This hotel’s trump card is the fact that all guests get free entry to Siam Park. It’s Europe’s biggest waterpark, with white-knuckle slides, a lazy river, and a wave pool that knocks out the biggest artificial breakers in the world. Back at the hotel, there are more pools, as well as a buffet restaurant for refuelling.
Activities like painting and wine tasting are on the cards, as well as sporty stuff like tennis and beach volleyball.
The buffet restaurant serves things like salads and grilled fish, and there are kid-friendly options, like nuggets and spaghetti.
Drinks are sorted at the poolside bar, plus there’s a snack place that serves up light bites and ice-cream.
There’s a small gym inside, plus you can book in-room massages*.
The entertainment set-up here is pretty low key, but there are shows and live music performances a few times a week.
Siam Park lines up a bumper slide selection, from the freefall that shoots you through a shark tank to the epic raft rides. There’s also a giant wave pool and a lazy river with jets and mini-rapids.
There are 2 pools at the hotel – the main one comes with a 6-seater whirlpool bath. Kids get 2 pools of their own, plus a couple of dedicated mini-slides and splash zones at Siam Park.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
Some of the slides at Siam Park are not suitable for small children and height and age restrictions apply: 3 attractions with minimum height 110cm, 5 attractions with minimum height 125cm, 1 attraction with minimum height 140cm and minimum age 14 years. Some rides and pools may close for essential maintenance throughout the season.