Alton Towers is opening new Bing-themed rooms at its CBeebies Land Hotel as it prepares to open brand new theme park attractions inland in spring 2022
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Alton Tower‘CBeebies Land Hotel is having brand new themed rooms and the resort has just shared the first glimpse of what families can expect from an exciting night’s sleep.
New rooms welcome the beloved bunny Bing and all his friends, including other celebrities like Pando and Sula.
Judging from the new artist impressions the resort shares, they’re going to be a hit with families (they’re designed for parents with toddlers anyway). Brand new images show rooms that will be decorated with colorful green and red furniture and beds, with walls decorated to make you feel like you’re really in the countryside with Bing and colleagues on an adventure.
The new rooms aren’t the only places Bing fans want on their radar; Alton Towers is also launching a brand new live show, Bing and Flop on Big Fun Showtime, where families can meet and socialize with each other. CBeebies stars.
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Reservations for Bing-themed rooms will open from Friday (February 25) on Alton Towers website.
The first will be the Hey Duggee Clubhouse, a playground where kids can meet Hey Duggee for themselves and earn the Big Adventure Badge.
Meanwhile, there will be a new JoJo & Gran Gran At Home attraction with fun activities like ordering a Great Gran Gran from the living room, baking banana bread in the kitchen and exploring the colorful garden.
As for the third attraction? It is set to become a hit with dinosaur fans. Andy’s Adventures Dinosaur Dig will let families explore the prehistoric dig site with dinosaur bones and footprints, all part of a brand new interactive and live show.
They are not the only recent addition to the theme park.
Last year, Alton Towers ushered in the new Land of David Walliams’ World with highlights including the Royal Wheel and the Raj’s Bouncy Bottom attraction. (To celebrate, the resort also opened Gangsta Granny-themed rooms at the CBeebies Land hotel.)
However, the biggest attraction must be new trip of Gangsta Granny Inspired by the books of David Walliams, where families sit in a car and are transported into a multi-sensory experience as they join Ben and his Grandma in an attempt to steal the Crown Jewels .
Tickets to Alton Towers start from £34 when booked online. Learn more about altontowers.com.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/uk-ireland/alton-towers-gives-first-look-26317964 Alton Towers offers first look at CBeebies Land hotel's brand new Bing-themed rooms