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Center Parcs to reopen Subtropical Swimming Paradise from July 27 – but with strict new rules


CENTER Parcs has announced the new safety measures being introduced at their Subtropical Swimming Paradise pools which are to open on July 27.

The holiday parks have reopened from today after being closed for four months, with the swimming pools opening later in July.

Center Parcs swimming pools will open from July 27 but with restrictions

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Center Parcs swimming pools will open from July 27 but with restrictionsCredit: .

However, guests on a three or four night holiday will only be able to swim twice on their holiday in new restrictions.

According to the holiday park, families will have to book the two sessions, which will last two hours.

Seven night holidays will see families allowed four two-hour sessions.

Families will also have to have their swimwear on underneath to reduce contact in the changing rooms, and must arrive 15 minutes before the session.

Showers and dryers also won’t be operating but thankfully the rides and slides will still be operating, including the Wild Water Rapids.

Families will be restricted in regard to how many swimming sessions they can attend

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Families will be restricted in regard to how many swimming sessions they can attend

The Aqua Sana Spa will also open on July 27, with pre-booked treatments now available.

CEO Martin Dalby said: ‘We are absolutely thrilled to be able to reopen our Subtropical Swimming Paradise, we know that it is such a key part of the Center Parcs experience for our guests.

“Rest assured we’ve been working hard to make the Subtropical Swimming Paradise as safe as possible for everyone and we have a great plan in place, so getting the green light to reopen feels fantastic.”

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Center Parcs has also launched their “book with confidence” guarantee which allows guests to cancel their holiday up to six days before and still receive a full refund.

Guests can expect other changes across the villages too.

Services such as Early Arrivals, Breakfast Passes and Celebration nPacks will no longer be available, neither will requests for champagne flowers or children’s birthday packs.

Other holiday parks are also introducing new measures as they reopen this month.

Here is what you can expect from other holiday parks which have already opened, including Haven and Pontins.

Timed slots for check-in, one-way paths and ordering food via an app are just a few of the changes waiting for guests at Haven holiday parks this summer.

Inside the Centre Parcs Subtropical Swimming Paradise





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