Alton Towers opens luxury tree houses for corporate party hire

Alton Towers Resort has opened its new Enchanted Village tree houses for corporate hire during the festive season.

Alton Towers Resort has opened its new Enchanted Village tree houses for corporate hire
Alton Towers Resort has opened its new Enchanted Village tree houses for corporate hire

The five luxury tree houses will now be available to companies hosing their Christmas parties at the resort. They can be hired in conjunction with Alton Towers Resort’s three Christmas party nights that are available for the 2015 festive season.

The Enchanted Village features five tree houses, each of which can sleep a group of up to eight people in four separate bedrooms. Each treehouse has its own unique style with luxury furnishings, self-catering facilities, a lounge area with a 50" plasma TV and games console and an outdoor decking area with private hot tub that overlooks the woodland.

Companies hosting their Christmas parties at the resort can choose from five packages including the ‘Secret Garden Christmas Party’, which involves a four-course Christmas meal and carol singers in the Secret Garden Restaurant, ‘A Caribbean Christmas’, where delegates enjoy Christmas trimmings overlooking the waterpark followed by a disco, and ‘The Nutcracker Ball, which sees the Stateroom transformed into the Christmas scene of the famous ballet.

More:

Alton Towers relocates corporate groups after Smiler crash

Alton Towers plans hotel extension

Alton Towers to launch tree-top teambuilding package

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