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Planet Ice, Hemel Hempstead

(3.3/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • Cool place to spend a Friday evening, when Sub-Zero Party, or 2.5 hours drive on ice, to music by the DJ and the dykotekowego lighting. Track with real ice. Not a lot of people, so you can safely go without crush and tug. You can rent a locker for 3 h for an extra £ 1 and a bite to eat or a drink. The only minus is not very convenient, plastic ice skates, so I advise you to wear thick socks that will minimize bruising, or bring your own ice skates (also, the ticket price is lower).
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  • went with my 13 year old, we're been quite a few times over the years. As part of the overhaul of Jarman Park the ice rink has had some love too. It's all been repainted, which it needed. The faciliti...  more »
  • Really great value our 3yr old and 5ye old had a great time. £20 is great value for 1 adult and 2 kids. The only thing I'd do is update is the inside around the rink. It's tired and the cafe bit looks...  more »
  • having entered the arena, we were greeted by a long queue to a small paying office, where when we finally got to pay, were told there was a £1 charge on all cards, and after being ripped off entered the rink. we were given blunt, rusty, old, broken and knackered skates by unfriendly staff, and started skating on the tiny, neglected, lumpy, mountainous rink with pillars put in to get in the way. my skates were so blunt i could have cone sideways with as much ease as going forwards. staff said all skates were like the ones i had, with broken clips, rusty blades and ripped inner soles. however, once skating it was fun dodging out of the way or jumping over kids who were constantly falling over just in front of me. cant expect much else in the holidays. the staff were actually reasonably helpful, considering all else said, and i did manage to chat with one of them definitely not worth going in holidays, much more worth going in term time or not at all, just go to the one in Milton Keynes, which is a billion times better. happy 'skating'! ;)
  • Great place for iceskating. When we arrived the ice was so smooth. Love it
  • Have not gone recently. But used to have nice staff and very cheap. Hope to go again now it has been refurbished.
  • Good place to learn skating or just have some practice if you already know it
  • Ok if you have your own skate, the one for rent are not suitable and a health and safety hazard. Children are falling all the time in front of you and having a unsuitable skates is difficult to avoid them. I will no put my kids on it.