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If you're travelling from the UK you might not be aware that there are two separate companies sharing the same company name and logo - Centre Parcs. Originally a Dutch company, that part now runs the EU sites. Whereas the UK sites are run separately....More
After reading all the bad reviews on Trip Advisor about Centre Parcs Zandvoort I was expecting the worst, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Okay the accommodation is not as good as in the UK, but it has everything you need.
We went for the Comfy...More
We've stayed in Center Parcs in France before, so we know the Euro ones are more basic and not as amazing as the Uk ones, but Zandvoort really is very poor.
The accommodation is very basic and quite old. It's shabby. Really shabby.
We recently travelled to Zandvoort Center Parcs for a family celebration. I paid a fortune for a VIP villa so that the whole family could enjoy a luxury stay. Apart from free wifi and morning rolls delivered daily there was no other evidence of VIP...More
Like others we had low expectations of this park but we were pleasantly surprised and had a great stay. We booked a VIP cottage which was spotlessly clean and the fittings and furnishings were of high quality.
Although smaller than other parks we have stayed...More
When we went in April the XL Jump was only open at the weekend and on a Wednesday afternoon - the hours may of course be longer now they are in the Summer season. We booked our 10 year old daughter in for an hour and that... More
When we went in April the XL Jump was only open at the weekend and on a Wednesday afternoon - the hours may of course be longer now they are in the Summer season. We booked our 10 year old daughter in for an hour and that was long enough. I can't remember exactly how much it was but I thought it was pretty reasonable at the time.