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alpincenter Bottrop, Bottrop

(2.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Used to be an action to be here all day skiing in cluding food and drink for Euro 21.50. Very cheap and because it is such a long slope, it had to be fun. However, effective the slopes not long. The upper part is an absolute beginners piece that actually not allowed to count. At the bottom of the slope, there is a long piece up. You can't make enough speed at the top to come out. So you need the last piece on your skis up and that is not fine. Then you come to the extremely busy elevator, where we had to wait for at least 15 minutes every time we turn. And then the elevator there 6 minutes to bring you through a very unimposing tunnel. The elevator is often silent because there someone falls. Then you put so even longer. You come so in an hour about 3 to 4 times to a descent and that is really far too little. It might be outside school holidays it will be quieter, but other disadvantages still. Do you live in the neighborhood, then it might be the trouble. You have an end for driving, go to ' Snowworld ' or Snowplanet. But then what pay more. The buffet was simple, but for the price paid very acceptable.
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  • Really nice day with our family with three teenagers. All-inclusive tickets purchased "sleep-out" so from 13.00. EUR 37 pp for day including food, drinks and equipment rental. Any additional costs helmet rental and 2 euros for safe. Please note, you get a euro back from the safe if you what Pancholi. Eating fine but simple. Been in spring break. Very busy, so 15 minutes waiting for the elevator. Old Bailey but fine price-quality ratio.
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  • A perfect location in terms of hitting and to learn to ski or snowboard. Make sure you have entered the address in your navigation, because the signs with AlpinCenter only at the last 2 blocks. It is a large ' factory ', everything is settled, you can asked you long in the rows. But for all it is well arranged. Materials, possibly clothing and, of course, food and drinks. All included. For an indoor Court; long and wide, but at the end too steep a rise, so walking or stinging. Very annoying. Also the treadmill back up takes about 8 to 10 minutes. You can practice all day and work on your attitude. Have fun!
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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.