Before the end of 2019, Rulantica – the new Europa-Park Water World – will be built outside the gates of the world’s best theme park. The sixth themed hotel, ‘Krønasår’, will form a crucial part of the resort extension. This hotel is a special kind of natural history museum and can accommodate up to 1,300 overnight guests. After an eventful day in the impressive Water World of Rulantica from spring 2019, the new themed hotel offers guests of all ages a stylish accommodation with Nordic flair. The restaurant ‘Bubba Svens’, designed in the style of an old boathouse, offers a wide range of options while the fine dining restaurant ‘Tre Krønen’ serves delicious food. The ‘Café Konditori’ and the ‘Bar Erikssøn’ complete the culinary offers in the seven storey hotel.
New themed hotel ‘Krønasår’ to open in spring 2019
An overnight stay in a mysterious place, one full of historical discoveries from a time whose stories have long since fallen into oblivion, will now become reality and can be experienced at Europa-Park from 2019. The new themed hotel ‘Krønasår’, which is modeled after a natural history museum, offers a very special stay for all the explorers and adventurers. At the entrance area, overnight guests will be welcomed by the mystical and imposing skeleton of Svalgur the sea serpent. It is part of the story of the theme world, developed by MackMedia and Mack Solutions, surrounding the legendary island ‘Rulantica’ and is a symbol of the standard high-quality design of Europa-Park. Additionally, visitors can look forward to more unique and historical artefacts from the ‘Adventure Club of Europe’.
1,300 beds provide space for imaginative dreams in a breathtaking environment. 276 themed rooms provide a comfortable home to guests young and old. In addition, there are 28 lovingly designed suites with a room size of up to 92 square meters. A bridge linking the hotel ‘Krønasår’ with the new Water World allows overnight guests direct, exclusive access to Rulantica.
Two restaurants offer a treat for every palate. In the fine dining restaurant ‘Tre Krønen’, with 220 seats inside and 140 outside, connoisseurs are guaranteed to get their money’s worth. As a special highlight, a ‘Chef’s Table’ for 20 people will (during mealtimes) allow for exclusive glimpses into the kitchen. The restaurant ‘Bubba Svens’ is the right place for a pleasant dinner together with loved ones. With 650 inside seats and 260 outside, it offers plenty of space and a family-customized menu and drink offering to ensure a wonderful end to the day. Later on, the journey can be continued in the ‘Bar Erikssøn’, styled entirely after Nordic explorers. The bar extends over two floors and offers a truly cozy atmosphere for over 140 guests. The spacious terraces of the two restaurants and the bar promise a breathtaking view over a huge fjord to the opposite harbor silhouette of Rulantica. There is also the ‘Café Konditori’ for a small break on the first floor.
First class infrastructure
With the construction of the sixth themed hotel ‘Krønasår’, Europa-Park extends its number of beds to 5,800, and also creates around 250 new jobs. On site, there are 725 parking spaces as well as ten more for electric vehicles and 25 e-bike charging stations. In addition, two multifunctional event venues complement the Confertainment offering at Europa-Park. Room bookings are open from summer 2018 onwards.
The Europa-Park owner family Mack together with Kai-Achim Klare (mayor of the Rust municipality, 2.f.l.), Frank Scherer (district administrator of the Ortenaukreis, 4.f.r.) as well as the Europa-Park pastors and carpenters in front of the sixth hotel 'Krønasår'
The Mack family with its special guests 'Glasperlenspiel' (1./3.f.l.) and IAAPA president Andreas Andersen during the foundation stone ceremony
The new themed hotel 'Krønasår'
304 rooms will await visitors from spring 2019 (© Michael Thoma)