A landmark hotel with its own adventure concierge service

The Hilton Garden Inn at Adventure Parc Snowdonia is the first time the Hilton Garden Inn brand – which also operates at a number of the UK’s leading sporting venues including Doncaster Racecourse and the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground – has been brought to Wales.

The 106-bedroom, four-storey hotel welcomes its first guests in spring 2021 and promises unparalleled views across Adventure Parc Snowdonia’s world-first inland surf lagoon and the Conwy Valley’s mountains-and-forests landscapes beyond.

It will be complemented by high quality hospitality facilities, including Wave Garden - an indoor and outdoor wellbeing spa, corporate conference and meeting facilities for up to 230 delegates. It also features a destination dining restaurant overlooking the surf lagoon.

The Hilton Garden Inn will also launch with a new expert Adventure Concierge service delivered by Adventure Parc Snowdonia, which will encourage guests to explore a variety of instructor-led activities in the natural playground of North Wales.

The concierge service will create bespoke itineraries which showcase the best of the region’s adventures, landscapes, food, heritage and culture.


We’re proud to have brought a one-of-a-kind adventure parc to North Wales, and our Hilton Garden Inn will only enhance our visitor experience."

Green foliage wall and silver reception desk with blue seating and bookcase with green plants behind.
A bar adorned with green plants surrounded by tables, chairs, and sofas.

Reception and restaurant

Transformational evolution

The Hilton Garden Inn is part of Adventure Parc Snowdonia’s transformational phase two evolution, which represents a total investment of £18 million. 

‘Phase two’ includes the new indoor adventure facility Adrenaline Indoors – one of the biggest purpose-built indoor adventure destinations in the UK – which launched on 1st August 2019.

The Hilton construction project has been underway since July 2019. To ensure minimal environmental impact throughout construction and operation, its design adheres to BREEAM ‘very good’ standards.

The BREEAM rating measures design impact and carbon emissions, design durability and resilience, adaption to climate change, and ecological value and biodiversity protection. Key measures being taken to reduce the environmental impact of the Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia include an innovative waste-water management system, FSC-approved timber and photovoltaic roof panels.

Hilton Garden Inn Adventure Parc Snowdonia
Constructing Hilton Garden Inn Adventure Parc Snowdonia

To ensure minimal environmental impact throughout construction and operation, its design adhered to BREEAM ‘very good’ standards.

High profile global visitors

Adventure Parc Snowdonia made headlines around the globe when it opened as a world-first inland surf facility in August 2015. It has since established itself as one of Europe’s most innovative adventure destinations.

Larry Page, co-founder of Google, and Nick Woodman, founder of Go Pro, were amongst the first surfers through its doors; Hollywood actors, Formula One racing drivers, Red Bull athletes and Olympic sports stars have all since been spotted on the 300-metre lagoon’s man-made waves.  

A person on a viewing platform watching surfers riding the waves.
Surfers at Adventure Parc Snowdonia

Surfers at Adventure Parc Snowdonia

Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia in numbers

•    250 – floor-to-ceiling windows
•    230 – delegate capacity at adjoining conference facility
•    106 – bedrooms with long reaching views over surf lagoon and Conwy Valley landscapes
•    90 – new full-time hospitality jobs
•    £18 million – total investment 
•    10 – secure mountain bike lock ups
•    8 – electric car charging points
•    5 – motorbike lock ups
•    1 – gym / fitness suite

A bedroom at a hotel with views of a surf lagoon out the windows.

Function room and bedroom with views of the lagoon

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