Alton Towers Resort is one of the UK’s most popular family theme parks with a whole host of attractions for kids of all ages. You can book to stay and enjoy one of a range of family breaks at Alton Towers – including staying overnight in the CBeebies Land Hotel, spending a night under the stars in a Star Gazing Pod or splash out on a luxury Treehouse.
Alton Towers is great for younger children and toddlers. You can visit for the day or book an overnight stay and enjoy the attractions for longer. Little ones will love staying in the CBeebies Land Hotel, home to all their favourite characters. Toddlers are well catered for in the CBeebies Land Hotel, each room has a separate area for them and there are also plenty of toddler-friendly features including cots, baby baths, children’s toilet seats and steps for the bathroom. There is also plenty of entertainment which centers around interactive play.
For older kids there is a huge choice of attractions including the Wicker Man which claims to be the world’s most immersive rollercoaster and The Alton Towers Dungeon a hilariously hideous attraction which takes you back in time to explore Staffordshire’s darkest history.
For those who love water rides, the Congo River Rapids offers classic family fun negotiating rushing waters and waterfalls. Or battle your way through shark-infested waters on the interactive Battle Galleons ride – fun for all ages.
When you choose one of the family breaks at Alton Towers you can book your favourite type of accommodation including staying in one of the themed rooms at CBeebies Land Hotel, glamping in a Stargazing Pod, a quiet Woodland Lodge, a luxury Treehouse or the amazing Splash Landings Hotel
CBeebies Land is full of child friendly attractions including the Peter Rabbit Hipperty Hop Ride, the Teletubbies Big Band Show, The Furchester Hotel show, Go Jetters Vroomster Zoom ride, Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure, Postman Pat Parcel Post and Mr Tumbles Sensory Garden, is ideal for younger guests. Combine with an overnight stay in the CBeebies Land Hotel in one of the themed rooms, perhaps In the Night Garden, or Mr Tumbles Something Special Rooms?