MyTravel Explorers Hotel

Feedback on the MyTravel hotel is rather mixed. Rooms are delightful, if intimate (travel industry talk for small) food is average and signs are confusing. That said, it's a 2* with no pretensions modelled - or so it would seem - on the Alton Towers themed hotel.


Bedrooms are known as ‘Crew Quarters’ and consist of a double bed and two single beds plus T.V. with satellite channels, a bathroom and separate toilet. A feature, unique to MyTravel’s Explorers Hotel, is the adjoining bunk cabin room with doors interconnecting to the main room. This bunk cabin room, which effectively gives you two separate sleeping areas, allows up to 6 people to share a room which can mean significant savings compared to taking two separate rooms. It can also be reserved from less than £25 per room per night to give extra space and privacy for families of up to 4 persons. The bunk cabin room features bunk beds for up to 2 persons plus a second interactive T.V. and is ideal to give your kids that extra bit of privacy!


June 2004

There were no tea or coffee making facilities in our room, but you can pay extra for these. There was however, a hair dryer, safety deposit box, and a small amount of toiletries in the bathroom, shower cream and hair shampoo. They also provided towels in the pool area free of charge. There was not a lot of space in the main room, but you don't spend much time in them. But in the Bunk room I was able to fit in two travel cots that they provided free of charge.

Excellent additional information here

The MyTravel website












Facilities: 400 rooms