THORPE Park has announced brand new themed rooms for the ultimate adventure seeker stay.
The themed cabins are based on the park’s famous roller coasters The Swarm, Nemesis Inferno and Stealth and will be officially launched this month.
The rooms will feature never-before-seen ride concept drawings and many hidden facts about your chosen ride.
If you’re not sure which theme to choose, The Swarm is the UK’s only wing coaster – it’ll take you to speeds of almost 100km/h and you’ll feel the power of 4.5G.
While Stealth is the UK’s fastest roller coaster, it accelerates from 0 to 80mph in under 2 seconds.
Finally, Nemesis Inferno is the only inverted roller coaster in the park. They twist and whiz at 80 km/h over more than 700 m of steel rails.
Thorpe Park cabins are all equipped with Nespresso coffee machines, free WiFi, tea making facilities, a TV and fancy lighting, and are located in the park just seconds from the heart of the action.
You can check in from 3pm on the first day, but your entry ticket is valid from 10am, so you can still make the most of your day at the park.
Regardless of which room you choose, you’ll receive two-day admission to the theme park with unlimited access to more than 30 rides and attractions.
On your second day, you’ll get a one-hour fast ride on all trips between 10am and 11am.
But that is not all; Plus, get unlimited Fast Track access to the ride that matches your room theme all day long.
For example, if you stay in a stealth-style room, your Unlimited Fast Track is for stealth only.
Rooms come with even more extra perks, including complimentary breakfast and access to an evening quiz with prizes up for grabs.
The evening quiz takes place two and a half hours after the end of the ride and does not have to be booked.
If you feel like shopping for goods or snacks during your stay, you will also receive a 10 percent discount on your purchases.
The new themed rooms can be booked from £79 pp on selected Sunday-Thursday dates in 2023.
This year the park is open until October 31, 2023.
Thorpe Park has also unveiled plans for a brand new roller coaster which will be the largest in the UK.
The new 236ft ride would be the tallest roller coaster in the UK and would surpass the current 213ft record, which the Big One has held at Blackpool Pleasure Beach since 1994.
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