There is no place in the World, other than Orlando, where one can get so many theme park. In the past twenty years, the resorts got into a race to outrun each other to build awesome pools. These pools have water slides and well defined and safe play areas and which serve as ideal retreat after a tiring day of long queues of theme park rides.
Here Are The Top 5 Hotel Pools in Orlan:
The Nickelodeon Suites Resort in Orlando
This huge hotel has a Water Park based on cartoon theme, which makes it as kids favorite. There are two pools namely Lagoon and Oasis. The four storey tower coupled with seven water slides is the main feature of Lagoon pool. The real fun part is dump tank which dump four hundred gallon water at random. Once a day, it also dumps SLIME on bravest of brave guests. The bar-cum-grill along the pool serves great food and there are daily live pool side shows. Oasis Pool has heated Olympic sized pool, water slides and snack bar. It offers multi -level water tower with kids’ play area and relaxing poolside cabanas. Both kids as well as adults love the experience and have a whale of a time. It has got special water jets and splash zone for pre-schoolers in age and pre-schoolers at heart.
Disney’s World Resorts
Picking up a favorite pool out the staggering 57 pools at Disney World resorts is next to impossible. Polynesian Resort has fabulous pool that has volcano 40 feet high. The slide and waterfall is a perennial favorite. Disney’s Yacht Club Resort’s has a life-size replica of a shipwreck and the pool has a sandy bottom. Art of Animation Resort’s Finding Nemo pool has sound system underwater playing messages from Nemo. Kids love it to the core. The Caribbean Beach Resort covered in two hundred acres has six heated pools.
Marriott Orlando World Center
The resort’s pool has two great winding water slides 200 feet in length. It also has a water slide, which is 90 feet long. The slides are the tallest and fastest in USA. One can dry off at the activity center, which is based on the theme of Legoland.
Grand Bohemian Hotel
The roof top pool is on the smaller side, but city views and South Beach vibe makes the pool absolutely enticing. It offers a fantastic view at sunset in the backdrop of lights and sounds of the city.
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort
Orlando’s first mega pool that set up the benchmark for the subsequent new resorts. It has a huge eight hundred thousand gallon free flowing lagoon pool. It also has a thousand feet long white beach all along the Windsong lake. The newly constructed water slide tower pavilion, water jet splash zone and rock climbing stations for kids are an instant hit.
So, when you are visiting Orlando, keep a note that although Orlando is synonymous with Theme Parks, there are some great Hotel pools, which are a destination in itself.