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alpincenter Bottrop, Bottrop
(2.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Situation: Sunday booked all inclusive ticket for €50 / full day including lunch and soft drinks criteria: staff - friendly and tries, not always technically food - buffet, large selection, fresh and absolutely in order price - unbeatable for the services trained ambience - nice ski slope - funny, on okay for advanced equipment - brand new for the most part, very good overall impression: note 2
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  • I come from northern Germany and have two halls, which I can reach each within 40 minutes - however the ski Hall in Bottrop is may be Germany's largest ski Hall Yes and so I couldn't of course not take it from me, to visit them when visiting acquaintances. What can I say: because I had no desire to carry my entire equipment I borrowed me a Board and it was bad as a right State rather in one. The staff was not able to set the desired stance to me, I had to do this behind myself otherwise I would have twisted the knee. The Board was not properly waxed and a strap of my binding did not properly determine after the second run, so I had to change the binding. The hall itself seems somewhat dark, the slope is pretty long and offers a curve, it was unfortunately also already. It takes forever until it is moved up again via the tow strap - I personally feel the graffiti on the walls as a great idea, but unfortunately was also here halfway stopped and's befindetn are only sketches and then bare concrete. Here you could get involved just a few talented sprayer and complete the work, then the visitor has to see at least something :) The food tasted, however, really good, canteen food stop but for the price totally okay. All in all I was from the Alpin Center Bottrop somewhat disappointed, it's dark, half-finished and the material is not really good... for those who want to learn the snowboarding or skiing or tune in to the winter yet determined is a welcome change and you will already have his fun.
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  • Well suited for beginner or to refresh, otherwise rather boring. Otherwise: totally worn out, quite dirty, staff not very friendly, rental equipment under any criticism. Price and performance simply doesn't fit. Eat an imposition, worse than any fries shack. Is a pity in particular that one has the feeling to be in a completely kitchenette facility.
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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.