CENTER Parcs has announced changes to some of their new Covid restrictions – and it’s great news for families.
While many of the rules have been lifted at the holiday parks, guests must still prebook swimming pool slots to be able to visit.
Previously, swimmers heading to the Subtropical Swimming Paradise were only allowed two sessions for shorter breaks, or four sessions for a week-long break.
Now, while families still have to book in, they can prebook more slots per stay.
With each slot lasting two hours, families with holidays planned can now book a swimming session for every day that they visit.
- 3 night weekend break: 3 swim sessions
- 4 night midweek break: 4 swim sessions
- 7 night break: 7 swim sessions
Center Parcs said they made the changes after guests previously complained about the limited sessions available.
A spokesperson explained: “We’ve been carefully learning and observing and are now comfortable at this stage to offer increased swim sessions to all guests on upcoming breaks visiting one of our UK villages, whilst continuing to control the total numbers in the STSP at any one time.”
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Most Covid restrictions have been lifted, although face coverings are still required when indoors.
They have also removed items from lodges such as toiletries and brochures, while housekeeping has also been suspended.
Their Book with Confidence guarantee lets families cancel or move their holidays up until April 2022 with no charge, and full refunds.
Center Parcs recently announced plans to open a sixth holiday village at a site near Crawley, West Sussex.
They have even opened bookings as far ahead as 2023 – so families can take advantage of cheaper deals in advance.