Alton Towers Resort is home to the popular theme park that opened in 1980, located in the county of Staffordshire, UK. As well as a theme and amusement park, the resort also has its own water park and two hotels. All of this is nestled against a beautiful backdrop of English countryside and the historic Alton Towers and Gardens.
The park is divided into nine areas. These are Towers Street, Mutiny Bay, Katanga Canyon, Gloomy Wood, Forbidden Valley, X-Sector, Dark Forest, Cloud Cuckoo Land, Adventure Land and most recently, CBeebies Land.
Popular Alton Towers attractions include its largest roller coasters Nemesis, Air, Oblivion, Rita Queen of Speed, Th13rteen and the Smiler. It also contains a wide range of water-based rides such as its Congo River Rapids and The Flume; children’s rides such as Marauder’s Mayhem and Get Set Go TreeTop Adventure, and walkthrough attractions like Hex – The Legend of the Towers and Haunted Hollow.
The Alton Towers waterpark was opened in 2003 and goes by the name of Cariba Creek. It is part indoor, part outdoor park themed as a tropical lagoon. It has a variety of slides, pools and interactive features like water cannons and geysers for both children and adults.
The original Alton Towers hotel opened in 1996, which includes the Alton Towers Spa. It is decorated in a traditional English style, with several interactive themed rooms, some based on familiar TV or storybook characters. The Alton Towers Splash Landings hotel was opened in 2003 and joins on to the Cariba Creek waterpark, with a decor style in-keeping with the theme of the waterpark. It also opens onto the Extraordinary Golf crazy golf course.
The Alton Towers theme park was purchased by the Tussauds Group in 1990 – the second largest leisure group in the world after Disney. Tussauds was later acquired by investment group Dubai International Capital in 2005, before then being bought by Merlin Entertainments in March 2007. Alton Towers continues to be part of Merlin Entertainments today as part of a 35-year lease to the firm from its current owner Nick Leslau.
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