Adrenaline junkies will love their stay in the Thorpe Shark Hotel just as much as they’ve relished every second of whizzing through the air on the famous rollercoasters, plummeting to the ground or spinning round and round at the park. The fun doesn’t stop once they set foot in the foyer but takes on a new, nail-biting dimension. Your children will be hopping with excitement in anticipation of entering these shark-infested waters.
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Conveniently located slap bang next to the action, you’re only a skip away from the comforts of your hotel once you decide to leave the park. Step through the doors and enter a watery zone of themed comfort with shark-bitten surfboards and fishy features to look out for. There are plenty of exclusive benefits to gain from staying there, including unlimited Fastrack until 11am and free parking – a godsend when the crowds are at their worst.
The rooms are quirky and compact but comfortable and everyone should sleep like a dream after a day of excitement. What the rooms may lack for in space they make up for in design, creating an underwater fantasyland, which all the kids will love. There’s also evocative mood-lighting to up the atmosphere and free WiFi so your kids can stay connected and boast to their friends about the day’s antics. Once they’ve finished that there’s a telly to keep them happy complete with a free game. While the rooms might resemble what life is like in a submarine, the public areas are decked out in wood so that everywhere you get the feeling you’re on an eco-friendly Robinson Crusoe island which will put you all in the holiday mood.
Hungry mouths are catered for with a free breakfast the next morning in the Fin’s Bar & Grill. Here you’ll find a breakfast buffet that the kids can help themselves to fire themselves up for the day’s fun and later, when they come back exhausted, lunches and dinners are anything from pizzas, burgers and salads. Everything in this LEGOtastic place is geared up for the kids to enjoy themselves, including the informal and accessible menus.