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Just look at the those benefits they list as well.
Quirky rooms - knackered old bunk beds more like
Free WiFi - erm, everyone does this
Interactive TV - what is this, the 90s?
Complimentary toiletries - thanks, but even Travelodge and Ibis budget etc do this.
Hairdryer - see above
Tea and coffee making facilities - thanks for the kettle.
While the hotels are an overpriced dive, I for one am extremely happy free fastrack is not being dished out to the detriment of every other paying guest.
First things first of course, this was expensive! Towers has never been cheap but that is 19 years ago. Running it through the Bank of England inflation calculator that is £915 in today’s money.
Fast forward to 2022 and the current price for the same room in Splash, on fireworks weekend with 2 day park tickets and one day Waterpark is *drum roll* …£851.
Depressing.Totally agree with the above posts. Staying in the hotels was an unique experience with lots of benefits
Premium dining in secret garden with staff dressed as gardeners and Angus steak burgers on offer
Table service at the bars - yes, the bars, both of them in ATH
Exclusive use of the pool/ water park
Early ride time of 1 hour at the start of the day
Woodland walk direct into the park
Great evening entertainment with singers and a decent band and prior to that comedians
Teddies and colour changing kettles in the room. Molton brown toiletries in ATH when it opened
No large single sex groups ie no stag or hen parties
Back pack full of colouring books, pens, activity pads and a book full of discount vouchers to use in the park
A decent breakfast and high quality service throughout the hotels
Good housekeeping with clean well equipped rooms.
A decent around the world buffet in Splash when it opened
I used to LOVE staying in the hotels it was so magical. I didn’t mind paying a bit more to get all the perks and know I was staying somewhere special. I see no benefit now to staying in the hotels over staying in the excellent Chained Oak just down the road. Nothing for me justifies the price of the hotels anymore not even the convenience of staying on site. It’s so sad.
If Premier Inn announced an ATR takeover I think we’d all breathe a sigh of relief. On the booking page they could also have extra add ons such as discounted one shot fast tracks (availability within reason) and pay in advance discounted pizza pasta etc)which would boost sales.The frustration also stems from it clearly not being rocket science to run an acceptable (Premier Inn style) hotel. Travelodge can get a bit...interesting but Premier Inns, Holiday Inns and Village Hotels all seem to offer a consistent standard whereas Towers cannot?
For the price they charge there really is no excuse for all the rooms to have decent air con. You go in the cheapest of cheap Travelodge and they have decent air con. You stay in towers and they give you a fan in the corner of the room.The hotel rooms aren’t much cooler. In fact I wouldn’t be surprised if the vinyls start to melt off the walls in the Splash Landings bathrooms.
For the price they charge there really is no excuse for all the rooms to have decent air con. You go in the cheapest of cheap Travelodge and they have decent air con. You stay in towers and they give you a fan in the corner of the room.