A TWO-IN-ONE RIDE
Can a traveling ride be themed like fixed park models? Gosetto is always looking to create something new, to keep visitors from all around the world, surprised and excited. One of our latest contributions is the “Horror Hotel’’
10 Ago , 2021 Marketing department
Gosetto is always trying to create something new, to keep visitors from all over the world, surprised and excited. One of our latest contributions is the “Horror Hotel’’
Horror Hotel is a winning mix of:
• A high capacity ride (like our more traditional Fun-House)
• The scare and suspense effect that usually only a Dark Ride can give
• Easy and fast assembling
• Compact design, everything on one semitrailer
For us it was important to show that even a traveling ride, such as the Horror Hotel, can be themed and built to a high standard finish, like rides for fixed amusement parks.
As well as its thrilling exterior, which catches the eye of all different types of visitors, it looks as if it’s been made of real two hundred year old stone. We’ve also made sure that the inside is even better than the fantastic exterior. Following a real storyboard from a Hotel of your worst nightmare.
Guests are first welcomed in a dark reception, they then pass through the other rooms like bedrooms, bathrooms and even a library. However it would not be a real Horror Hotel, if the visitors were not lead to a secret room or a prison. That passage will take place through a rotating barrel. This visual illusion will give our guests a next level experience
Moving figures, videos, decorated interior walls, outstanding acoustics inside the rooms and some special Fun House tricks in each room, make the Horror Hotel a special interactive journey. Every little detail has been based on the storyboard.
From all our ride building experience we also have our clients best interests at heart. Through a video surveillance system you can check what people are doing inside. Special attention has been paid to the protection of all animatronics and lights. For instance, our animatronics only play when people walk through, thus minimizing their wear and subsequent maintenance.
This two-in-one ride allows you to experience a complete story, while only having a small footprint.
The Horror Hotel is now operating in Colombia in a brand new park named Looping Park. This park is managed by the youngest professionals in South America: Lidia Fuentes Gasca Rosales and Alfonso Carlos Paciocco. Although they are very young they have great experience in entertaining people. They know exactly what their guests want, by choosing rides with a great eye for details that fit perfectly in their park.