We've been visiting Centerparcs for many years (we're still Select Guests which is the loyalty scheme from many years ago) and always found the restaurant prices to be slightly inflated but overall acceptable for what is effectively a captive audience. HOWEVER the 2012 price increases are absolutely disgusting - around 25% increase across the board.
A Steak in the Hugos country club is now £19!
A chicken curry main course in the Rajinda Pradesh restaurant is £15 - and doesn't include Rice and Naan (which adds another £6)!
Centerparcs, you are playing a very foolish game - taking advantage of customers who have no alternative is not the way to keep repeat customers coming back. This will be our last visit I'm afraid.
We have been to the Cumbrian site three times and loved it every time.
It costs around £600 for a four day chalet and then you have food and activities on top.
Each time we have budgeted around £1000 for everything for a family of 4 and been more or less spot on each time.
Restaurants are above average and the small supermarket is well stocked, which in both cases is good if you consider they have a captive market.
The pool and slides are free and are fantastic.
We always take the kids bikes and hire the 2 adult ones.
Would be a 5/5 review but it is an expensive break.
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