Alton Towers Hotels

Alton Towers Resort has two on-site hotels – the Alton Towers Hotel and the Splash Landings Hotel. Each of these is family-friendly and ideal for large social groups. Visitors of either hotel can enjoy the bars, restaurants and other facilities of both hotels.

Alton Towers Hotel

alton-towers-hotel-foyerThe Alton Towers Hotel is built around the quirky eccentrics of the fictional character Sir Algenon of Alton, a famous explorer who has ‘crash-landed’ his flying ship right in the middle of the foyer. The majority of the hotel rooms are decorated in a traditional English style; however there are a number of fantastical ‘themed’ rooms to suit a variety of ages, each with a VIP parking space, complimentary goodies and interactive features.

When you stay at the Alton Towers Hotel you can enjoy the following:
•    The relaxing Alton Towers Spa,
•    The Secret Garden restaurant, which offers a varied brasserie style menu
•    Evening entertainment for all ages.

Themed/Interactive Rooms

  • Charlie and Lola
  • Postman Pat
  • Mile the Knight
  • Tree Fu Tomsonic-room-alton-towers
  • Moon Voyage
  • The Smiler Bedroom
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Sleepover Room
  • Peter Rabbit
  • Benjamin Bunny
  • Celebration Room
  • Chocolate Room
  • Arabian Nights
  • Splish Splash
  • Dreamy Den
  • Hidden Hideaway


Splash Landings Hotel

The Splash Landings hotel is connected to the Cariba Creek waterpark and continues its tropical theme of the Caribbean. Visitors will be able to get the feeling of a true Caribbean getaway before they have even stepped outside.

Splash Landings also has a variety of themed rooms for all curiosities, as well as a number of ‘beachcomber’ rooms.

Themed/Interactive Rooms

•    Ice Age-themed rooms
•    Pirate-themed rooms

Both of these room types include complimentary drinks, kids’ activity packs and a games console with a range of games.

To arrange your weekend getaway in one of these Alton Towers hotels, simply call the Alton Towers contact number to check price packages and availability.