52 ish through lastminute and quidco)

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Found 13th Jan 2009Made hot 13th Jan 2009
This rate is available for half term, you can book through the alton towers website, or through lastminute.com.

Seems a great rate for a family of four, includes splash landings and alton towers hotel. To book the alton towers hotel you have to go through the alton towers website.

I think they can be booked upto 26th March 2009, Unfortunately Saturday Nights are £110.

Please note Alton Towers Park is not open till 1st march and limited rides during half. Water park is open, but that will cost extra. Pheww, thank god thats posted.

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7% Quidco at Lastminute.com

Original Poster

GAVINLEWISHUKD;4053045

7% Quidco at Lastminute.com



Even better, You star! :-D

Nice find - great value. Heat added.

Still costs to use the waterpark though, any idea how much?

Another £34, bah!

Original Poster

Fozzza;4053061

Nice find - great value. Heat added.



Thanks Fozzza

GAVINLEWISHUKD;4053045

7% Quidco at Lastminute.com



Even better and cute butt. :-)

Original Poster

tek-monkey;4053071

Still costs to use the waterpark though, any idea how much?



think water park is £13 per adult and £5 for kids, but dont qoute me on that

Fozzza;4053077

Even better and cute butt. :-)



Cheers. It's a representation of sadiebabes bottom that she supplied me until I get to see it in the flesh!:whistling:

super deal! all booked in for my £55!!!
Many thanks for that!

Sadly not available for w/c 16th Feb when our kids are on Half term. Great deal though.

Which hotel would i want to stay in please?

Original Poster

Mrs.Z;4053233

Which hotel would i want to stay in please?



I have only stayed in the splash landings, great for kids (and big kids :oops: )

No joy comes up with £245! on the actual alton towers website is there a code?

not bad deal, does this price include entrace to any of the attractions? like theme park, waterpark etc or are they at additional cost?

From what OP has stated, I assumed they meant £55 during half term!

good deal but a con having to pay for the water park given you are staying in the splash landings hotel

not as good as last years deal is it guys?

not as good as last years deal is it guys?



No that really was a good deal - £35 including waterpark entrance. I suspect we won't see such a good deal as that again.

Is the Theme Park open at this time of year?

Seems good value for 2 let alone 4...

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]w/c 16th February is half term. This offer is unlikely to be on during this time. The theme park is open on selected rides during week commencing 16th. Water Park tickets are for 2 days now, which makes it better value. I believe the water park tickets are £14 each.[/SIZE][/FONT]

imortal;4053283

No joy comes up with £245! on the actual alton towers website is there a … No joy comes up with £245! on the actual alton towers website is there a code?



there is an icon on the home page, bottom left

RJBCITY;4053619

Is the Theme Park open at this time of year?



just checked and the theme park aint open till 1st feb

bellows;4053874

just checked and the theme park aint open till 1st feb



so this is just the b&b??

BUMMER ,,, park does not open till March 29th ,, this is just B & B ,, voted cold ,, wouldnt travel all that way just to stay in hotel and go in there swimming pool for a extra £34, + dinner + drinks .. way expensive, not a good a offer as first thought !!!!!!

northernmum;4053474

No that really was a good deal - £35 including waterpark entrance. I … No that really was a good deal - £35 including waterpark entrance. I suspect we won't see such a good deal as that again.



The previous year the deal was ten quid all in.

still think its a decent deal...if there is a family of 4 that want to be in that area for a reason...pity it doesnt include the park though...just been looking at the spa options and their a bit expensive for my liking

highguyuk;4053710

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]Water Park tickets are for 2 days now, which makes it … [FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]Water Park tickets are for 2 days now, which makes it better value. I believe the water park tickets are £14 each.[/SIZE][/FONT]



Where did you get this info from please?

I was looking to book the waterpark on the website and can't see anything about them being valid for 2 days

is it £55 per night?

Mrs.Z;4054103

Where did you get this info from please?I was looking to book the … Where did you get this info from please?I was looking to book the waterpark on the website and can't see anything about them being valid for 2 days



all i can find is £43.00 per family of 4 per day

AGENTBLUE7;4054149

is it £55 per night?



yes indeedy

Escape to the Alton Towers Resort and stay in one of our two … Escape to the Alton Towers Resort and stay in one of our two fantastically themed hotels for just £55 per room! While you are here, why not make your visit extra special? Splash about in our tropical Waterpark, play a-round on our Extraordinary Golf course, or relax in the Alton Towers Spa.*The price includes bed and breakfast for up to four people and is valid Sunday to Friday until March 27th 2009, [COLOR="black"]excluding 14-22nd February 2009.[/COLOR]*£55 offer price may not be used in conjunction with any other offers. An extra charge applies for the Alton Towers Waterpark. Rooms are subject to availability.


Park does not open till 29th march , except minimal rides open for half term (feb 14th-22nd) ( but NOT in offer for £55) (also dont forget some of the rides wil be closed with bad weather ) water park = £43 per day per family of 4 (2ad +2 ch )

bellows;4053874

just checked and the theme park aint open till 1st feb




1st Feb ,,, erm dont think so ,, here is the link for dates of opening

altontowers.com/pag…mes

Voted hot from me. Although can't go as not during holidays, oh well.

no good for half term,seems to be just a few dates at £55

Looked like a good deal, but it's going rate for B&B only really. Park being closed and no entrance to anything makes it cold from me.

sorry ment to put 14th of feb

i was gonna book for the following sunday untill realised no theme park however the price was reduced to 35 pounds as its last min booking so might be worth booking a week or so before u wanna go to maybe get reduced price

Think the OP should change the title, it is misleading - you CAN book for half term, but not at the prices quoted. W/C 16th Feb is half term week, (and the reason that the Theme Park itself is open for that week only), but this offer is NOT available that week. :oops: Voting neither hot nor cold, it's a good price if you just want a night away, but other than that week, you can't visit the Theme park, so a bit pointless for most.

does this inlcude entranced to the rides etc??:?:?
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