By Michael Mander

Thorpe Park have confirmed the new Waterfront Hotel will open at Thorpe Park in 2014.

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The hotel will replace the current ‘Crash Pad’, and Thorpe Park promises “simple but stylish accommodation”.

Planning permission documents reveal the Waterfront Hotel will be similar in style to The Crash Pad, with a non-material amendment.

However, the planning document states the colours will be changed in order to “create a waterfront appearance … more in keeping with the surroundings”.

The new colour of The Waterfront Hotel will be Wedgewood Blue.

All rooms will sleep up to 4 people, with a double bed and a bunk bed.

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Michael Mander

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