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alpincenter Bottrop, Bottrop

(2.5/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • At the beginning of the season and at the end we're going for years in the Alpine Centre. Of course this has not the flair of the Alps, but always a great day at really competitive prices. Use the ski Hall with buffet and drinks (best in the week in the form of a voucher) is really worth the money. There are no additional costs. Therefore recommended especially for families because no extra money is required in the Hall. Selection of the buffet is always tidy, the staff is always friendly and helpful. Snow conditions are usually ok. The conveyor belt is annoying every now and again (depending on the number of visitors and can the driver) and the tunnel no real eye candy. To train or just a few pleasant hours in the snow to spend, is the Alpine Center from our point of view but a visit worth.
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  • Both beginners and more experienced skiers and snowboarders a wide slopes, where in addition to skiing is also good food and can be drunk. For the cash register a proper row where we 1.5 hours in. Be warned: buy a ticket online to avoid long wait! After checkout goes a lot faster. First you get the shoes and then skis and sticks. You come by a corridor at the track where you have to walk up first and then from the beginning point. For the beginners there halfway through the track a stopover. The food is buffet style and is of good quality and is also good. Drinks unlimited, (cut ticket) alcoholic max. 3. Fun! After skiing, you can return the shoes etc., where you have to think to the ticket stamped so you can get the deposit back at checkout. You get these tickets at the box office and serve for the rent of the skis and boots. We have enjoyed and will as we near are definitely coming back.
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  • As largely beginners we have used the package offered by hotel Gladbeck van der Valk. We there still at the Alpincenter at a two-hour group lesson. From the package you have the entrance, materials (excluding clothing) and drinks and food included. On arrival at around 12:30 pm, there was a huge line for the entrance, luckily there was a separate line for online-bookings and we were in 20 mins. It takes a long time before you have all together and dressed, on time is really needed. The lesson was intensive but fun. The piste is for advanced no challenge, if the pressure is (and that is usually) you can long stand in line. Must is to come after 18:00, hustle and bustle is limited and there is a custom rate. The package is fine, food (buffet) is simple but sufficient choice and unexpectedly delicious. Indeed, unlimited drinks (alcoholic max. 3). All in all a great day with the family, and that's what it's about. Now muscle pain!
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  • First of all it was a boring piste. The lift wasn't working good and it stand more still than not. My boyfriend wanted to buy sigarettes in the machine with 10 euro's. The security did it for Him. the machine didn't work and his money was gone. The security and the people Who worked there didn't care. They were laughing with it. It was our last 10 euro's. They couldn't even speak english, nobody! So bad communication. Not friendly. We did 4 hours to take there and it wasnt worth it! We'll never go back there.
  • Best thing in hole wide ruhrgebiet. Even in summertime
  • This place has become a summer tradition for me. Every year in summer we come to visit the German artificial snow. In winter i'd rather go to a real snowy slope in France. And that's exactly the point which I will be making. Don't compare this with real slopes outside during wintertime. Just enjoy the fact of gliding on snow during summer. Yes there are better bars and restaurants, yes there are better slopes and yes there will be prettier facilities. None the less Alpincentre has it all combined for a reasonable all-in price ( used to be cheaper ). A few years ago the opening hours were shortened which disappointed me however understandable during summer. But in the beginning years there was no all-in package, you had to pay for drinks and food. So stop bitching and enjoy your ride....or just wait until winter. As for me...I will be there tomorrow. Just behave and be polite, it's the guests who in my opinion are the negative thing to mention about Alpincentre. Damn pikeys from Brabant and such.
  • The alpine coaster is good, but very short.
  • With 640 meters, this is the longest indoor ski hall in the world. It's fun for people with and without experience. The material you can rent is really decent. Tip: always look out for special offers for day tickets.