Alton Towers unveils Enchanted Village for corporate hire

Alton Towers Resort has expanded its delegate accommodation offering, with 125 rooms now available for overnight stays in its Enchanted Village.

A luxury treehouse in the Enchanted Village
A luxury treehouse in the Enchanted Village

The resort has added 120 woodland lodges and five luxury treehouses to its portfolio of corporate accommodation, along with the added option to exclusively hire the entire village, which can accommodate up to 520 delegates. 

The Enchanted Village can now be used for conferences, events, incentives and teambuilding, and can be hired exclusively when booking more than 100 single occupancy woodland lodges. 

The woodland lodges provide accommodation for four people each, and come with outdoor decking areas, free car parking and easy access to the Theme Park and conference centre. The luxury treehouses sleep groups of eight and have self-catering facilities, a lounge area with 50" plasma TV and games console, and an outdoor decking area with a private hot tub.

The Enchanted Village accommodation can be used alongside team building and break out activities such as a high ropes course, Extraordinary Golf, the Spa, the theme park, and new attractions the Rollercoaster Restaurant and Galactica, the world’s first virtual reality rollercoaster.

Ellie Jones, business development manager at Alton Towers Resort, said: "We’re thrilled to now be offering the Enchanted Village accommodation for corporates holding events with us, and now as well as our two resort hotels, we can provide a new level of comfort and luxury and accommodate a greater number of delegates."

More:

Alton Towers to launch virtual reality experience for corporate groups

Alton Towers to open Rollercoaster Restaurant for corporate dining

Alton Towers launches 'Big Kids at Work' corporate package

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