May 20, 2015 moister

Europa-Park Hotels: The ultimate short-haul getaway


If you’re looking to get away from the dull monotony of the daily grind, there is nothing better than a stay at Germany’s largest resort theme park – Europa-Park. From 4-star luxury, to outdoors camping, the park has it all…

Hotel Bell Rock

Proud and graceful, the red-and-white lighthouse, defining symbol of the new 4-star Superior Hotel Bell Rock, will safely guide travelers into the holiday harbour. Three integrated restaurants offer a wide range of culinary delights to both hotel guests and visitors who are looking just to get a taste of New England, from a high-quality buffet restaurant with integrated show cooking area and open grills, a fine-dining restaurant in the lighthouse with viewable kitchen area and an à-la-carte restaurant.

The particular theme of the new experience accommodation is revealed very clearly by the typical wooden buildings with their unmistakable roof lines. The New England style, with its light and bright rooms, maritime accessories, high-quality antiques and range of sumptuous handicrafts invites the visitors to sail away, back to the early days of America. Whilst junior hotel guests slumber happily in cozy wooden boats, 35 individually themed suites and six tower suites located in the lighthouse offer an unusual panorama. The 300 m² ship-like pool and the Europa-Park Fitness-Club with training equipment and different saunas leave no wish unfulfilled.


Hotel Colosseo

Lovers of Italy will soon find that the Hotel Colosseo captures a piece of their heart alongside the beautiful country to the south of the Alps The largest single hotel in south-western Germany, with its 1,450 beds, the Italian-style 4-star Superior Hotel Colosseo simply bubbles over with vivacious joie de vivre. The interior of the true-to-life building reveals four elaborately themed suites designed to spirit guests away to Italy. Imperial wall paintings, exquisite furniture and majestic baths are the outstanding features of the Suite Cesare e Cleopatra.

The Hotel Colosseo, with its 350 rooms, 22 of which are themed suites with superior fittings, provides as much space as you could possibly want for the Italian “Dolce Vita”. As the visitors’ eyes wander along the facades with their typical Italian design, they are momentarily arrested by the balcony of the stylish Bar Colosseo, right up in the fifth floor. Alongside the popular and fashionable bar, the Bar Commedia dell`Arte on the Piazza Roma, with its cafe and gelateria and large outside terrace, is the perfect place to hang out. The hotel also boasts restaurants and meeting rooms, for example the La Scala ballroom. After a day of informative company presentations, the Roman bath with its heated outdoor pools, sauna and steam bath is a great place to relax, with eight treatment rooms, all preserved in the style of the Ancient World.


Hotel Santa Isabel

In the style of a Portuguese monastery, this 4* superior hotel has an acclaimed wellness area and an azure outdoor swimming pool creating the ideal place to switch off. Whilst the bewitching scent of traditional monastic herbs wafts across the water, children race around and let off steam in the Pueblo del Agua water playground. Shady arcades give the sun-baked guests quiet moments to draw breath and dream their dreams. The azulejos – colorful mosaics tastefully arranged in the reception hall – tell ceremonial tales of long-forgotten ages. The Hotel Santa Isabel has 290 beds, two large conference rooms on the first floor and a quaint cellar room that can be hired by partygoers looking for that extraordinary atmosphere.


Castillo Alcazar

The fortress hotel Castillo Alcazar towers majestically over the surrounding 4-star hotels. In the extravagantly and uniquely decorated suites, roughly hewn stone meets delicate furniture and charming wall decorations. The inspiring contrast between the wild and romantic castle life and ultra-modern interiors is displayed in all its facets. The pomp of the age of Spanish knights sees guests sleeping in the opulence of ornate and splendid beds.

Romantics will find happiness in the ninth-floor Bar Buena Vista as the last rays of sunlight span the space between heaven and earth like delicate filigree pillars, only to merge with the enchanting illumination of the hotel pool, in which swimmers swim their evening lengths. But it isn’t just the picture-postcard view that makes the bar so popular with night owls. Cozy corner sofas, where Orient and Occident collide, are rarely empty of guests reclining in the midst of glittering brocade as they review the events of the day like feudal overlords.


Hotel El Andaluz

The 4-star Hotel El Andaluz, the first hotel in a German theme park, which dates back to 1995, boasts individually designed rooms, which prove that tradition and modernity are not necessarily mutually exclusive. A flowering garden of palms forms the centerpiece of the Spanish finca. The bewitching plenitude of scents around the heated hotel pool offers a true feast of delights for the senses. Tiled terracotta floors with original Spanish tile mosaics make for an authentic vacation experience. 192 family-friendly rooms and ten suites transport guests in the Spanish summer villa with its Mediterranean elegance away to the South. Hotel guests at El Andaluz are also in for a real treat this coming season! To celebrate the new blockbuster attraction “ARTHUR – In the Minimoys Kingdom”, Europa-Park’s most extravagant indoor attraction, three hotel rooms have been transformed into a nature adventure.


Camp Resort

Adventurers will experience a wild and romantic vacation around the campfire in the Camp Resort. Junior cowboys and Indians can try to outshine each other in genuine Indian teepees, covered wagons and log cabins. A recent addition has been Winnetou’s Honeymoon Suite, opened last year and redolent of the romanticism of the Western The log cabins, which offer rooms from 4 to 16 people, are perfect for school trips and groups. The adjacent caravan site offers a further 1,200 accommodation spaces for lovers of camping. Guests can happily splash around in the nearby bathing lake before grilling sausages round the camp fire. And if you don’t relish the thought of cooking your own quarry, you can bite into juicy Texas burgers, Western steaks and spare ribs in the 190-seat “Silver Lake Saloon”.



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